. Choose a famous poem and write it in limerick form, putting the title of the original poem at the top. Please fit your chosen poem into one limerick (five lines) only. See "How to Write a Limerick." Post your limerick in the comments section below. See examples: . Nothing Gold Can Stay (Frost) The first green of nature is gold. The hardest of colors to hold. Her new leaf is a flower, Bright and bold for an hour Till the winter, the Frost and the cold. ---Mike Bryant . . Still I Rise (Angelou) Oil pumps and then wells in my eyes. Diamonds meet at the top of my thighs. I have no room for gloom; To the moon with all doom. Like the hot air in lies, I will rise! ---Susan Jarvis Bryant . .