Ester Chilton has been kind enough to reproduce several of my limericks in the below post.
I particularly enjoyed Keith Channing’s limerick on the subject of lies (which can be found below).
This week’s challenge is to write a story, limerick or poem on the subject of:
Last week’s challenge was to write about cake. You sent in some great pieces. Here are a few:
First up is the brilliant Keith Channing:
When my daughter came home with her beau
He asked, “Have you any gâteau?”
I said, “We ain’t posh
And we don’t have much dosh.
You could even say we knead the dough.”
Here are two from the talented Kevin:
There was a young man called Blake
Who was extremely fond of cake.
He went out on a date
With a girl named Kate,
Who went and ate all the cake!
There was a young lady named Leigh
Who invited me round for tea.
We ate lots of cake
But when I tried to partake
She kicked me out at three!
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