Saturday, July 10, 2010

SNGF: A Genealogy Clerihew

Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings has issued another fun challenge.  Tonight's challenge is to write a genealogy Clerihew.  Jim Smith's post here explains that a clerihew is an four-line poem that follows an AABB rhyme scheme.

Here's mine:

Looking up the family tree
I thought I caught a glimpse of me
Soon my present will be past
For I will not forever last.


Barbara Poole said...

Travis, how true and sad. Great Clerihew. I'd like to quote it and give you credit perhaps in my Looking Back blog on the 31st. What do you think?

Travis LeMaster said...


Thanks for the compliment. I would be honored to have it quoted on your blog post.

Thanks again for stopping by!