Do you remember having to write Limericks in school? They are five-line poems: Two long lines, two short lines, and then another long line. They have a rhyming pattern of a-a-b-b-a .
My favorite limericks have been written by Ray Driver.
There was an odd beaver from Corning
Who liked to cook pancakes each morning.
With a flip of his tail,
To the ceiling they'd sail,
Then they'd fall to the floor without warning!
There was a sick seal named Miss Rose
Who went to a doctor she knows.
He advised the young seal,
"Eat a well-balanced meal."
So she balanced a stew on her nose!
There was a slim penguin named Blair
Who munched on an ice-cream eclair.
When she finished that one
She ate twelve more for fun,
Till she looked like a black and white pear!
There was a huge rhino named Lorne
Who loved to eat snacks in the morn.
He had one clever quirk--
As he left home for work,
He had doughnuts stacked high on his horn!
Is there anyone creative enough to write a limerick about the A-Z Blogging Challenge?