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"Poem, A Limerick," or "Limerick, A Poem": Some more meta poetry for April
Posted by marlowe kitt, Apr 14, 2010. 1634 views. ID = 3482

"Poem, A Limerick," or "Limerick, A Poem"

Posted by marlowe kitt, Apr 14, 2010. 1634 views. ID = 3482
This post was written in 6 minutes.
I hope you enjoy this new rhyme
I know that I had a great time
To get this one done
Was a whole lot of fun
And to post it - well, that was sublime!
This post has been awarded 17 stars by 4 readers.

There once was a Poem who tried
To transform into art bona fide,
But the stigma did stick;
Being born Limerick
Was a fate that could not be denied.
Muttered he, "Why's my birthright so wrong?
Why not Haiku, or Sonnet or Song?
If this type of cheap verse
Is my kismet, my curse,
Then at least I will be twice as long."

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Comments


Laura
Apr 15, 2010
This is great! And a limerick in the description as well... double (er, triple?) the fun!
   ~Posted by Laura, Apr 15, 2010



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