And now, some limericks:
There once was a naked acrobat
Who never looked before he sat.
He’d collected a spectrum
Of bits where you’d expect ‘um,
And let’s just leave it at that.
There once was a man named Jones
Whose skin was too short for his bones.
He let out a shout
When he tried to stretch out,
For his phalanges poked out through his toes.
I CAN NEVER EVER STOP TEACHER-SPLAINING
Limericks are five lines long,
Shorter than most of our songs.
Lines 5, 1, and 2
Rhyme, and so do
The middle two lines (if not wrong!).
CECI N’EST PAS UNE LIMERICK
There once was an absurdist limerickman.