Poems About: LIMERICK
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121.Richest Land/Richest Man
In the soil of the richest land lies beneath a boiling frying pan
Explosive not like eggs hammer out a shoot
Not manmade, nor made of man
When the boiling bubbles blister through read more »annabel inman
122.If You Could Feel My Words
If you could feel my words they'd touch you softly,
Like my hand grazing your cheek, warming your heart,
And sending you comfort and peace.
If you could hear my fingers tapping nimbly read more »susan brealey
123.** WORDS **
Alpha to omega, read more »ANJALI SINHA
124.Three Limericks, Part 3
There was lad who said: 'Anytime;
Early morn, af'noon or prime time,
This activity's the best
Above all the rest - read more »Comfort Ndlovu
125.Why Do We Need Rules For Poetry?
Why do we need rules for poetry?
Let's make a Haiku with ten lines and one hundred syllables.
Let's make a limerick with ten lines, and not rhyme it.
Let's just do whatever the hell we want to do. read more »Juan Olivarez
126.Write Well, Write Here, Write Now!
I've written at the Dentist's
And at the Doctor's, too,
And I've been known to write my lists
When even at the zoo... read more »Denis Martindale
127.Poetry In Motion
Prose, limericks and acrostics appear by magic on the page
Overtures and symphonies dance like ballerinas on a stage
Emotive words and phrases stain the paper at the stroke of my pen
Trains of thought clatter round my head while I quietly watch a wren read more »Richard Sockett
128.Hummingbird, I Am A..
Perch atop a windmill kick,
You jovial hummingbird.
Hummingbird fly. read more »Windsor Guadalupe Jr
129.Limerick: Once A Woman-Cleanser In Malawi
for Seodi White
Once (a) Woman-Cleanser* in Malawi
Insisted (on) being paid double fee
The dead man made certain read more »T (no first name) Wignesan
130.A Poem Dedicated to Caleb Brennan
There we stood in Limerick town
In some back street and turned around,
Having just come from Mrs. Coffee B&B,
Searching for a road we didn't see. read more »David McLansky
131.Vested interests on chests -new-
Vests be to man what socks be to shoes,
Machismo men may oft opt to choose—
Vested man beats six goons,
A fawning girl as swoons, read more »Aniruddha Pathak
132.In heaven, or hate driven
God bless use-before expiry date,
Marriage knots no more of Pearly plait
Be, but of two short years!
Not being bubbly beers, read more »Aniruddha Pathak