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Limericks have our affection,
So let's have a creative injection.
The desire is strong
But it's been far to long,
And I'm starting a limerick section.
 
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Here give free reign to your Muse
And write on whatever you choose.
Though non-definitional
Your composition'll
Titillate, charm and amuse.
 
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I love to write poems diversial
not in pairs but to be universial
though you may not agree
please just don't tell me
and we'll all be uncontra-versial

(ok, I know it's pathetic, but it's a start)


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Well, those with a workshopping bent
Might look at your rhyme with intent
And say that the stress
Lacks a little finesse
And in line 5 it's too long you meant.

Now your second submission - that's better
The spelling is right - to the letter.
Though line one's quite cracking,
It's a syllable lacking
It's a hard task, the limerick setter.

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Having studied the standards in here,
I cannot do that well I fear.
Please let me down gently
I'll practice intently
and I might do much better next year!
 
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Though line one's quite cracking,
It's a syllable lacking
The second-above verse submitted
Begins with a stress – I admit it.
But what do I care?
Such a structure, though rare,
Is sanctioned, allowed and permitted.¹

It's easy to be hypercritical
And overly much analytical,
But rules artificial
Are not beneficial.
This board is more cosmopolitical.

(You will note I used homonym rhymes.
The best authors do so, at times.²
For that reason, you see
That I must disagree
With the folks who consider them crimes.)


Classic examples – the first one them expurgated:
¹Nymphomanical Jill
Used a dynamite stick for a thrill.
[I could continue
But the rest's rather blue.
I should stop here, I'd think, so I will.]

²A fly and a flea, in a flue
Were imprisoned, so what could they do?
Said the fly, "Let us flee."
"Let us fly!" said the flea,
So they flew through a flaw in the flue.
 
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I've found an interesting article about limericks. For some reason, the link there is self-referential.
 
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Oh, my gosh! Am I ever happy to see this thread because I am limerick deprived right now. I am not submitting any more limericks on OEDILF for awhile, and I need an outlet. I had fun with this one:

Why can't I just write a few floppers?
I really don't like those workshoppers!
"A syllable here." ("NO!")
"No homonyms, dear." ("Yes!")
I'm throwing them all in those hoppers!

Big Grin

Now...that felt good!

Here is a funny one that Hugh from OEDILF wrote. They had suggested that he didn't have enough RFAs (approvals) because he wasn't editing his limericks as much as he should be:

I may be in need of attention,
But perhaps you'll permit me to mention
That my knowledge of rhyme
Is perfectly fine,
And my meter really shouldn't provoke any contention.
 
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If that limerick doesn't perfectly define the word "meter", then I don't know what does. Is there a word for definition by negative example? The sheer look of frustration of my face while I attempted to cram the last line into 9 beats was worth it when I got the joke.
 
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Sean, I am confused. Are you Hugh? Confused
 
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K. I think Sean means when he tried to read it.
 
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Sean, I am confused. Are you Hugh?
Maybe Hugh is reading this and would chime in if we issue an invitation.

C'mon join us! We could use you, Hugh. Wink

[He said, in three different hues.]
 
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You know, sometimes I just can't believe my inane replies. Of course, Sean's post is so clear when I read it now. I don't know what I was thinking! Roll Eyes

Now, how about some limericks or double dactyls or poems, people? Wasn't it Froeschlein who asked if we write limericks here? Where is yours, Froeschlein? Please???
 
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I am not submitting any more limericks on OEDILF for awhile

Why not?


On a different note:

Have I told you I've taken up knitting?
making socks that I hope will be fitting
my feet or my son's
hubby's got the first ones
I'm still learning and quite far from quitting.


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Why not?

Well, it gets a bit complicated unless you write limericks over there. You need 4 workshoppers to approve each limerick you write (called an RFA) in order to get the entire limerick approved, the goal of course for writing limericks there. [As an aside, each workshopper (whom they abbreviate as WE) often has very different views. While one will say, "this one is ready as is," another will object to an homonymous rhyme (which the first WE doesn't mind), while still another will worry about how many unstressed syllables are at the beginning of your lines (which the other 2 don't mind), and on and on. Still another will object because your definition is merely using the word (often my own objection), while the other 3 don't mind that! So you can see, that in itself is an arduous process.] Anyway, a recent discussion on OEDILF is that if you have limericks with 0-RFAs, they are most definitely subpar because no one has liked them. I think that is balderdash, as the real reason is probably that no one has looked at them. For example, many of us who started over there were so busy helping to approve others' limericks so that they could become WEs that we didn't have anyone to look at our old limericks. However, the big-wigs over there don't agree with me on that. I had some limericks with no RFAs, and, in the spirit of being a good team-player, I had decided to look at those 0-RFA'd limericks and try to get them RFA'd before writing new limericks.

