The second annual #AprilPrompts is back…well, without the prompts! I got side-tracked, knee-deep in courses, and didn’t properly organize #AprilPrompts2014 for National Poetry Month.
I had been chomping at the bit for a course in rhyme and jumped at the chance of taking famed poet, Renee LaTulippe’s Inaugural Lyrical Language Lab. Of course, it had to be this month.
Then, I also committed to Angie Karcher’s new RhyPiBoMo (Rhyming Picture Book Month), where when you check in, not only do you get a lesson in rhyme and poetry forms, there’s a bonus guest post by a distinguished author!
Long story short…I’m writing at least one poem a day, so I figured why not post using prompts from elsewhere?
Here’s my first attempt at a limerick:
There once was a boy from Manila,
who wanted his own pet gorilla.
His hut was too small,
for a mammal so tall.
So he settled for a chinchilla.