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 STUDY.
Study as much as you need;
These urges I have to succeed,
Don’t last very long,
You’ll still never see me concede.
Study is what I should do
But my shoulder is making me blue
I have trouble typing
So now I am moping
A frozen shoulder is painful, it’s true.
I need a buddy
To help me study
I’ll not rest
Until I’ve passed my test
Then I’ll be a clever old fuddy duddy!
There was a girl who was loathe to study
Unless she had help from a Buddy
Together was better
As they formed every letter
And the pages were so much less bloody!
Ricky was always so clean
Up until he became a teen
He was a quick study
And was soon very muddy
And certainly a sight to be seen.
Jill thought the Dean’s List was made
For she always got a good grade
But no study for test
She didn’t do her best
Now her star is beginning to fade.
As I sit and study in my garden,
The sounds of nature, my senses hearken.
Colourful birds flitting and chirping
Dangling wind chimes, breeze a-flirting
Many a times, asleep I’ve fallen.
As I sit every day in my study,
My wife calls me old fuddy duddy
I sit reading my books,
Ignoring her looks.
I guess I’m not her best buddy.