Poetry competition - new entries
Loads of entries coming in for our March Competition on insideadog. If you don't know already, the competition is to supply the last line of our limerick, remembering that it has to rhyme with the first and second lines. So if you think you've got the words to finish the dog's dilemma, why not send them our way? Here's the poem again:
There once was a dog who could read;
His love of books positively neared greed.
From library and bookshop,
and friends' shelves he'd co-opt...
And some of the latest possibilities for that missing line:
'have a great time and do your best'
'and that's all the dog would need'
'a library he never would need.'
'but in the end he could not stop his passion for books'
'his love of books went to no exceed'
'and he never returned the books that he swapped'
'a fantasy series to read.'
'and said: 'these taste better than seaweed.'
Don't forget you can enter as many times as you like! Entries close March 31st.