We are excited to announce our Leprechaun Limerick Contest for ticket holders! Write us an original limerick with a leprechaun theme. There's no other trick or constraint just download, print and complete the limerick template below.
Entries must be brought to the WILL CALL table in the theater lobby at the TCL Chinese 6 Theaters before the screening at 7:30PM on March 17th, 2018. Limericks must contain five lines and be a limerick. You may enter as many times as you wish.
The winning limerick will be read to the audience after the screening and will receive a prize! In addition to being published on all Screamfest social media and website.
Sample with a Leprechaun theme:
I am a small green man of old age,
Intoxicated to the right stage.
Never getting so drunk,
That I smell like a skunk,
Or end up on the papers front page.
What is a Limerick?
A humorous, frequently bawdy, verse of three long and two short lines rhyming aabba, popularized by Edward Lear.
The Structure of a Limerick Poem
A Limerick consists of five lines.
The first line of a limerick poem usually begins with 'There was a....' and ends with a name, person or place.
The last line of a limerick is normally a little farfetched or unusual.
A limerick should have a rhyme scheme of aabba:
This means lines 1,2 and 5 rhyme and lines 3 and 4 rhyme.
Also, lines 1,2 and 5 should have 7 – 10 syllables and lines 3 and 4 should have 5 – 7 syllables.
An example of a Limerick Poem by famous poet Edward Lear
There was an old man with a beard
Who said, 'It is just as I feared,
Two owls and a hen
A lark and a wren