Limerick Dance Poems

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My favorite cousin named Marge is almost as big as a barge. So one would assume, not knowing the groom, the guy would most likely be large. But he was a small man named Tim “As thin as a broom” describes him. While Marge would guffaw, Tim would watch her with awe and just smile for he was so prim! When the preacher addressed him and said, “You may now kiss the bride,” Tim turned red, for their lips could not meet. With high heels on her feet, Marge stood towering over his head. She leaned down while Tim stood on his toes, but for being in such a strange pose, Marge then came toppling down crushing Tim neath her gown while the whole church erupted in “Ohhhhh’s.” All was well, and thereafter, we ate; then we planned next to dance until late. But none could foresee the small tragedy that had us all leaving by eight! Marge had tossed off her heels for a glide on the dance floor, but when they both tried to dance, Tim got snagged by that dang gown and dragged as his bride was beginning to slide. . . Now shoeless, poor Marge could not stop. Toward a table with candles on top, they slid, and the groom then set fire to the room by landing with a belly flop. Poor Tim by the candles got lit, and we were all having a fit, for the fire got spread fast till the Best Man at last got us all wet extinguishing it! Inspired by the title of the movie: My Big Fat Greek Wedding & : Joann Grisetti's "My Cousin's Wedding" Poetry contest

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2012

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Tom went to the ugly bug ball Strange insects invaded the hall Folks dressed up as fleas, Cockroaches and bees The smile on his face said it all Tom hoped for a little romance Asked a cute centipede to dance She whacked him on the nose When he trod on her toes He went home in an ambulance! 7th April 2017

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2017

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On the dance-floor they did a zigzag
But he was an ol’ scallywag:
-	“If you feel something hard
-	Pay no regard …
It’s just my colostomy-bag”

Copyright © Jack Clark | Year Posted 2014

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A petite ballerina named Tina Seemed serene but she couldn’t be meaner When she got in the sack She was on the attack At the size and the shape of his ‘wiener’ Her suitors would then try to dodge her After insults on their little todger But listen up guys I have a surprise She’s transgender and she was once Rodger! New or Old 4 - Poetry Contest Sponsored by Eve Roper 20th March 2016

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016

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An acrobat whose name is Dale Went pole dancing with his wife Gail When he did the starfish He looked such a dish But suddenly Gail's face turned pale As he performed his sexy pole dance He'd got no undies under his pants Poor Dale was distraught When his todger got caught It cut short a night of romance 13th July 2017

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2017

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Our Gladys was doing the tango
But her partner was dancing fandango
When her stiletto got placed
In a sensitive space
His castanets swelled like a mango.

Copyright © Ray Gridley | Year Posted 2017

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An Italian once courted my Aunt

Who was bitten by ants in his pants

     So he screamed, "Mama Mia!"

     "I got the gonorrhea!"

That's when he learned the frying pan dance!

                            Timothy I. Brumley

Copyright © Timothy Brumley | Year Posted 2010

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There once was two dinos who loved the hop     
Whenever they started, they could not stop.
They bounced, flailed about,
Until they both got gout
And detained for disturbance, by a cop.

Copyright © 2011  By Caryl S. Muzzey

Copyright © Caryl Muzzey | Year Posted 2011

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Knock knock as she opens her front door It's her beau whom now stands before With a bouquet of flowers All different colors For his girl whom he loves and adores After some chatting about this and that What a scoff I'm gonna get fat With a glass of white wine I know I'll be fine I think I've also eaten the place mat Now recovered from our earlier meal The music starts this songs our appeal Well boy can she dance Her beauties my trance So delightful in glide genteel It's now close to the end of our night Knowing something is beautifully right With a kiss on her lips Her dress gracefully slips Like a flash our engines ignite Now sprawled out on her King sized bed You can guess so much has been said Two torsos have shared So naked birth bared Unification continues when wed .

Copyright © James Fraser | Year Posted 2015

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Aquarius met Belle from France
Attracted he asked for a dance
The first was a slow
He stepped on her toe
Did he deserve a second chance?

Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2015

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 We met south of the border in Durango,
 She was hot and boy could she fandango!
   She said at a glance
  "Señor like to dance?"
 No I replied...but I would love to tango!

               September 2014

Copyright © Keith Trestrail | Year Posted 2014

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Rock and roll that's my play
Who wants to stay and sway
Don't care if you're footloose
Any music we'll dance and choose
Smiles; grooving fun that we'll display

1:38 AM

Copyright © Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser | Year Posted 2014

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Jack and Jill Went to A Dance

Jack and Jill went out to a western dance
Though Jill did think she would prance and prance
what did happen next
Jill did get perplexed
Jack danced on her toes, threw fer-de-lance.

