I discovered that my follower friend Keith Edgar Channing made a wonderful Acrostic Limerick with his first name, middle name, and his wife’s name. He asked the readers to join in by writing their own acrostic limericks. I researched a bit on this topic. I found out that a limerick has its 1st, 2nd, and last (usually 5th) lines are usually long and rhyme with each other. Whereas, the 3rd, and 4th lines are shorter and rhyme with each other. This is my first try, so do comment. And thanks to Keith Edgar Channing to give me a brilliant idea! I am lucky to have a five alphabet long name. So here I start!
R-Restoring all of my energy from a very busy day,
E-I like to lay calmly on my soft bed, dead as hay,
J-Jovial friends don’t let me stay at home,
O-Their love makes me feel light as foam,
Y-Yoodling with them all night, in my heart all the moments stay!