Monday, April 7, 2014

Question of the Week - 139

Can you write a limerick about the death of your character (this can even be of an imaginary has-not-happened-yet death)?
Writing a Limerick's absurd,
Line one and line five rhyme in word,
And just as you've reckoned
They rhyme with the second;
The fourth line must rhyme with the third.


  1. Theus burnt his candle too hot
    When offered a bad deal, he bought
    As his third tick he took,
    He wrote the history book
    Now he only shows up for plot.

  2. Guv Abby was asked to go quest
    By her goddess. Surely, She jest?
    Took a few years or more
    Just to score the other four
    Her scalp is yet another test.

    Bouquet was questing with Randy
    and Kazmar and BH (both dandy!)
    Til the 'bomb' was cracked open
    To Josua went lopin'
    Was kicked into Bedlam (that's handy).

  3. Forgemaster Garharz was asked how he will die.
    This is what was his reply:
    In a Castle filled with gold,
    at an age most consider old,
    with satisfied maidens on top as I lie.