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By Miss O.. Limerick. a . rhyming, humorous, and often nonsensical five-line poem.. There was a chicken who didn’t have a name. His farmer thought it was lame. He gave it some tonic. It went super-sonic . ID: 332110 Download Presentation

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Limericks

By Miss O.

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Limerick

a rhyming, humorous, and often nonsensical five-line poem.

There was a chicken who didn’t have a nameHis farmer thought it was lameHe gave it some tonicIt went super-sonic Then flew away and was never seen again. By Ben Moston

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Limerick  triplet

The 1st, 2nd, and 5th lines rhyme (forming a triplet), and have the same number of syllables.

There once was a young girl called VickyWhose fingers were filthy and stickyShe wiped them so hard That they turned into lard So writing became very tricky.By Jenny Bunn

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Limerick  Couplet

The 3rd and 4th lines rhyme (forming a couplet), and have the same number of syllables.

There was a young man called MarkWho suddenly sang like a larkHe joined a street band(The best in the land)That zany young boy called Mark.By Liam Atkins

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Limerick Starting words…

Limericks often begin with the words:

There once was. . . or There was a. . .

There once was

a gray schnauzer named Spark

Quite talkative, he so liked to bark.

Sometimes running he found

His feet all off the ground

Especially on larks in the park.

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Limerick  syllables matter

There once was a girl who loved rhyme;She felt her writing was sublime.Indeed quite a poet,Though some didn't know it,She'd be rich if each paid a dime.

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