Revenge–dVerse Quadrille #84


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Revenge
A Modified Limerick

There once was a kid who was heckled.
The cause? His fair skin was so freckled.
But the kid was a champ,
From an overhead ramp,
He made sure that those brats, too, were speckled.

(The paint gun, you see,
Took them out, all three.)

Today, at dVerse Quadrille, Mish offers us the word FRECKLES, which made me think of a boy in Grammar School who was, not a bully, really, but a bit of an imp. Here’s to you Michael, wherever you are. Join in with a poem of exactly 44 words, using the word FRECKLED.

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14 thoughts on “Revenge–dVerse Quadrille #84

  1. Mish says:

    And I’ve heard those paint guns can sting! Clever revenge indeed. Loved your limerick.

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  2. Lona Gynt says:

    A precise symmetry to this justice. Fun.

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  3. msjadeli says:

    sweet little limerick there and I love the photo of the kid and his expression

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  4. ghostmmnc says:

    haha Cute limerick and fun story about the kid with freckles! 🙂

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  5. whimsygizmo says:

    Ha! A fun one, Victoria!

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  6. robtkistner says:

    That’s a wonderful perspective on freckle-ness Susan. This made for engaging reading, and a smile… takethose brats down a freckle or teo!

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  7. lillian says:

    Love it!!! Clever limerick and a way to respond that is not harmful…unless it’s indelible paint!!

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  8. kim881 says:

    ha ha! great fun!

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  9. Ha ha I love this and the modified Limerick form! Priceless!

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  10. lynn__ says:

    Your limerick made me smile, Victoria! He freckled the hecklers 🙂

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  11. Frank Hubeny says:

    Nice modification of the limerick form.

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  12. kanzensakura says:

    Oh he speckled them for sure!

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