Tag Archives: limerick

Artist and Animals by J.C. Leyendecker

May/June 2018 Limerick Laughs Winner and Runners-Up

So now we all know where he goes When Santa seeks summer repose. He trades in his sleigh For artist’s beret And paints with the grass ’neath his toes. Congratulations to Michelle Gordon-Weedon of Airway Heights, Washington! For her limerick describing J.C. Leyendecker’s cover illustration for the May 26, 1934, issue of the Post, she […]  More

January/February 2018 Limerick Laughs Winner and Runners-Up

The students were taught by a master But the dance class became a disaster Cried one little mister, “I’m paired with my sister!” “So can’t we please dance any faster?” Congratulations to Linda Neukrug of Walnut Creek, California! For her limerick describing Albert W. Hampson’s illustration Cotillion, which appeared as a Post cover on May […]  More
March/April 2017 Limerick Laughs Winner and Runners-Up

March/April 2017 Limerick Laughs Winner and Runners-Up

A nymph in the first blush of spring Spied a snowman and fancied a fling. But her kiss was his last; He was melting, and fast, While pondering love and its sting. Congratulations to Karen Eastlund of Raritan, New Jersey! For her limerick, Karen wins $25 and our gratitude for her witty and entertaining poem […]  More
Woman standing behind Valentine boxes of chocolates and flowers

January/February 2016 Limerick Laughs Winner and Runners-Up

This girl has a radiant smile, And it seems she has savvy and style. This was Valentine’s Day. No one sent gifts her way, So she bought them and selfied the pile. Congratulations to contest winner Deborah Dickinson-Deacon of Amherst, New York! For her limerick describing F. Sands Bruner’s illustration, Valentine’s Gifts (above), Deborah wins […]  More
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