A Limerick or 6

There was a man from Lincoln
Who couldn’t stop from blinking
Started wearing an eye pad
It made him feel glad
Now looks like he’s always winking.
~~~
There are many poet on Word Press,
Who write many a word to address,
Bad human actions,
Natures reactions
Or do they just want to impress?
~~~
Of governments who tend to forget,
It is to late acting based on regret.
Actions with no thought
Their public’s distraught
Elections, new visions, don’t you bet!

~~~
Oh there was a young lady called Liz.
Who could not mind her own biz
No I’m only joking
Laughing, I’m choking
For I bet as a friend she’s a wiz!
~~~
Once knew a young lass called Judy
She was in the police always on duty
But when she was off
She was just a bit posh
But very good at twerkin her booty
~~~
just in case there’s a bit of an ado
that Judy, don’t sue for it wasn’t you
she was really a Mary
she worked in a dairy
but good at twerkin her booty too
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© Mick E Talbot 2017/66

Liz

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8 thoughts on “A Limerick or 6”

    1. Yeah me too, 🙂 Used to, along with my army buddie, singing them as individuals the everybody singing a chorus of “That was a lovely song, sing us another one, just like the other one, sing us another one do”,
      Oh there was a young lady called Liz.
      Who could not mind her own biz
      No I’m only joking
      Laughing, I’m choking
      For I bet as a friend your a wiz!
      Now all together…
      That was a lovely song, sing us another one, just like the other one, sing us another one do.

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    1. Many thanks Judy

      Once knew a young lass called Judy
      She was in the police always on duty
      But when she was off
      She was just a bit posh
      But very good at twerkin her booty

      just in case there’s a bit of an ado
      that Judy, don’t sue for it wasn’t you
      she was really a Mary
      she worked in a dairy
      but good at twerkin her booty too

      A limerick or 6

      Mick

      Liked by 1 person

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