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The Glory Days, Revisited

A reunion of high school friends turns into a night to remember

By L.A. HancockPublished about a year ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read
The Glory Days, Revisited
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Limerick written for the Ludicrous Limerick Challenge


I went out with old friends from high school.

We wanted to break rules and feel cool.

So we hit up the hometown,

and got quite renowned

for acting like big silly fools!


We danced on the bar and sang loud.

Our old teachers would surely be proud.

We laughed and we drank

and yelled "turn up the Hank!"

then we stumbled back home feeling wowed.


The next day we all felt really sore.

Our bodies ached and our heads felt so poor.

But the memories we made

will not ever fade,

and we'll do it all again for sure.

fact or fiction

About the Creator

L.A. Hancock

I'm a wife and mom, and this is my creative outlet. I am experimenting with lots of different writing styles and topics, so some of it is garbage, and I'm totally fine with that - writing is cheaper than therapy. Thanks for stopping by!

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Nice work

Very well written. Keep up the good work!

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  1. Excellent storytelling

    Original narrative & well developed characters

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  • Loryne Andaweyabout a year ago

    I love your story-telling in limerick form :) Well done!

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