President Trump drives his enemies to indignation by his ability to …
Fandango does it again, the perfect prompt for my LIMERICK!
Observed annually on May 12, National Limerick Day celebrates the birthday of English artist, illustrator, author and poet Edward Lear (May 12, 1812 – Jan. 29, 1888). Lear is known mostly for his literary nonsense in poetry, prose, and limericks.
Anyway, rules to remember besides being silly are, it’s five lines long
The first two lines rhyme with each other and with the fifth line
The third and fourth lines also rhyme
Limericks are also supposed to have a certain rhythm.
There was once an election!
And LEFT had their selection,
Which wrought the hearsay.
The upshot — insurrection!
(A Limerick) It’s supposed to be nonsense, ANYWAY like the politics and media of today!
The word of the day is “PARTISAN.”
The world today and “some” are foolish but they don’t want anyone to know it, so they just go along with the foolish media. Reminds me so much of this FAIRY TALE.
There is NOTHING THERE!
A STORY TO SPIN/TWIST ANY WAY YOU WANT! A tale! TO CLICK ON …
This Easter pray for discernment, pray to love the truth. Don’t be FOOLISH!
FOWC, “Pantomime,“ perfect word to describe today’s politics and media, everyone speaking but no one is saying anything.
The Pantomime Party
The prompt word today from Fandango is “PALTRY.”
My thinking hat is worn out today, I could not create, however, wanting to help those who always have good ideas. Thinking about the news with their use of the same words over, and over. Words to describe what we hear constantly and their rhymes or near rhymes make an exciting blog in itself, such as.
Consider the word Paltry rhymes with COSTLY
News rhymes with RUSE
Media with OPHIDIA or OPHIDIAN
Collusion with CONCLUSION
Impeach with LEECH
Politics with TRICKS
Russian with NOTHING
Hope this helps jog your creative genius.