• * Carl Baltrunas, Milpitas, 12. A reporter named Lois Lane, For danger she had some disdain, Because her friend was super, No one could scoop her, Even though what she did was insane.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 12.
  • Larry Clark, Clairemont, 12.
  • * Patrick Driscoll, Santee, 12. There once was a man from Santee, Whose mind was exceptionally free, Being wise beyond years, Unencumbered by fears, He would dance down the street full of glee.
  • Richard Hutchings, Santee, 12.
  • Roy E. Leeper, Chula Vista, 12.
  • John Markey, San Diego, 12.
  • Hiroshi Miyazaki, Normal Heights, 12.
  • * Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 12. There once was a man from Santee, His life was on so carefree, If the power plants in, He said with chagrin, I'll pack up my family and flee.
  • Seratima Tkachuk, San Diego, 12.
  • Ric Witt, Clairemont, 12.
  • Cindy Fisher, San Clemente, 11.
  • * Jerry Noser, Bankers Hill, 11. I once knew a man from Boston, Who owned a little red Austin, He drove it really fast, But alas, he ran out of gas, And to fill it up really cost him.
  • Susan Avery, Escondido, 10.
  • Jim Upshaw, Clairemont, 10.
  • Paula Henderson, La Jolla, 9.
  • Mamma Oakley, Oceanside, 9.
  • Paula Davis, Spring Valley, 8.
  • Ralph Levy, La Jolla, 8.
  • Bethann Spinelli, Santee, 7.
  • Lily Sun, Carmel Valley, 7.
  • Bliss Beedle, Encinitas, 6.
  • Butch Hays, La Mesa, 5.
  • Felix E Charfaurs, San Diego , 3.
  • Martin Mueeiarone, Carlsbad, 3.
  • Sgt Maj Oakley, Oceanside, 3.
  • Joe Arbusto, Rancho Penasquitos, 2.
  • Les Hatcher, Escondido, 2.
  • Moses McCabe, El Cajon, 2.


  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 12.
  • William Stuart, Cardiff, 11.
  • * Paul Colonna, Poway, 2. There was a young lady, Miss Bright; Who traveled much faster then light; She left one day; in a relative way; and returned the previous night
  • Jim Felix, Pacific Beach, 2.
  • Steve Krasner, Mission Valley, 2.
  • Glenn Leider, Carlsbad, 2.
  • Armani Nicholas, San Diego, 2.
  • Terri Skwarlo, San Diego, 2.
  • Susan Williams, San Diego, 2.


  • Flo Abena, Rancho Penasquitos, 12.
  • Paul Boland, Bay Park, 10.
  • Larry Klages, Encanto, 6.
  • Marc Richard, Banker's Hill, 2.


  • Don Bowman, Santee, 12.
  • * Stacie Klages, La Mesa, 6. There once was a 3 grade teacher, who was an interesting creature, I would not think it wise, To look in her eyes, For they were her scariest feature.
  • Pauline O'Malley, Point Loma, 5.
  • Wayne Mathieu, San Diego, 2.

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BrianCobb May 23, 2012 @ 2:52 p.m.

I think there's been some plagiarism:

There was a young woman named Bright Whose speed was much faster than light. She set out one day In a relative way, And returned on the previous night. —Geri Taran


jeffloeb May 23, 2012 @ 4:48 p.m.

I am venting.

Last 2 weeks, I've sent in a solved sudoku and a limerick.

Not mentioned online.

Over a year. NO cap or tee.

What's going on SDR?

Maybe I drop your contest.


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