Black and White Limericks Today is my birthday. WOO, YEAH! So I'm going to make this week's challenge focused on my favorite animal, and one of my favorite poetry styles. For my birthday, I’d like you to write me a limerick that involves panda bears in some way. Be as silly or as serious as you’d like to be, just stick to the structure that makes up a limerick. Speaking of which… Some info on limericks: 1. It has a set rhyme scheme of a-a-b-b-a 2. The syllable structure is as follows: 9-9-6-6-9 3. In my personal opinion, it helps a lot to read your lines aloud so you can test how well the rhythm flows. :3 A couple of examples gotten from shadowpoetry.com (Move your mouse to reveal the content) A couple of examples gotten from shadowpoetry.com (open) A couple of examples gotten from shadowpoetry.com (close) The Test Pilot A Plane builder needed a pilot, So Bob told the guy, he would try it. When Bob took to the air, Plane parts fell everywhere. Bob radioed “where shall I pile it?” The Man From Aruba There once was a man from Aruba, Whose favorite hobby was scuba. Every day he would wish, He could spear a big fish. But settled instead for canned tuna.