By P. Staley
A tweeter named Donnie was mad.
He ended each message with “sad.”
When asked who he hated
he huffed and berated:
“If you dare question me then you’re bad.”
A golfer named Donnie did tweet,
“Another tough round I won – sweet!”
His caddie agreed
Though he had to concede
That his boss was a terrible cheat.
A deplorable named Donnie did call
for building a beautiful wall.
“Bad hombres stay out!
No thugging about
except if you’re good at baseball.”
A husband named Donnie did cry:
“She won’t look me straight in the eye.”
Melania said “True,
I cannot stand you.
You’re orange and fat and you lie.”
Patricia Staley grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Rowan University. She moved to San Diego in 1990, for just a year, but fell under the enchanting spell of California and stayed on. She has been in love with words from an early age. She has participated in several writing groups, and has written prose and poetry for various blogs and non-profit publications.
excellent clutch of Limericks! too bad the subject of them would never understand ’em…:-)
Karen Kenyon says
P.Staley is a clever writer!! Congratulations on these linked
limericks!! Sad situation for our country — so it’s nice to have a