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Limericks XXX
by Regis Auffray

Friday, October 14, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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More limerick nonsense from me...


Go... ...Diva!
 
 
Godiva’s just come into town,
She seems to have forgotten her gown.
She’s drawn quite a crowd,
She seems rather proud,
On her head she is wearing a crown.

I’ve met a fine gal named Cherie,
I’ve risen in love in a hurry.
She’s the finest of nurses,
She does not rob purses,
So I’ll take her for a ride in a surrey.

This fellow I know named Bayrock,
In the church he sang, “I Am a Rock.”
Distracted by the chicks,
He forgot the lyrics,
And thus sent the pastor into shock.

In this town there’s a kitty named Glee,
She is not the one to cop a plea.
She’s a fancy pussy,
Though a little fussy,
On her you’ll not find a flea.

Mr. Sloth is a lazy fellow,
He likes to keep things quite mellow.
With never a frown,
He sleeps upside down,
He never has need of a pillow.

There once was a hedgehog name Spike,
He’d often go for a hike.
He walked quite quickly,
Was never sickly,
He would often be seen on his bike.

There once was a monkey named Chimp,
He would walk with a bit of a limp.
He was fond of food,
And when in the mood,
He would order a large plate of shrimp.

Doctor Quack was a family physician.
He assigned himself a mission.
His patients grew rare,
It became quite clear,
Doctor Quack should have been a mortician.

A stockbroker of local renown,
On his face always wears a frown.
Although nicely dressed,
He’s constantly stressed,
He’s worried that his stocks might go down.

I once met a man with a horse,
He said he was part of “The Force.”
“You must know the one,
It’s the one that won…”
I nodded though I knew nothing of course.


© Copyright 2011 Regis Auffray

 

 

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Reviewed by lois christensen 8/22/2014
Smiles, lots of them on these.
Reviewed by J Howard 2/1/2012
you totally tickled my fancy...and brought a silly smile to my face. so enjoyed you fun limericks XXX
Reviewed by Rozzy Diouf 12/1/2011
WoW! I haven't been on AD for a long time so reading this was such a treat! I laughed my head off! Thanks Regis truly enjoyed it. Much blessings!
Rozzy
Reviewed by Dayvid Graybill 11/20/2011
Your limericks are awesome Regis! Thanks for sharing your gift with us!

Peace,
Dayvid
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 10/31/2011
Fun to read, as always, Regis. Love and hugs,
Sheila
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/31/2011
You got me smiling...no laughing HARD...thank for sharing this humorous side of YOU!!

Love TinkaSweets
Reviewed by JMS Bell 10/27/2011
THE PICTURE...! EVEN BEFORE I BEGAN READING I WAS LAUGHING OUT LOUD. YOU SET THE STAGE BEAUTIFULLY, THEN I GOBBLED UP YOUR WORDS AND...ALL I CAN SAY IS 'YOU' ARE NEVER A DISSAPOINTMENT...I 'ALWAYS' ENJOY YOUR WORK AND THERE IS SOMETHING ESPECIALLY APPEALING ABOUT YOUR LIMERICKS! THANKS FOR SHARING AND MUCH LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/27/2011
Regis, this had me laughing all the way;-) You are not only the king of Limericks,but of comedy too!Thanks for the fun!

luv,
et
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 10/26/2011
Reg, you are still your charming old self,
And a bit of a Santa Claus Elf..
Always happy and helping to bring out the joy
Of sheer reading pleasure for each good girl and boy
Who takes down the Limericks on the shelf!

This was a bit of pure delight! You always have a way of reaching into the distant places, Regis.. and today, you reminded me of my beloved Doctor-Papa.. he was a medical doctor for 50 years before he passed away in 1991 of lung cancer. He still sat on the Board of Ethics when he passed.. but he also had a bedside manner that blessed everyone.. and he did it through jokes.. and limericks! He had a different one for every day of the year!

