Challenge: a limerick with alliteration about a journey

 

In Kansas, Interstate 70 extends 424 miles from west to east.

Crossing Kansas is hopeless, humdrum, and mean

With few curios, Starbucks, or cows on the scene.

If a divorce is to be,

It’ll happen to me

Passing Colby, by Ogallah, or near Abilene.

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10 thoughts on “Challenge: a limerick with alliteration about a journey

  1. Alliteration, a journey, a limerick? Goodness, that feels like three challenges, but you rose to the occasion, masterfully. I’ve never driven through Kansas but you made me laugh remembering a friend who said the unending flatness overcame her and she had to lay down in the back seat and breathe deeply until her husband shouted “mountains”.

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