Limericks 1,2,3,4 and 5
There was a young man named Joe
who couldn't decide where to go
so he grabbed a new map
borrowed an old cap
and headed off to Rome.
There was an old man named Drake
Who didn't like to bake
so he sold his oven
to a witches' coven
and grilled everything he ate.
There was a young man named Stan,
who never really had a plan.
So he squandered his money
on nuts and honey,
as life passed through his hands.
Perry was once a friend of mine
always patient, always kind,
then he won the lottery,
bought stocks, bonds, commodities,
leaving his old friends behind.
Jasper was a clown by trade,
saved every penny he made,
his clothes were baggy,
his pants were saggy,
but his bills were always paid.
Copyright © Kristie Raburn | Year Posted 2019
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