Ands and Ends



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This Limerick is written for Limerick Challenge Week 52: The End. The Challenge is to write a limerick on ‘The End’.

end-limerick


As declared by Rashmi, this is going to be the last limerick challenge prompt. I would like to thank her and express my gratitude for hosting these challenges. I have thoroughly enjoyed writing all the limericks by far.

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Goalsssssshhh!


This Limerick is written for Limerick Challenge Week 50: Goal. The Challenge is to write a limerick on ‘Goal’. As said in the challenge: write a limerick about your goals, it may be a short term goal or a long term goal, write it in any way you like so long as it talks about your goals!

goal

Some are low, some are high,
Some are there, don’t know why,
Reality slaps,
Struggling laps,
It’s not easy, to learn to fly!


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Water? Whoops!



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This Limerick is written for Limerick Challenge Week 49: Satire. The challenge is to write a limerick that mocks, ridicules or pokes fun at something. It can be anything so long as the theme of the limerick is satire.

My limerick theme: Anything of too much is not good. Just like the flood bringing all the waters, challenging for the drinking water.

rain

Nature’s trek, friends and me,
Water, water, endless we see,
Heavy rains,
No complains,
And in pants we pee!


Gist: There is so much water around, so lot of water around, but still no place to pee!

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Satire Meaning: the use of humour, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.

The Story of a Story



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This Limerick is written for Limerick Challenge Week 47: Tell Me a Story. The challenge is to write a limerick to tell a story about anyone, about anything. I have opted to tell a story of a story.

book

Fiction, real, illustrations I send,
Plots, incidents, literature’s blend,
Listen or read,
Generations breed,
Some of me just never end.


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They Tie The Ends



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This poem is written for Limerick Challenge Week 42: HomonymsHomonym is a word that is spelt the same or sounds the same as another word but is different in meaning.

I have used two homonyms:

  • too, to and two
  • sole and soul

friends

too far from ends,
to the never ends,
each other’s sole,
single soul,
two best friends.


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A Tasty Marriage



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This poem is written for Limerick Challenge Week 41: Taste. The challenge is hosted by Rashmi and can be reached at: Mind and Life Matters.

boy-girl

He liked it spicy and hot,
She liked sweetness a lot,
Tasty differences,
Varied preferences,
Marriage, a blissful jackpot.


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Also tagging for the daily post prompt: Promises. Marriages carry many unsaid promises to agree and settle for all the similarities and differences! That’s how the journey of two gets tastier and delicious.