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Funny and Nonsensical Limericks

Medini is a writer with a huge passion for poetry. She has been writing poems for more than 10 years, with many of them published.

There was a very old game,

Which had very little fame.

The only animal which played,

Was a donkey which brayed.

"Who's the Donkey" was the game's name!

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There was a boy who loved balloons,

And watched funny cartoons.

His nose was very bad,

He was very sad.

His nose was shaped like spoons!

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Popeye the sailor man,

Had lost his frying pan.

He looked up and down,

And then put on a frown.

He had fried himself in his pan!

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There was once a boy named Tim,

Who had a father named Jim.

He went to Miami,

Had some Salami,

But remained quite slim!

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There was once a forest,

Where animals took rest.

It had a lion which roared,

And an eagle which soared.

And that's why it is the best!

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© 2020 Medini Rajan

Comments

Medini Rajan (author) from Bangalore, India on November 10, 2020:

Thank you !

Medini Rajan (author) from Bangalore, India on November 10, 2020:

Thank you!

Medini Rajan (author) from Bangalore, India on November 08, 2020:

Brenda and John,

Thank you! That was my favorite one as well :)

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on November 07, 2020:

These are quite cute.

I love the little boy with the spoon the best.

Thanks for sharing.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on November 07, 2020:

Hi Medina, I love limericks and have written a few myself. These brought a smile. The poor boy with a nose shaped like spoons.

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