On the topic of travel

At the whim of my elders I dangled on the travel.
To the ends of the earth I was tasked, though I knew I’d unravel.
They packed me on a plane.
Jet lag left me insane.
I drank wine every night and caroused and was graveled. 

Here is a limerick for the Writing 201 journey/limerick/alliteration assignment. The featured image is “The Prodigal Son in Modern Life in Foreign Climes” by James Tissot painted in 1882. The original can be found in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Works by Tissot (1836-1902) are in the public domain

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