Poetry Prompt Sundays

This week, instead of guide words, we are posting a featured image which should provide inspiration for a limerick. A limerick is a type of humorous verse of five lines with an AABBA rhyme scheme. 

Post the poem to your personal blog.  Be sure to credit The Literati Mafia for the prompt. All prompt responses should be original and previously unpublished.

Happy writing!

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  1. Gelert says:

    at the market one cool august morning
    a flash mob of one without warning
    a young hoodie stares
    completely unaware
    of a carp set to pounce from the awning

    wearing pink one can shrewdly observe
    the garish bluster of taut nerves
    while off to the right
    the beige done in plain sight
    has the mustard of catherine deneuve

    the spontaneous whip of the mind
    left to dangle in dangers behind
    only one witness here
    has the sight to revere
    how the star, ship and skip are entwined.

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