wedding: a limerick.

wedding in the rain.

They called me beautiful that night
Amidst rain drops and moonlight
But I have to confess
It was the wrong dress
It never should have been white.

blue hearts.

The prompt included a picture of a lovely wedding sign with attached white balloons flying on a bright lovely day. I did write about a wedding, but not one in daylight… 

Mind and Life Matters limerick poetry challenge – prompt: wedding
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Sandra began writing when she was a sixth grader. She is a teller of stories through poetry, fiction, and tales from her own life. And she thinks too much. Read, think, enjoy, laugh.
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44 Responses to wedding: a limerick.

  1. I like this take on it. 😃

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  2. Limericks are supposed to end on a funny. Love this.

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  3. maharedwynn says:

    That’s awesome! 😃

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  4. A.C. Melody says:

    Love it. ♥ 😀

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  5. Eric says:

    This is great! 🙂

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  6. R 'I' P says:

    Loved it 🙂

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  7. Miriam says:

    Beautiful. So visual. Loved it.

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  8. I’m thinking there’s a whole lot of wedding dresses that should be ‘not white’ 😀 Grat limerick!

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  9. ranu802 says:

    Nice limerick, wrong dress it’s okay, it sounds good anyway. 🙂

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  10. Nobody needs to know. lol

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  11. draliman says:

    Heh heh, the last line made me smile 🙂

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  12. Super funny, as always! I love your sense of humor. I mean, how many of us should have worn — well, something besides white? 🙂

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  13. hahahahahaha…..love this one! Too bad the dress was white….but she had fun so who cares! 😀

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