Lisa's Limerick

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Amusing, semi-erotic limerick about dating amid Covid-mania.

Lisa’s Limerick


There was an old dude named Ted

Who ate too much sugar and bread

He’d pedal so hard

To burn off that lard

In hopes a sensual babe would perform


Head to the flower store

Yearning to please her his chore

For after their walk

And talking ‘bout chalk

She said I’ll n’ver act like a


Horsing around after Match

Her lovely oasis such a catch

She started to moan

And he started to groan

She said please enter my exquisite


Snatching away his high hopes

The pandemic’s a slippery slope

Her back had a knot

And he hit the right spot

And they should’ve lit up some good


Dopey and sleepy and guarded

Awake but all reiki’d and scarred

The guys’ll soon arrive

Time to look alive

He could not stop if inside and so


Hardly a moment goes by

That he does not dream of blue eyes

He wants nothing more

Than to close Lisa’s door

And hear her sultry entrancing sighs.

Submitted: October 18, 2020

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