This weeks featured Limericks are .
Old Man of Thermopyle
by Edward Lear
There was an old man of Thermopylę,
Who never did anything properly;
But they said, 'If you choose, To boil eggs in your shoes,
You shall never remain in Thermopylę.'
Smell All The Flowers
by Margaret Kollmer
A President with far-reaching powers
Loved jogging in sunshine and showers
Whilst still in his prime
He made sure that he'd time
To stop and to smell all the Flowers.
Tomorrow I Dread
by Thomas Hardy
If tomorrow never came
Nothing would be the same
But I would not be grateful
For something I was so anxious of?
Where is my logic.
What has happened to rational thinking.
I am sinking
I convince myself that tomorrow
The day I hate
Is going to be great
by Herbert Nehrlich
In the cold near the stormy Atlantic
stands a cottage that looks quite romantic.
And the man who's inside,
he has something to hide.
And his secrets look rather pedantic.