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Tale of the Troglodyte

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There was once was a long-bearded troglodyte

hidden deep in the caves of Brumbalyte

the story they say…he made salamander souffles

and served them up fancy for socialites

But the ogres were all in a quibble

for they wished they could savor a nibble

the troglodyte paused, and rose to the cause

feeding trolls and foresty fibbles

Now he sings to the beat of his whisk

as the ogres throw him a kiss

and sometimes, they say he jiggles and sways

dancing wildly into the mist

Bjorn has us writing Nonsense Poetry over at dVerse Poets Pub.

Doors open at 3 p.m. EST.

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21 responses »

  1. I love the fairytale lyricism of this, Mish: I think nonsense poetry lends itself well to metre and rhyme!

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  2. There is nothing better than being able to serve up a Salamander souffle…

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  3. But this is lovely<¨! Fun, definitely, and clever too, but I REALLY like it on its own merits, great rhythm, wonderful rhyme—

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  4. A limerickial trifecta!

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  5. As the other comments have already applauded, wonderfully lyrically.

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  6. Glenn A. Buttkus

    Tis a wicked gob of limericks, too much fun. It puts me in mind of Trump and his cabinet of asslickers.

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  7. Love the whimsical limerick nature of this tale Mish. Made me smile. Excellent work!

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  8. Love the ‘souffles’ and “quibbles.” Lovely imaginary tale.

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  9. Oh oh i feel like dancing too
    Nice one!!!
    Much love…

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  10. A fun poem with a quirky rhythm, I loved it! 🙂

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  11. “they say he jiggles and sways” made me giggle! What a fun rhyme with a wonderful rhythm.

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  12. writingwhatnots

    Oh lovely, a dancing troglodyte chef! This is magical, Mish.

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  13. You are oh so very talented at writing a limerick! LOVE this. I read it a second time aloud….so very fun! 🙂

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  14. Love this singing poem, Mish!

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  15. I sure smiled, such a fun poem, especially the image of ogres throwing kisses.

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