A long time ago, when I was very young I adored the taste of bubble gum. But now that I’m older And a bit wiser I don’t consider it very yum. Word of the day is bubble gum: n. A type of gum that you chew and that can be blown into large bubbles
Word of the day is pique- n. A quarrel or feeling of enmity between two or more people, countries, etc. In the recent heat of the pique E.U. and U.K. are easy to critique. It’s all a bad game, Oh, such a shame So try not to freak.
Today it was one of my colleagues birthday so I wrote her a limerick. Keep in mind we work with children until 6th of November. We might lose the wheels on our bus Once caught in a mad full house But we’ll never surrender Thinking of 6th of November When we can surf and bounce.
A limerick for today: That woman was quite fubsy, Not to mention clumsy. Wasn’t her fault, That was the default But she didn’t have to be that fussy. fubsy– (British dialect) fat and squat
Lost teeth sequel This old wife of mine is so mean She does things that make me scream Like she did the other day When my teeth got in her way So she deserves something quite supreme. Early in the morning today, I went to the DIY Before she woke up so couldn’t question whyContinue reading “Sweet revenge”
limerick (lɪm(ə)rɪk) noun a humorous five-line poem with a rhyme scheme aabba. I lost my teeth the other day I think my wife put them away In the bin Saw her grin No worries, she’ll soon have to pay. In reply to Mind and Life Matters Limerick Challenge and found inspiration in TheContinue reading “Lost teeth”
I know why you went dipsy-doodle Moving constantly like a noodle Every day, In your own way, All eyes on the big caboodle.
“I’d rather fake my own fog, than fake a steamy love scene. Can I interest you in some mist? It’s homemade.” ― Jarod Kintz, This is the best book I’ve ever written, and it still sucks Those fast-moving thoughts are filling my brain With the enchanting thick mist of a purple rain. Nothing else inContinue reading “Purple mist”
This is the second time I tried my luck with limerick. I find it quite difficult, but I love challenges. So thanks to Mind And Life Matters and her Limerick Poetry Challenge I can practice this more. Here’s my approach on this week’s prompt : Immortal spirit They said their life was shit They couldn’t stand it anyContinue reading “A limerick challenge”