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.
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 once was a middle aged witch, Who got a rebellious twitch, She sold her old broom,For a car that went vroom. And then drove herself into a ditch.
I asked my four year old what to write a limerick about today. She said: “Pumpkin eating skeletons.” Here you go: They say skeletons are scary,And when passing one, you should be wary,But a skeleton’s only goal,Is to eat pumpkins whole.They seldom leave the cemetery. *Correction: I read this to my four-year-old and she toldContinue reading “Thursday Limerick: The Skeleton”