The Eastern Towhee, one of my backyard favorites, stars in today’s limerick.
Two Towhees in colors of fall
dropped in with their name-saying call
While she stood and she sipped
he splashed and he dipped
Not minding my presence at all!
There are several more limericks leaping about inside my head – once I start rhyming it’s hard to stop. My family will gladly testify to this slightly annoying, but mostly amusing quirk!
So, tune in tomorrow for another addition of lighthearted limericks; featuring, whichever bird sits still long enough for me to get enough pictures!
6 thoughts on “Lighthearted Limericks – Eastern Towhee”
What a beautiful bird! Great photos and poetry. 😊 I like to make up poems too. ❤️
It doesn’t surprise me at all that you are one who makes up poems…perhaps you will post one soon? 🙂
YAY! Rhyme on girlfriend! That is what happens to me when I start speaking ubby dubby! Dubon’t Ubask! LOL!
Okay…so I read your comment out loud and my 22 year old son instantly began spouting off ubby dubby!
What a dapper pair! and another great limerick to accompany them. 🙂
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