Here’s your Monday smile – it’s limerick time. Send in your own or here’s a prompt for you –
Here are a few limericks to make you smile this Monday. The prompt last week was TRUST.
Trust isn’t given, it’s earned
Regardless of what you have learned
Unless you enthuse
Some credence you’ll lose
Take care, it’s not nice to be spurned.
I trust myself to be right
When getting into a fight
Not to be too aggressive
In fact I’m quite passive
and often run off in fright…
It’ll be OK
I hear you say
My shoulder’s healing
Getting back that old feeling
Trust me, your book is on its way!
Americans say ‘In God We Trust’
Though lately that’s seemed shrouded in dust.
But just by Biden their time
They’ve shown they still give a dime
And Donnie’s flush has been finally bust.
“Trust me,” said old Donald Trump
But election results gave him the hump
“This is all cheating!”
We heard him bleating
As he landed outside with a bump!
There once was a guy who would bellow
The ground shook when he said “Hello!”
He might be loud
And awfully proud
But he is a trust worthy fellow.
Terri would act absurd
But you could always trust her word
She would rather die
Than tell a lie
She’s the most honest woman you ever heard.
Valerie A Fish:
In any relationship, there must
Be honesty, respect and trust
His cheating heart
Drove us apart
Now all my dreams have turned to dust.
I trust that you trust me
To handle your bargaining plea
But the evidence found
Seemed not to clarify but to compound
Alas, the judge did not agree.