Limerick: poetry challenge.

by Harry

The Limerick.

The challenge is to write a Limerick which is a five-line poem.

Rhymed AABBA.

It is to be witty or humorous and lewd within reason ๐Ÿ™‚

Don’t forget AABBA.

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Bill

Bill

Janet

jgkravitz

Bennetta

Harry

Devina

Debb

Venkat

Venkat

Cyprus girl

Harry

Venkat

Eros

Teasy

Venkat

Christine

Justlovebeingme

Bill

Venkat.

Bennetta.

Fivemsteps

Harry

Bennetta

Bennetta

Venkat

Beth

Charles

Vanket

Charles

Fivemsteps

Christine

Charles

Christine

Iviswa

Charles

Venkat

Iviswa

Harry

Nuvofelt.

Harry.

Tanveer.

TJTherien

Venkat.

C.J.Black.

29 Responses to “Limerick: poetry challenge.”

  1. Can I repost one I put on here in February? I will try and do another but have visitors atm so limited time! ๐Ÿ™‚ you are the rule maker so let me know!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Here’s my shot at a Limerick
    I’ll try my best to be quick
    By having a go
    My trumpet I’ll blow
    It’s ok I’m taking the mick.

  3. Harry, this link you have here for me is actually for the loop challenge. I haven’t written the limerick as yet.

  4. There was a man named Darrow
    He had totally forgot about tomorrow
    So he packed up his things
    and even remembered the rings
    to match the wedding dress his fiancรฉe would sew
    –Debb Stanton

  5. I was wondering why the rhyming scheme looked familiar, ABBA, get it? ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. I Remember When I Could Remember Limerick

  7. A Rosh Hashanah Limerick

    With an over 5000 year evolution,
    Judaism is a dynamic religious institution.
    Not overly dogmatic –
    I find it pragmatic.
    And we get two shots at a New Year’s resolution.

    L’Shona Tova to all

  8. A “Dogs And Cats” Limerick

    Relationships between dogs and cats
    Are more complex than just cartoon spats.
    Iโ€™ve seen acts of affection
    And fearless loyal protectionโ€ฆ
    I wish I could listen in on their chats.

  9. I woke up to her humming a limerick.
    She’s the girl of my dreams; she’s fantastic.
    I stood upright in bed;
    By the sound I was led.
    Did I hear it or was it a night trick?

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