Do limericks have a place in politics, historically speaking?
It seems that a man named Navarro
Had an notion without shame or sorrow
"If Trump's feeling grouchy
I'll trash Dr. Fauci
And reap my reward on the morrow!"
Forgive typo in line 2.
That's what happens when you create a fresh limerick right in the question box, then make last second edits.
- samLv 56 months agoFavorite Answer
There once was an old man called Trump,
Whose poll numbers were on a slump.
He told many lies
And fired some guys.
He was a most terrible grump.
- Anonymous4 months ago
Sam needs to add 'big' or similar short word in front of 'slump' to make that line scan.
Otherwise, excellent stuff!
- LudwigLv 76 months ago
No. You will have to turn it into a haiku.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Limericks are fun. I prefer the ones about Nantucket.
Trump wants the throne by any means
With plenty of salsa, rice and beans
Keeps on lying like a rug
The rebel flag he will hug
But show him a poll, both ears steams.
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- Anonymous7 months ago
Donald Trump is coronaviral:
his brain's in a downward spiral.
That pale nimbus of hair
proves there's nothing up there
but an empty skull, fluff and denial.
Written by Michael R. Burch (not me).
- marsel_duchampLv 77 months ago
limericks have a place anywhere and everywhere.