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Limerick Goodbye Poems | Limerick Poems About Goodbye

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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

Copyright © Dustin Craig | Year Posted 2013

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A Man And His Chair

His favorite chair had a broken spring
He was quite fond of the ugly old thing
But his brand new beau
Said ” this thing must go!"
And that was the end of their short lived fling

Copyright © Barbara Gorelick | Year Posted 2015

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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 .

Copyright © James Fraser | Year Posted 2014

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Goodbye


There once was a guy who did lie
so I winked one eye and morphed to a fly
on the wall I did rest
I put his word to the test
I quickly kissed that friendship goodbye

Copyright © Rick Parise | Year Posted 2011

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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 | Year Posted 2015

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A Heart Misleaded

Met a guy who seemed perfect to me
For a period in time my heart could not see
He talked although his true feelings were not told
Every word of his turned into one that was cold
My heart could not take it so I set him free

Copyright © Eboni Croney | Year Posted 2015

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Wave Goodbye

An electron, so perfectly round
it could spin without wobble or sound,
was measured carefully
at  fixed velocity,
but its position couldn’t be found.

Copyright © James Ph. Kotsybar | Year Posted 2011

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Wishing



If I wished for you, I woud have wished too much.
If I were to shed a tear for you, It would have been, one tear too many.
If I tried to just, to live for you, then my death would not have been enough.
Finding a way to say, goodbye to you, where I wouldn't have to lie to you,
where I could say, I tried for you then,  in the end it wasn't what, I would do.
When goodbye feels like I'm dying and I'm crying because, I wished for you.
Then a wish before dying is trying to come true, a wish I made while crying over you!!!
 

Copyright © David Caldera | Year Posted 2008

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Poor Hannah


Hannah Adderley jumped with a wail
from the clifftop at Middleton Dale
but her petticoats cute
made a great parachute
for a soft landing, wow! What a tale!


(Hannah, of Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire, had been jilted at the altar
and although her suicide attempt was a failure she died of natural causes
 two years later in 1764)

Copyright © Viv Wigley | Year Posted 2016

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My Parting Gifts





		For Witness Protection, I'm bound.
		I have some advice. Gather round.		
		First tip: When you see
		a crime, you must flee.
		Call cops. After that make no sound!

		Next: Grandkids, your rooms are a sight,
		piled ceiling to floor--What a fright!
		Now for safety's sake,
		when I'm gone please take
		a week or so to put them right!

		Last, as I am pulled through the door,
		I'll hurry. I want to say more:
		Show love. Be peacemakers.
		Be real; don't be fakers.
		Love life and its blessings galore.


February 13, 2016

for Viv Wigley's My Parting Gifts contest (advice for loved ones, whom you'll never see again . . . )
		
		
		

Copyright © Janice Canerdy | Year Posted 2016

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Here and gone

The sound of laughter as loud as booming thunder drowned out the crashing of the unforgivable waves
The sand hugged her feet as she ran along it's surface
Forgetting about her worries she watched the sky sheep float by.
Summer had come and gone. She waved goodbye.

Now. Those unforgiving waves drowned out all sounds of joy.
The sand longed to hug her feet again and hear her laughter as she ran along is surface.
Not until the end of winter. Not until the end of spring
Will they ever see her again.

Copyright © Mia Anderson | Year Posted 2016

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GOODBYE PUMPKIN PIE - 5 WORD CHALLENGE

A river of scintillating tears did fall There was scarcely enough pumpkin pie for all The pie looked so belle I drooled at the smell A winter memory I can still recall Contest 5 word challenge sponsored by Timothy Hicks Pure fiction write I've never tried pumpkin pie! 05~25~16 Five words from my best poems list are: PUMPKIN SCINTILLATING BELLE WINTER RIVER

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016