We surely learn a lot with our hands-Thanks!
And if you had studied to become a baker, you could eat the mistakes. Nice Magpie!
They do indeed. nicely done.
I like those clinkers they used on older homes- gives them character! Fun limerick!
Always a delight, for sure!
A tight fun poem. Nice tale!
This one is really charming, Ford. x
Very clever use of the "material"..nice!
Bravo to a master of the limerick!
Gave me a smile on a cold afternoon!
Well, you were certainly 'fired up' for this one, Stafford.
keep away from "brick houses" if you don't want to get burnedpeople in brick houses shouldn't throw glass :)
Thick as a brick, sir, with a teaspoonof levity to help the philosophy go down;enjoyable piece, per usual. Thanks,Ford, for taking us to a proletarian plane, for humanizing the moment.
Let's hope only bricks get burned, and not fingers!
Lovely stuff! I read this out to 'the cheaper half'. He's a retired pottery supervisor! Haven't had to pay for a cup since 1983!
Cool rhyme - I love it!
left me smiling :)
Lovely fun read... and to what the hands can learn.
You are the master blaster of the short, pithy rhyme. Love it!
Oh, what fun!It's well done.
Stafford,Is they cinders then?rel
They's no cinder-rel, ah, them's a clinker Brick!This is getting very silly!
I guess you could call me a very glossy brick....love this one Stafford! :-)
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