So Hesiod looked around on an ancient Grecian day
He looked at all the rowdy youth doung things their way
With their sundials and writing
And their chariots like lightning
He concluded that youth were going the wrong way
He licked the sole of your feet,
And you were holding his fleet,
While he did that,
How he then sat,
You will know your dog's fleet!
A limerick is a humorous poem consisting of five lines. The first, second, and fifth lines must have seven to ten syllables while rhyming and having the same verbal rhythm. The third and fourth lines only have to have five to seven syllables and have to rhyme with each other and have the same rhythm.
Fleet means naughtiness as well.
My HP Poem #1382
There was a Cat That Married a Mouse
and dreamed of making a home out of his House
but worse than the bird that married a fish
his ravenous appetite grew at her every kiss
until the night he forgot to let her out of his paws.
There lived a man named Davie Becker
Who had a great big, giant pecker
He tucked it away
But it wouldn't stay
He's now the town's homewrecker
Trying to find a place to pee
I went behind a big ol' tree
She saw me there
Then we became a WEE!!
True story or I wouldn't have told-it
I had to pee and couldn't hold-it
when I heard a ring
A'ding, a'ding, ding
And dropped my phone in the toilet.
He said "come here and love me"
Because he was feeling snugly,
She was blind
But very kind
Till she felt his face, so ugly.
The teacher was really fine they said
When Jenny Walker took him to bed
She gave him a knock
And a pretty big shock
But no more History entered her head.
I knew a man named Harold Pew
Who only wore a single shoe
I asked him what for
He stared at the floor
And said, "son, I haven't a clue."
Hank Parker the high-wire walker
Straddled his rope, what a shocker
His voice was once deep
Now he sounds like a creep --
He's such a high-pitched squawker.