Limerick Poems About Mite | Mite Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Lindsay Laurie |
Categories: humor,

Gluttony

Two garden snails met by the way,
and one of them had this to say;
“Last night I did manage,
to eat half a cabbage,
now I feel a mite ‘sluggish’ today”.

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Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: dance,

Limerick: Once Schuhmacher-Shoemaker from Brazilia

Limerick : Once Schuhmacher/Shoemaker from Brazilia

Once Schuhmacher/Shoemaker from Brazilia
Made a shoe shaped like the Ark of Noah
Birds and beasts of forests
Fought acarien* pests
Till toes itched: that’s how Man danced the Salsa!

* mite

© TWignesan – Paris, 2014



Poem Details | by Lisle Ryder |
Categories: bible, christian, gospel, poverty, religious,

Widow's mite

When the rich made gifts to the Temple
two coins from a widow did resemble
   all that she had
   to keep herself clad,
while the rich gave from wealth that was ample.

Luke 21.1-4


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: humor,

The Gentleman

Her bra straps were a mite too tight
Her breasts looked like they had a fight
He kissed them better
Found a French letter
And did his best to make things right