Sunday, 12 February 2012

Magpie 104












There was a young lady of Thrace
Who collected young men by the brace.
She ended up smothered
By five hundred lovers.
But she died with a smile on her face.


(With thanks to Magpie Tales for the picture)

23 comments:

  1. of yore, by the score? Just a thought. Thanks for this lighthearted Magpie.

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  2. Thank goodness for fun limericks...

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  3. Definitely a fun take. :-)

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  4. Oh, Frances! So funny. I've pondered this image, not sure what to do with it, and you make it look so easy.

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  5. That put a smile on my facer too!

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  6. Priceless! I am still clapping and laughing!

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  7. Brilliant! If Edward Lear were alive, he would wish he had thought of it. Thank you for sharing, Frances. =D

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  8. You're good at these! Just what I needed to cheer me up, thanks, Frances!

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  9. this is great- love this limerick!

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  10. Thanks for the kind comments, everyone!

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  11. Oh yeah! Love this! Thanks for the smile on my own face...

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  12. Brilliant stuff Frances. I wouldn't mind dying that way...

    Anna :o]

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