moderated Ides of March


James Ertner
 

After Julius Caesar was asked by his friend what type of music he liked, he replied, "Etude, Brutus."

Jim Ertner



On March 15, 2019, at 7:53 AM, "Gary gary@... [limericks_n_haiku]" <limericks_n_haiku@...> wrote:


 

Ides of March was a murderous day

For J. Caesar in Shakespeare's big play.

            Caesar wanted to know

            Who'd delivered the blow.

So he took a wild stab, "Et tu, Bruté?"

 

A conspiring young waitress named Faye

Took his order of seafood that day.

            Said, "What do you want, Sir?"

            Then stabbed with a dagger.

Caesar grimaced and said, "Et-ou-ffé!"  (Et tu, Faye!)

 

Kirk Miller

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This month, our wordplay hits a peak

We all “Marched 4th” one day last week

And then came “pi day” 

Now it’s Friday

When we play at “ide & seek”


Gary Hallock


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