Category Archives: word play


This “smoky snack stick” dried Most likely with shelf life applied… Does its job For less than a bob, Life is slowly revived! – –J.E.C. Advertisements

Posted in a blessing disguised, a Caswell limerick, adult needs, changes to the English (slang), daily life, diabetic, downer days, gastronomic delight, generational, limericks, positive attitude, self-treatment, trustworthy, word play, workplace | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment


Expensive bomber jacket to show, How hot the actress can go… Sexy informal The little screen’s normal, The program depends on her clothes! – Assault machine guns may seem, Odd for a virile man’s dream… Women of action Are great … Continue reading

Posted in a Caswell limerick poem, a strong woman's mystique, adult needs, angel disguised, daily life, Fashion Poetry, great deeds from the "ordinary", like a cat, men, modeling skill, phallic, positive attitude, romances, symbolic (most), trustworthy, women, WOMEN WEARING LEATHER, WONDROUS WOMEN!, word play, young and tempting | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment


The Poet does what he wants, In his isolated haunts… No pretty distractions Luring exactions, Of praise for what they flaunt. – One visit most do and then, Forgotten is a return again… Hard to be happy As a lonely … Continue reading

Posted in a Caswell limerick poem, accepting as you are, adult needs, anticipation, Bible concepts/doctrine, bloggers, by Jonathan Caswell, Caswell therapy poetry, Complaints, daily life, dead end, DECORATED BOXES, downer days, ethnic history, happier memories, indirect communication,, intimates, like a cat, limericks, losing context, men, metaphor, mid-life crisis, older but prfewssional, poor connections, positive attitude, self-treatment, surviving winter, symbolic (most), untrustworthy, we all need refreshing times!, women, word play, workplace | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment


Digging out my wheels, Digging out my wheels, Blizzard’s end rejoicing– Digging out my wheels— – Digging out these wheels, Digging out windshields, Thankfulness voicing– Ice-bound doors unsealed! – Sunlight sure appeals, As my scraper squeals, I am now rejoicing– … Continue reading

Posted in adult needs, anticipation, escaping, happier memories, humor, parody lyrics, positive attitude, restored people, surviving winter, the Lord, trustworthy, word play | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment


When weather watchers sizzle, They come up with words like “snizzle”… A combo word Sounding absurd, A mix of snow and drizzle! – Jonathan Caswell

Posted in a Caswell limerick, aquatic life, blizzard forecast, Caswell poetry, changes to the English (slang), DECORATED BOXES, finding things, humor, positive attitude, surprise!, surviving winter, trustworthy, unusual events, word play | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment


Having some set aside, For what wasn’t denied… Purchased back issues Which brought out the tissues, Seeing of of them–he cried! – Moving from place-to-place, One lets go of stuff to find space… To live within Missing again, Certain issues … Continue reading

Posted in a blessing disguised, a Caswell limerick poem, accepting as you are, adult needs, anticipation, book publishing, by Jonathan Caswell, escape being disturbed, financial, finding things, happier memories, limerick-styled poetry, memory, modeling skill, positivity, REMINDERS OF THEIR CHILDHOOD, restored people, self-treatment, surviving winter, the Blues, therapy, we all need refreshing times!, word play | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment


Before this rip-roaring storm, Folks want to keep safe and warm…. Enough supplies On hand is wise, If we don’t need them–what’s the harm? – Enough for oil lamps, We have two, in case we lose “amps”… “D” batteries For … Continue reading

Posted in a Caswell limerick poem, adult needs, anticipation, blizzard forecast, by Jonathan Caswell, daily life, drink, financial, finding things, gastronomic delight, humor, positive attitude, REMINDERS OF THEIR CHILDHOOD, self-treatment, surprise!, surviving winter, TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, the shadow of heavenlies, word play | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment