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Atlanta Belle
by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Thursday, August 27, 2015
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Some Naughty Little Limericks


There once was a belle from Atlanta
Whose name was Abigail Anna
With a bonnet and wig
She still looked like a pig
So she ran away to Savannah

A race horse ate oaks for his dinner
In hopes it would make him a winner
But there was a hitch
He fell in the ditch
And cussed like a black hearted sinner

There once was a Yankee named Billy
Who fancied a Confederate filly
She refused his ring
Or to have a fling
And she said he was really quite silly

A lady was snobby and snooty
And prided herself on her booty
She gained a few pounds
And got a bit round
Now her hubby won't do his duty

There once was a Scotsman bold
Who got drunk and fell in a hole
kilt flew over his head
And the lassies all said
They'd take him to have and to hold  

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Reviewed by D. Vegas 8/31/2015
Love this, Belle---made my day. Thank You!

Always,

Deborah
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 8/31/2015
~Lady La Belle~
Whimisical and hilarious limericks.
Giggles and laughter!!!

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 8/28/2015
I just happen to know the young lady in the picture...and yes, she is a pig...&

Billy should watch out for the southern filly,
As can come out of her home a shotgun,
Then that will put him for the north on the run,
And I don't think that that would be any fun...-e-
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/28/2015
True to form, all limericks, to be good limericks, should be a bit naughty. And yours are wonderfully so.

I once ate my oats (meal),
became as strong as the oaks,
but the ladies fell dead,
taking on that huge spread,
though tried, just got the chokes.

I wish… ;-)

Ron
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/28/2015
I love limericks. Very well done, Belle. Coincidentally, I posted some as well yesterday. Lol! Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 8/28/2015
A fun and delightful read! I love limericks poetry!!

Sandie
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 8/28/2015
Add those to the list of funny ones like the "Lady From Niger."
Missy versatility.
Good job Red.

Walt
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 8/28/2015
Very fun reading! Thank you.

Love ya!

Jane
Reviewed by Janice Horner 8/27/2015
Very witty! They remind me a little bit of Pam Ayres (think that's how you spell her surname). You could publish a book with these types of limerick. Made me laugh, especially the last one!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 8/27/2015
Hah! Risky is as risky does, Belle . . . Loved each of these naughty limericks.
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