Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #14. Theme: Traditional form poem (limerick)

cemetery

It Melted

Here lies Gino Spumoni Supreme,
whose wifey thought he’d eaten all the ice cream.
When she peered into the freezer twice,
finding it puddled behind the Italian ice,
she went off the beam with an ice cream scream.

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2 thoughts on “Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #14. Theme: Traditional form poem (limerick)

  1. Funny story behind this, Stuart. In my ENC1102 class, the professor started a debate whether

    Ice cream.
    It melted.

    was a poem, hence where I got the idea for the title. 🙂 And I love limericks, having some claim to Ireland, and turning it into an epitaph was the icing on the cake (or the cherry on the sundae…hehe).

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