A limerick This limerick wanted to stay in bed; It had the duvet pulled over its head; So, I begged and cajoled And its sharp wit extolled- And... though *quite* grumpy, it agreed to be read!
A limerick He finished his opus after working all night. Thrilled, he very much wanted to share his delight. Ah, to draft his sweet love a note! Then, a lump rose up in his throat... Bursting with music, he could nor speak nor write. ‘What do you see’ Prompt #143 For Sadje’s weekly #WDYS prompt,… Continue reading Note, or: Composition
A nonsense limerick A particularly glun binnabur school boy had to durp prillowets as a pool boy. At work, he zezzed a vullowy woman who begged of him, 'Please, fritt my flumin!' Of course, HE claims he buppered her nalloy! d'Verse prompt: Narrative Nonsense At d'Verse, poets were prompted to write nonsense poems, while keeping the… Continue reading Oh me! or: Oh my!
Sevenling (Our daughter fell) Our daughter fell sick last week on Shabbat (Saturday). She had a fever; was coughing heavily; and had no appetite. Our goldfish has taken to resting at the surface of its aquarium; always in the same corner; sometimes tilted a bit sideways. The two spent a lot of time together. The… Continue reading Falling, or: Floating
An American sentence: Look, Friend. We both know these words aren't poetic in the slightest bit. What's an 'American Sentence'? Allen Ginsberg, inventor of the American Sentence, felt that the haiku didn’t work as well in English. Ginsberg decided to remove the line structure of the haiku, maintaining the requirement of 17 syllables total. He… Continue reading That’s how eye-roll, or: I roll
My 1st Virelai Ancien I know, I know! Rhyme is passé! A game that little children play... But I feel young! Old school, they say, but who is 'they'? Besides, I never quite could stay my playful tongue. So, I suppose you'll have your say - Read to the end, then: yay or nay -… Continue reading Selious, or: Sirry