I can stick with the rhyme pattern. Therefore, I wrote Pink House in the Hood to demonstrate how everyone has their own preferences.
I believe I can stick with the rhyme pattern. I wrote Hens in the House to honor the original henhouse ladies. You know who you are.
I believe I can stick with the rhyme pattern. I wrote Fickle Francine as a commentary on how looks aren’t everything. Personality counts for a lot.
Rooster and I climbed into our Chevy Spark and headed for Noblesville Antiques on the Square. It was a fun and unique adventure.
Therefore, I decided to write a Limerick dedicated to a skinny guy who found a way to use his thiness to his advantage. I hope you enjoy Slim Jim.
believe I can stick with the rhyme pattern. Therefore, I wrote Lady in the Booth to demonstrate to role of the essential worker in our society.
I believe I can stick with the rhyme pattern. Therefore, my first Limerick is dedicated to the memory of the Queen of Soul.
Adams Mill We made Adams Mill our last stop on our Saturday motorcycle ride. One of the motorcycles developed mechanical issues, so we played at being roadside mechanics before we headed home. Last stop on our Saturday Ride Rooster claims if you hang out at Adams Mill close to the covered bridge long enough, youContinue reading “Adams Mill”