Category Archives: Limericks

a man from the bush


there once was a man from the bush who joined in the fast city push where he’s just not at home, he still needs to roam too much noise; he just needs some shoosh.

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The Peace of the Hills


forgetting the peace of the hills many head for the cheap city thrills but get lost in the crowd where life is so loud and end up existing on pills

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Greed


There’s nought more obscene than an earth that’s not green and a world filled with greed on Nature does feed so let’s not leave a mark where we’ve been.

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Pollies 2


Nothing engenders fear like pollies saying ‘they’re near’. That mysterious foe who none of us know but they’ll send us to Hell that is clear.

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Pollies


Nothing engenders hate like pollies at powers gate. They stir up a crowd with rantings so loud then the bludgers just sit back and wait.

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Lim’ricks & Politicians


Lim’ricks matter as much as politicians and such their meaning’s much plainer and somehow much saner and they don’t need a kick in the crutch

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Piles of Gold


In our lives we all see lots of gold but we find that it’s quite hard to hold if we pile it up high it’ll fall on us – we’ll die; at least that’s a thing I’ve been told.

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Fading Love


There once was a funny old chook who’d see love where ever she’d look but the very next day it would all fade away ‘cos she never gave, she just took.

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Fools Gold


There was once a man who saw a glimmering and thought it was gold that was shimmering but when he finally got to hold his lump of long sought after gold he found that all its brilliance was dimmering.

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Prancing Peacock


A prancing Peacock I once knew had his own trumpet he blew and blew and though it made an awesome sound no redeeming features could be found so I wonder if that noise was true?

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