Day 4 Limericks & Enjambment – Writing 201 Poetry


He had eyes of blue
Which I somehow feel into
While I tried to resist
His cuteness did persist
And now I crave him
Like chocolate fondue

My lips were painted red
May I kiss you he said
I shyly pouted my lips
As his hands swirled my hips
And we left words unsaid

Falling into love
By Cupid’s shove
I grabbed on
To stop the fall
But I heard
My beloved’s call
It was like angels from above
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Life is best when lived passionately
Note:
I am participating in a two week poetry class online – not for credits, obviously. I’m doing it more for fun and enjoyment. They send a writing prompt the night before the posting date which is helpful because i can schedule my posts for the next day.

Today’s prompt Limericks & enjambment which is continuing a sentence without a pause on another line. I do that all the time in my poetry.

St. Patrick’s Day 2013 Dirty Limerick – Girl From Loughmacrory

St. Patrick’s Day 2013 Dirty Limerick

Girl From Loughmacrory
By: Linda A. Long
There once was a girl
From Loughmacrory
She was quiet and shy
But had a naughty story
As her cheeks blushed bright red
She fantasized about you in bed
She timidly passes by
While she wishes you would
touch her thigh
With a sinful grin on her face
She wants you to pull off her lace
Secretly hiding her lust
Holding in the nipples of her
Heaving full bust
Brush against her legs
As her back arches
And her body begs
Will you give in
To her errogenously
Or will you continue
To lust for her annonymously?
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