Poems About: LIMERICK
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- carpe diem
On June the eight in the year 03 the champion blue brindled greyhound from Millstreet Town
Mountleader Rolf owned by Daniel and Geraldine O Mahony raced his way into renown
By winning the St Ledger Classic for his proud owners a great night
The son of Smooth Rumble and Mountleader Diva had his backers cheering loudly in delight. read more »Francis Duggan
26.Alankar (Decor) -16
On Falling Down(Limerick)
The Limerick is:
a poem in 5 lines, a pentastich.
metered verse written in anapestic patterns. L1, L2 and L5 are trimeter (3 metric feet) and L3 and L4 are dimeter (2 metric feet) . (anapest = da da DUM or u-u-S = unstressed, unstressed, stressed syllables.) read more »Indira Renganathan
A LIMERICK read more »Steven B Taylor
28.Limericks of South African Towns and Place Names
To start with:
A limerick writer's a fighter
His rhymes must be tauter and tighter read more »Margaret Kollmer
29.Cat and Dog
A cat and dog were at play.
Then the dog got tired—in a way.
The cat seemed to miss the cue
And held onto its playful view. read more »Walterrean Salley
30.There Was a Little Boy
There was a little boy
Whose name was D. J. Roy
The world stopped turning yesterday
Just so he could laugh and play read more »Walterrean Salley
Roses are red
Violets are blue
These rhymes make no sense
But sound good they do read more »Adam Holmes
There was a mosquito the other day
That buzzed as he went along the way.
He stung me on a whim.
I jumped and swat at him, read more »Walterrean Salley
33.The Girl who never said Yes
The girl of his dreams was sweet Bess,
For Bess was ahead of the rest read more »Joyce Hemsley
Once two brothers lived in a cave;
Poor were they with nothing to save.
But, somehow, their luck
A HUGE fortune struck! read more »Walterrean Salley
35.Two Old Ladies
Once two old ladies lived together.
They were friends in every weather.
Though they fussed,
And though they cussed, read more »Walterrean Salley
36.A Hopping Soul
There was a rabbit that had no home;
Such hopping soul could only roam.
Where ever he’d pass,
He'd eat of the grass. read more »Walterrean Salley