Category Archives: limerick

The best of  our goodwill ‘s already wrecked

Heil , O  Johnson liar and right wing crook I wonder what they’ll write  about you next As you   dictate to us,will we be hooked? The Germans knew their leader wrote a book You may send out vitriol by text. … Continue reading

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What value is x?

Algebra has made  an impression The opposite of a depression What value is X Is it something like Sex? Bring back the days of repression Topology  is hard to explain Rubber sheets,  here’s geometry again Would it be better To … Continue reading

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What fearsome burning God

  How softly sweetly,gently flowers pose Carnation,orchid ,daffodil and rose. For their intricate petals form a shield Yet bees with striped force shall make them yield. Appearances,both natural and contrived, Mixed with the wiles of human nature thrive. As knowing … Continue reading

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Pedantic

I wonder what rhymes with pedantic Without being excessively frantic? I thought of crazed wasps Whose teeth I would floss Yet that is  not really romantic Pedantic seems related  to feet In poetry that might be neat Pedes obscuro Might … Continue reading

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Interfering

There was a young lady from Ealing Who wept upside down on the ceiling When she was asked why She  said , well I cry But gravity keeps interfering.  

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Old and dehydrated folk

  He put a new key in the ignition But  the orifice was damaged past derision So the car failed to start I felt grief in my heart Don’t say no plan came to fruition. The connection  for the radio … Continue reading

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I still want to keep being lovin’.

There was a late woman from Devon Who was still blogging when she got up to heaven When God asked her why She said “Though I died, I still want to keep being lovin’. The angels like laptop computers And … Continue reading

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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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