A Limerick Ode To Autumn

Rumor has it that fall will arrive on September 23rd. So I thought I’d celebrate with my Limerick Ode To Autumn:

Limerick Ode To Autumn
By Madeleine Begun Kane

Feels like autumn — the walking is easy
Cuz it’s cool and it’s dry and it’s breezy.
But what do I spy?
Flying pollen — oh my!
Any minute I’ll surely be sneezy.

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4 Responses to “A Limerick Ode To Autumn”

  1. Peter Metrinko says:

    Your musings autumnal
    Are simply phenumnal

  2. Denise Kusel says:

    Autumn gold is yet to unfold
    in the high peaks of the Rockies
    Next comes the frost
    Our tomatoes are lost
    And we ache for a hint of poppies

  3. amara says:

    thanks you helped me on my homework for this limerick poem.
    thanks Ms.kane

  4. amara says:

    but it didnt help me alot cause i needed to change some of the words cause i was looking for a limerick poem but like
    words and the 1st 2nd and 5th last words would ryme and the 3rd 4th would ryme so i needed to change some of the words