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Limericks - a collection

posted Feb 28, 2011, 3:59 AM by Yola Plumblossom   [ updated Sep 10, 2011, 1:59 PM by Peppy Bristlebrush ]
Do you like these short, witty rhymes called limericks? Well, here you can find some examples by several authors.
And ofcourse you can send in your own, self-made limerick! Send it to Peppy or Byronbrand.                                 


A number of limericks by Poffo Honeydew on a seperate page.

Rufferick
In the North lives a dog who's called Ruff,
he is bright and can do lots of stuff.
Now this Ruff is so clever,
there's a lad swearing never
to play cards with a dog that can bluff.

Tibba

Linarick
There once was a lass from up North,
who the bagpipes strongly abhorred.
When she heard but a peep,
she would cry out and weep,
till peace was once more restored.

Tibba

Now Hobbits like hearing good stories
Of heroes, and treasures and glory
But I don't have the time
So intead here's a rhyme
About the young lass Miss Amorey!

Simbo

When she starts to recite we all cheer.
With all lim'ricks she makes in a year
you could fill up a pack.
Daphnea sent a whole stack,
so she gets her own section right here.

Yola

Announced is a concert for Buckland.
It will be the first of many in Breeland.
The strollers will play,
but from the Shire away.
 And starting they will play at Golden perch friday'

Maryelle


I once was misled by a fibber
With lies that made me stand and jibber
But much later that day
My bad mood went away
At seeing the dancing Miss Tibba!

Simbo
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