Make Visible: Focus on Form: Really Bad Limericks
I wrote these today. I’m not one to write limericks. I’m not real comfortable with the form. The last one is for a special friend of mine.
Here goes nothing!
Presenting Really Bad Limericks:
There was a girl from Savannah
Who had the most terrible manners
She never said please
And often would tease
Even those who tripped on peeled bananas.
There was a man from Seattle
Who got in the rottenest battles
If he sat next to you at a bar
Best to take yourself very far
From his brass knuckles, used often on cattle.
There was a woman from Ocean Shores
Who only saw open doors
She was so positive
That God was the causative
With only good things in store.
There was a lady from Orlando
Who was all about the Can-Do
Collages, poems and short stories
Productive, even with her health worries
Wish I had her ducks in a row.
“Savannah,” “Seattle,” “Ocean Shores,” and “Orlando” © Anne Westlund
“Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen.”~Robert Bresson, French Film Director