Limericks

clouds 4.27.17

There was a young girl in the clouds

whose dancing could draw in the crowds

but her head did get stuck

she wasn’t much on luck

for straight into a storm she plowed.

 

dVerse – At the pub today Frank is the host

where the limerick challenges most

come sit down for a while

sharing some wit and style

as for me, my brain is now toast.

 

 

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25 comments on “Limericks

  1. Waltermarks says:

    I like the analogy of a girl dancing in the clouds. I’ve seen some strange shapes in the clouds, not that one, but it makes a great limerick

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  2. frankhubeny says:

    Two limericks! With one’s head in the clouds I can see how one might not be able to see a storm coming. After writing a few of limericks it does sort of toast the brain.

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  3. Ah, your toasted brain entertained us quite well! Good job.

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  4. Nice jog, Lynn–loved the 2nd one especially.

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  5. jillys2016 says:

    Dancingly delightful and perfect picture!

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  6. Sabio Lantz says:

    Very cool — animating clouds, very nice

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Kathy Reed says:

    Nice work….I really like the first one a lot…..now you can rest your brain..unless you are entered in the month of a poem a day;)

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  8. Oh I like the first one… really having your head in the clouds you better beware of the storms.

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  9. Charley says:

    Not to be her apologist, the girl should have consulted a meteorologist! Lots of fun!

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  10. Nan Mykel says:

    Yes, I think dancing in cloud crowds can get you in trouble! I’ll have to look up today.

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  11. Singledust says:

    crazy week prevented me from even trying the prompts! loved this one so much! girl dancing in the clouds oh so lovely I am singing and dancing too!

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