Me & My Limerick


A poem about the imperfect nature of someone or something. Here is my installment to this assignment.


What it is she

truly wrote

Will make you want to

gag and choke

It’s not in her

nature to pout or complain

She’ll just pick

herself back up and try once again

But, maybe it’s best we

end it on this note




Today’s form: limerick

The limerick at a glance: Limericks are traditionally composed of five lines of verse. The traditional rhyming scheme of a limerick is a a b b a — the first two lines rhyme, then the next two, and the final verse rhymes with the first couplet.

Today’s device: enjambment

Today’s poetic device is all about the arrangement of words on the page, and how that arrangement affects the pace of our reading: enjambment. It may sound like a mouthful. But what it describes is a really simple phenomenon: when a grammatical sentence stretches from one line of verse to the next


Remember to Live Free and Love On Purpose 💋🎉✌

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