Get your ELA facts straight. A limerick is an Irish poem that originated from the town of Limerick that contains five lines and a rhyme scheme of AABBA. Lines 3 and 4 are shorter and contain a different meter than Lines 1, 2, and 5. A couplet is a poem that is very common, typically with an AABB rhyme scheme. Youre thinking of a couplet. Not a limerick. Also, use spaces after commas and periods, and any other punctutation points. Thank you!
_________________ "As I look up from the ground I see darkness all around And I'm lost but can be found up in the sky Goodbye"
Tue Jun 19, 2012 12:00 pm
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...Pardon my incomplete knowledge of English, but how in the world does that rhyme? Not to mention how little sense it makes
Oh, just how I hate rhyming At the most unfortunate timing. Woe, such fluster, such rage! As I flipped through my thesaurus's pages. As the tension grew, my face turned purple With...err...ah...wha- blarghathabizamp... nurple?
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