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Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: tribute,

The Sweetheart Of The Soup



Charmaine my love, you're the sweetheart of the Soup Everyone adores you including this nincompoop If you ever leave So many would grief Probably thousands would leave including this old coot © Jack Ellison 2015

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Poem Details | by Euginia Liapich |
Categories: chocolate, cry, death, grief, happiness, joy, sweet,

Salty and sweet limerick

Is it sweet or salty or sour?
Brimming with happiness or always dour?
Prancing, living with gaiety
Or waiting for a guillotine 
Now standing forever to scour?


Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: fantasy,

LIMERICK

There was an old leprechaun chief,
His haemorrhoids caused him some grief,
So he cussed and he swore
That his butt was so sore,
And wiped with a soft shamrock leaf.

For Andrea’s limerick contest


Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: funny,

The Calcium Thief

A badgering wife caused her husband such grief,
Each time she did he ground his teeth,
Over the years his teeth become
Nothing but stumps upon his gum,
His friends all called her, 'the calcium thief.'



Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: angst, bereavement, dark, death, funeral, goodbye, grief,

The East End, Ends

It's goodbye to mad Frankie Fraser The East Ends gangster appraiser So loyal to the Kray's To his very last day One the Sixties ultimate erasures .


Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor,

Deep Thinker

There was an eligible undertaker
Who married a trouble-maker.
She gave him such grief
He desperately sought relief.
So he forthwith did under take her.


Poem Details | by POET. UNDERTAKER |
Categories: humor,

Silly Lilly


Once there was a miss by name Lilly,
Imitates to make others appear silly.
Pent-up feeling unleashed,
my pain of rejection eased.
Bloody Lilly, no good griefVery very silly!


Poem Details | by David Fisher |
Categories: food, funny,

Linus and Hummus

Charlie Brown offered his pal Linus
Food that Lucy said was the finest
She said it was Hummus
Charlie you’re the dumbest
Good grief, that stuff came from her sinus


For L&H Limerick contest


Poem Details | by Chantelle Anne Cooke |
Categories: beach, death, grief, i miss you, moon, ocean,

Lunar-rick

Tonight, I view the lovely full moon,
near the ocean on a lonely sand dune,
with memories of my only true love,
who is watching me from far above.
My only solace is a haunting tune.


Poem Details | by Wol Bol |
Categories: addiction, africa, black african american, body, care, fantasy, grief,

Keel

I understand and respect the way you feel.
I know a desire to be sexy is your freewheel.
you eat once a day...since May you never betray.
keep holding on just for more few days and you will be a keel.
 by: 2clean #Limerick


Poem Details | by stephen pennell |
Categories: fun,

The unhappy elf

There once was a green Irish elf
Who was an old miserable get
who didn't like the Guinness
And was married to a Mrs 
Who just loved to give, Male elves grief  





comp entry 18032016


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

I Do Belieth



In a land far away lived a fairy named Bernice Not a typical name for a fairy, I do belieth How about that Sir John John I just wave my magic wand wand Words magically rhyme without any grief © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: lovelove,

Kissing Suzanne

My first love was called Sue Heather,
I thought I’d love her forever.
We kissed and came to grief:
With braces on her teeth,
She stapled my lips together.


Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: funny

Lucky Indian

Indian met white man at the docks.
Taught him to plant corn and shared his flocks.
White man gave disease and grief,
Stole his lands like common thief.
Indian lucky to keep his mocs.

Tenth place


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

Mike's Briefs



There's a lady I know by the name of Carol She lives with a Dragon at her very own peril He's caused her grief By burning Mike's briefs It's a good thing her Dragon is sterile © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: grief,

Swimmies In My Broth



The cleaning ladies are here, oh boy! We'll soon get through the rubble, oh joy! Perhaps a bomb went off There's swimmies in my broth Doing the backstroke and loudly yelling ahoy! © Jack Ellison 2016


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: grief,

Admonished Today



Was admonished today on another site Basically for my humour, she took a swipe Offensive she claimed Smart remarks I'm blamed Well loved by many, still winning in spite


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: grief,

The Lowly Mosquito



The most dangerous critter is the lowly mosquito Spreading nasty germs round the world, my amigos Need to squish them flat With a swat and a splat Watch for blood and guts all over your chemise-o


Poem Details | by Michelle Faulkner |
Categories: depression, longing, missing, nature, rain, snow,

Winter Gray

This winter has brought unrelenting gray
Unlit gray sky is all I've seen for days
Gray snow a relief
From gray rain's dank grief
Hurry, springtime - make the gray go away!

1/6/19

for Same Word Winter Limerick contest
Sponsor: charles messina


Poem Details | by Funom Makama |
Categories: absence, betrayal, break up, funny love, future, grief, lost love,

I was the better Man

His suits and empires made it so swift
from afar all you saw was his mid-rift
with me you were glowing
our future was moving
from his dark pit, you now expect a lift.


Poem Details | by connie pachecho |
Categories: betrayal, grief, hyperbole,

He Found A Cubic Zirconia In The Rough

He Found A Cubic Zirconia In The Rough


he sat at the bar looking over at her tee
in bold letters it read catch and release me
after a few drinks he was game
closing on the brink of her flame
his shrank as she imparted a handling fee

connie pachecho

4/12/17


Poem Details | by Md Shahadat Hossain |
Categories: anger, grief, humorous, lost,

Foolishness

There was a man from Nilkhet,
He used to put his money into his pocket.
While he was working at his store,
He heard someone nocked on his door,
He didn't know how did he pick pocket!


Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: beauty, dad, grief, jealousy, sister,

ZELDA



I once knew a frightful witch named Zelda
She resented bitterly her Dada
   There was no denying
   No use even trying
All good looks went to Sis Esmerelda



posted on October 28, 2018


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: heart,

Heart Monitor



Wearing a heart monitor is annoying at the least Aware of it's function, gives an indication of heart grief Whether healthy of not Free of nasty blood clots Annoying, but could indicate a life long yummy feast


Poem Details | by connie pachecho |
Categories: grief, relationship,

She put a stop to his hop

She put a stop to his hop

She finally stopped him from crossing her bridge
Always on his terms, as he made his way to her fridge
He cared only about filling his own plate
As he ate her food, got his fill, got sate
She at last closed her doors to his ways to her porridge