CLERIHEW: BEFORE (Inspired by Jeff & Isadora)

Aurora Borealis, the colored lights seen in th...

Aurora Borealis, the colored lights seen in the skies around the North Pole, the Northern Lights, from Bear Lake, Alaska (Photo credit: Beverly & Pack)


Before Aurora’s pen

Were those asking who what why when

New answers flooding her kaleidoscope blog grail

Writes she more than before lived to tale


JAM (c)10JUL2012

Written for Jeff (Bickley House) who is celebrating national Clerihew day and for Isadora (Inside the Mind of Isadora) who is sharing the fun of writing a story with B. B happy :) Smiles everyone xo

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6 thoughts on “CLERIHEW: BEFORE (Inspired by Jeff & Isadora)

    • Thanks, Izzy, you rock and so do your kind messages. Now my head is swelling, lol. Best head to my pillow before I get carried away and take over the world or something equally radical, lol. Much love to you xo Glad you could stop in.

  1. Clerihew – a short comic or nonsensical verse, typically in two rhyming couplets with lines of unequal length; so well written, not necessarily comic or nonsensical (as I am a loyal follower of your blog) but really hits the mark with me, absolutely excellent. And, the Aurora Borealis is one of the most, if not the most wondrous occurrences in nature. Every one is unique in its color, intensity, shape & awe; a perfect accompaniment for your “Clerihew: Before”. May you have many more ‘afters’…

    • Oh! Thank you so much, Lindy. Your comments are so lovely, I had to re-read twice! So thrice read now, I am so flattered by your words and that you are so loyal to following me. I hardly know what to say. Except thank you so much, you rock, looking forward to making your loyalty pay off again and again xo

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