Once I start to think in rhyme, it’s hard to stop the Seussian stream of words from floating around in my head; so, despite the fact that they’ve already starred in a previous limerick, here’s another lighthearted verse featuring the Blue Jays that have been constant fixtures in my backyard lately.
The Blue Jay, I cannot deny,
is a nut-loving gluttonous guy!
He loads up his beak
his pouch and his cheek
It’s a wonder he’s able to fly!
Despite his greedy demeanor, it’s hard not to love him – he really can be quite the charmer!
16 thoughts on “Lighthearted Limericks – Blue Jay (#2)”
Love the poem Kathy and I wish we had these beautiful birds in Australia I am captivated by their stunning colour and cheeky character by the looks of your beautiful photo’s.
They have bad reputations here in the States, but I love them…pretty sure you would too. 🙂
Any bird that looks this beautiful can’t be that bad Kathy??
A charmer indeed! 😄 Love your limerick and your photos too! 💕🐦
I think 99% of my Blue Jay pictures have them with peanuts in their mouths. I really do love these birds!
What sweet poses!. I just posted my Bluebird art Kathy. Thanks again for allowing me to use your images as reference.
You are most welcome. 🙂
Beautiful photos and a very witty limerick
WOW WOW WOW
A pretty Jay!
Jays are such greedy little buggers! I love watching them in our yard. Beautiful captures.
Greedy indeed – but so captivating!
Charmers indeed! Such awesome captures, love love love the stuffy cheeks and pouch captures!!
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