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Regis Auffray


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Limericks XXXIII
By Regis Auffray   

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More limerick "fun" from me...

It Takes All Kinds

Hurley is an eccentric cat,
Actually he's a very spoiled brat.
Cherie takes care of him,
Sees to his every whim,
She even lets him sleep under her hat.

There once was a fellow named Kloos.
Who rode into town on a moose.
People stopped to stare,
At the bizarre pair,
While Kloos yelled, “Giddy up, Pamplemousse!”

A fellow I know named Koslowsky,
Somehow misplaced his house key.
Locked out in the cold,
He became quite bold,
And smashed through the door with his Suzuki.

There once was a fellow named Mike,
Who was scared of riding his bike.
Afraid of falling,
He kept on calling,
For his mom to bring him his trike.

There once was a lady from Norway,
Who had a sign in her doorway:
“Do not be hampered;
Come and be pampered;
I can do anything your way!”

I once met a gal named Mandy,
At most things she was quite handy.
But in matters of love,
When push came to shove,
She was as handy as candy is dandy.

There once was a man of great means,
He always had cash in his jeans.
But he was boring,
And when not snoring,
He most likely was counting his beans.

There once was a lady from Prague,
Who really wanted to play tag.
The more I resisted,
The more she insisted,
So whenever she’d zig I would zag.

A lady from New York named Lena,
Is not to be confused with Laina.
She’s physically small,
But spiritually tall,
She’s much more powerful than Xena.

There once was a fellow named Kloos,
He had a favourite goose.
He pampered her daily,
As he sang to her gaily,
He fed her the finest couscous.

© Copyright 2012 Regis Auffray

 


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