Poems About: LIMERICK
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
There was a young lady in bed,
who had limericks stuck in her head,
she tossed and she turned,
and eventually learned, read more »Sarah E Williams
To write a limerick you see
requires some insanity.
Just think of a word
something you have heard read more »Amber Peterson
63.Limerick: Once A Viscountess In A Mess
Limerick: Once A Viscountess In A Mess
Once a Viscountess in a mess
Tried in vain to extricate dress read more »T (no first name) Wignesan
64.Limerick: Once A Delicious Hen Fed On Rice-Sticks
for Delysia Hendricks, with many, many thanks
Once a delicious hen fed on rice-sticks
Loved gorging herself on limericks read more »T (no first name) Wignesan
North Korea's first family
Are dictators who like to write
Their feelings down in poetry,
Some deep thoughts penned of their birthright. read more »Ima Ryma
Once there was a group of bored nuns.
Adventurous, they were seeking fun.
And then, one Sunday—freeing—
The nuns all went a skiing. read more »Walterrean Salley
Limericks are quite strange, don't you think?
The way they tend to trample and tink?
Enigmatic they are,
Quite aways from afar, read more »James Roberts
68.A Limerick...... [a limerick, as i 'see' it; very SHORT, of course]
A Limerick is a lighthearted poem.
If I knew who wrote first one, I’d owe ‘im.
Such beauty and grace,
like a movie star’s face, read more »Bri Edwards
69.For the master of limericks
This poem is for a man from England
a man with talented mind and hands
he is the father of limericks
so powerful and not weak read more »Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)
70.A blouse that wows
She just saw well fitting sporty blouse,
The school: ill attention of full house;
This was the teachers’ take:
It’s all for students’ sake, read more »Aniruddha Pathak
71.Take melons by gallons
We have had muskmelon and mogra1,
War weapons to wean from Viagra;
Forget now the old grind,
Not ripe red pulp, poor rind, read more »Aniruddha Pathak
72.The Guiding Spirit
Humans in heart’s hollow have a spirit
That should lead them thru life’s lanes, grey, unlit,
Telling well nigh what they should do,
Warning against what they might rue; read more »Aniruddha Pathak