What do you see #85 – June 7th, 2021

This poem is a prompt post. The poem I have written for the prompt “WDYS” is a Limerick Poem.

 

Sajde  is the host of the WHAT DO YOU SEE prompt Challenge .

PHOTO of the WEEK

Image credit; Iqbal Nuril @ Pixabay

(For the visually challenged reader, the photo shows a small kitten looking inquisitivelyfrom under a table.)

There once was a small kitten Daisy,

who always act as a crazy

saw someone’s shadow comin’ from the front

heard the heavily grunt;

ran towards her mother Lazie.

 

There once was a small kitten Daisy,

who was hidden beside her mother Lazie.

Both were under a table,

Mother reciting fable,

to relax her baby “Daisy”.

Kitty  inspired me to write Limerick Poem. Read her poems and follow her.

LIMERICK : A limerick is a poem that consists of five lines in a single stanza with a rhyme scheme of AABBA. Most limericks are intended to be humorous, and many are considered bawdy, suggestive, or downright indecent. The subject of limericks is generally trivial or silly in nature.

Thank you, I hope y’all really enjoyed this limerick poem that I tried in my first attempt.

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