However, now all of that is a moot point, and I can once again write limericks for OEDILF. Last night I found a flaw in their system. In the early days (this might be confusing if you don't post over there) the workshoppers merely posted a note that said, "This is ready for approval," rather than to click an RFA button as they do now. I had a lot of limericks from that time period that were approved by that earlier system (manually, so to speak). Therefore, those very early, already-approved limericks come up as 0-RFAs because apparently their search mechanism only started after the RFA buttons were instituted. So...I now find that all my limericks have at least one RFA.

Now, aren't you glad you asked, CW? Wink

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Thanks to Hic for lines 3 & 4 in this limerick; he used them in an earlier limerick that he wrote here:

I can't wait 'til we limerick on zoo,
Or Schadenfreude, moot point, and Who.
Someday we may see
Epicaricacy.
[Though, I won't hold my breath 'til we do!)

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Workshopping on the OEDILF site can be an arduous process, yes, but the results are twofold:

1.) Some of the finest limericks being written today are OEDILF pieces. (I would even go so far as to say most of the finest, but that could just be fatherly pride.)

2.) Almost every single OEDILFer who has been with us for any length of time says that his or her writing skills have improved. I say this without exaggeration--pretty much everyone says this.

And ref the zero-RFAed (Ready for Final Approval) pieces, no one says that they're all bad, just that they tend to be the ones (let's be diplomatic here) most in need of assistance. I've got over 1,200 limericks in the database so far myself and 74 of them don't have a single RFA yet. Some of them, I'm a bit embarrassed to admit, are more than a year old. Some are clinkers, yes, I suppose, but others suffer from what Kalleh notes, an unfortunate lack of attention, including many favorites. F'rinstance, defining "bad blood":

I accused him of theft in Salinas.
He claimed that I had a small penis.
I stabbed him repeatedly,
He shot me most heatedly.
Now clearly there's bad blood between us!

Nothing wrong with that, I'd say. A little graphic, maybe. Others are RFAless for reasons other than quality. This one defines "ashamed":

The day I was publicly named
As a pedophile priest, I exclaimed,
"Don't judge me unduly.
I'm penitent, truly!
And remorseful and wholly ashamed!"

This one's been in the system over 15 months without a single RFA largely because people (Chris Doyle, a limerick diety to many, in particular) say it's offensive and ignores the victims of these horrible crimes. I argue that this piece takes an unusual point of view, that maybe the priest in question truly is being destroyed by feelings of self-loathing and truly is remorseful. Others say he's playing to the cameras. Although I didn't write it that way, that could be as well. If nothing else, the controversy generated makes this one work, IMO.

Later this month we are going to have a push period in which we will workshop nothing but those zero-RFAed limericks written by active authors (meaning those who have signed on to the site at least once in the past month) so we'll see if we can't get that total down. At present, there are a full 1,871 of them to deal with and they all definitely are not losers.
 
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    This thread had provided catalysis,
    But discussion can lead to paralysis.
    I was inviting
    Your limirick-writing
    For fun, not for endless analysis.
Can we get back to doing limericks, instead of talking about them? Smile
 
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CW says, "Have I told you I've taken up knitting?"

"Knitting's a fine thing," quoth shu,
"A wonderful thing that you do
For your own family,
But I wonder: for me
Could you knit one, and maybe purl too?"
 
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Originally posted by Hic et ubique:Can we get back to doing limericks, instead of talking about them? Smile

Sorry, Hic. Certainly didn't intend to bore you. I was only responding to some previous analysis of our project in a way that I thought would be of interest. If Wordcrafters don't want to hear from OEDILFers, this one anyway, all you have to do is not talk about them.
 
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Not at all, CJ. For one thing, you're right that you didn't start it. More important, you're welcome here, and in this thread all limericists welcome. I just enjoy reading limericks, and hope you'll grace us with a few new efforts. I was hoping to get the thread back to that.

(Couldn't put all that into a limerick. Sorry.)
 
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There's no feast that is quite so delicious
As a good fun-filled fest limericious.
If you're not too effete
We will fête your fine feat;
If your feet* face defeat, we're not vicious.


*Metrical feet, that is.
 
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If Wordcrafters don't want to hear from OEDILFers, this one anyway, all you have to do is not talk about them.

First, of course we want to hear from OEDILFers. Heck, several of us are part of them! Second, it was I who erred here, and I apologize to Hic, CJ, Shu, CW, and whomever. I didn't need to answer is such detail.

Now...I must write a limerick!

Now...CJ and Hic: Get along!
Neither is right or is wrong.
You're both such good writers
So quit being fighers,
And gather together in song!

