Valsa George


Limerick.69. False Teeth - Poem by Valsa George

There was an old man in Plymouth
Who had a set of false teeth
Once when he ate,
A piece of tough meat
His fake teeth fell off his mouth!

Topic(s) of this poem: limerick


Comments about Limerick.69. False Teeth by Valsa George

  • Rajnish Manga (11/17/2016 5:34:00 AM)


    Lovely poem. Enjoyed reading it. We need to extract as much humour as possible out of a Limerick. So, I don't think one should be a purist all the time. (Report) Reply

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  • Akhtar Jawad (12/5/2015 4:31:00 AM)


    Interesting, he should have taken mince meat. (Report) Reply

  • Kumarmani Mahakul (11/30/2015 5:40:00 PM)


    Very interesting and fun giving Limerick drafted very wisely is definitely meaningful and this expresses wise humor. False teeth fall on mouth is amazing.10 (Report) Reply

  • Paul Brookes (11/30/2015 1:13:00 AM)


    I liked the idea of this and it was clever but not a true limerick the first two lines should rhyme and the second two as well with the last line rhyming with the first eg

    There was an old man from Leith
    Who had a set of false teeth
    but when when he ate meat
    he found it a such a feat
    For a piece always went underneath

    Not a brilliant example but it gives you the idea. However it was a valiant effort never the lass
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    Rajnish Manga Rajnish Manga (11/17/2016 5:28:00 AM)

    Yes, never the lass. I enjoy humour on both sides of the poem.

    Valsa George Valsa George (11/30/2015 1:33:00 AM)

    I appreciate your improvisation..... Thanks so much Paul!

  • Mohammed Asim Nehal (11/30/2015 1:12:00 AM)


    Falsehood is bound to perish one day....Nice limerick, As usual. (Report) Reply

  • Alice Perfect (11/30/2015 1:04:00 AM)


    there once was a WOMAN who drove a Plymouth,
    she went off the bridge
    and now
    she swimeth
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    Valsa George Valsa George (11/30/2015 1:14:00 AM)

    Ha... ha! Sad that so far no one has rescued her!

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 30, 2015



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