Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Some word play limericks

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(Dr is, of course, pronounce ‘Doctor’)

She was wooed by a handsome young Dr,
Who one day in his arms tightly Ir,
But straightway he swore
He would do so no more,
Which the same, it was plain, greatly shr.
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(Worcester is pronounced ‘Wooster’)

There was an old fellow in Worcester,
Who owned quite a famous game rorcester.
But when it grew old
It had to be sold.
It could not fight as it urcester.
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There was a young man from Elora,
Who married a girl called Lenora,
But he had not been wed
Very long till he said,
"Oh, drat it! I've married a snora!"
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A king who began on his reign.
Exclaimed with a feeling of peign,
"Though I'm legally heir,
No one seems to ceir
That I haven't been born with a breign."
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Though a young man of football physique.
His heart was exceedingly wique,
While he much loved the maid,
He was so afraid
That he hadn't the courage to spiquc.
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Some day, ere she grows too antique,
In marriage her hand I shall sique.
If she's not a coquette —
Which I'd greatly regrette —
She shall share my six dollars a wique.


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