Wednesday poetry: fog, lenient, struggle

Each Wednesday, I compose a limerick based on the prompt from Three Word Wednesday. Today's words are: fog, lenient, struggle  (it's more fun if you read it aloud - try it!):


'mid the fog of my overbooked life
 this struggle for Art brings me strife;
t'would be more convenient
if my muse were lenient,
I march to my taskmaster's fife.
 
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Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.

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5 comments:

  1. Aw, no beat of your own drum? I mean, I guess the taskmaster could always be...

    your wife.

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    1. True, but not with respect to writing. ;-)

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  2. Our muses can certainly be hard task-masters!

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  3. I love limericks and wish I could write them. I just don't have the knack, but you clearly do *smile* As to my muse, I'd rather have him hanging over my shoulder than going on one of his periodic benders in the bottom of a whisky jar when he is incapable of aiding me!

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