Linda G. Hill

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One-Liner Wednesday – Sad Lemon is Sad

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We bought a lemon on Saturday just to add its zest to a recipe.

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It seemed so very sad. When I thought about it, I realized why: it no longer has appeal.

 

 

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32 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Sad Lemon is Sad

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  2. This multi-verse limerick responds to several blog and poetry prompts, including this one. It’s also for NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month) and the April A to Z Blogging Challenge.

    Thanks for the prompt. I changed it up a little bit, using the “sad lemon” phrase inside the post. (Hope you don’t mind the switch.)

    Here’s where to find it:

    Abandon: A-Z verses from vintage visages

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  3. Poor lemon, no peel that can appeal. 🙂

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  8. This made me chuckle. 🙂 It’s obvious the lemon is having an identity crisis. LoL!

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  9. I actually feel bad for the little fella…

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  12. Tee-hee! Poor sad lemon 😦

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  14. Oh dear…citrus puns so early in the morning…

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  15. Great pun Linda – you know it’s good when you groan 🙂

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  18. This is awesome! I love puns. And yes, I do feel sad too for all the lemons that I zest and forget about. Poor dried up lemons 😦

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  19. I hauled produce for years and have witnessed many sad fruits and veggies – and, in fact, have created some sad fruits and veggies. Every sad fruit or veggie was seen as a learning experience. In the end,sad or happy, they all contributed. 😯 :mrgreen:

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  22. I see what you did there.

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  23. This made me laugh, and also reminded me of a couple of lemons that have been in my fridge for at least two weeks now! Dreading how forlorn they must look.

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