With my being rather caught up in the inexorable progress of our impending lifestyle change, both writing and blogging have again suffered. Mind you, I did manage to add 22 000 words to the novel in two weeks, and another 1 000 yesterday. Today, zilch.
Anyway, for the amusement of visitors, here are a couple of limericks I recently put into Mad Kane’s blog from the first-line prompts:
A fellow was being obscene –
His humour was from the latrine;
But it came to an end
With him sent round the bend,
When flushed with success he had been.
A woman whose life was fast-paced
Let nothing at all go to waste,
Until, with a quickie,
She got in the sticky,
And to waist went some youth in her haste.
Finally, a recent rescue I picked up out of the pool:
© Colonialist February 2014 (WordPress)