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Birthday Limerick, or Philosophy for an Elderly Youth.

Addenda of the years is our grim fate,
Old age for all of us still lies in wait,
But we'll hold up our chins,
And prove life just begins
With each new day, whatever be the date.

(4 December 1985)

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new doggy

Lisa got it into her noodle
Her next doggy would be a poodle
Her parents went shopping
Bought a wind-up dog hopping
Lisa now has the whole kit and kaboodle

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Lady in Niger

There was a lady in Niger
who smiled as she rode on a tiger,
They returned from the ride
With the lady inside,
And the smile on the face of the tiger.

Your rating: None Average: 4.4 (18 votes)

Jim and the shark

There was a proud lad names Jim.
With a shark he decided to swim.
He patted its head
Before it was fed;
I wonder what happened to him?

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There was once a boy named Kilany
he held on to every penny
one rolled away ,
Kilany died that day
he thought he didn't have any

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Old Soldier

There's now an old soldier from Alice
approached every task without malice
stood fast in the saddle
won every battle
came home to receive a non gratis

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Man from Peru

There once was a man from peru
Who used to live in his shoe
He was a jolly old bloke
Until he had a stroke
Now he lives in the loo!

Your rating: None Average: 4 (14 votes)

daddy's game

There once was a very sad daddy,
Whose golf game was going quite badly.
He looked left and right,
No ball was in sight,
I think he needed a caddy!

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Beauty's Skin Deep

As a beauty I'm not a great star,
For there are others more hansome by far.
But my face, I don't mid it
For I am behind it
Tis the folks in the front that I jar.

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Lady from Brazil

There once was a lady from Brazil,
who would cook and clean for a meal,
she took such a spill,
when she slipped on a peel,
Looks like she got a raw deal!

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