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Front Page News

The plane went down.
All on board drowned.
Their relatives grieve.
They are really quite peeved;
Because the airline officials are clowns.

by Jerry L Stevenson

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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The young man from Dover

There was a young man lived in Dover
And he was the son of a rover
He fell into the sea
Cause clumsy was he
A shark came and it was all over.

Copyright © Peter Duggan

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A Desperate Dilemma

I dingle the dongle with Dan and ningle another with Nan. But what should I do, when courting sweet Sue? I hope to get hitched, if I can. No more do I dingle with Dan, nor nangle a ningle with Nan. So may I meet you and talk it all through, since Sue’s on a jet – to Japan! ~
For Nathan's 'Alliteration' Competition.

Copyright © Charles Clive

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My dabble in limericks is finally done
I'm sorry to say that this is the last one
The master is back
His name is sir Jack
So kick off your shoes we're about to have fun

Copyright © Tim Smith

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Taking sides in discussions holily
About whether Uran used his willy
Means you're trapped in their game -
Either side is the same:
Cock distracts, cash departs, crowd stays silly.


The National Poet Of Slovenia In A Language People Understand interprets important Slovenian affairs for the non-Slovene speaking world.

Copyright © Julian Bohan

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Tick Tac Mac

There was a young man we'll call Mac, who loved to suck on a tic tac. But one choked him today. What a price he did pay and he'll never, ever be back.

Copyright © Diane Lefebvre