Philosophy by Limerick – Bolused and Belched

Philosophy by Limerick – The Patriot

His love for the Second Amendment
Was pure, but he wasn’t so intimate
With stuff about wars,
State religion, of course
Or due process obstructing his sentiment.

Old Jules

Philosophy by Limerick – The 900 Pound Gorilla

The diatribe and invective
Ambiguous and defective
Neglects to report
The Chinese import
As a joblessness introspective.

Old Jules

Philosophy by Limerick – The Bigot

In choosing a Martin Borman
He wouldn’t mind seeing a Mormon
Or else a real gangster
A rap-strutting sangster
Dressed up as a uniformed Door man.

Old Jules

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9 responses to “Philosophy by Limerick – Bolused and Belched

  1. I don’t know much, if anything, but I know I couldn’t stop laughing at your last limerick, “The bigot.” Good stuff, as they say.

  2. I’m with Teresa Evangeline! ROFLMAO onthe last one.

  3. A hermit thought up a new limerick
    The readers agreed ’twas quite rhythmic.
    His Admin, admiring,
    Felt it all quite inspiring,
    But the writing– it waren’t no pick-a-nick.

  4. You are my inhalation, I own few blogs and sometimes run out from post :). “Yet do I fear thy nature It is too full o’ the milk of human kindness.” by William Shakespeare.

  5. Pingback: More on Limericks « Poetic Muselings

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