There once was a gardener from Kent
who never could take a quick hint
he pulled out some wild flowers
then he used magical powers
to induce a sweet damsel to get hitched.
This week’s Trifextra prompt. Charles Dickens, in A Christmas Carol, wrote “There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humour.” We are giving you exactly 33 words to make us laugh out loud and spread some festive cheer.
(Oh well, gave it the old college try.)
Trifecta: Week 106
The man from Cush
There once was a man from near Cush
who fell lightly upon his great tush
he’d been out a drinkin
so no surprise he kept sinkin
then he hid out behind a great bush.
A man with a great meaty tush
is not what one would call a great catch
unless of course it implies
he has a large bank account hidden by.
A woman with a great meaty tush
was a beauty of another age
when florid forms were all the rage
as we’ve seen in paintings of yore.
Tushes are an interesting gauge
of how people spend all their days
if they sit and work without walking
then maybe they tend to be flat.
Ok…I’ve done some sillyness for this prompt! Have a great week.
This week’s word prompt is the third definition of tush: 3. buttocks (slang)
• Your response must be between 33 and 333 words.
• You must use the 3rd definition of the given word in your post.
• The word itself needs to be included in your response.
• You may not use a variation of the word; it needs to be exactly as stated above.
• Only one entry per writer.
• If your post doesn’t meet our requirements, please leave your link in the comments section, not in the linkz.
• Trifecta is open to everyone.
Child on a donkey
There once was a donkey from Dro
bored he had noplace to go
but when Christmas was near
they’d dress him in fancy gear
And he’d take children riding to an fro.
There is a young man in Kilderry
who’s in love with a beautiful fairy
his friends in the pub
say: “Aye that’s the rub!”
His love a is big laddy named Cary!
persimmons and frost
While walking to the sea near Dundee
I came upon a beautiful tree
it was full of yellow fruit
but of leaves not a moot
It was a persimmon you see!
Paint the World With Words each Mondy comes up with a Poetic Form of the Week to Challenge her readers. This week she chose the Limerick! I reblogged the post, because it is really very interesting and I think you might like to have a look at it, then she asked me if I’d like to try to write a Limerick…so I wrote three. Amreen has made her weekly Be Inspired Challenge #6…so go have a peek and maybe try your hand at limerick writing!
There was an old nerd from Lagos
who played d&d and with legos ™!
He met an old drow
Who threw six 5s in a row
And zapped him right out of his alter-ego!
From Charles! at Legends of Windemere
For: We Drink Because We Are Poets
Yesterday at We Drink Because We are Poets, we had an interesting limerick session…I had to go to work, so I thought I’d post this today.
A Lady from Kerry
There once was a lady from Kerry
Who loved going to Cash & Carry
She’d fill up her trolly,
Feeling oh so jolly,
Then abandon it feeling quite merry!