Fired Father

November 17, 2010
By Ryandrews BRONZE, Kerby, Oregon
Ryandrews BRONZE, Kerby, Oregon
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Misunderstood and tired,
She watched the children he had sired,
Never once had they loved him,
And their future was grim,
So as a father, she decided he was fired.


The author's comments:
Limericks are traditionally funny, and so the pattern a limerick follows has an amusing ring to it. I simply did this one to be ironic, it's a terrible story of a bad father, and the mother has to make the difficult decision of divorcing him. It's not funny at all, but of course, the nature of the poem may make you laugh.

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on Dec. 7 2010 at 9:00 am
Almost_Lover GOLD, Mission, South Dakota
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I'm sorry but you write good and all but I did get the poem until the last two lines =]

on Dec. 6 2010 at 5:27 pm
DiamondsIntheGrass GOLD, Martinsville, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
Worry is simply a misuse of the imagination.

clever, but the beat seems a little off.




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