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Discussion in 'Conversations' started by Eve von Paradis, Oct 17, 2009.
They fled to Rome.
A congenial home,
And I'm left with a brood of their spawn!!
Turned them loose in a pond by bamboo,
accidently stepped on one with my shoe!
Some even turned up in my loo!
okay, time to start a new limerick. 1st one was expanded to more than the 5 lines requirement, but was in keeping with the absurdity of a limerick! :)
Someone please open with the 1st line!!
Actually I was starting the first line of a new one, on the same general theme - I thought!
Yeah, just when we get going on an idea, it gets changed. Ride it out and see how it goes. I thought this one was getting kinda funny...
There was a young lady named Jan,
And of peppers she was a big fan . . .
She grew them so sweet,
a most delicious treat...
But alas, her boyfriend burnt them all in a pan!
oops, sorry Ann B, I didn't realize that you meant to start a new limerick with same theme..
oh well, let's keep going...
A fungus on a rotten log
A fungus is, but to a frog . . .
a threat to amphibian generations,
a disease ridden death devastation...
And so in solemn observation,
a stew of fungi and frog boils in my pot.
So here's another limerick opener:
A toad is not a frog
said a boy to a know-it-all snob