eCard Greetings Part 2
eCard Greetings to you!
eCard Greetings, Part 2
A penurious fellow online
Went surfing for greetings sublime.
He typed in 'eCard'
'cause rhyming is hard.
Now HubPages is his lifeline.
There once was a lady from Kent
Whose greeting card money was spent.
She penned heartfelt limericks,
chose digital gimmicks,
clicked 'save', and her eCards were sent.
Yet another eCard Greeting
A lazy lad forgot his Mom
and realized his lead time was gone.
He needed a card,
from home he'd be barred.
He was saved by eCard and coupon.
eCards Greetings continue unabated
The Internet offers support
For those who have love to purport.
You type an address,
Be accurate, don't guess.
Once sent, your eCard can't abort.
eCard Greetings Just Keep on Coming
A cute little animal pleases.
The tension, it actually eases.
A bear or a deer,
Will always endear,
And bring a smile to your main squeezes.
The eCard hits just keep on coming
"Dear darling", I type from the keyboard,
my rhyming is certainly awkward.
"I wish you good cheer",
"eCards, not cashmere",
they read like Hallmark, but no cardboard.
One more eCard Greeting
When work takes up all of your hours,
and no time is left to buy flowers,
Just pick up your mouse
And eCard your spouse.
Avoiding the death stares and glowers.
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