I'm not really sure what I should write, I just feel like writing. free writing sounds good. I'll do that.
something is coming. I feel it in my bones. things are changing, and I...
a girl from the choir named Kim
worked out every day at the gym;
"I'm not flabby nor fat,
and it's nothing like that;
I just want to be in shape to meet Him."
"I guess you could say I'm a fool,"
said the Irishman, Mickey O'Toole,
"my life in the pub
making sounds like 'glub, glub',
was corollary to warming a stool."
a new age young woman named Violet,
decided to become a test pilot,
"the speed of the thing
is what makes my bell ring,
and no one else here dare revile it."
By Way of Explanation
I've posted dozens of limericks over the past week or so of a very wide range of quality. I just go ahead and post almost all limericks I write, simply...
Post a writing challenge and see what amazing responses come. :)
THIS IS A STORY I WROTE A WHILE BACK BUT WANT TO CONTINUE WRITING IN THIS HOME BREWED UNIVERSE.
This is the world built on the ashes of the past. Like the great phoenix it...
a fool put his memoir in writing,
that the old days were much more exciting;
those days weren't so far,
when in the back of a car
with his pal's new bride so inviting.
Four Limericks for a Bad Poet
an anonymous poet named Sage
cried out in a frustrated rage,
"I don't understand,
I wrote as I'd planned,
but my verses lie flat on the page."
Second day in a row! I had four hot dogs leftover from yesterday's stuffing, so of course I had to eat them all in one sitting. But four hotdogs is kinda lame, more of a snack than...
We need to talk.
I need to tell you about my day; whether it was good or bad. I need to tell you about the petty things that happened. Things such as which doctor...
I want the kinkier side
when I settle down with my bride;
I like a bit sick,
I like a bit thick,
to whip to a championship ride.
a gal who came out of the west
said, "oh, I don't like them depressed;
I treat my young boys
like a boxful of toys;
they rattle, and then I do the rest."
Seven Limericks on Little Lucy
Little Lucy just liked to get stoned,
but she didn't like to do it alone;
she'd assemble the gals,
who were all her best pals,
and arrange a...
Two Limericks on Art
she said, "I don't like anything soft."
she laughed just a little and coughed.
he asked, "you like art?"
she replied, "yes, just for a start"
said he, I've...
I'm on the other side of the glass watching everything I love pass by me
I can't reach out
And no one can hear me
Those who do stop and look at me like I'm some sick source of...
Oh I wish I could write! I used to try when I was younger, but my mind wanders here and wanders there. I can focus externally like a laser for hours on end, but trying to follow a...
We love then we loose...
Most of the time she loves and he hates.
She wishes she could go back to when try both love.
She tries, he doesn't, he tries she doesn't.
Why can't this...
I got inspired to write poems from this guy recently.. And now I seem to like it. Tell me what you think:
I saw him yesterday
as quiet as a dead bird
and he spoke words
there once was an old man from Metz,
who treated his children like pets;
his wife said, "Come on,
the kids are long gone,
and you're still as dumb as it gets."
there was a young lady named Morse,
whose boyfriend was well-hung, of course;
at night when she came
as she screamed out his name,
she moaned, "It's like riding a horse!"
a fine baseball pitcher named Holder
said, "I know that when I get older,
the fans will be gone,
but I'll die like a swan,
with an unending pain in my shoulder."
politicians are, so I've heard,
never left without a sly word.
I'd like to meet one, one day,
with nothing to say,
but ach! the notion's absurd!
a randy young nurse named Moncrieff,
told her patients, ``it is my belief,
if you`ve something to prove,
he who makes the first move,
is most likely to find some relief.``
Two Limericks on a Quiet Man
there was a young man who had nothing to say,
who sat back in his chair 'cause he liked it that way.
no one paid attention,
until someone mentioned...
a student from the highlands named Ward,
claimed he was perpetually bored;
I asked his conjecture
about yesterday's lecture,
he said, "I liked it so much that I snored."
the Callaghan girls were obese,
the four of them all walked like geese;
in defence their mom said,
"my girls are well fed,
but then there's my cute ton of niece."
he said, "I like meat on the bone,
don't want a girl under ten stone;
I don't want the skinny,
the waif or the thinny;
we'll work it off when we're alone."
Gian Gomeshi said, "I like it rough,
so I want a woman who's incredibly tough;
I'll wrestle and wrangle,
I'll choke and I'll strangle;
I want a woman who won't say, "Enough...
the men that she met were all losers,
who seemed more like beggars than choosers;
she wanted to wed,
so she pointedly said,
"and don't send me boozers or cruisers."
the cougar went out to the pub
to see if she could find a fresh cub;
she looked them all over,
like lambs in the clover,
then, choosing, said "I hope he's a sub."
when Dana went home with her date,
she thought, "oh, I hope he can't wait.
I'm feeling so randy
I'll eat him like candy,
then spit him back out on the plate."
a floozy named Susie once said,
"I like a good crowd in my bed;
I treat them all sickly,
and sort them out quickly,
then keep those with that look of dread."
the hunchback just liked to ring bells,
to rouse the lost souls in their cells,
then send the elite
to an end that was sweet,
battened down in their own private hells.
the arrogant businessman, Black,
created so much business flack,
his home was a cell,
and we all laughed like hell,
when he said that he wanted to come back.
there are many who like to play cricket,
who think that that game's just the ticket;
the rest of us doubt
what the scoring's about,
and what do they mean, "sticky wicket?"