JOURNEY- Writing 201: Limerick Poetry


A village boy came to here for a joy

Journey to the moon on his way

Crowd of skyscrapers and robots

Nice humanity in the huts

Journey is a dilemma up and down hills lost a beautiful toy

Journey of humanity
Journey of humanity

Day 2 two – Writing 201 : Journey, Limerick, Alliteration (17/02/2015)

An example of sad  Limerick  form of English poem

The limerick at a glance:

  • Limericks are traditionally composed of five lines of verse.
  • The traditional rhyming scheme of a limerick is a a b b a — the first two lines rhyme, then the next two, and the final verse rhymes with the first couplet.




  1. It took my sleep deprived brain two tries to get it right but I loved the final result. As you said, the work is a sad limerick and the subtlety enhances the impact. This is a very good piece of work.

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    1. Thank you Ayush, for stopping by and comments that help to enhance my skills.

      That seem you are exploring the poetry. I think, poetry is the language of truth come from soul. While it is understood then no one can stop to speak all the way night and day, that is a kind of sleep deprived I am experiencing too. I went through your way of writing, that is amazing. Your journey to the poetry is safe Ayush.

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    1. Thank you so much for the visit and your comment Nico, I just tried to remember jeopardising humanity in the twenty first century from selfish business and profit every where. Your though is my strength.


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