I can't seem to stop writing poetry or reading poetry. I think it is safe to say I love poetry and I love sharing great poetry with others.
Single Dad Limericks
There was a young father named Johnny
who noticed his children were brawny
they would help cut the wood
for winter as they should
a three year old with axe, not scrawny.
There once was a Dad who was single
who never had a chance to mingle
there is children all day
even during their play
he would bark in a constant battle.
A single father who lived alone
except for three teenagers at home
kept him up every night
their music such a fright
the whole time still mingling on their phone.
He could change with proper persuasion
a father for every occasion
whether sporting events
or soccer mom tents
where he stood sadly out of fashion.
He’d fart a concerto in minor
towards the direction of each whiner
he loved smelly farts
then playing darts
as he stunk up his old recliner.
© 2020 Jamie Lee Hamann
Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on April 27, 2020:
Absolutely delightful and amusing. I loved this thanks for the laughs.
Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on April 27, 2020:
Hmm, sounds just a little too familiar. My wife works 14 hours 5 days a week so I get this notion. Thanks for reminding me to laugh more. This was real fun. I am glad you are currently stuck with your poetry muse :-)
Demas W Jasper from Today's America and The World Beyond on April 26, 2020:
Ha, ha, hoe, hoe (a seasonal response.)
Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on April 26, 2020:
I love limericks. They're so amusing.
Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on April 26, 2020:
HaHa Bless the single dads. This was a fun read!