February 6, 2021

FEB 6, old world palindromes #12




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February 4, 2021

FEB 4, trees: George's apple-twigs


HAPPY BIRTHDAY to JMH, and all others whose birthday occurs today!


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Our family pet of 14 years, George the rabbit (Giorgio Coniglio in Italian) was an unpredictable and somewhat ornery soul. Talented and demanding (yes, he learned to do tricks), he did not care for suspected rabbit goodies like lettuce and carrots, but loved certain fruits including pears and apples. A small pile of apple twigs could keep him engaged for hours on end, and we were fortunate to have an apple tree growing near our back fence.

February 2, 2021

FEB 2, old world palindromes #11




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February 1, 2021

FEB 1, wordplay map: r-i-c-anagrams #14

 



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January 31, 2021

JAN 31, waterfowl: John Audubon, birder









    



You can review these illustrated verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Immersible Verse: Limericks about Waterfowl' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'. You can learn a bit more about the anhinga, the bird featured in the cover illustration of "The Birds of America" by checking the post of January 25.