WES Vogler

Gold Star - 81,550 Points (May 3 1930 / Vancouver BC Canada)

(limerick) Chryssipus The Whelp - Poem by WES Vogler

King Pelos of Peloponessus
Was cursed and his son cut to pieces.
The whelp died by a knife
Swung by Pelos`s wife,
In just one of the myths that are Greece`s

Chryssipus: bastard son of Pelos and the nymph Danai

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Topic(s) of this poem: myths, people


Comments about (limerick) Chryssipus The Whelp by WES Vogler

  • Melvina Germain (11/2/2015 12:15:00 AM)


    I certainly enjoy reading these Wes, short, witty and delightful..... (Report) Reply

    Wes Vogler Wes Vogler (11/2/2015 1:05:00 AM)

    I am disturbed that no one has commented on At The Cottager's Hut. Is it possible that the joke has gone right past everyone? Thanks for reading this one, by the way.. I was just attempting to be falsely erudite.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 1, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, May 20, 2016


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