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#218288 - 08/26/14 03:52 PM Re: Unexpected attack [Re: Tromboniator]  
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I have to admit my mind was wandering (it often does that)
but I read both yours, AC, followed by Trom's, limericks
and I cannot print the vision I had by one following the
other. Thanks for the laugh, odd tho' it was.


----please, draw me a sheep----
#218369 - 09/01/14 09:19 PM Re: Legal tangle [Re: Tromboniator]  
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START – STATUTE

I have taken the liberty of pluralizing 'statute':

Some statutes have language that rambles,
And some start with lengthy preambles;
No wonder some students
Compare jurisprudence
To wading through thickets of brambles.

FOYER – FUSSY

#218451 - 09/07/14 05:49 AM Re: Legal tangle [Re: A C Bowden]  
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Please take all the liberties you like, as far as I'm concerned. The results are stupendous.

She was coy when they met in the foyer;
Apparently she's his employer.
He seemed nervous and fussy –
It was clear that the hussy
Intended to have him enjoy her.

FETE – FIDDLING

#218471 - 09/10/14 10:10 PM Re: Poor intonation [Re: Tromboniator]  
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Our church held a fete in July;
The weather was sunny and dry.
A fiddling pair
Played an old English air –
They were crap, but they gave it a try.

ASHLAR – ASTOUNDING

#218893 - 10/21/14 02:07 AM Re: Master masons [Re: A C Bowden]  
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At the time of the old city's founding,
The builders used stones without rounding;
They progressed to smooth rocks,
Then fine ashlar blocks –
Their rate of advance was astounding.

RISK – ROISTER

#218902 - 10/21/14 11:16 PM Nun shall pass [Re: A C Bowden]  
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She escaped o'er the wall of the cloister
Not to binge and to orgy and roister.
No, she took such a risk
To acquire a disc
From a band called the Cult of Blue Φyster.

GOUGE – GRAIN

#218929 - 10/24/14 12:28 AM Re: Not done by aliens [Re: Tromboniator]  
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There's news of crop circles again!
Their means of production is plain:
Contraptions on strings
Gouge out perfect rings
While their wielders advance through the grain.

DOMESTIC – DUKE

#218999 - 11/01/14 12:36 PM Dagnabit! I mean Rats! [Re: A C Bowden]  
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Seems the dukedom had problems domestic,
That the palace had rodents majestic.
The solution? The duke
Telephoned to some kook
In the listings: Ajax Anapestic.

MALEFICENT – MANAGE

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#219002 - 11/01/14 03:29 PM Re: Dagnabit! I mean Rats! [Re: Tromboniator]  
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I hope "My Highness" never gets invited to that castle !

Good one, Peter.


----please, draw me a sheep----
#219007 - 11/01/14 09:17 PM Re: Dagnabit! I mean Rats! [Re: LukeJavan8]  
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Thank you. Just had foundation work done on the house, and now we have a small creature abiding in the kitchen.

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