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Poems About: LIMERICK

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  • 13.
    Pair of Limericks

    Serious Limerick:
    'Good day' my lone rosebud of June
    I await your velvety bloom
    Floribunda princess read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 14.
    An Attempt

    I tried in vain attempting on my maiden limerick
    Luck not taking my side and I was feeling sick
    Holding a stick a naughty boy found doing some tricks
    Scolding the boy a haughty man grabbed his stick read more »

    Somanathan Iyer
  • 15.
    Limerick - ' Fly'

    Limerick - 'Fly'
    By godfrey morris

    A fly flew read more »

    Godfrey Morris
  • 16.
    in honor of the city of limerick

    there once was a young man from limerick
    who did his thinking with his dick
    he once used his brain
    and wrote this dreadful refrain read more »

    michael montgomery
  • 17.
    Limerick *

    I’m going to write a limerick,
    To see if I still know the trick.
    And I think that do,
    Guess it’s stuck in like glue. read more »

    Jane Meyer
  • 18.
    The Flu

    A limerick for my family,
    who one and all have abandoned me.
    Left me to deal with this killer-flu,
    my limerick I will share with you; read more »

    cheryl davis miller
  • 19.
    Limericks,1,2 and 3

    Henpecked (Limerick)

    Once out of home, he was very bossy
    Beside his wife, he was a pussy read more »

    Valsa George
  • 20.
    Ahane's Own Mick Mackey

    In his Limerick had a name to celebrate
    Ahane's own Mick Mackey was a hurling great
    Assured of his place in Hurling's Hall of Fame
    In death as in life his a legendary name. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 21.
    She'll Boot Her Commuter-Taken for a Hairy Ride-Tongue Twisters II

    Computing commuters hirsute
    bawdy brutes though in collar and suit,
    who as train hoots toot-toot
    spy true beauty who’s mute, read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 22.

    Homework is always boring for me,
    Im sure most of you can see.
    ''Can you write onomatopoeia? ''
    The sadness of Ethan, read more »

    Azeem AbdulRahim
  • 23.
    Debauched Medicament

    The bacchanal abactor is back again,
    To play his gamewith a beele;
    Drives his hunt away to the unknown,
    This cacogen is wild and rides like a claviform. read more »

  • 24.
    Limerick Lesson One

    A poet named Paul Apicella
    while as prickly as Nelson Mandela
    has politely declared
    that his skill is impaired read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
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