Valsa George


Limerick.68. A Glutton's Plight - Poem by Valsa George

My neighbour is a real glutton
At a feast, he gobbled much mutton,
besides other meat,
and piles of sweet!
Now his trousers, he can’t button! !

Topic(s) of this poem: limerick


Comments about Limerick.68. A Glutton's Plight by Valsa George

  • Hazel Durham (11/24/2015 4:05:00 PM)


    Funny, entertaining and great rhyming, a perfect Limerick! (Report) Reply

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  • Akhtar Jawad (11/15/2015 10:19:00 PM)


    So he must be looking an aristocrat with a belt around his neck. Enjoyed. By the way, it's not so much good to have such a a deep look at the neighbors. Once I did it and when she entered the gates of her house, I turned back and saw my wife in a very dangerous mood! (Report) Reply

  • Kelly Kurt (11/14/2015 10:53:00 AM)


    That's why I wear sweat pants with an elastic waist.: -)
    Very funny, Valsa. Thanks
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  • (11/14/2015 7:44:00 AM)


    when a glutton goes to a feast he must wear a belt
    thanks Valsa
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  • Souren Mondal (11/14/2015 4:54:00 AM)


    Poor man should have fasted for a few days before he ate that much.. It might have made some space in there: p

    Thank you for the poem and the gigle ma'am..
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  • Pijush Biswas (11/14/2015 4:32:00 AM)


    Very interesting.
    A neighbour who eats much often gobbles much mutton when a feast is arranged, afterwards can't button of his trousers.

    like this
    thanks
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  • Mohammed Asim Nehal (11/14/2015 4:30:00 AM)


    Ha ha ha...Show off is always dangerous and one should control it nice humour....Liked it. (Report) Reply

  • Kumarmani Mahakul (11/14/2015 4:01:00 AM)


    Interesting to get fun in giggling. He can not button the trouser in such a fun motive. Amazing drafting shared again...10 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 14, 2015



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