Z is for Zulu


A week in Kwa-Zulu Natal
Was a tonic for me and my pal.
We were chased by a rhino
(Or was it a wino?)
Either way it was good for morale.

As my contribution to the A-Z blogging challenge this year, I am offering each day a limerick containing the day’s key word, the key words being based on the NATO phonetic alphabet. atoz [2015] - BANNER - 910

25 thoughts on “Z is for Zulu

    1. Thank you, Lisa. You really are very kind. Thank you for your support.
      The A-Z may have finished for this year, but other things go on, and I have a feeling that the tale of Albert & Jarvis is only just beginning.

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  1. Hi Keith Congratulations on completing the A – Z challenge. Enjoyed the limericks – which I hadn’t thought about since school years. Looking forward to reading your thoughts of the process and journey. Visiting from A – Z Challenge (Linda)

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  2. Congrats on making it to the end of the challenge! It has been a pleasure reading your limericks every day. 🙂 Looking forward to seeing more of your photography from here on out!

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    1. Thank you, Alex. I had never had leanings towards any form of poetry before, but I enjoy limericks (perhaps memories of the bawdy ones of my youth) and I tried a bit of simple verse recently. I may try more. As for photography, I am enjoying pulling some out of my library, as well as taking fresh.

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  3. J here, stopping by from the #atozchallenge – where I am part of Arlee’s A to Z Ambassador Team.
    Welcome to “Z-day”! (Time to watch the iZombie television series?)
    Hope to see you at the after party. I’m looking forward to when the Reflections Linky List opens on Monday May 4th.
    LOL! What was chasing you? Ha ha ha. Good one.
    -J @JLenniDorner

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    1. Thanks again. In a way, I am saddened that the month has ended; I’ve really enjoyed taking part. I shall look forward to adding my name to the reflections list on Star Wars Day.


  4. I’ve enjoyed reading your posts from A to Zee
    which I’ve read over my morning tea
    now to prevent a break
    you’ve come up with the out take
    How wonderfully spiffing for me

    Will be back for more!

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