This weeks Magpie image had me stymied.
So, after much scratching of my head and pondering
I came up with this limerick- never having written one
before I hope it works and that you all enjoy it. Please check out Magpie Tales
link in the column to the right. Have fun!
Hah! I like it. Totally unexpected response, but right on.
How funny! I think it's amazing how many different ideas come from one prompt. And I've always loved limericks! Nice magpie.ReplyDelete
Made me laugh just like a limerick should.ReplyDelete
So cute. It is interesting all the different takes on one picture.ReplyDelete
I can almost hear the movie music from Jaws in the background too :)ReplyDelete
very good! so much told in so few words, nicely magged!ReplyDelete
perfect limerick without being baudy as the are wont to be :)ReplyDelete
Shark! Good job for your first limerick :)ReplyDelete
Haha!! Great Magpie!!ReplyDelete
I think limericks are hard to write ... yours is a fine one!ReplyDelete
One of my worst fears come to life in your limerick! Very well done!ReplyDelete
Witty! I loved every word... :)ReplyDelete
So she did have a body before she was gobbled up by Jaws! Poor little thing... the shark I mean, trying to digest a statue!ReplyDelete
Hilarious! 'Lost her head' indeed!ReplyDelete
Even threw in a little characterization. Enjoyable read.ReplyDelete
lol. uh oh, indeed...a playful response to the prompt. nicely done magpie!ReplyDelete
A little disturbing, but in a humourous sort of way! Nice Magpie!ReplyDelete
Very clever..I want more!!ReplyDelete
Funny! The moral of this story is to pay attention and cause a commotion when in the ocean!ReplyDelete
Short, sweet and to the point! This takes skill.ReplyDelete
I. Love. it!
How embarrassing! Nice limerick.ReplyDelete
I get a great buzz from limericks and yours was just dandy!ReplyDelete
great job! smilingReplyDelete
Kathew, somehow I missed your magpie 17, and as i just love limericks, glad I read down your posts. Will do your Kale bacon and garlic recipe, so simple and quick and if you really liked the cow story you should go back to my blog and look up 'Wollombi tales' but beware of Australian verncaular the oldies (most gone now) spoke English with some Aboriginal inflections but I am sure at your age (younger than me) you will understand them. Thanks for the comment too!ReplyDelete