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 SPACE.
Space is a place we can see
A virtual anthill
Coming out of a pill
I just love that our garden has space
To grow flowers all over the place
An abundance of things
To enjoy as it brings
A huge smile growing wide to my face.
Our client has moved into space
His plans need a rapid pace
To sell fish and chips
On the moon, and space ships
Where we have to supply him with plaice.
I’m off to space
No need to track and trace
Going to Mars
To try out their bars
And meet a Martian face to face.
There once was a chap named Musk
Who declared, “Space or bust!”
He launched up his ship
With nary a slip
And tonight we’ll all know who to trust!
I watched a rocket launch into space
It left the ground without a trace
It went so high
Above the sky
They obviously wanted to leave this place!
I have a neighbor named Rick
Last week he went and got sick
I took him to task
For not wearing a mask
And giving more space is the trick.
Valarie A Fish:
When my partner said he needed some space
Boy was he stunned by the look on my face
Instead of anger and tears
I gave him three cheers
And even offered to help pack his case.
I move at a slow pace
In any space.
The slug I am, some hate
As entire plants I’ll devastate.
If only the sprays I could outrace!
The catwalk is my space.
Watch me strut as I showcase
Haute couture and trending wear.
Amidst such fabulous atmosphere
Should I fall, I’d be a disgrace!