There was a man named Dwight

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Take 1 :-

There was a man named Dwight,

Who never did anything right,

He stopped walking,

Started hopping,

He slipped off the road after a tough fight!

Take 2:-

There was a man named Dwight,

His future was golden bright,

Didn’t want to cross the road,

To fly he developed a code,

About it nobody could keep quiet.

Poetry form :- Limerick (AABBA rhyme scheme)

Acknowledgements :- Off late I am unable to get Limericks off my head, and hence came up with this form again for Sadje’s What do you see challenge. Thank you Sadje for hosting What do you see challenge # 86 . For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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