You see, I needed a break. I needed to write a limerick:
There once was a girl named Raquel
Who fell face-first into a well
She couldn't get out
So she swam like a trout
And blubbered, "Well, isn't this swell!"
Or maybe this one:
I once knew a lady, Miss Draper
Who found a lad copied his paper.
She failed him at once,
And then called him a dunce,
And burned off his hair with her taper. (Okay, so I couldn't think of anything else to rhyme!)
This is not the time for perfection. Just rhyme, even if it doesn't make any sense. AABBA...
You can do it. Believe me, you need this break probably as much as I do... these two stupid limericks took me a whole three minutes to write, so don't sweat the time. Just do it. You'll be amazed at how much better you feel once you try it.
Writing limericks is like coloring with crayons... fun, without the pressure to be brilliant.