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Written on November 4, 2010, and categorized as Writing.
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So let’s nail down this limerick form. Some of the best limericks create an image and a narrative, just like a cartoon.

An adventurous wench named Maude
Quite often traveled abroad
Disembarking from trains
She left the remains
Of the bones of the beasts she had gnawed

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