This week’s challenge is a fun one and it’s one I’ve set before – the beloved limerick!
Here’s a reminder of how to write one:Traditional limericks have five lines, where the first, second and fifth lines rhyme, with seven to ten syllables in each line. The third and fourth lines rhyme with each other and these lines have five to seven syllables in each line.
Thank you to all last week’s challenger takers who wrote stories and poems, with the closing line, Phew, that was a close one!
Geoff Le Pard sent in a brilliant sonnet: