The prompt for this week’s limerick is ‘Seasons’. Rather than write one limerick spanning four seasons, I wrote four limericks – one for each season. So, if you’ve ever wondered what I thought about the weather at any given time, here you go.
A Little Seasoning
I consider the weather depressing:
the cold and the dark are depressing,
the holidays aren’t merry
(they make me quite harried),
I find winter just too frustrating.
This weather is quite simply evil;
in fact, it should be illegal
to provoke allergies
like hives and the sneeze –
to me, spring might just prove fatal.
The weather’s oppressively hot;
the sun is the season’s mascot.
I’ll give baseball a miss,
and swimming’s for kids;
while others like summer, I do not.
I find the weather just right
for running and camping at night,
for foliage and hoodies,
for Halloween and for foodies –
really, autumn is right out of sight.
Written in response to the Weekly Limerick Challenge (wk 39)