I hope you’re all having a wonderful Christmas. Here’s to a great week! Your new limerick challenge is as follows:
Your challenge last week was to write a limerick using the word STAR in it somewhere. Here are your masterpieces:
Whilst talking to my chiropractor
I asked “Why can’t I be an actor?”
With fans near and far
I’d soon be a star.
Failing that, I can still drive a tractor.
Paul played a pretty mean guitar
And wanted to be a rock-n-roll star
He practiced all day
In the end it should pay
But it’s been a struggle so far.
A star graced the top of the page
Making me feel quite the sage
But it was work, not school
So I was a fool
My boss told me to act my age.
I put a star atop the tree
Glowing for all to see
it was the first tree I found
In the middle of town
Now the police are looking for me.
A Christmas star on high
Far up in a deep blue sky
It’s light shines below
With a wonderful glow
then suddenly, a baby’s first cry.
Once I dreamed of being a star
And then I flung myself afar
I got sidetracked
Then love attacked
Now I’m just who I are!
She wanted to be a big star
She wouldn’t have to go very far
She got mom’s permission
And entered the audition
Dressed in lights she stood on the bar.
Vince spattered dark canvas with white.
And, suddenly, he saw the light.
We know the result,
‘Tis art we exult.
Van Gogh’s Starry Starry Night.
Linking People 2003:
Star twinkles, not the planet, right?
Twinkling is due to refraction of light,
Through different density layers of air!
Each day is starred by powerful Sun, fair?
Sky is lit with silver moon and stars at night!