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Limerick - Old Lady from Fowey.

There was an old lady from Fowey*

Who wished she had been born a boy;

Tom as her name;

Playing the rough-tumble game;

But, as Cindy she was purely a toy. 6 more words

Poetry

Limerick - Lady from Tring.

There was a young lady from Tring

who just didn’t rhyme with a thing;

she was rather upset,

so she phoned up a vet;

who examined her knees in Peking*. 13 more words

Poetry

When Limericks Go Wrong!

The luminosity of flamingoes

was never in question;

being down to their prawn-based

culinary predilection;

but, is it right

they glow at night;

or, upon reflection, is it just hearsay?

Poetry

Daylight Saving

My Sunday’s I like to spend resting

And enjoy filling my food craving

But the clock says half past eight

And it’s already getting late

Because of goddamn daylight saving

Poem

Limerick: Orthodontist

At the orthodontist office

My kids’ smiles will be flawless

And the staff is so kind

But they never remind

How much this is killing my wallet

Poem

Limerick: Modern Dating

It’s never been easy to date

There’s lots of decisions to make

But now if the date goes crappy

And she wakes up unhappy

She’ll accuse you of engaging in rape

Poem

The Colleen Bawn - Murder on the Shannon

Born into a Limerick farming family in 1803, Ellen Hanley’s life was snuffed out in a cold, calculated murder at only fifteen years of age. 799 more words

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