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Rated: E · Poetry · Comedy · #2134952
Getting a lot of poetic miles out of my slip and fall in the bathtub.
In the flick of an eye she went down.
In the tub, there's the rub, cracked her crown.
Lying nude on her own,
broken foot and a hand,
she lay prone. With a groan
but with grit, tried to stand,
self em-bare-assed she rose like a clown.
                    ~~Judi Van Gorder

7 Lines
A Cross Limerick, an invented variation on the Limerick, found in Pathways For the Poet by Viola Berg 1977.
The elements of the Cross Limerick are:
         1. a septet. (7 lines).
         2. metric, anapestic L1, L2 and L7 trimeter (3 metric feet) and L3,L4,L5, L6 dimeter (2 metric feet). (anapest = da da DUM)
         3. rhymed, rhyme scheme aabcbca.
         4. best used for witty, whimsical, bawdy themes, light verse.
         5. untitled
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