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Limerick Baptism Poems | Limerick Poems About Baptism

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A Thong for Tom

Hey Girls have you've dated someone For in his pocket he says he's a gun He says this or that It's girth is so fat It appears his ego is so under won But I have heard of another Guy In the shower he's so kinda shy When the water hits he He turns to a she Nothing left for the girls to espy Now having found this guy called Tom His bragging, mm ain't so strong He appears so thick Deluded party prick Stuffed tissues found in his thong .

Copyright © James Fraser | Year Posted 2015

Details | Limerick |

In the family

a lady with lust in her eyes
reserved her most valuable prize
for men who were ample
her sons for example
they couldn't contain their surprise!

Copyright © reay mackay | Year Posted 2017

Details | Limerick |



Waves shake little boat, smug ducks out at sea.
They sing drinking songs, rambunctious with glee.
Rising waves, quicker,
with more downed liquor.
Unloaded ducks drink.  The waves set them free.


Copyright © Kim Rodrigues | Year Posted 2017