Wednesday #Poetry: Erratic, Luminous, Omen

Welcome to my regular Wednesday poetry corner, brought to you by Three Word Wednesday and One Shot Wednesday.

Today's words are Erratic, Luminous, Omen.

I don't mean to sound so dramatic,
But this omen is really erratic
The luminous chains
And moans of great pains
Make me fear what's up in the attic!

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20 comments:

  1. You're up early. Ah, the things that scare us up in the attic

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  2. I wanted to do a limerick too, but couldn't think of how to rhyme it. You succeeded wonderfully.

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  3. As long as it's not bats in the belfry! LOL

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  4. How fun! A great limeric putting together the three words. Great work.

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  5. Sheilagh Lee: the things in the attic yes those bumps are scary.Great limerick

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  6. Thanks for reading & commenting, everyone!

    Janet, you have a very good memory!

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  7. Great limerick! Having lived with a poltergeist, I know what it's like to be uneasy at home.

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  8. oh i would be so tempted to go take a look honestly....

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  9. I agree with Andy, nice limeric connecting the three words. Cheers.

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  10. Very cute! It's the kind of poem you can share with kids. Great limerick connecting the words.

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  11. I advise you not to go up there!

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  12. Very clever. Nice rhyming, too. Good job.

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  13. Enjoyed this very much.
    I fear the only thing in my attic is cobwebs...Yuck~!

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  14. An engaging and truthful. Funny are the things that frighten us. My 3WW: http://verseinanutshell.wordpress.com/2011/06/02/dare/

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  15. I like the way you rhymed this.

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  16. Nicely-done! Clever and greatly rhymed!

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  17. Haha very cute I do agree though attics are spooky!

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  18. Great now I have something else to think about while I am trying to fall asleep!

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