Caryl Ramsdale

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Rhyme: The Claddagh
In a tiny Irish village,
The oldest fishing town around;
Fisherfolk designed a signet,
That bears a heart, hands and a crown.
Enclosed Rhyme: Corpse Alive
Cinquain: Sir Galahad
Fair knight
Saved another
Rushed twenty men of arms
A vast forest closed behind him
Rhyme: God's My Boss Too
Grandma says:
The road to heaven is long,
'Cause it's way up there in the sky;
I know the Lord told her the truth,
Limerick: Souper One
A poet, a pen and a smile
Reached out from the Emerald Isle;
Hatching hilarious rhymes—
Buoying up bittersweet times—


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