Yet Another National Grammar Day Limerick

Yesterday I celebrated National Grammar Day by writing this limerick. Well, on the theory that syntax mockery ain’t a sin, I’ve written another:

Yet Another Limerick Ode To National Grammar Day
By Madeleine Begun Kane

Sometimes grammar rules feel like a yoke,
Like a jailer you’re dying to poke.
Though they live for a reason,
To break them ain’t treason.
Cuz guidelines are meant to be broke.

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4 Responses to “Yet Another National Grammar Day Limerick”

  1. Nate Levin says:

    If I could swap my versifying skills for yours, I would do so in a heartbeat.

  2. Mad Kane says:

    Thanks very much Nate! You do a good job with your verse, as well.

  3. Karen Rhodes says:

    Long ago, my mother would faint,
    If I ever uttered an “ain’t.”
    Every error was felled
    As the rules she upheld,
    But today that position is quaint.

  4. madkane says:

    Thanks for the limerick, Karen. :)