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Limerick Dark Poems | Limerick Poems About Dark

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Human Skunk

Nathaniel Boozmann is a human skunk.
Everything he says is nothing but bunk.
He will lie to his father.
He will lie to his mother.
Remember, you cannot unstink a skunk.


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NOTHING IS AS IT SEEMS

What is this, a friendly ghost
Casper was nicer than most
He had a show 
It had to go
No one liked a friendly ghost

We want a dark ghost that's mean
Terrible fright makes us scream
Boo with a bite
Unending night
Where nothing is as it seems

Contest: Kelly's "Ghost"
Date: 10-27-14


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Mediocre Man

There once was a man that was lackluster
Who's life was one giant cluster
Writes a suicide note
He slits his throat
Blank stares are all his family can muster


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There was once

There was once a young dancer
Who was recovering from cancer
She wanted fame 
but her leg was lame
So people called her a prancer.
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I know it's really mean and sad but I had this as homework 
and I honestly couldn't think of 
rhyming words and than I just thought of this.


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WISHES DO COME TRUE

She tossed her coin into wishing well
For all to see and for all to tell,
She wished for a husband
One tall dark and handsome,
Hoping the well would break her dry spell.


Well her suitors came from all around
Some gross, some queer, no handsome found,
She looked for a keeper
And not just a looser,
Then she met one financially sound.


Tall dark and handsome, was just a joke
She'd settle for one who wasn't broke,
She got an old fella
He's thirty years older,
And just recovering from a stroke.


Her wish at the well partly came true
When she and her old man said "I do,"
Since she was no beauty
He fulfilled his duty,
It was her Daddy who paid him too!


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The East End, Ends

It's goodbye to mad Frankie Fraser The East Ends gangster appraiser So loyal to the Kray's To his very last day One the Sixties ultimate erasures .