Time for more instances of the homophone: a word pronounced the same as another but differing in meaning, whether spelled the same way or not, as heir and air.
1. limb (noun): appendage of an animal; the branch of a tree
2. limn (verb): to draw or paint on a surface; to outline in clear sharp detail; to describe
Oh, how she wished that she could limn
The human frame, the human limb.
She tried for many years—but failed—
And so she bought a boat and sailed
Into the setting western sun
And sought a different kind of fun.
And on that lovely little boat
She tried again (no hope’s remote!),
Discovering she had the skill.
Too bad a shark thought he would kill
That woman with who had tried to swim
But lost to Shark, well, every limb.