[That may be asking too much. Wink]
 
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For Kallah, a gal of great beauty
I'll do as she asks; it's my duty.
Though my voice is odious
(Most un-melodious)
Who could say 'no' to that cutie?

Please pardon my little flirtation.
CJ, in tone of placation,
I give you a toast,
For you boast the most
Limericks, and that's worth a libation!

You're prolific; you have no compeer
In productiveness; no one is near.
We raise a cheer to you.
Though your board is dear to you,
Could you put in a few here? Wink
 
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A limerick ought to be funny,
Quite ribald or maybe just punny.
I shun the analysis
That causes paralysis
Of humorous words from my honey.

She writes from the heart it is true,
And her wit, well sometimes it is blue!
But I'm loathe to require
Correct beats from the choir
When reciting her poesy for you.

What purpose is gained from inquest
Of each word and each rhyme? Some are best
When left with a stagger;
There's a charm in the swagger
Of lines newly tossed from the nest.
 
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Some are clinkers, yes, I suppose, but others suffer from what Kalleh notes, an unfortunate lack of attention, including many favorites. F'rinstance, defining "bad blood":

I accused him of theft in Salinas.
He claimed that I had a small penis.
I stabbed him repeatedly,
He shot me most heatedly.
Now clearly there's bad blood between us!

Well, I agree, CJ. I like this one, though I assume the "penis" part is keeping people away. One minor quibble (not mine) might be the 3 unstressed syllables between lines 3 & 4 and 4 & 5. I will see that it gets out of that zero category. Wink

The other though:

The day I was publicly named
As a pedophile priest, I exclaimed,
"Don't judge me unduly.
I'm penitent, truly!
And remorseful and wholly ashamed!"

I can see this one. While I don't agree with censorship (even of those Muslim cartoons), I do think an editor has to consider carefully whether audiences would be offended. I myself had a limerick that caused quite a stir because it was offensive to some workshoppers. Besides the potential offensiveness of this particular limerick to Catholics, I never like limericks as well when they aren't funny. This one can hardly be called funny.

Now...to appease Hic with a limerick...and just in case it looks like I've been whining about OEDILF:

As a whiner I'm often accused,
Though the word's univers'ly misused.
To just disagree,
Is not whining, you see.
Lexicographers would be amused! Wink
 
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Originally posted by Kalleh:
As a whiner I'm often accused,
Kalleh, we know that your Muse
Isn't mine, isn't hic's, isn't shu's,
But your work is just fine,
So don't worry, don't whine,
And just write them however you choose.
 
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For St Valentine's day

My dear, I'm writing this note
To say you can have a new coat,
Or two diamond rings,
And many dear things,
But please can I keep the remote?


Build a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
 
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A Limerick Critic named Bruno
Declared, "There are some things I do know:
Your meter's just fine,
Your rhyming's divine,
And your humor is número uno."
 
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Arnie, I missed that marvelous limerick. Is it original? Jerry, excellent! I will RFA them both. Wink
 
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Kalleh,

I must confess it's not completely original. I saw a 4-line poem in the morning paper which rhymed "note" and "remote" and had the same sense. I rewrote it as a limerick. Wink


Build a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
 
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Even better than a llama, eh jerry? <wink with leer> Well said!

jerry will understand! Big Grin
 
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Thorough exploration of Limerickland will no doubt reveal that that old gaucho (Bruno) has had a long and variety-filled life with several job changes and a one-level rating system for the many things he rates. (Nº 1)

Sort of like the man from Nantucket, and equally hard to avoid.

Surely nobody holds copyright or patent on the application of Nantucket and Bruno to Limericks.
 
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Agreed, jerry, and no criticism intended. I thought it was a very clever take-off.
 
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A young statistican out west
Rating ratings by special request
"Okay's very good
In my neighbrhood,
But número uno's the best."

<wink/leer dept> Attn: Hic
No malice sent nor none perceived received.

Enjoy.
 
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I'll admit that my name isn't Bruno.
Nonetheless, there is one thing I do know:
Foregoing all ddramas
About lusty llamas,
Sir JJerry, you're número uno.
 
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Our Jerry and Hic are so cute,
And that no one here will refute.
They're talented, too,
[Occasionally blue*].
Their value we cannot compute!

*Blue - Shu and I gave Asa and Sunflower books that were old, new, borrowed, and blue for their wedding. In doing this Shu taught me that "blue" can mean "risque," which is how it is used in this limerick. In looking up the word "blue," I find that it can also mean "puritanical" or "strict," which of course is the total opposite of risque. Words can be strange!

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Hence the origination of blue laws, governing such things as when shops can be open, when booze can be sold, etc.

