Three Limericks For MindFul Poetry

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Should my madness fly creatively

Like a monkey swinging from the tree?

Or should I tame it like a mule?

Keep it in line like I did in school

My inner voice says “Fiddle dee dee!”

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A poet known as Nimble Mick

Tried hard to write a limerick

But every time he tried to rhyme

He fell miles short of the sublime

And so his nose began to pick


Poet Nimble Mick picked his nose so hard

That from public places he was strictly barred

He fell into a nose diving funk

‘Til he found free verse to be his treasure trunk

Then his picking stopped and his work scored high regard

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Nimble Mick

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