Limerick For Raynette - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich
I was resting my bones and my mind
as my e-mails did get far behind,
when a message came through
and did come from you
it was something worthwhile to find.
I did have no reason to fret
as they said that it was from Raynette.
It could always be seen
on the slow motion screen
and I'm glad that we met, Raynette.
And I thank you for taking the time
to construct that old limerick rhyme
just for me, no one else
it brought whistles and bells
to the time of the 'you got a dime'?
If you know what I mean I'll be glad
as some others will, doubtless, be mad
and the work you produce
is the reading I choose
you have saved me from being sad.
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