My Belly

(A Non-Prompt Related Post. Remember those? They’re still allowed, even with the 30 Day CW Challenge!)

My Belly: A Limerick Poem

My food binge ends tonight
Tomorrow I start the fight
I shall lose my fat belly
And no longer sit by the telly
Instead I shall go fly a kite!

I really don’t like my belly
But honestly it’s not from the telly
Its Because I’m so lazy
And my life is so crazy
That I would rather sit and eat jelly

I’m going to cycle my bike
Maybe even go for a hike
I’ll go for a swim
Off on a whim
Then I will have the belly I like!

About Dean

My name is Dean Kealy and I live in Ireland. I am freelance writer/content creator.

13 comments on “My Belly

  1. Reblogged this on Dean'z Doodlez and commented:
    Just a poem I wrote on how I feel about my Belly. It must go! ‘Tis negative upon ones image!

  2. Well said, Dean! I wish you well on your quest for belly reduction!

  3. Wonderful limerick, and good luck losing the belly!

  4. I just want to see my hips
    Without doing so many dips
    But I poke at my gut
    And sigh at my butt
    And so I sit and eat chips

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