Did You Hear?

There once was a woman of Tyre,
her name was Loose Lips Liz,
never quiet
in a riot,
for gossip was her biz.

Copyright © 2020 Abigail Gronway – All Rights Reserved


a syllabic Limerick, without requiring the anapestic rhythm,
created by Viola Berg.
The verse should be witty and fun.
Stanzaic, written in any number of quintains
Syllabic pattern: 8-6-4-4-6
Rhyme scheme: xabba xcddc etc.

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