Poems About: LIMERICK
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313.Just Another Limerick
There once was a copper named Drake,
he was searching the board for a snake
but the snake stuck around
and was thus never found. read more »Herbert Nehrlich
314.Limerick For Sherrie
While the masses, like auburn-eyed cattle
were engrossed in their meaningless prattle.
An opponent stood tall
with much spunk, all in all read more »Herbert Nehrlich
315.Limbo Limerick - Parody Conrad AIKEN - Limberick
“It is time to make hay, love’s a’brim,
Though no sun shines a son’s lines no whim!
Let our stars spin together,
for fair future we’ll weather read more »Jonathan ROBIN
316.Limerick To Grace The Forum
There once was a vermin named Herrmann,
his uncle was General Sherman.
Said the general 'well,
send these poets to hell read more »Herbert Nehrlich
A surgeon called Stanislav Slaughter
took his blond anorexic young daughter
to a pigs' knuckle feast
(yes, the pig was deceased) read more »Herbert Nehrlich
There was an old from Newberry
He daughter's name was Kerry
She left at night
And broke the light read more »Bry Caldwell
319.A Limerick Collection (26)
An aging, cantankerous Jew
thought the blood in his body was blue.
Said his Aryan friend
'it's most likely a blend, read more »Herbert Nehrlich
He was known as the local Brownbagger,
in his belt he had hidden a dagger.
As an industry rep
bribing was a small step read more »Herbert Nehrlich
321.Ginkgo Biloba (Limerick)
The Indians of Manitoba
grew acres of Ginkgo Biloba.
but the squaws had a taste
made it into a paste read more »Herbert Nehrlich
322.Jerry The Limerick
He has grown, in the clinic, a beard
but the stubbles are rough and much feared
by the soft, peachy skin
of both cheeks and her chin, read more »Herbert Nehrlich
323.Everyone Loves a Limerick
There was a hot lady from Humber.
Who taught her sugar daddy how to rumba!
As he moved his hips
he no doubt had his chips read more »sylvia spencer
324.Limerick 5 (Thin Lucy O'Finner)
His sister, called Lucy O'Finner,
Grew constantly thinner and thinner;
The reason was plain,
She slept out in the rain, read more »Shadigo Claws