LIMERICKS 97, 98 and 99

Michael Edwards


There once was a lady from Fife
who led an embittered life

till dear hubby Rob

put cream on his knob

with results that soon ended her strife




And out came the dettol the rags and the wash mops

when into the loo went bladder-full Cyclops

for such was his fate

he couldn’t see straight

as he plastered the floor with his plentiful peedrops




She dated a chap called Fred Bunn

and looked forward to having some fun

they went to the park

when out of the dark

along came his wife with a gun.





  • Author: Michael Edwards (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 16th, 2022 00:14
  • Comment from author about the poem: Originally posted by way of comments and now tidied up for posting in their own right.
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 44
  • User favorite of this poem: Doggerel Dave.


  • Goldfinch60

    More good ones Michael.


  • dusk arising

    The passion he felt in his heart
    one could see well expressed in his art
    his pictures were abstract
    like his cow in a cat-flap
    and his opticians rorschach eye-chat

    his spectacles you could say were bizarre
    above both his ears were crowbars
    on the bridge of his nose
    was a rat decomposed
    his lenses - a pair of jamjars

    in the finest artistic tradition
    came the day of his first exhibition
    where a social cross section
    approved his collection
    he wished now he'd charged them admission

  • orchidee

    Good writes M. lol.

  • Doggerel Dave

    So multi disciplined, Michael: L’s one and three – Relationship[ councellor extraordinaire: L2 – incontinence advisor.
    Cross discipline, I know, but one has to diversify in these uncertain times.
    Your artworks …complexity rulez. Great.

    • Michael Edwards

      Incontinence indeed - large prostate rules in this stream.

    • Garry

      Very entertaining

    • dean langmuir

      Good ones,thanks

    • Rocky Lagou

      Wow very "vivid" limericks you got 😅. The first one was killer! Great job!

      • Michael Edwards

        Thanks for the look in and kind comments Rocky.

      • Christina8

        Some of these are quite hilarious, I really liked the last one! These are all great!

      • myself and me

        Holly gun, they are brilliant.

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