A New Zealand artist called KathUsed to sing songs in the bathThe neighbours complainedCos each time it rainedAnd puddles appeared on their path(This is the non-salacious version)
Lovely limerick YP! Thank you so much for making it acceptable to me. Of course you knew, from past experience, that it simply wouldn't get published if you hadn't, didn't you? A verse our YP has sentBut nobody knows what it meant.there's 'Eee by gum it be'and 'eh oup', and 'thee',all in that fonnee Yorkshire accent.
Whilst you were commenting on my blogA limerick on this I was tryingBut I had no successAnd thought even lessOf my efforts and ended up crying.
Aw. That's actually quite good GB. And you well know it.A bewhiskered bi-national up northWas bemused by his backing and forth.He forgot which nookheld his special bird bookbut he'll be back in New Zealand henceforth.
A be-whiskered bi-national am IAccording to Katherine De C.Whether up north or down southIf I open my mouthI'm ne'er sure of the right counteryAnd so to bed.
Ha. Very good.