There once was a tourist named Clark. On vacation he chose to embark. When his GPS died, He drove into the tide, And had to get help from a shark. I don’t normally recommend asking sharks for directions but this one proved to be helpful.
It is possible to go too far. There once was a woman named Jean. She did nothing but vacuum and clean. She scrubbed the walls and the floor, Until her house was no more, And nothing of it could be seen.
Sree was allergic to cake, To be near one was a mistake. When temptation came, He could not refrain, And he’d end up with a nasty outbreak.
Andrew was stuck in a meeting. That was nothing but endless repeating. He attempted to stay, But did not have all day. So he ended up just retreating.
An oppressive and unceasing rain, Was driving this writer insane. Though she chose this battle, When she moved to Seattle, It’s not something she’d do again.
An octopus needing some tea, Ventured away from the sea. But the price of a chai, Was four dollars too high, So she went home and made some for free.
A terrier covered in flour, Refused to step into the shower. A burglar he’d fight, The mailman he’d bite. But from water he’d run off and cower.
Bill was both cruel and naive. And stayed up all night Christmas Eve. His cunning plan, was to catch the fat man. But Bill’s family was destined to grieve.
There was a landscaper named Shawn, Who cherished his beautiful lawn. The sprawling green rug, Made him feel pretty smug. Though any semblance of nature was gone. What’s a dandelion or two? There might be more than two on my lawn… Actually, I don’t really have a lawn, I have dandelions and dirt. Is thisContinue reading “Thursday Limerick: The Natureless Lawn”
There once was a fellow named Paul. Scary posters covered his hall. He was so very keen, On getting to Halloween, That he wished it could always be Fall. There are two kinds of people in the world: those who wear flip-flops until November, and those who put out pumpkins in July. Which kind areContinue reading “Thursday Limerick: Halloween”