Megan stared at the stain, horrified. Hurriedly, she sent out an SOS, praying it would get through. Knowing that any reply would take time, she pragmaticly proceeded with the plan.
At the entrance to the cave, Megan peered out. When noone was looking, she slipped out and joined the crowd headed toward Jerusalem for Passover.
"Lord," she whispered, "I have come to see what you did for me. Then I'll work on the time machine.
Called on the Carpet
Young Megan stared down at the stain
In horror. How would she explain.
"No glass and no mug
Shall come near this rug.
I trust I have made myself plain."
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Time travel! I've sometimes wondered why there isn't much good Christian time travel fiction out there--at least I've never encountered it. Maybe you should write that novel, Holly!
The limerick is so cute, including its punny title. Thanks for writing this 2nd set, and have a wonderful, blessed Easter.