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Limerick January Poems | Limerick Poems About January
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I’ve been watching my weight since 14,
but with all of the diets I’ve seen,
they’ve become a big no-no.
This here dieting yo-yo
has stopped trying to be super lean!
Other problems I’ll change as I go.
I don’t need a New Year to say so!
Said a wise sailor man:
I yam what I yam!
Why improve on a good thing - ya know?
So the cause of the most bellyaching
at this time of the year I’m forsaking.
When you know yourself well. . .
why then go through such hell!
Resolutions I’ll never be making.
For the the New Year's Resolution Poetry Contest of Regina Riddle
Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2012
At Christmas as always I ate
So much that I put on some weight
New year I must try
To stay off the pie
And next year, well I just can't wait.
Copyright © lola barron | Year Posted 2012
Time to figure consarned taxes again
And Christmas bills come due giving me pain
Let's delete January
And start with February
January has come to be my bane
Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved
Copyright © Robert L. Hinshaw | Year Posted 2012
He staggers and stumbles all around
on the floor, his underwear I found
he laughed hard, then fell down
I'm speechless, not a sound
mooned me, from beneath my wedding gown.
Copyright © Cynthia Jones
I haven't penned one of these for a long while. Believe it or not, I had a hard time trying to think of what to write.
Copyright © Cynthia Jones | Year Posted 2015