Limerick

Limerick

A Lesson by BuffyWillowDawnAngelGilesSpike
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the third poem.

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A Limerick usually shows a funny story, or hilarious joke. It should have an end, and it should make sense.
Limerick form:
Rhyming
A
A
B
B
A
Beat (Metre)
da DA da da DA da da DA
da DA da da DA da da DA
da DA da da DA
da DA da da DA
da DA da da DA da da DA

Try saying yours aloud and see if it fits this. Try mine, too:

There once was a cow named Moo,
Who was very sad and blue,
He woke up in a daze,
Was caught in a blaze,
And that was the end, boo hoo!

Don't use the same word to end a sentence twice: boo hoo instead of Moo.


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