Friday, 22 March 2013

The story of a bee





I met this bee from Lahmey,
Who wanted to have lots of money,
The Good
She approached a goff,
who seemed well off,
But he wanted too much honey.

The Ugly

The Bad
Neither the Ugly nor the Bad characters were the goff mentioned in the Limerick. Mainly because they are not well off! They represent the music in the post!


We are listening to a fragment of the the main melody of the film "The Good, the Ugly, and the Bad (Il bueno, il brutto e il cativo) by Ennio Morricone.

© 2013 Od Liam.






6 comments:

  1. No such thing as a free meal, they say, ha ha ha. Loved the music as always.

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    1. May be you can get a free food, but never free honey!!! :))))

      Glad to please you with the music!

      Thank you, RPD!!!!!!

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  2. Oh! A pity knowing a goff so demanding,
    Ignorant of the labour of honey producing,
    The bee should look for a tycoon,
    Who owns the stars and the moon,
    Business will be dealt without a frowning.

    BB

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    Thank you in advance for letting me commenting in limerick. :)

    A very nice limerick of yours that makes me laugh cos that goff doesn't know the value of pure honey! Thanks for sharing your ideas, Od.

    Have a wonderful Sunday! :)

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    1. I am delighted you wrote an answer as a limerick!
      It shows there is what is needed to make them! I was right and glad to!

      People are very selfish, they only think about their comfort and convenience.

      The effort of another person is not important!

      We must change it!!

      Thank you for the gift of a limerick!!!

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    1. What are you laughing at, dude?

      This is a very serious issue! :)))

      You can't open your hive with no guaranties!!! he he he

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