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Limerick poetry writing follows a strict five-line form. These poems are often witty and humourous.
The limericks on this page were written and submitted by Linkonlearning students of a variety of ages and grade levels.
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A young leprechaun once was told,
That life wasn't all about gold.
So he agreed with them,
And kept rubies and gems,
And stayed rich until he was old.
Written by Eric
There once was a girl named Morgan,
She loved to play on the organ.
She wrote her own music,
And sewed her own tunic,
That talented young girl called Morgan.
Written by Raymond
The Field of Greens
There once was a field of clovers,
Surrounding the field were boulders.
One day it got cold,
And the ones who were bold,
Went out to dig up green clovers.
Written by Coady
The Green Man
There once was a guy that was Green,
Although he wasn't too keen.
Once he was caught,
He twisted and fought,
And then turned viciously mean.
Written by Tyler
Looks are Deceiving
There once was a girl called Courtney,
Who was very smart but portly.
She sat down on a bench,
And changed it to a fence,
That wonderful girl named Courtney.
Written by Courtney
There once was a child called Billie,
Who was a gorgeous young filly.
She could run and jump high,
All her smiles lit the sky,
And her clothes were always frilly.
Written by Billie