Monday, September 21, 2009

The Queen's Meme: The Loud and Raucous Poetry Meme

Thanks to the queen herself, Mimi, for giving me a jolt to get me out of my funk. This week's meme is a fill in the blank with some crazy limerick action!

Blanks are highlighted in bold blue ink.

1.There was an Old Man of the sea,
Who lived upon bread, jam, and tea;
When that did not quench,
He took his mate's wench,
That nasty Old Man of the sea.

2. There was a Young Lady whose eyes,
Were unique as to color and size;
When she opened them wide,
People all turned to hide,
And started away in surprise.


3. There was a Young Lady of Moore,
Who casually sat on a door;
When the door squeezed her tit,
She exclaimed, 'Holy shit!'
This courageous Young Lady of Moore.

4.There was an Old Man with a cane,
Who bumped at it each walking lane;
But they called out, 'Don't pass!
You're a horrid old ass!'
So they smashed that Old Man with a crane.



5. There was a Young Lady whose laces,
Came untied when the birds sate on faces;
But she said: 'I don't care!
All the birds in the lair
Are welcome to sit on my graces!'



6. There was an Old Man of Westfair,
Who never knew what he should wear;
So he tore off his shirt,
And behaved like a flirt,
That intrinsic Old Man of Westfair.


7. There was an Old Man of Mirth,
Who had the most curious girth;
For while he was fat,
He slept on a cat.
That funny Old Man of Mirth.

4 comments:

Finding Pam said...

Your limericks were fantastic, but #3 was hilarious!

Mimi Lenox said...

You are soooo good at this.
The Old Man of Westfair is my favorite and "slept on a cat."

You are most certainly not in the dungeon. Great job. I'm glad you got out of your funk.

septembermom said...

You have a way with words :0) Great job. Love the line "behaved like a flirt".

Cogitator said...

No 1 is a work of genius