Its April of 2017 and Day 18 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.
Idiom: Rule of Thumb
Meaning: broadly accurate guide or principle, based on practice rather than theory
Between he and she,
Amid the fights,
Wrongs and the rights,
Amid the joys,
Hops and the cries,
In a successful marriage,
Rule of thumb is,
Fingers are uneven.
Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.
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.
He liked it spicy and hot,
She liked sweetness a lot,
Marriage, a blissful jackpot.
You can read the limericks written by others here, by clicking on the blue fellow :
You can check out about a limerick: limerick wiki page
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.
Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge #44 – Charge and Lovers
seated in the park,
lovers caught by family,
charged with the marriage.