Trash

There was an old man who had a bin

and in it he chucked all of his sin

mistakes and failures

selfish behavior

and a measure of doubt thrown in.

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A Limerick written for Poetry Jam

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10 Responses to Trash

  1. So wonderful and I think we all have such trash ca.

  2. brian miller says:

    now maybe if he had a match
    he could burn them and be a free man…
    smiles.

  3. Mary says:

    I like this a lot, Alan. Really quite profound. I think it is human to doubt… but hopefully, as time goes on, it will disappear along with the sin!

  4. howanxious says:

    Nice… we must learn something from that being.
    -HA

  5. peggygoetz says:

    Wonderful limerick Alan! I love that you took off with the limerick form and it says so much in few words. Flows well! Thanks

  6. Kathe W. says:

    this is great! Now I need to toss a few into my bin. Have a great day!

  7. Laurie Kolp says:

    The doubt makes one stop and think.

  8. Victoria Hendricks says:

    Clean and thought provoking. I wish it were so easy – just throwing everything in the bin!

  9. Helen says:

    Limerick with a bit of wisdom thrown in for good measure!

  10. Grace says:

    Terrific use of the metaphor for that bin ~ A meaningful one Alan ~

Thank you for reading my poems. Please don't feel you have to comment. I enjoyed writing them, I hope you enjoyed reading them, Be blessed.

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