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 Brizo
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Mr. Rory, how have you been?
we missed your cyber pen
but now that you're back
you'll make up for the slack
and write like twenty five men
 Brizo
Joined: 2/19/2006
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 4/26/2007 9:52:14 PM
Ommie, you're in here too?
boy I'm glad to see you
I thought you'd slipped out
without giving a shout
like all the other ones do
 Brizo
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 4/26/2007 9:52:35 PM
oops I posted twice
that wasn't very nice
my satellites lagging
and posting is dragging
so I'll have to give up on this vice

I need to be getting some sleep
the cost of insomnia is steep
I'm groggy all day
and don't want to stay
just stay in bed and sleep deep
 rory27
Joined: 2/14/2005
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Limericks....us Irish aren't too good a poetry
Posted: 4/26/2007 10:15:31 PM
Brizo, rest yourself on your back lawn
Else tomorrow you'll be stifling yawns;
Then when words float on the screen
(Which are jumping and obscene)
You'll misinterpret them like back-alley Johns.
 Brizo
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 4/29/2007 9:03:49 PM
good evening my verbal friend
I was bringing my night to an end
then I saw your new post
in the thread that you host
and wrote a quick rhyme to send

gnight, Johnboy......
 rory27
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 5/3/2007 3:06:03 PM
I used to place my dentures in a tube
Of lime jello for the extra-yummy lube.
Now my teeth ache for dessert,
And I put up with a squirt
From my best gal's chocolate-covered boob.

 rory27
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 5/3/2007 3:24:04 PM
eye guy, it goes something like this--
While waiting for my sexy ex-Missus
One evening years ago,
She fell naked into the flow
Of a choc-vat of Hershey Kisses.
 Brizo
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 5/5/2007 9:12:45 AM
top 'O the mornin to you......

before R I was certainly itchin
for a man who loved conversation
soon I longed for quiet
in my everyday diet
and his voice to be lost in translation
 Brizo
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 5/5/2007 10:02:10 AM
a dog the size of a cat
could certainly sleep in your hat
they shiver a lot
with nerves that are shot
or the lack of body fat

my itchin was more of a yen
for words from sphinx like men
but the faucet stayed on
wished the voice to be gone
as he poured I kept saying "when"

but I do get the itch from my cat
poison ivy from where he has sat
I try not to pet him
but don't want to forget him
got some technu to use STAT
 Brizo
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Limericks....us Irish aren't too good a poetry
Posted: 5/17/2007 4:29:25 PM
love like Raymond, gentley
f*u*c*k like Bentley
good in bed
look like Ed
charm like Dean, intently
 Brizo
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Limericks....us Irish aren't too good a poetry
Posted: 5/17/2007 5:54:52 PM
I was ordering a guy.....so where's my dinner?

I just need to go and have fun
I'm not having luck finding one
cause I hid my profile
to rest for awhile
been a year since someone's called me "hon"
 Brizo
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Limericks....us Irish aren't too good a poetry
Posted: 5/20/2007 10:33:20 AM
you're reeled in and over the net
these limericks will hook you, I bet
you'll keep writing on
'till the hours are gone
and you say "I've gotta jet"

an amazing behind, you don't say
let me see, if I may
I'm really a perv
for the posterior curve
by fine manly form I am swayed
 Brizo
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Limericks....us Irish aren't too good a poetry
Posted: 5/23/2007 8:34:09 PM
this time slow dance with him
the lights down deliciously dim
try not to squeeze
his buns, if you please
that he keeps so lusciously trim
 hardpromises
Joined: 3/25/2007
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 5/27/2007 12:50:38 PM
A great poet once wrote of his past
"I've done things remarkably daft.
But one of the worst
Was five lines of verse
Where I spoke through the hole in my aft."
 Brizo
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Limericks...By The Worlds Greatest Poets
Posted: 5/27/2007 9:53:23 PM
I'm sure he's not upset
out painting town I'd bet
he'll be back in
with *c*o*c*k*y grin
to fill his limerick debt
 Brizo
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I 'd love to have some roadkill pie made from leftovers
Posted: 5/28/2007 9:38:58 AM
eye guy I love calamari
washed down with a little campari
I like it sliced thin
the taste makes me grin
never once have I been sorry
 Brizo
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Limericks. Are Us...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 6/5/2007 8:01:22 PM
Mr Eye, I see you've been moving
around the pond you've been groovin
I'm glad you got out
and expanded your route
a talent to write you are proving
 Brizo
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Limericks. Are Us...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 6/21/2007 8:31:07 PM
yes the guy with the parrot is trouble
he writes limericks on the double
he loves playing word games
with all of the dames
reducing resistance to rubble
 Brizo
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Limericks. Are Us...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 6/21/2007 9:34:00 PM
hello my Canadian friend
my evening must come to an end
I'm falling asleep
my tiredness is deep
but all my best wishes I send

how's the wedding planning?
 Brizo
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Limericks...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 8/2/2007 6:18:40 PM
What happens if it occurs during the daytime?


"making hay while the sun shines........" I prefer "making the beast with two backs" for it's medieval imagery......

I stayed away for too long
and missed the limerick song
it's sung loud and gaudy
is best when it's bawdy
and doesn't go on for too long
 Brizo
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Limericks...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 8/2/2007 8:27:02 PM
the act is still the same
it just has a different name
but the rose is still sweet
because sex is a treat
it's everyone's favorite game
 Brizo
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Limericks...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 8/3/2007 10:27:20 PM

get all drunk and silly
and pass out in a silo...


sir, there are much better things to do in a silo..... I still have fond memories.....
 Brizo
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Limericks...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 8/4/2007 2:40:24 AM
sex is not only for bed
I'm older, but I'm not dead
live a little and try
to create on the fly
try the table and sofa instead
 Brizo
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Limericks...From the Very Best Poets on Earth
Posted: 8/4/2007 12:13:56 PM
baaaa-baaaa or is it "a horse is a horse, of course, of course, and no one can talk to a horse, of course".........

now flossie, just let me put your legs in these rubber boots........
 Red_Stargazer
Joined: 5/6/2007
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Bless the women
Posted: 8/4/2007 6:42:11 PM
Bless the women in high heeled shoes,
who smoke men's stoogies and drink their booze;
and when they kiss, they kiss so sweet,
they make things stand that don't have feet.
:)
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