Remember last year, when we ran reader-written poems throughout the month of December? Well, at the end of that, we asked readers if they felt we should make it an annual tradition. The response was overwhelmingly in favor of "yes," and so we are now welcoming submissions for the second annual December to Rhymember.
Generally speaking, limericks like this one seem to work best for purposes of amusing and clever political commentary:
There once was a man name of Trump
Who really was a rather big chump
He huffed and he puffed
And at golf he just duffed
For Christmas he got a big lump
That said, we will certainly run some haikus and other non-limerick forms of verse. The festivities will begin next week. We look forward to seeing what readers come up with. (V & Z)