Limerick poems are a special poetic form having five lines. They were popularized by Edward Lear, English author and illustrator, in the 19th century. However, limericks have been around since before Thomas Aquinas. This proud tradition is carried on at Here Be Limerick Poems where there are more than 1,000. You may access these by clicking on any picture below or by visiting the index of first lines. In addition, we have a growing category of quatrains (four-liners). Be that "considerate someone" who makes a special celebration even more festive by selecting a poem for your greeting card here.
Father's Day will be here before you know it and we have some poems to delight or amuse fathers. Many are funny, but others tell your Dad that you care.
Welcome to Here Be Limerick Poems where the traditional limerick as well as "four-liners" are served up to visitors like you. If you love the sublime limerick as much as we do, visit often so you will never be without a verse to make you smile.
If you prefer, here is a handy index of first lines:
Kindly visit our a holiday calendar.
Other themes include St. Patrick's Day.
We offer a wide variety of early childhood educators.
Of course, we have very funny off-the-wall holiday poems - there's laughs for those in medical fields.
We are your source for the most inclusive birthday greetings for every unique age on the Web.
The newest verses are at "Happy Birthday to You" sing-along section!"
Wonder how to give your children the joy of poetry? Visit the children's section in the list of poems and read to your little one. Read them some silly limericks and they will love you for it. Think how ready your student will be for school!
Our promise to you is to maintain a family environment.
For sentimental occasions such as an anniversary or Valentine's Day, you might also wish to visit our sister site, Love You Love Quotes
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