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Poem Details | by Jimmy Anderson |
Categories: animals, music, song-lyric

Zebra Star

There once was a zebra from China.
Who liked to sing songs in D minor.
    His voice was the rage
    When they put him on stage.
He rode out of town a headliner!

For Deborah Guzzi's Limerick II Contest

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Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: appreciation,


I noticed today that Ol' Jack
had papers that formed a huge stack
ever one had a lyric, that was slightly satiric
that certainly showed us his knack

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun, tribute,

Dave's Never Crass

He calls himself Lyric Man but his name is Dave Wood If you haven't checked him out yet then maybe you should He's a poet with class Dave's never crass But if he thought he'd get away with it, he definitely would! © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Stephen Parker |
Categories: holiday, love, parody

Fabricated Charm

Token love tendered with a cheap card
Bartered lyric from a trite bard
Gilded, fabricated charm
Brokered, pretentious smarm
Words, symbols to treasure then disregard

Poem Details | by Punnia Viswan Bhatia |
Categories: poems, poetry,


Read about limerick
They call me maverick
Surfing for words and lexicon
Those rhyme and flow head-on
And here is my lyric


Poem Details | by Nehpets Gnik |
Categories: friendship, fun,

Lyric Man Disillusioned Me

Dee said she loved me I was pleased 
She wanted me I was relieved
But Dee let me down
I felt like a clown
Turned down to be a man I peeved

Poem Details | by Mahtab Bangalee |
Categories: writing,

Drowsy Gabbling

sleeping mood brings anomalous rhyme
dreamy night embraces me with chime 
lyric songs of the dawn 
bite the sleep with adorn 
drowsy gabbling mimes dithering time

-January 28, 2020 Chattogram

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

My Limericks Short and Sweet

My Limericks Short and Sweet

Like each lyric to be short and sweet;
Where my mind with them may meet;
All completed;
Nothing deleted;
Started writing new one on next sheet.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Christopher Delegans |
Categories: mystery,

A Shadow's Flight

You’re an odd lyric 

An improvised schtick 

Lost in departure 

Own drum marcher 

Vanishing quick