W.O.W! a W.orld O.f W.ordwitters!

Words matter

What next? Ask me…I have a fantastic idea!

Fellow Wordwitters!

Nothing else is more exciting

than reading YOUR wordwits and

wordpoems!   Post here

As life speaks, words serve an important purpose to life.

Words serve to shape every conversation. Sometimes during a brief exchange with words, something unexpected happens.

A word may take on a new acronym; or a word with in a word captures the conversation with a piece of wisdom. All the possibilities await.

That’s the excitement of sharing our wordwits with eachother.

For now, please post as a comment

Wordwitter TIP #1

Wordwitting is Content Syncing.

Words speak.  Let them.

Wordwitter TIP #2

Listen to  the story in every word storm (A.K.A. emotion filled conversation).

Wordwitter TIP #3

Wordwitting begins as an impression, and ends as an expression.

Wordwitter TIP #4

Engage with words and they will engage you.

Words are graceful, but, until they speak to the imagination, not yet beautiful. ~ thewordwit’s twist on the words of Emerson ~


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19 Comments on “W.O.W! a W.orld O.f W.ordwitters!”

  1. Adriana Says:

    Eng”AGE” in thinking about a wordwit at any AGE!


  2. PW Says:

    hey wordwit, have you ever noticed that level is spelled the same forwards and backwards and the v is the middle is the balancer of e and l ? It’s a perfectly balanced word!


  3. Wayne Logue (@Wordtoons) Says:

    Howdy, here is a Wordwit-ish type idea I have been working on recently.

    A Wordtoon ( turning words into cartoons of what they say ) for science vocabulary words ‘intercompeition’ vs ‘intracompeition’ understandable and memorable..
    As the prefix is the difference is the prefixes they became the Wordtoons…

    Inter- turns into a boy handing a girl a flower. Note the er for ‘h.er’ which shows that intercompetition is between opposites.

    intra- turns into two race cars .Note that the ‘ra’ points to ‘ra.ce’ which shows two of the same competing towards an end.


    • thewordwit (@thewordwit) Says:

      I like where your mind is going – you are definately wordwitting in your wordtoon-like style; taking part of a word to create a new word that teaches the vocabulary. Very neat!


  4. Adrienne Says:

    it was great talking to you yesterday, Michelle – here’s the link I was mentioning (though I couldn’t link to the article online, this is an interview that (I hope) covers much of the same territory): http://www.newyorker.com/online/2011/10/03/111003on_audio_colapinto


    • thewordwit Says:

      Hooray, you found thewordwit! Thanks for the link….After speaking with you on Saturday, I went out and bought the magazine :). Great talking with you! I look forward to reading some of your poetry in the future. All the best, Michelle


  5. Anonymous Says:

    When R.A.I.N. falls
    it Refreshes All In Newness


  6. Anonymous Says:

    If you use your brain you get great gain


    • thewordwit.com Says:

      Good twist with rhyming words. In the word brain, I see the word “RAIN” and I think about the importance of allowing our intelligence to rain into others lives. More often than not, people hide their intelligence only to make other people feel comfortable. Just think how the world would change if we would allow every human brain to rain out its’ intelligent life design.


  7. jeremylum88 Says:

    ART is the creative self of an artist splash over any medium for display so that others may see his inner self!


  8. Anonymous Says:

    If a MAN who grows in AGE becomes a MANAGER, then a MANAGER is a MAN who
    MANAGES his AGE!


  9. JoAnne Says:

    There is a DANGER with anger.
    Delivery Almost Never Gets Expected Results



  1. JoAnne - 2011/06

    There is a
    D.A.N.G.E.R. with Anger
    D.elivery A.lmost N.ever. G.ets E.xpected R.esults

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