Thursday, June 6, 2013

Poetry Jam - Vacation Postcards!




Salutando da Abruzzi! Buon Appetito!

We boarded the plane and held tight
The ocean went onward – all night
We landed and … ATE -
The food has been great!
Our asses now pack cellulite!

Molto amore e baci, Mamma e Daddio!


lim·er·ick

  [lim-er-ik] 
noun
a kind of humorous verse of five lines, in which the first, second, and fifth lines rhyme with each other, and the third and fourth lines, which are shorter, form a rhymed couplet.

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9 comments:

  1. Isn't that the truth???? (But, ha, you must have been in first class to get enough food to pack cellulite. Smiles.)

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  2. Brava brava!!! Great limerick - very fun!

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  3. Fun limerick! I like the great food part but not the extra cellulite. :-)

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  4. Excellent - For me its my belly just gets bigger, but my wife would agree with you. Really loved this.

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  5. Very funny! Italian food can certainly bring on the calories! I enjoyed this, and thanks for explaining the limerick form. Fun! :)

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  6. LOL I enjoyed this--and isn't that always the way--we bring home more cellulite than we left with!

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  7. At least something to always remember the trip by!

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  8. Funny. Vacations are for eating though, right? = )

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  9. hahaha happens to the best of us on vacation...we forget ourselves...which might not be a bad thing at all..smiles.

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