GSGH winner limerick #3

At last a current Seattle resident has won an installment of the Great Seattle Gargoyle Hunt. And it sure didn’t take long. I was certain this lion would have evaded capture for at least a few days, maybe even a week or two, but within an hour J. Kingston Pierce correctly pegged the Chamber of Commerce Building at 215 Columbia Street as the lair of Gargoyle #3. He wins a hand-crafted custom limerick with his name in it. Here it is:

The writer Jeff Pierce loved crime fiction
His eye was as sharp as his diction
Like the hero of Sir Doyle
He found our third gargoyle
By deduction and plain recogniction”

Thanks for playing, JKP! (Note: I get to call him Jeff because I’m his friend and it was the only way I could make his name fit the meter.)


3 Responses to “GSGH winner limerick #3”

  1. 1 J. Kingston Pierce September 29, 2011 at 15:22

    Thanks, Matthew. I’ve never had a limerick written for me before.

  1. 1 GSGH #3 | The Great Seattle Gargoyle Hunt Trackback on January 20, 2012 at 21:15

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