A Haiku & A Limerick
A Haiku - Family At Home Evening
Without them I'd die.
Family is my anchor.
Sure can spare one night.
Cold house but warm hearts.
Family Limericks (different but similar):
There once was a family of seven,
All of whom planned on going to Heaven.
When faced with fair weather,
They couldn't sit together.
They'd rise and spread 'til eleven.
I'd like you to see
My parents, sibling, those three.
For parties and fun
Those three act as one.
With total disregard for me.
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What is your idea of "Family"?
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