May 25, 2020

MAY 25, fruitless, plus 'anole's pole-dance'

Keep more to yourself for a while, wash your hands frequently, wear a mask in public, remember to laugh on occasion, and stay well!

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limerick; wordplay; palindromes; cuisine; fruit; coot; Giorgio Coniglio

wordplay; palindromes; cuisine; fruit; coot; Giorgio Coniglio

You can review these illustrated verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Reversing Verse: Limericks About Classic Palindromes' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'. 

Bonus -- Yesterday's photo-shoot with 'Liz':

Although this photo-collage is generally unrelated to today's poetic topic (fruitlessness), one can't help thinking...

Trap anole, man! -- a melon apart.

On a more serious note: You can learn more about the anoles, beneficial tiny yard-lizards, by checking out the posts of March 30, April 15, April 30 and May 2.  

List of slides: fruitless (classic palindromes), verse and notes, + green anole pole-dancer (photo-collage)

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