The History Lesson [A Limerick]

This week’s limerick challenge is based on the prompt “over the years.” Since April I’ve been pondering this article from Chris Gehrz of the Pietist Schoolman.  And so, when the prompt was given, my mind went immediately to history; of course, this would probably happen anyway, given that I, too, teach history. Continue reading “The History Lesson [A Limerick]”

Minor, Reaching Majority

This week’s limerick was inspired by a photo prompt, meaning it was open-ended. This is both freeing and terrifying. Here’s what I came up with: Continue reading “Minor, Reaching Majority”

Simple Celebration

 

Taking time to celebrate simple things. Continue reading “Simple Celebration”

An Old-Fashioned Diet

It’s always a risk to make historical puns; the chances that someone will understand are maybe 50/50 on a good day. Oh well, time to throw caution to the wind. Continue reading “An Old-Fashioned Diet”

A Taste of Autumn

The prompt for this week is Taste, so where else would I go for inspiration but to my coveted apple pie? Continue reading “A Taste of Autumn”

My Fear, A Secret

The prompt for this week is ‘Fears’. Identify one thing that you fear, a phobia you hold and write a limerick based on that fear or about the ways that phobia secretly thrills you. Continue reading “My Fear, A Secret”

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