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Snarky Maths: ALimerick

Norman Concrete possessed a talking spleenWhose patter was clever rather than clean.He answered Mark, a bit of a joker,Who accused our hero of being mediocre:‘I may be average, but at least I’m not mean.’

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A saucy postcard and a Limerick

As a child, I had a summer holiday every year at my Gran’s house on the north Kent coast at Herne Bay. It had all you could want as a holiday destination: a beach, albeit mostly made up of stones, … Continue reading

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A Thought… #limerick

The Right Reverend Dean of Dundalk Liked to help newly weds with ‘The Talk’. ‘Now don’t you go bragging, For a weekend of shagging Will leave you both unable to walk…’

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Limericks #limericks #poetry #poems

Some you may have seen before, some I’ve published elsewhere, some are new. See which is your fav… When Percival Troon ate a curry His bowels turned good food to slurry With indecent haste He began to lay waste To … Continue reading

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Limericks Encore…

Prompted by Lance, here… While sunning herself by the NileQueen Cleo reminisced with a smileShe said to a flunky‘That Mark Anthony’s hunky…Do we have him perchance on speed dial?’

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Limerickery…

I thought I’d write a few more… When Percival Troon ate a curry His bowels turned good food to slurry With indecent haste He began to lay waste To Hampshire and large parts of Surrey * Last night, to the … Continue reading

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When You Don’t Pay Your Bills

Norris Bonge, a builder from Penge Wasn’t paid for installing a henge. He turned to the Druid Saying: ‘My terms are quite fluid,’ As he peed on the stones in revenge.

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Christmas/New Year Limericks #poetry

As parents we parrot the mantra ‘Be good or you’ll miss out on Santa’. But they know we’ll regret Making good on our threat By morphing from angel to gangster. * Annually we solemnly resolveOur past crimes to try and … Continue reading

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Dotty Doggerel #poetry #poems

I’ve penned some nonsense recently which I thought I’d share as we plunge into lockdown. It may amuse or instigate a groan… Limericks Being part troll, Jane was excessively hairy Which sad to relate made her naturally scary. She tried … Continue reading

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Lockdown Limerick

Courtesy of Esther Chilton’s prompt (this week ‘zoom’) With zoom, we’ve begun to obsess,on the question of how we should dress.Do we wear full regalia?Or bare genitalia?Face to face, there was never this stress. And for Dog lovers…

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