Limericks, Ones into Twos............

Limericks, Ones into Twos............

A Book by Dave Brown
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© 2020 Dave Brown


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Amusing and imaginative exercise in limericks, Dave. Especially the one about the lady with hemispheric bazooms. It's a long, long way from N. America to E. Asia, but the journey would be as pleasant as the destination.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

A tour to remember
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this is so saucy and tasty to the reader's pallet, I believe I will boil up some pasta
to put these several short piece on...
do you serve parmesan with your poems?
j.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

LOL Jacob,
Well, it is a Cafe
This is what commonly happens to the newbies in the

Posted 1 Week Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

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I prefer nitrous (in the dentist chair) to nitric acid, my friend, but you can stand proud in having sent me to google some clarity from your chemical delusions. It would be just like you to slamdunk all of us other poets who've been lazily dawdling in limericks lately, blasting thru with such an f-in' sh-load of 'em, we're all tidily put to shame & never to attempt a limerick again (tail between legs). Naw, in all seriousness! I'm glad you were incited, just as I've been, to slather limericks until the cows come home! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 1 Week Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

These thing are pure fun
When you and DDK started smothering the airwaves I couldn't control .. read more
barleygirl

1 Week Ago

smothering the airwaves . . . love it!
Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

😂 .
So you enjoy acid too.Me too lol. Very crazy limericks.Ping me if you visit Sydney and we'll meet up for sum acid lolllol.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

Include a buffet and I'm on my way
I really enjoyed reading this! It was playful, like one of those old nursery books. Wonderful work!

Posted 1 Week Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

Thanks Broken
Appreciate you taking the time to visit
Hope all is well
So many excellent pieces sown together in a quilt of limericks. The first is though my all time favourite!

Posted 1 Week Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

Thanks John
He was truly a man of many talents
enjoy your aft.
More saucy limericks. Ditzy's influence is spreading. This is a mammoth effort Dave and cartoons to illustrate as well.The senorita from Madrid and busty Nora were my favs. Have a good Saturday. It is wet and 'orrible here.

Chris

Posted 1 Week Ago


Christine Anne Shaw

1 Week Ago

Ha, I don't do Christmas till mid December :) I will be expecting a mammoth number of Christmas poem.. read more
Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

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You made me smile this early morning Dave. Not a fancy tale for the lady. Thank you for sharing the entertaining poetry.
Coyote

Posted 2 Weeks Ago


Dave Brown

1 Week Ago

A bit of fun, glad you smiled, give DD Kat the congrats, she is the one who started all this limeric.. read more
Coyote Poetry

3 Days Ago

Hello Dave and you are welcome my friend.
😹😹😹
Laughing my guts out!
Loved Nora and the lady from Lancaster Haha and I almost drank HNO3 in the hope of flyin' when my Mistress slapped it out of me reach or else I'd be a slimy mash of bones haha

Posted 2 Weeks Ago


Dave Brown

2 Weeks Ago

as you well know with all your winners they are a ton of fun
Thnkx4visits and enjoy your fun
Dhara_Ditzy Kat

2 Weeks Ago

Enjoying so much here lately! Let's keep the fun alive! Scooting to help my mistress ready the lamps.. read more

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