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Tag: Irony

Gold – (Monday Limerick #9)

Tom is both determined and bold, His aim is to go for … just gold, He knows not to stop When reaching for top: Each step is rewarded ninefold! (Limerick) […]

Scorch – (Monday Limerick #59)

There once was a comic called Brian, Whose wit was as hot as an iron, His words could scorch Like a blowtorch;Withal … he was more lamb – than lion! […]

Smile – (Monday Limerick #59)

There is this sweet, little girl called Inga,She has a face upon which to linger,Her beautiful smileWill often beguile,And twist you around her pinky finger! (Limerick) Post inspired by Esther […]

Bliss – (Monday Limerick #58)

There is this young farmer called Chris, The news, he would always dismiss, One hot sunny day Sparks burn down his hay; Ignorance is not always bliss! (Limerick) Post inspired […]

Oh la la! – (Weekly Haiku Prompt #312)

So many actions, Are taken with good intent, – Without prior thought. (Haiku) Photo by P C from Pexels Post inspired by Ronovan and his Haiku Prompt Challenge #312 Intent & Thought

Irony (Discover Prompts #1 – JOKE)

Irony, used gently conveys amused mockery, jokes or banter.  It is the back bone of spoofs and has a notorious role in the British sense of humour.  Having done some […]