Wishing for someone, as we start something new
but before this never would make you so blue.
New Year’s Eve is the shortest of nights
after a search for a date that took all of your might,
but when it comes to good friends you just need a few.
Have a happy new year!
Out on the moor some Dickensian sot,
kicks up the mire, lamenting his lot,
for as much as he tries
his sister she cries
over this improvised funeral plot.
A note in a bottle floats on the sea
that it will be found never a certainty.
But one day if it should turn up on land
someone will read in a castaway’s hand
“Tell my wife please, DON’T YOU COME FIND ME!”
There once was a boy scout named Tim
and everyone seemed to adore him
He earned lots of badges and could tie all the knots
but was turned away by the silly old snots
When he went out on a date with Jim.
Away in the forest, a man will survive
with meager basics that keep one alive.
But his woman would rather name all the stars
and scold him for lateness and hanging at bars.
So alone on his couch he slaps himself five!
Your friends, their money they have thrown away.
So now once more rejoin the fray.
The retail shops unlock their doors
before the wrapping paper hits the floors.
Racing, gift receipt in hand, it must be Boxing Day!
Christmas day Edition!
will drink and make jokes.
But for reindeer and sleighs
Santa’s changing his ways
And he no longer smokes.
Daily Limerick: Bonus Christmas Edition!
Big burly, bearded beatnik
seasonal musical peppermint drumstick
Thump-ity thump thump bongo drum Frosty’s icy round rump,
cookie crumb left by beret wearing Saint Nick.
At his lady’s behest
A mans nightly quest
Over the hill and into the town
One night broke his crown
To maintain his wife’s beauty rest
All around town there are lots of good folks
though some of them try to make nasty jokes
the potter, the painter, the cabinet maker,
the jeweler, the cobbler, even the baker.
Everyone knows the wheelright’s the man with the truest of spokes.
Limerick of the Day, End of Days Edition!
No Freudian slips
Can even begin
To tell my chagrin
At missing out on her lips.
Enjoy the end of the world revelry!