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Three Light Limericks

PINK CAT

I once saw a cat that was pink.
Someone had dyed it, I think.
It walked down the street,
Looking quite sweet,
And no, I'd not had a drink!

*** *** *** *** ***

GOLD DIGGER

He had neither charm nor wit,
But she did not mind one bit.
She knew he had wealth,
And using her stealth,
She'd help him to spend most of it!

*** *** *** *** ***

BARTHOLOMEW BUGLE'S BAT

Bartholomew Bugle was weird!
He kept a pet bat in his beard!
The bat was so shy,
It hated to fly,
And seldom (if ever) appeared!

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Copyright © Robert Haigh 2017
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Submitted by Robert_Haigh on July 28, 2020

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Robert Haigh

Robert Haigh is an amateur English poet, Musician and photographer. more…

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