Although the project has contributors from all over the world, there aren't any from New Hampshire, but, there are at least two from nearby Massachusetts.
Here's a sample definition from the OEDILF:
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An arrhythmia's ever so neat,
Being quite the auricular treat.
It's an improvisation--
A cool syncopation--
So exciting, your heart skips a beat!
I'm only challenging myself with no intentions of submitting. I picked a word from the OEDILF word list and gave my limerick muscles a workout.
chartaThe first Poetry Friday Round-Up of 2012 is being hosted by Teaching Authors, stop by.
A charta, also known as a patch,
is paper to which drugs are attached.
Then attached to you
And kept out of view
Your ailment is simply dispatched.
© Diane Mayr, all rights reserved.
Photo of James Murray, first editor of the OED, courtesy Amazon.com.