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While on the bus to town,
I read a book by Brown
On levitation information.
I couldn't put it down.

The actors were filled with dismay
At closing on opening day.
They'd done all they could,
But the show was no good:
A case of all work and no play.

A poet's dyslexia curse:
His poems are awful or worse.
He writes with great care,
With style and with care,
But all of his work is inverse.

"Hey diddle diddle," said June.
"I'm planning to diet, and soon.
I want to be thin,
But I don't think I'll win
Till my dish runs away with my spoon."

Sally Yocom

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The following comments are for "Yet More Limericks"
by SallyY

Thanks, F.R. I'm really glad that you like my limericks. I always try to put a surprise or a play on words in the last line. I wish I could find a publisher who would take a chance and publish my limericks, but it's hard for a new author to get published.

Good luck on your screen play.


( Posted by: SallyY [Member] On: September 14, 2007 )

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