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Knightmare Limericks

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One forum member should begin a limerick by suppling a furtive first line and four other different forum members should supply the the remaining four lines.

In case anyone doesn't know, a limerick takes the form of a five line poem where lines 1 and 2 are a rhyming couplet, lines 3 and 4 are another rhyming couplet and the final line rhymes with lines 1 and 2.

Oh, and you may be mischevious but not downright rude; but I don't have to tell any of you that!

So, without further ado...

When Treguard called out "Enter Stranger"
Good night out there; whatever you are!
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They came in for a lot of danger.
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When Treguard said "enter stranger"...
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When Treguard said enter stranger
They came in for a lot of danger

They needed a beer
They avoided Lord Fear
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But threw up on Wolfglade's park ranger.
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Here's another first line (but anyone can start these off by the way) And remember, it's one line at a time...


While solving the wall monster's riddle
Good night out there; whatever you are!
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While solving the wall monster's riddle,
The advisor who sat in the middle
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While solving the wall monster's riddle,
The advisor who sat in the middle,
Tried to use magic
"Welcome to one of Mogdred's little playpens, dungeoneer. Play awhile...Play forever! Mwahahahahaha! Mwahahahahahahahaha!!!"
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While solving the wall monster's riddle,
The advisor who sat in the middle,
Tried to use magic
The result was tragic
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While solving the wall monster's riddle,
The advisor who sat in the middle,
Tried to use magic
The result was tragic
As Granitas split down the middle
Knightmare: Kid-worthy, Naasty, Inspiring, Groundbreaking, Humorous, Treguard, Mesmerising, Adult-worthy, Rewarding, Essential.
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Start of a new one:

When the team met Lord Fear
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When the team met Lord Fear
Treguard muttered "oh dear"
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When the team met Lord Fear
Treguard muttered "oh dear"
For they'd come so far
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These don't all scan as limerick lines; more effort as regards metre, please. And more effort from me as regards rhyme, because I can't think of anything appropriate that also scans. ::)
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It's only a bit of fun. They don't have to be perfect, so long as people are prepared to have a go. Which is more important? Ensuring perfect rhyme and metre or having as many people take part as possible? This being a forum, I would imagine the latter.
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