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Why Poems Shouldn't Mate

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The product of cross-breeding limericks and haikus...

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Submitted: February 08, 2011

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February 8, 2011
 
Why Poems Shouldn’t Mate
 
This is a haiku
About the art of limericks.
Japanese-Irish?
 
There once was a poem so simple
Students smiled from dimple to dimple.
Haiku was its name,
Candor was its game.
Silly writer, this is a limerick.

A/N: This was surprisingly difficult. Today is the last day to I can work on the poetry contest (Wednesday I have to write a paper, Thursdays and Friday I’m updating LaLaLand and Weighing Apples, Saturday is too late). I wanted to have some fun with genres I haven’t tried yet, and this is what came of it. Not my best work… but it’s my shortest!


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