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Haikuesday, September 2nd, 2014 - Yakuza

A very respected Yakuza

Sat down to write a Haikuza

In five seven five

Mob words came alive

Then shortly were drown in Jacuzza


Limerick for 2nd September


There was a young fellow from Bude

Who liked to go surfing a la nude

One day on his board

He was by a mermaid adored… 8 more words



“Has Medusa a terrible stare?”
Yes, her glare means farewell if you dare
try to risk a fair fight,
for you’ll freeze at first sight! 21 more words



So, I’ve been writing the limerick, then finding an image to pair it with. I use Macromedia Fireworks as my main graphics program and combine the text with the image. 62 more words

Will Alan

Witnesses to History: A Bounty List of the 170th New York, Corcoran's Irish Legion

This is the first in a new series of posts on the site which seeks to tie surviving American Civil War objects to the stories of those people associated with them. 2,562 more words

Irish American Civil War

A limerick about trains

More specifically, about train drivers. I work on a heritage steam railway in Cumbria and have buckets of fun every day, mainly because it’s a beautiful place and the people are lovely. 97 more words

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