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Thread: Limericks Still Live!

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    He stared at the bare kitchen wall,
    pressing his nose, so he wouldn't fall.
    But the ceiling fell

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    He stared at the bare kitchen wall,
    pressing his nose, so he wouldn't fall.
    But the ceiling fell
    And he sank into hell

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    He stared at the bare kitchen wall,
    pressing his nose, so he wouldn't fall.
    But the ceiling fell
    And he sank into hell
    Cursing aloud, one and all.

    There once was a limerick thread

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    There once was a limerick thread
    Like a zombie, it wouldn't stay dead
    Inspiration can be as destructive as any other form of fire.

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    There once was a limerick thread
    Like a zombie, it wouldn't stay dead
    Brought back from the grave

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    There once was a limerick thread
    Like a zombie, it wouldn't stay dead
    Brought back from the grave
    with a timely save
    Some of my previously published poems are now on PoemHunter CDSinex

    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    There once was a limerick thread
    Like a zombie, it wouldn't stay dead
    Brought back from the grave
    with a timely save
    It's wand'ring around with no head.

    Now staggering back on its knees

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    Now staggering back on its knees
    came Mount Alibaba's buzzing fleas

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    Now staggering back on its knees
    came Mount Alibaba's buzzing fleas.
    They savagely bit


    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    Now staggering back on its knees
    came Mount Alibaba's buzzing fleas.
    They savagely bit,
    now he cannot sit.
    Some of my previously published poems are now on PoemHunter CDSinex

    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    Now staggering back on its knees
    came Mount Alibaba's buzzing fleas.
    They savagely bit,
    now he cannot sit,
    and has un unpleasant disease.

    So up comes a rollicking sailor

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    So up comes a rollicking sailor
    Who says, "Ahoy there, let's hail her"
    Inspiration can be as destructive as any other form of fire.

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    So up comes a rollicking sailor
    Who says, "Ahoy there, let's hail her."
    I'm too drunk to care
    Some of my previously published poems are now on PoemHunter CDSinex

    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    So up comes a rollicking sailor
    Who says, "Ahoy there, let's hail her."
    I'm too drunk to care
    That my ship be a chair

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    So up comes a rollicking sailor
    Who says, "Ahoy there, let's hail her."
    I'm too drunk to care
    That my ship be a chair
    Or anything else that could ail her.

    The sea is a wonderful place

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    The sea is a wonderful place
    to have the school's boat race

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    The sea is a wonderful place
    to have the school's boat race
    but my pea-green canoe

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    The sea is a wonderful place
    to have the school's boat race
    but my pea-green canoe

    (the color of my shoe)

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    The sea is a wonderful place
    to have the school's boat race
    but my pea-green canoe

    (the color of my shoe)
    is staring us all in the face.

    Let's try this again one more time

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    "Let's try this again one more time."
    she asked me to answer in rhyme.
    Some of my previously published poems are now on PoemHunter CDSinex

    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    "Let's try this again one more time."
    she asked me to answer in rhyme.
    "Let's get this thing right."

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    "Let's try this again one more time."
    she asked me to answer in rhyme.

    "Let's get this thing right,"
    "might take us all night,"
    Some of my previously published poems are now on PoemHunter CDSinex

    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    "Let's try this again one more time."
    she asked me to answer in rhyme.

    "Let's get this thing right,"
    "might take us all night,"
    "With pals, an eternity is fine."

    My cat bought a sweater online.

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    My cat bought a sweater online
    Having hoped that his purchase was fine

    "Strange Destinies" by Guillermo Rubio Arias-Paz, translated from the Spanish and out now on Amazon and the Endless Bookcase.

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    My cat bought a sweater online,
    having hoped that his purchase was fine.
    It was made from hair balls
    Some of my previously published poems are now on PoemHunter CDSinex

    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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