There once was a literate frog, Who decided to start his own blog. Posts on how to baste flies, And make cockroach pies, Were hits with the folks in the bog.
Pizza was Ralph’s biggest vice. To abstain was his doctor’s advice. When temptation came, He could not refrain, And died while consuming a slice.
(Written after several days of trying to keep a Venus Fly Trap alive. Someone please explain how those things survive in the wild, without people to bring them their distilled water and soy lattes?!?! Freakin’ diva plant!) Why do plants that I want always die, While the ones that I don’t, multiply? No matter howContinue reading “Thursday Limerick: Plants”
Happy Thursday: They say Californians are nice.It’s true, but they do have one vice. When they start to drive, You must fight to survive.Before getting a rental, think twice. What should next week’s limerick be about? Let me know in the comments. Challenges welcome.
And now back to the Thursday Limerick. Seattle is home to a brew, That helps me start each day anew. Some have even said, It can raise up the dead!And I believe their stories are true.
Instead of doing a limerick this week, I decided to give you all a new short. I fed every story on my website into the Botnik predictive keyboard. The result is beautiful. I think I might just give up writing and let AIs do it from now on. Here you go: The people of HelevinaContinue reading “New Short Story (Written by a Robot)”
Here is your random limerick for the week. A hipster named Jose once said,He would only eat organic bread. When a famine came ’round, And none could be found, He was pesticide free and yet dead. You’re welcome!
I recently asked my FaceBook friends to provide me with random topics. I had to create a limerick for each topic provided. Below are the results: Topic One: Getting a Root Canal I know a fellow named Dwayne, whose tooth was in horrible pain, He neglected to brush, and it filled up with pus, soContinue reading “Thursday Limerick: Challenge”
He had a strict routine for irritating people. He would begin his day going into one stall in every restroom across the terminal and shredding an entire roll of toilet paper.