This week's first line for the Limerick-Off on MadKane's Humor Blog is:
"A woman whose budget was strained…"
As always, she allows for minor variations to the first line as long the end rhyme word is unchanged.
Here is my pair:
A lady had struggled and strained
to lose all the weight she had gained,
but her plan had its flaws
and included malt balls,
So what little she lost, she regained.
He preferred his potatoes well strained,
but her interest in pleasing had waned.
So he often sat down
to eat with a frown,
his displeasure barely restrained.
Because of the holidays, this week's Limerick-Off will last two weeks, so there is still plenty of time to add your own limerick to the challenge!