Let's put "Ballydehob" in a line that scans as a limerick line:
A young sailor from Ballydehob
By chance I once actually wrote a song containing that name. It began: As I rode out from Ballydehob, I said, "For all that the grass is green, Being a psychic's a hell of a job -- You daren't say half of the things you've seen, And the rest is scarcely worth the bob That pays my fare to Skibbereen."
--- Joe Fineman firstname.lastname@example.org
||: When you have taken a wrong turn, a step backward is a step in the right direction. :||