Note: A fer-de-lance is a type of a snake

Written: Dec. 1, 2015

Copyright © Theresa CW | Year Posted 2015

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Copyright © Warner Baxter | Year Posted 2014

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no doudt get out
stop beening along
go to rome
fine where you belong
go  dance prance
go to the beach run
lay in the sun

Copyright © kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr | Year Posted 2013

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Jan Can Can The dance show of sultry young Jan was given a national ban. It was found in her dance she wore no underpants performing high kicks with *can-can! Written Oct. 13, 2016 for Jan's contest! *Pronunciation is of course American style!

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2016

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It’s Saturday Night Fever, “Staying Alive”
Do not dare do the jive near beehive
     His white trousers so tight
     Nothing can see the light
My natural drive giving a ‘high five’

Who remembers this movie and the dance moves? And that hair on Trevolta! Close to the beehive hairdos that the women sported a few decades

Inspired by Karen  Anglesey's "Jive in a Beehive"...

Copyright © Suzette Richards | Year Posted 2013

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This Pole Dancer she was with me
All other men must pay her fee
Still I must confess
My family’s stress
But Polish dance lessons aren’t free

Copyright © Martin Kloess | Year Posted 2013

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Some men dance hoping for a romance
Some men dance keeping fit of their pants
but the dance most obscene
is the dance made to glean
from your clothes a mad horde of fire ants

For John and Carolyn's Bug contest

Copyright © Charles Henderson | Year Posted 2010

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When I was, the age of twenty.
My dancing was admired plenty.
Only one dance shoe,
worked magic for you. 
Brown loafers with shiny penny

©  Feb 2011 for SKats "Favorite shoe"Contest

Copyright © Charles Henderson | Year Posted 2011

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There was once a young dancer
Who was recovering from cancer
She wanted fame 
but her leg was lame
So people called her a prancer.

I know it's really mean and sad but I had this as homework 
and I honestly couldn't think of 
rhyming words and than I just thought of this.

Copyright © Secrets inyoureyes | Year Posted 2014

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Copyright © Warner Baxter | Year Posted 2014

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A pretty colleen from Kilrea,
Went dancing on St. Patrick's Day.
Not asking permission
Was grievous omission.
Dad broke the dance up straight away.

Copyright © Joyce Johnson | Year Posted 2014

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There once was a student from Gilroy
Who wanted to marry a tomboy.
But his parents protested
And had him arrested,
Then forced him to join the Bolshoi.

Copyright © Richard Breese | Year Posted 2016

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Limerick : Once our Senorita from Sevilla – 12

Once our Senorita from Sevilla
Entered a dance contest in Bahia
Others danced the salsa
Rita dirty samba
Since Sevilla sells the new dance : Salsamba !* 

•	« Sal » in French means « dirty ».

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Copyright © T Wignesan | Year Posted 2013

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There once was a chimp named Francisco
Who loved to eat gooey Crisco
When given the chance
He'd laugh and then dance
The waltz, the tango, and disco.

Copyright © Randy Imwalle | Year Posted 2015

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A man wanted to go as Adam
to a fancy dress party with madame.
The shop attendant was stumped.
Suggested instead a petrol pump.
Madame fainted as you may fathom.

Copyright © JEAN MURRAY | Year Posted 2016

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I remember the old rustic barn
Long ago in the sweet month of May
My sister Louise and her newly found squeeze
Were having a roll in the hay

She'd sneak to the neighborhood bar
And drink with young Larry and Chuck
She'd dance on a table, all willing and able
And take off her clothes for a buck

They'd pay just one dollar for a whoop and a holler
And an evening of boisterous play
Then they'd head for the barn, for some fun and a yarn
And dance til the sunrise broke day

At four in the morning, when day was a dawning
Old Pappy had gone for his gun
He crept up the ladder to the boys who had "had" her
And shouted they all better run

"I'll bring in the law to those lads in the straw
So, come outta your hiding place please!'
The boys did appear, each clutching a beer
And jumped from the loft to the floor

As naked as jays they ran separate ways
Trying to make for the door
With a shriek of denial
Louise ran for a mile
Dressed in her silk pantaloons

And I think of that day 
As I chuckle away
At those bare bottomed 
Chaps of eighteen

And Louise met a farmer who tried hard to calm her
And keep her away from the skids
She cooked and she sewed and kept the grass mowed
And bore the old geezer six kids

Copyright © valerie bellefleur | Year Posted 2008

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I went to the doctor for a sharp pain,
I couldn't walk straight without my trusty cane,
while the doctor poked around
I danced to some old Motown...
Hey, I'm standing straight - this jacket's insane!

Copyright © George Aul | Year Posted 2016

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Words slip from your cracked lips unbound,
spilling over my chest without a sound.
My limps then writhe with a flair,
teeter-tottering, feet bare.
Do carouse me on this merry-go-round.

Copyright © Helen Cheng | Year Posted 2015