Saturday, March 29, 2014

Dayton Flyers NCAA Basketball Tourney 2014 Cinderella - A Limerick

The Flyers plucked every last feather
From the Cardinal, so now we'll see whether
The team can unite
And fight the good fight
And turn the Gator to leather.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Noah's Ark Movie Limerick

Old Noah knew just what to do
He led them on board two by two
But I'm so forlorn
Cause there's no unicorn
And I hoped the old fables were true.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Dayton Flyers - 2014 NCAA Cinderella - A Limerick

For this we've been patiently waitin'
The Sweet Sixteen includes Dayton
It means Archie's crew
Knows just what to do
So let's have some more celebratin'!

Sunday, March 23, 2014

The Bold Milliner - Vintage Vinegar Valentine Postcard

I admire the bold milliner's grit
It savors of true Irish wit
As she jumbles together
Rag, buckle and feather
And charges a twenty for it.

Here's to the girl I love - A vintage leather-postcard limerick

Here's to the girl I love
I wish that she were nigh
If drinking beer
Would bring her here
I'd drink the whole place dry

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

March Madness with Thad Matta and the Ohio State Buckeyes

The Bucks are coached by The Thadness,
He fills the fans with much gladness,
And now starts the journey,
The end of year tourney,
Otherwise known as March Madness.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

A Leprechaun Named Finn - St. Patrick's Day Limerick Poem for Kids

There once was a leprechaun named Finn
He had not a hair on his chin
But up on his head
His hair was all red
And he had the orneriest grin!

Friday, March 7, 2014

Vintage Chester Illinois Postcard Limerick

Well, here I am in Chester, Ill.
Enjoying its sights and cheer
Everything's great
And I'm feeling first rate
But oh! how I wish you were here.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

The Fan-Tastic Squirrel - Vintage Limerick

Said a squirrel who raced with a fan:
"You are built on a wonderful plan;
But you'd better take care
Or you'll lose all your hair.
I advise you to stop, if you can."

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Where The Wild Things Are

There was a young boy who was wild,
His actions, his mother, they riled,
So she sent him to bed,
Wild things filled his head,
When he awoke he felt peaceful and mild.