Category Archives: limerick

Gravity disgraced

There was a young lady from Ealing Who slept upside down on the ceiling When she was asked how She said I don’t know I stood on my head and I’m reeling There was a young lady from Ealing Who … Continue reading

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I shall milk the cow

My right hand is painful today   I can’t join my hands up to pray But rest assured now I shall milk  the cow That we bought yesterday on eBay   This voice  typing is  good on the whole  I … Continue reading

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Integrity

Integrity, what does it mean? Whole, with no sin hid unseen? We know we can trust’em, Because they confessed’em. Integrity, the truth is what’s seen

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As for meter, she thought it was gas

She said she was writing free verse Trying to be pointed but terse. But the rhymes kept on appearing So  she gave then a hearing And she copied them all, which is worse! As for meter, she thought it was gas … Continue reading

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He downsized to a house in Beirut

My doctor was n’t highly astute He downsized to a  house in Beirut He said he was deaf But nevertheless A chauffeur was hard to recruit. My dentist came from  Judea  last year But we call it the West Bank … Continue reading

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The Social Contract is crumbling away

  The Social Contract is crumbling away A little or   lot every day Without full consent Great Britain is rent Into fragments  in all shades of grey.   Governments may appear to be strong That kind of thinking is … Continue reading

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