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The Jester Rules

The Jester Rules


April Fools Fun –

A Limericked Roll on a Day’s Parole


The first of April, time for tools –

Let’s play some pranks and break some rules.

Inpunity may reign today

Tomorrow, we’ll have dues to pay.

For just one day, the jester rules.


Posted for a variety of prompts:

Meme Express (“pranks”)

Monday Poetry Train

Poetic Asides (“April P.A.D. Challenge”)


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8 comments:

  1. Hi Linda,
    Oh I can use some comic relief. Enjoyed this and thanks for the encouragement. I agree the concept is worth tinkering with.

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  2. You did a great job with the flow and rhyme scheme.

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  3. And why not on April Fool's Day? A fun poem.

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  4. Ah nice limerick like structure :D :D

    loved it!

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  5. Jester rules. Very nice and fun one here.

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  6. What a clever limerick! I wish I'm good enough to write humor in my poetry, but that's hard for me!

    I totally enjoyed this. Also, thank you for kindly stopping by to leave a comment on my poem! It's most sincerely appreciated! :)

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