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Limerick Poems

Welcome to our collection of Limerick poems! This popular form of poetry originated in Ireland and is known for its humorous, often bawdy, and sometimes nonsensical themes. Here you'll find a variety of Limericks, from classic to modern, that will make you laugh, ponder, or simply enjoy the clever wordplay. So, take a moment to explore and discover the joy of Limerick poetry!

Displaying 412 poems from the Limerick poetic form.

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Goo
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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To Art
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Boot
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Bitter
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Hook
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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El Anillo
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Bota
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Heap and Fruit
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Pincho u Pila
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Dentera
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Mr. Muck
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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I'll Pay For It
— David Granteer
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Shadows
— Donna fenech
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Quick Fix
— Robin Loving
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Matt
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Dapple
— barbara brignola
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Man From Nantucket
— Dean Johnson
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Dirty Limericks
— Dirty Limericks
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'Bad Dog and Pollywog'
— Robin Loving
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Summer
— Seema ali
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'Me'
— Robin Loving
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The Drum, The Hen, and The Fly
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Love
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Bare
— Roberto Suárez Torres
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Rain
— Ronald Allen
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