Redundant Limerick

Redundant Limerick
By Madeleine Begun Kane

I avow and aver and declare
And affirm and attest and I swear:
The redundancy flaw
From practicing law
Ain’t impairing my lim’ricks. So there!

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13 Responses to “Redundant Limerick”

  1. Bjorn says:

    Ha… I wish to hear a legal pleading in limericks at one point..

  2. Mary says:

    Ha, somehow I don’t imagine MUCH will ever impair your limericks. Smiles.

  3. There was a young black man in Texas,
    who with ISIS had his sad nexus;
    He lept out of his car with a friend,
    his mental state beyond mend;
    a bullet soon in his solar plexus.

  4. This is too funny and hilarious and humorous, and so very, very true.

  5. Anna says:

    No it aint! Well done!
    Anna :o]

  6. CC says:

    I believe there is ample evidence for this fact :-) I always enjoy reading your limericks but am terrible at writing them myself!!

  7. Abhra says:

    My father is a lawyer – and I can feel what you mean. This one made me smile.

  8. Scott Hastie says:

    Very accomplished, Madeleine – you made me smile tonight… Thanks…

  9. Other Mary says:

    Ha! I’ll be redundant in my comment, because I found your poem delightful, just like everyone else.

  10. wolfsrosebud says:

    confident write

  11. Raivenne says:

    Oh my, disorder in the court of laughter. This brought a much needed smile, nicely done.

  12. madkane says:

    Thanks so much everyone for your lovely comments!

  13. Jenny Herner says:

    Oh! I am a lawyer and want to memorize this! Delightful!