Sunday, March 6, 2011

Stylish Limerick


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A gal who took pride in her style,
walked in her Dolche's a mere mile.
Then she gave up walking
for shopping and talking
'cuz blisters were sqinching her smile.

© Rachel Hoyt.  All rights reserved.

17 comments:

  1. Was she talkin' on twitter
    with a bald man?

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  2. I'm glad you like it ladies and gent! The girl in the rhyme is not me. I'm happier when less money is spent and things fit comfortably. :)

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  3. Fun limerick! And thanks for stopping by and joining in on my latest Limerick-Off. Hope to see you again. I post a new one each Sunday or Monday ... hint, hint. :)

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  4. lol you a clever person. Of this i am so certain. you limerick all about style. Makes me laugh and smile.

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  5. I'll take comfort over style any day!

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  6. I'm glad you all like it! It's a very fun idea hosted by Madeline aka Mad-Kane. We all started with the same first line and then wrote our own version. It's fun to see how many different Limericks can be formed from one opening line. I'm pretty sure I'll do it again. :)

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  7. There once was a blog full of rhymes.
    The blogging was blogged in verse at all times,
    and the blogger could boast,
    that her blog rhymed the most.
    Even "oranges", which are tougher than "limes."


    (The captcha word is "terpoett". Almost appropriate, no?)

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  8. @lynnaima - Thanks! Happy Monday to you too!

    @Bryan - that limerick is so cool I may have to find a way to immortalize it. :) Thanks!

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  9. YES! This is why I've converted to Tod's drivers... like walking on the wind!

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  10. Well, if it's going to be immortalized, then I guess I ought to fix it:

    There once was a blog full of rhymes,
    where the blogging was blogged in verse at all times,
    and the blogger could boast,
    that her blog rhymed the most;
    even "oranges", which is tougher than "limes."

    ("Is" I think is more correct for the last time, as I was referring to the word itself and not multiple pieces of fruit.)

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  11. Loving it! (in my flip-flops) :-)

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  12. @Kim - I wear Danskos most of the time. Might have to check out Tod's. :)

    @Bryan - Too cute that you fixed it. I do think that is better though. :) I'm just trying to figure out where to put it. :)

    @Pamela - flip flops are the best! Unfortunately, my feet can't handle them 24/7 anymore or the plantar fasciitis acts up. :(

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Rhyming or not, I would like a lot to hear the thoughts my words brought...