Thank You for the enjoyable visit!
Love and Many Blessings to you always, dear man.
Rhonda
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 10/26/2011
A zoo full of amusement value here Regis. Patrick
Reviewed by baz busbe 10/25/2011
Well done, made me laugh, thanks Regis. God bless. Baz
Reviewed by William Bonilla 10/21/2011
Most enjoyable reading
excellent write, thank You Regis
Peace be with you

William
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 10/21/2011
Excellent rib-tickling humour as always from the Bard of B.C.
Reviewed by jude forese 10/21/2011
Regis, you merge humor into these limericks with such effortless skill, they are always a pleasure to read ....
Reviewed by Axilea MU 10/20/2011
Love the one on Mr Sloth, a fabulous being that 's perfect for this kind of absurdist sense of humor. The rhythm of that strophe is great too. And that Doctor Quack makes me think of someone I know, but shhh!

Axilea
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 10/19/2011
Such truisms in stockbroker and LOVE Quack... he and Croak should have gone into the undertaking business together, hiding among the lilies....!! Go... Regis!! :)) xx
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 10/19/2011
Still the King Regis! The picture is adorable, too. Thanks for sharing your wonderful Limericks with us. Smiles and hugs, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 10/19/2011
There once was a poet named Regis
he lifted me out of the dreadges
His limerics rolled
like a bag full of gold
and now there's gilt-gold on my edges.

I loved this insightful cute write Regis.
Your fan Always
Kay
Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald 10/18/2011
These are so kewl!!! nice being back Regis. I was in hospital for 3 months.
hug
Kathi
Reviewed by Laura Fall 10/18/2011
Oh my Regis how did I miss this terrific and delightfully written poem as always great writing my friend Laura
Reviewed by Jon Willey 10/17/2011
Regis, limping shrimp eating chimps are a rare breed -- but then so are bike riding hedgehogs -- I like inane verse it keeps my spirits high -- thanks for sharing your limericks so daring with me my dear friend -- I bid you joy love and peace -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 10/17/2011
giggle......loved these, Regis!!! My fav was Dr Quack!!! tooooooo funny!Keep 'em coming and thanks for the laughter on this fine Monday morning....What a way to start my day!!!

Anna
Reviewed by Micki Peluso 10/16/2011
Just when I needed a good laugh , or at least a smile, Regis-thanks!!

Keep them coming!!
Micki
Reviewed by Daniel Keith 10/16/2011
This is a good one Regis. I especially liked the part about Dr. Quack, gave me quite a chuckle. May God bless you every day of your life.

Daniel
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 10/16/2011
I always enjoy reading these limericks you write Regis.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Morning Star 10/16/2011
Ha ha regis reading this fantastic limerick
That you call nonsense is the most beautiful
and amusing way to star my day thanks,
to your outstanding limerick that placed a smile on my face
Today i'm going to have a great day
I love your limerick i love them all but Godiva’s
LOL Fantastic all
Wishing you and your love Peace Love and Light..hugsss :)



Reviewed by Janna Hill 10/15/2011
Thanks for the smiles Regis.
:)))) Janna
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 10/15/2011
Dear Regis, as by now, I learned to know you, you have mastered the words. Why not? This is always a fair way to make us laugh. Love Emile
Reviewed by Chip Bergeron 10/15/2011
O.K. Regis....better be careful or UI'll start inflicting NAUGHTY limericks on you!!!

Chip Bergeron
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 10/15/2011
Reg,

Love the humorous rhyming word play. (Even though some of it was naughty...tsk tsk....Hugs

mary
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/15/2011
Your nonsense always brings chuckles. Keep them coming!

Ron
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 10/15/2011
Always clever with your limericks, Reg. Thanks for the grins.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by D Johnson 10/15/2011
Love 'em all, Reg...nice work.
Cheers,
Dan
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 10/15/2011
So your name is now spike & you are often seen on a bike...

And I must be chimp, as i love a good plate of shrimp...e
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 10/15/2011
AD's king of the limerick strikes again!
Reviewed by Paul Berube 10/15/2011
You're funny, my friend. Well done.
Reviewed by John Domino 10/14/2011
Funny one! A funny poem but somewhat true! This one hit's home, "A stockbroker of local renown,
On his face always wears a frown.
Although nicely dressed,
He’s constantly stressed,
He’s worried that his stocks might go down.
Go Regis! Bravo!




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