Written for Trifextra: Week Eighty-One. A limerick for the lighter side. It begins after the really cool composite image of seasons from Eirick Solheim. Each very thin slice is part of a photo taken during the seasons of a full year. All the seasons in one photo!
Janie loved her porch, watching seasons go
The view so lush, but no garden did grow
Tom came to fix her clock
Janie loved his big…tock
Now garden is growin’ on the porch with her beau
This weekend’s Trifextra is still 33 words, but this time to keep it light, and this time a really cool image is also in the prompt. I like the light. Here’s this week’s original prompt: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/2013/08/trifextra-week-eighty-one.html