Thanks to Esther Chilton for hosting this week’s challenge, in which she asked contributors to write a limerick, poem or story on the subject of holidays. You can find a number of contributions below, including a limerick and a poem composed by me. Kevin
This week’s challenge is to write a story, limerick or poem on the subject of:
Last week’s challenge was to write about sunshine. You sent in some excellent pieces. Here are a few:
Keith Channing‘s limerick is hilarious – and so true!
Sometimes, when the weather is fine
We sit back with bread, cheese and wine
There is no way how
We could do that right now
COS WE AIN’T GOT NO BLOODY SUNSHINE!
Now an amusing one from Kevin:
With my friend Divine
In the sunshine,
All was good
Until being drunk
As a skunk
In the mud.
But I promised not to tell
So please keep that
Under your hat …
Please visit The Militant Negro‘s blog for something a little different:
And do take a look at Steve Walksky‘s blog for a warming read:
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