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A limerick

There once was a kitten named Rosie
Who thought that a rat was a posy

She snuffled and sniffed

And became rather miffed

When the posy bit Rosie on the nosey

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Limerick Challenge Week #3 - Magic

Glad to win the second place in the Limerick Challenge two times in a row. Thank you Rashmi.

This is my Limerick for the week #3 challenge : 50 more words

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Limerick Challenge Week #2 – Immortal

This Limerick is in response to Limerick Challenge hosted by Rashmi on Mind and Life Matters blog.

Week #2 Prompt – Immortal

Watching their dad on his deathbed, 24 more words

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Limerick Challenge Week #1 - Happy

This Limerick is in response to Limerick Challenge hosted by Rashmi on Mind and Life Matters blog.

Week #1 Prompt – Happy

The stars are shining ever so bright, 26 more words

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It's a Down-to-Earth Limerick about Gravity!

The levity of a poem about Gravity
Can only be increased by its brevity
So before it gets dull
Like a weekend in Hull
I’ll end it before it reaches such depravity.

Poetry

Perfectly Imperfect

Perfection implies a stable performance,

reliable and dependable

and depending on your personality this

instills boredom or trust.

Dependable, predictable,

moving towards routine

without the imagination to… 54 more words

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They love our culture but hate our colour. By Dylan Leeloo 

Welcome to the first ever poem of the Random Poem Tree. I hope that everyone enjoys it and please don’t forget to share your own poetry with us. 104 more words

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