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There once was a youngster named Lee who drank whiskey all day on a spree he stumbled around and puked on the ground and vowed he'd switch back to sweet tea. ~~Judi Van Gorder Prompt: Write a Limerick about a drunk in celebration of International Whiskey Day March 28, 2018
Explore the Craft of Writing Light Verse The Limerick is an old folk-tradition. Although commonly thought to be Irish, there is evidence that this verse form is, in fact, an old French form brought to the town of Limerick Ireland by returning veterans of the French War in 1702. Conversly, the verse form can be traced back even further. The oldest recorded poem fitting the metered, rhymed frame is from Thomas Aquinas (Italy 1225-1274). Sit vitiorum meorum evacuation Concupiscentae et libidinis exterminatio, Caritatis et patientiae, Humilitatis et obedientiae, Omniumque virtutu