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Written on November 9, 2010, and categorized as Writing.
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Once you get into writing in a particular form, they just keep coming. I woke up with the first two lines and the last line of this limerick, and the middle couplet arrived as I jogged around the park. I have no special interest in Roman history, but it was fun to twist the famous quote.

Julius Caesar, for fun,
Fought battles with everyone
Until Brutus’ knife
Lost him his life
He came, and he saw, and he won

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