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Nothing at All

Before one of the first inventions

By Thavien YliasterPublished 9 months ago 1 min read
Nothing at All
Photo by Shifaaz shamoon on Unsplash

She has everything to wear

Yet for all the refinery I couldn't care

Clothing's a mistake

Why hide such a shape?

In all honesty, I prefer seeing her bare


Author's Notes: This limerick was originally commented on Naomi's limerick, "Nothing."

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Thavien Yliaster

Thank You for stopping by. Please, make yourself comfortable. I'm a novice poet, fiction writer, and dream journalist.



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  • Mariann Carroll8 months ago

    The art of the naked body

  • This is really good Thavien. You definitely have a talent for writing limericks.

  • Heather Hubler9 months ago

    This one needed it's own attention! Wonderfully sweet and sexy :) Great work!!

  • Lol ❤️💯You got it❗❗

  • I'm so glad you're publishing your comment limericks! Yay! This was fantastic!

  • Brenton F9 months ago

    In my humble opinion this piece has really lifted the bar for limericking. Subtle, swank and sexy!

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