Esther’s Challenge – Laugh-along-a-Limerick

Esther Chilton
Esther Chilton

Happy New Week to you all and welcome, once again, to Esther Chilton’s regular Monday challenge. In UK, the hot, sunny weather is welcome, but we must all take care of ourselves as the conditions could endanger us if we are not careful. So, sit in the shade and write a limerick to keep us entertained.

Today, Esther’s one-word prompt is SCORCH. So can you write a limerick using the word SCORCH in it somewhere?

If you want to swerve around the weekly prompt, please feel free to ignore it and write a limerick to suit your current mood and feelings. Just let it flow. Delight us all with your creativity.

Post your submissions in the Comments on this post.

About Lance Greenfield

Blog: lancegreenfield.wordpress.com email: lancegmitchell@outlook.com I published my debut novel in December 2014: Eleven Miles. My second novel went live in February 2016: Knitting Can Walk!
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12 Responses to Esther’s Challenge – Laugh-along-a-Limerick

  1. Today I’ll be on the porch
    To avoid the heat and the scorch
    It’s really hot here
    So with a nice cold beer
    I’ll sit out at night with my torch!

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  2. trentpmcd says:

    I watched the weather today
    It’ll be a scorcher, they say
    Try to stay cool
    Maybe go to the pool
    Just be careful, I pray
    *
    There once was a primitive dude
    Who learned to scorch his food
    No longer to eat
    Only raw meat
    Cooked mammoth is better, if crude

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  3. There once was a comic called Brian,
    Whose wit was as hot as an iron,
    His words could scorch
    Like a blowtorch
    Withal; he was more lamb than lion!

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  4. Pingback: Scorch – (Monday Limerick #59) – Laura McHarrie @ The Hidden Edge

  5. By trade I’m a dragon slayer.
    I ride on a wing and a prayer.
    A scorch could mean death,
    So I dodge fiery breath
    To survive as the oldest sword player.

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