Tuesday, November 18, 2014


A Limerick usually consist of five lines, with a strict rhyme scheme (AABBA). Which is sometimes contained with humorous intent. The first, second, and fifth lines are usually longer than the third and fourth. 

There once was a beanpole named Reese
He loved a fat woman named Maurice.
She was overweight,
Loved red velvet cake.
And Reese grew morbidly obese.

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