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Just Jeering

Just Jeering:

What’s the view from the head of the class?

First Chair, Beware –

Limericked Peek at Class Oblique

Perhaps the pretty teacher’s pet,

Too petulant, yet never threat –

She led the class,

Jumped to surpass,

But was the first we might forget.

A century ago, she might

Have pleased instructors with delight,

But now it seems,

The stuff of dreams

Are young smart alecks impolite.

Posted for a variety of prompts:

Easy Street Prompts (““teacher’s pet”)

Friday Flash-55 (55 words)

Friday Funnies (humor)

Meme Express (Friday Freedom)

Simply Snickers (“jeer,” “jump” and “just”)

Weekend Wordsmith (“century)

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1 comment:

  1. Hey Linda Lou...It's great to have you back!!

    Excellent 55...

    Love the word petulant...

    Thanks for remembering, better late than never. Enjoy the rest of the week-end....G



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