T (no first name) Wignesan


Limerick: Once An Anchor Woman At Sea Anne-Anne - Poem by T (no first name) Wignesan

Once an Anchor Woman at Sea Anne-Anne
Interviewed OFPRA* doing Can-Can
She said: Will you?
OF said: You, too!
And they rowed off in a rude bed-pan.

• Office français pour la Protection des réfugiés
et d'apatrides (French Office for the Protection
of Refugees and Stateless Persons)

© T. Wignesan - Paris, 2013


Comments about Limerick: Once An Anchor Woman At Sea Anne-Anne by T (no first name) Wignesan

  • Wes Vogler Wes Vogler (12/29/2015 10:58:00 PM)

    Not quite clear what occurred but a sense of whimsy is there and a very well constructed limerick
    reminiscent of Lear (Report) Reply

    T Wignesan (12/30/2015 6:36:00 AM)

    Hullo! Wes! Very kind of you to drop by, but first, THE VERY BEST OF THE SEASON and the THREATENING YEAR! As a matter of fact, you're right: this's like a sequel to something else already on the go. I had planned (not quite) a long sequence on the theme of the Sea Anne-Anne girls whom I admire for their pluck, savvy and, of course, sexiness, but I got distracted by some other Al Jeera dames - to put it mildly. Yes, you're right, something occurred alright. Thank you ever so much for the reference to Lear: I think I came across only one or two of his. I must make a better try. He's supposed to be the one who renewed interest in the form in English. I wish I had the time to go hunting others out in the site. Too old, far too decrepit just now. Thank you again. Every good wish. Wignesan

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013



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