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Thursday, April 14, 2011

DAY 14 - NAPOWRIMO 2011

Posted to Writers Island


First, a Kenning from a suggestion by Dominic Berry of Animal Writes

THE CLOCK STRUCK FIVE

Town Hall
The clock struck five
When it was quarter to
That was just one of its faces
Of four


And a limerick for Mad Kane’s humour blog

GUILELESS & SWEET

A girl who seemed guileless and sweet
Wrote a note on a boat in the Fleet
‘Dear Captain…’ she penned
‘Our romance must end
First we meet, then you cheat… you’re dead meat…!’


And a bit of fun with words – It’s an Acrostic, reading down the page from the first letter of each line and reading back up the page from the last letter of each line. Also each line is an anagram of the title.

FOURTEENTH POST

For the soup tent
on the turf ; poets.

(U.S. font there…
>>>>>>>>>>>>>P.T.O)

Re the fount stop;
ton-up for test, eh?

Enter ‘FOOT’; push ‘T’
…er, ‘F.T.’ to shut/open…
No… put fresh tote,
‘the post fortune’,
hot fortune pest!

Post, Teeth ‘n’ four
others… sent to P.F.U.
Spent to fret U… ho!
Thus tenet proof…!