Wednesday limerick: amuse, excite, sincere

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

"You made this amuse-bouche with WOOD?!"
"Try it! It's really quite good!"
"I know you're sincere
about 'High-Fiber' here,
but it fails to excite as it should."

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Protip: if the menu says that the appetizers are made with all natural, organic, freshly ground sawdust? You're in the wrong restaurant.

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9 comments:

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    1. Smiling with your muse
      Nice work with the words
      Blessings

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  2. Now that's a good, rhythmic limerick.

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  3. Enjoyed this one - I like your work.

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  4. Fun limerick!
    I too used those words in a limericks. :)

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  5. well done as usual Tony.Very witty

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  6. Sweet! Well maybe that's not quite the right word to describe it, but this was a fun treat for the mind if not the stomach.

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