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Flyer Drill: A Limericked Shove on Rising Above

Flyer Drill
A Limericked Shove on Rising Above

A woman who loved a good thrill
Plunged into the fire until
A true breach of trust
Left “Done” in the dust.
A louder bird shrieked ever shrill.

His crowings ignited a blaze,
Desiring her feathers to faze.
Like phoenix of old,
She’d rise again, bold,
Perhaps even self to amaze.

Her smoldering wings fluttered frail,
And still on the skies she would sail.
Each tumbling bruise
Her longings would loose.
To travel above her travail.
c2011 by Linda Ann Nickerson

(Written in response to a prompt from Mad Kane.)

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Image/s:
Phoenix, by Barthelemy
15th Century Artwork
From: Biblioteque Municipale d’Amiens, France
Public Domain Artwork



1 comment:

  1. Thanks for joining in with your fun limerick! I'll be posting a new Limerick-Off tomorrow. Hope to see you there!

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