Decomposed Limerick

This isn’t a formal Limerick-Off. But feel free to “borrow” my first line, if you’re so inclined.

Decomposed Limerick
By Madeleine Begun Kane

A gal who was putting on airs
Kept attracting a great many stares.
It seems that her dress
Under strain and duress
Had split on her way down the stairs.

While her garb suffered decomposition,
She appeared not to know her condition.
She assumed that those glances
Were ill-bred advances —
Not gapes at her clothing’s attrition.

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6 Responses to “Decomposed Limerick”

  1. Veralynne says:

    A gal who was putting on airs
    Dropped her cute drawers on the stairs
    Embarrassed for a nano-flash
    She noticed a guy grab and stash
    Her panties amid shocked peeks and glares

    In an instant her attitude reverted
    She strode toward her apartment (a converted)
    She felt like a whore
    To find the panties guy at her door
    But she later found he wasn’t perverted

    Turned out he was being polite
    Quickly getting the undies out of sight
    In the penthouse he was living
    So soon she was giving
    Him all her attention night after night

    “You came to my rescue,” she said,
    “And I call that using your head.
    Only now every night
    You can use it just right
    Giving it to me here in my bed.”

  2. madkane says:

    LOL! Veralynne, what have I unleashed?:) Clearly, I’m a very bad influence.

  3. Vivek Banerjee says:

    A gal who was putting on airs
    Was the subject of many dares..
    She was really something, guys
    I saw her with my own eyes
    Making out with her man on the stairs.

  4. Sally Franz says:

    A gal who was putting on airs
    seemed to have nary a care
    she was a rich Daddy’s girl
    which made the rest of us hurl
    She had beauty, no morals, no fair!

  5. madkane says:

    Fun limericks! Thanks.

  6. Nick says:

    What fun limericks! Would be interested what you thought of my cat piece :)