WES Vogler

Gold Star - 83,963 Points (May 3 1930 / Vancouver BC Canada)

(limerick) Snakes And The Ark - Poem by WES Vogler

The snakes left the ark down the ladders
For relief. (Do they have any bladders?)
Noah smiled, gave a bow:
'Go and multiply now.'
'Oh, we cannot do that, sir, we're adders.'

(even I like this one please rate)

Topic(s) of this poem: funny

Form: Limerick

Comments about (limerick) Snakes And The Ark by WES Vogler

  • Bri Edwards (10/11/2016 12:25:00 PM)

    WHO is 'saying': (even I like this one please rate) ? ? God? ?

    don't you like ALL that you submit, Wes? ?

    i like this one also. ok, i'll even rate it though it is not my habit to rate, other than with my written comments!
    BUT, you DID say please. SO, i gave it a 9, without reading it again. i subtracted one point for 'my trouble'!

    well, being snakes and having a cloaca, as birds do, i believe, with the 'urine' and 'shit' coming out mixed together somewhat, i DO wonder also: DO snakes have bladders? ? ? ?

    i am now reading an English murder mystery about a murder in the Cotswalds, 'done' using a bag of adders tied over the victim's head! [an agatha raisin mystery]
    as a book store proprietor, retired, perhaps you know of the series? i did not.

    you've had three very fine poets leave comments; now you'll have FOUR! ! !

    to MyPoemList.

    bri :)

    p.s. i couldn't help myself: ...............but i DID 'help myself' to this:

    The nitrogenous wastes of reptiles are in the form of ammonia, urea, uric acid, or a combination of these. Crocodilians, snakes, and some lizards do not have a urinary bladder. In chelonians and those lizards with a bladder, it is connected to the cloaca by a short urethra.
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  • Kim Barney (10/9/2016 3:16:00 PM)

    This is one of the best ever. Going on my favorites list for sure! A ten! (Report) Reply

  • (5/13/2016 10:17:00 AM)

    Bible's full o them talkin snakes. I had two. Too stupid to be adders. they'd swallow anything.
    Tom Billsborough
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    Wes Vogler (5/13/2016 3:05:00 PM)

    I found my strength, old jokes in limerick form, with this one. Been having a great time ever since.

  • Kelly Kurt (10/30/2015 10:07:00 PM)

    Great stuff, Wes. Keep them coming. You have my un'divided' attention. (Report) Reply

    Wes Vogler (10/31/2015 3:01:00 AM)

    This is one of my favourites. An old punnish joke in limerick form. ta Kelly

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 30, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 11, 2015

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