Saturday, September 25, 2010


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The word today is SEDULOUS:

Looking for a challenge? Saturday is "All in Good Rhyme". Use ‘sedulous’ in entries (as long as you want them to be) that rhyme.

Keep all entries clean, creative, and courteous.
Enjoy the game!

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  1. Your courting was sedulous;
    tender kisses that I still miss.
    But you left me incredulous
    when I was dreaming of wedded bliss.

  2. Someone said "You're so neat & sedulous"
    I stopped. "Who ME?" I was so incredulous
    I went away and became quite bibulous

  3. There once was a sedulous ghost
    who never buried her sweet tooth.
    She served gallons of honey and toast
    at a deserted market booth.
    When Noema came to eat the treat
    she forgot to greet her Hostess,
    and so got sent in true defeat
    to work the day shift and clean the mess.

  4. There was once a young actress
    so lip-smacking gorgeous
    that with sedulous coitus
    rose from a chorus
    without a bugger for fairness