Tortoise and Hare Dialogues  August 27, 2007 - September 10, 2007

Contest Completed

Congratulations

Odd Couple Excellence - First Prize - [writing deleted]
Diversity Award - Second Prize - [writing deleted]
Hare-brained Award - Third Prize - [writing deleted]
Slow and Steady - runner up - [writing deleted]

Details

I wrote the following limericks too late for a contest,
but they're so easy to write! I could have gone on forever!
Continue the dialogue between the Tortoise and the Hare
with another pair of limericks, or any other form you like.

You only have a week, then I'll put it to a vote.

Said the Hare to the Tortoise one day,
Slow and steady at Loves not the way;
More times and more speed,
Party heartys my creed!
Why Ive fathered nine broods just today!

The Tortoise thought hard and replied,
Your achievements cannot be denied;
But Id rather a son
Id not made on the run
And a wife I could keep satisfied.

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Created Aug 27, 2007