I'm Writing a Limerick about William Faulkner

What rhymes with Yoknapatawpha?

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Another Limerick

So when Aeschylus guided his Pen

Or whatever they used way back Then,

All the choir was Aquiver

For the man could Deliver

Which who did which what which way When.

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A Saturday Limerick

There once was a poet named Will

Who once stumbled on some daffodils,

As he later recalled

With emotion enthralled,

Now his words are worth more than a mil.

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Limerick in the Green Room

There once was a poet named Homer

Whose name was a sort of misnomer,

For he wandered the land

With a full backup band

Billed as Homer the Attican Roamer.

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Latest Comments

Stephen Evans Flipping the Omelet
18 January 2018
This is the whole of my philosophy. Via con huevos.
Rosy Cole Flipping the Omelet
18 January 2018
And does this in-depth advice also apply to pancakes? Will it preclude adherence to the overhead lig...
Stephen Evans Going to the Dickens
14 January 2018
Thank you! That sounds just my style
Katherine Gregor Going to the Dickens
14 January 2018
I haven't yet been able to read a Dickens novel in ful (shame on me).May I recommend a wonderful New...
Katherine Gregor Four Wishes
14 January 2018
Amen to this.

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