Comfort Ndlovu


Three Limericks, Part 1


There was a man who taught boys six
How to write funny limericks,
He came across a boy so dull
That he had a very small skull,
The boy said: 'The opposite of 'prefix' is 'preDON'Tfix! '
*
There was a racist who sang a song,
Neither was it short nor long;
To me it meant nothing,
To some it meant something:
'I hate Fong Kongs from Hong Kong! '
*
There was a madman from West Africa,
His name called Soso Sonjica,
He said: 'A bull killed OSAMA -
A black bull called Barack OBAMA -
A bull from aggressive America! '

Submitted: Monday, June 25, 2012
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