You said that your love was true blue.
But blue was your true shade I knew.
You wanted to play
All the games quite risque.
That stuff Momma told me: "Eschew!"
 
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Your blue intuition is shrewd,
But you do know, a dude in the mood
Always strictly taboos
The gal who eschews.
She's not viewed, wooed, pursued, lewd or screwed.

(I prefer them with more latitude.)


- shufitz, the wordcrafty old Illinoisian
 
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On this blue day my mood is blue, too...
Perhaps a new dress of that hue?...
Or a visit surprise
From all of you guys,
Whose blue jokes are not very blue.

blue # 1 = dismal
blue # 2 = depressed
blue # 3 = the color
blue # 4 = "out of the blue"
blue # 5 = indecent
blue # 6 = Puritanical
 
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OK, here's another batch from my perconel archives:

I know a young hacker in Riga
Who surfs the web with his Amiga
At 300 baud.
Such patience I laud:
His page-refresh seconds are giga.

Alaskans, in matters Aleutian,
Deny the effects of pollution.
This short-sighted game
Is known by the name
“Aleutian pollution solution”.

A horny young teen from Vancouver
Once tried to have sex with a Hoover,
So strong did it suck,
He really got stuck;
He now needs a Hoover Remover.

From Tinker to Evers to Chance
Was baseball’s most elegant dance:
A smooth triple play
Not seen every day,
Well worth an appreciative glance.

Pre-beheaded Queen Anne Boleyn
would sit by the moat, sipping gin.
Then, just for a lark,
She’d toss in a shark
And make some poor page boy jump in.

Here lies Lady Millicent Dart:
Infarcted suppressing a fart —
Which means that a lass
Who has to pass gas
Should “Phhht!” for the sake of her heart.

Quixote, the mad windmill tilter –
Perception was quite out of kilter –
Most sorely did need
(Besides a good steed)
A better reality filter.

Comments? Kudos? Invective? Encomia? Nitpickery? Adulation? Calumny? Gallimaufry?

David
 
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Good stuff, all around. The baseball one is a bit dry, but I like baseball, so it is memorable.
 
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Very nice! I like the Vancouver/Hoover one and the Aleutian/pollution ones best. Though, the Tinker to Evers to Chance is nice, too.
 
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A TETRALOGY: Physics is hard

A student, by birth Andalusian,
Was studying nuclear fusion,
And then, when he read,
("The popular conception of an electron orbiting the nucleus as a planet does the sun is of course erroneous. A bound electron – as opposed to a free electron traveling through space – cannot actually be said to have a position at all; instead its function equation defines a variable-density probability “cloud” that yields the likelihood, at each point in the cloud, that the electron will be found at that point in space at a particular point in time.")
He looked up and said,
“I get it: the world’s an illusion!”

He went on to Quantum Mechanics
And colorful Chromodynamics –
Which no one can pass,
So most of the class
Erupts in spontaneous panics.

Grand Unified Theories (or GUTs)
Were next, with no ifs ands or buts.
The unification
Of all of creation
Drives many a sophomore nuts.

He finally got his degree,
His non-tenure-track PhD.
The single sole perk
Of on-campus work
Is: Internet access is free.

Is the above worthy of an IgNobel Prize? Smile

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Froesch, for those of us in academia, it is great! Love it! Big Grin
 
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At luncheon just the other day
We felt obliged to look away.
Mary had a little lamb,
A little beef, a little ham;
The serving style? Voilá, buffet!
 
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A recent favorite of mine compares two slang terms, the Big C (cancer) and the Big O (orgasm):

Though I'm shockingly selfish, I know
I'm a favorite of rich Auntie Flo.
She confided in me:
"Chris, I've got the Big C"
And I had, on the spot, the Big O!
 
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I'm glad you explained what "the big C" was. I thought of something else.

Tinman
 
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It is great seeing the The Big H (limerick honcho) here every so often! Wink

There once was a guy we called dim Rick,
Who never could write a good limerick.
His meter was flawed;
His rhymes never awed;
And forget of his writing a gimerick*!

A gimerick is a limerick with a gimmick, such as the amazing one Bob is working on that is acrostic, an anagram, as well as about Alice in Wonderland. Or Arnie's:

An asthmatic old fellow named Clem
Was cursed by great masses of phlegm.
"Ahem, ahem, (spit),
Ahem, ahem, (spit),
Ahem, ahem, (spit), and ahem!"

While gimerick isn't in Onelook, it is talked about on Google.
 
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Kalleh, I applaud your restraint. I couldn't have written a limerick that rhymed twice with limerick without using the word limp.

Edit: Who is this Kalley person I wrote to?
 
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