Archive for July, 2018

Putin – Trump Summit Limerick

Monday, July 16th, 2018

Said Donald, “My dear, darling Poots,
Perhaps we could wear matching suits;
and then, with my tongue,
once your praises I’ve sung,
I’ll happily lick clean your boots.”

World Cup Limerick – 11

Monday, July 16th, 2018

The Three Lions’ loss was a wrench;
for the final we sat on the bench.
But once all is told,
fortune favours the bold,
so congrats to the fabulous French.

Trump In Britain Limerick

Saturday, July 14th, 2018

At Windsor, the Donald, I see,
is meeting the Queen as the key
to a national trade deal,
though it seems most Brits feel
they’d rather she spat in his tea.

World Cup Limerick – 10

Saturday, July 14th, 2018

Though England’s World Cup run’s a boon,
with the rarity of a blue moon,
it has to be said,
our dreams are now dead,
and it will not be coming home soon.

World Cup Limerick – 9

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

So England are in the last four,
and we’ve now heard the three lions roar.
So come Wednesday night
we hope for the sight
of them showing the Croats the door.

World Cup Limerick – 8

Friday, July 6th, 2018

When the England team got on their bus,
they started to swear and to cuss.
For Colombian flair
had proven unfair
and won them more Oscars than us.

Litterate Prezidant Limmarik

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Mi righting scills offen kreate
much jelasy, envey and hayte.
So inn sbite of thoz terds
hoo put doun my werds,
isle still mayk Amerika grate.

World Cup Limerick – 7

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Alas! It seems Neymar’s laid low;
to Brazil’s World Cup hopes it’s a blow;
and there’s palpable fear
he’ll be out for a year –
for he’s just gone and stubbed his big toe.

Weird Asteroid Limerick

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

The ast’roid that left us agog
looked like something that floats in the bog.
So perhaps from the loo
of the Enterprise crew
what we saw was the famed ‘Captain’s log’.

World Cup Limerick – 6

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

The French match brought copious tears
to the Argentine players whose fears
of a loss came to pass,
so we all raised a glass
in England and broke out the beers.