There once was a dog, a Welsh Springer.
With rude comments he landed his zingers.
He wasn't a hit.
That's how he got bit.
His jokes were Welsh Springer humdingers.
OK, so there you have a limerick. The rhyming pattern for this five line poem is A,A, B, B, A. The limerick is meant to be a humorous verse form. Your challenge for today is to re-write the last line. What can you come up with? Or, write your own limerick about a pet animal. Have fun playing with poetry.
Keri is hosting the Friday Poetry Roundup on her blog here. Thanks for hosting us, Keri.