A Dragon Made Me Limerick

You Write One Limerick And Look What Happens…

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Someone once was dragged me into a limerick war I didn’t even know was being fought, but since I found enjoyment in slinging rhymes, I unsheathed my proverbial sword.

I’ve tried walking away from limericks. I’ve tried writing long travel documentaries, tried using six

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Yankee, Aussie and freelance (and whatever-inspires-me) writer. Happier. Editor at Counter Arts, Rainbow Salad and Songstories. https://ko-fi.com/willhull

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Will Hull

Will Hull

Yankee, Aussie and freelance (and whatever-inspires-me) writer. Happier. Editor at Counter Arts, Rainbow Salad and Songstories. https://ko-fi.com/willhull

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