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The Man with a Tomahawk

By Rick Henry ChristopherPublished 12 days ago Updated 12 days ago 1 min read




There once was a man named Yamaha

He owned a real sharp tomahawk

And where he threw it

He aimed for the hit

And ended the plot with stewed chihuahua

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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.


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  • Gina C.10 days ago

    Poor Chihauhau? 😅🥹 lol, good one!

  • Oh my goodness!

  • Heather Hubler11 days ago

    Oh snap! That took a turn fast, lol.

  • Loryne Andawey11 days ago

    Oh, poor doggo! (Then again, I should talk 😅)

  • Lol, poor chihuahua! Loved your limerick, Rick! See what I did there, lol!

  • Cathy holmes12 days ago

    oh dear. Poor puppy. Well done.

  • Quincy.v12 days ago

    I found the unexpected ending of the limerick both humorous and slightly disturbing at the same time!

  • This is definitely absurd to the max!

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