The Lady from the Baltic
There once was a lady named Architect
She had an unusual dialect
She wore a crown of gold
Her ancestry was bold
And lo and behold she was the Queen of the Baltic
I designed this limerick to commemorate Women's History Month. It is a statement which proclaims that women can be architects, women can can be bold, and they can also be Queens.
About the Creator
Rick Henry Christopher
Writing is a distraction for me. It takes me to places unknown that fulfill my need for intellectual stimulus, emotional release, and a soothing of the breaks and bruises of the day.
Excellent work. Looking forward to reading more!
Compelling and original writing
Creative use of language & vocab
Easy to read and follow
Well-structured & engaging content
Original narrative & well developed characters
Expert insights and opinions
Arguments were carefully researched and presented
Niche topic & fresh perspectives
Heartfelt and relatable
The story invoked strong personal emotions
Zero grammar & spelling mistakes
On-point and relevant
Writing reflected the title & theme
Love it!! Great job :)
Very strong and beautiful concept at the same time!
Short and sweet, So clever and a treat! Thank you, Rick, I enjoyed your limerick!
Great one, Rick. The message encompasses everything you wanted it to say.
Beautiful way to celebrate women ❤️
Beautiful 👑 👍🏻
That was great. Well done.
I love this one 🥰😍👸🏻
Very nice rhyming in this one! and clever too :)
This was fantastic! Very we'll done!
Great job on this one!! I’d never have thought of that!
Wow, that limerick was quite clever and had a nice rhythm to it!👍👌
Beautifully done! BRAVO!