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L I M E R I C K S
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  • Limerick (verse), a humorous verse form, the
    subject of which is often nonsensical but the
    structure of which is strictly prescribed. This
    definite pattern consists of five anapestic
    lines.
  • Lines one, two, and five contain three metrical
    feet, and rhyme lines three and four contain two
    metrical feet, and rhyme.
  • Originally, limericks were delivered orally and
    served as commentaries on manners and behavior.

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The term limerick (from a refrain in a popular
song of the day "will you come up to Limerick")
was first applied in the late 1890s to Lear's
verse.
  • LIMERICK límm?rik
  • port and chief city of Limerick County,
    southwestern Republic of Ireland. Population
    52,039 (2002)

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Castle of King John
The Castle of King John in Limerick, Ireland, was
constructed around 1200 on the Shannon River.
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Edward Lear
  • Edward Lear (1812-1888), English painter and
    humorist, born in London. The excellence of his
    early drawings of birds brought him to the
    attention of the London Zoological Society, for
    which he illustrated The Family of the
    Psittacidae (1832)
  • He traveled (1837-1847) throughout Europe and the
    Near East, recording his travels in the
    Illustrated Journals of a Landscape Painter.
  • Lear's acutely observant travel books have been
    overshadowed by the popularity of his light
    verse, such as the famous poem The Owl and the
    Pussycat. Considered among the masters of the
    limerick, to which he gave the modern formula and
    metrical cadence, he wrote A Book of Nonsense
    (1846), Nonsense Songs (1871), and Laughable
    Lyrics (1877).
  • ( learicks) NB !

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There was an Old Man of the Coast Who placidly
sat on a post  But when it was cold,
 He relinquished his hold, And called for
some hot buttered toast.
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  • An important young man from Quebec
  • Had to welcome the Duchess of Tack,
  • So he bought for a dollar
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  • To save himself washing his neck.

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There was a young lady of Niger ,Who smiled as
she rode on a tiger They returned from
the ride With the lady inside And the
smile on the face of the tiger.
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  • That she thought any chair,
  • Shouldnt have its legs bare,
  • So she kept her eyes fixed on the ceiling.
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  • There was an old man of the North,
  • Who fell into a basin of broth
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  • Fished him out with a hook,
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  • There was an old man of Dumbree,
  • Who taught little owls to drink tea
  • For he said, To eat mice
  • Is not proper or nice.
  • That amiable man of Dumbree.
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  • There was an old woman of Dumor
  • Who didnt live without humor.
  • And once upon a time
  • She invented a rhyme
  • And then even wrote a story with humour.
  • Alina
    Stepanchenko.
  • There was an old man of New York
  • Who bought a very nice clock
  • When he looked at the clock
  • He went for a walk.
  • That strange old man of new York.
  • Andrey
    Gvozdev.

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  • There was a happy lady of Crypt
  • Who could not skilfully read
  • She went to the Moon
  • But has come to the spoon.
  • Poor happy lady of Crypt.
  • Irene
    Molovastaya
  • There was a strange boy of New York
  • Who wanted to go to job and to work
  • He came to the boss Mr. Cold
  • Who asked his passport and code.
  • Oh, poor strange boy of New York!
  • Sveta
    Donina

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  • There was a young man from Holster
  • Who wanted to live in the poster
  • But he was very stupid
  • And the wall was very super.
  • Oh, that stupid yankee from Holster.
  • Nastya
    Starovoytova
  • There was a clever boy of Kokino school
  • Who behaved himself as a fool
  • Till at last English teacher
  • Punished him for such feature.
  • That foolish talkative boy of the school.
  • G O O D L U C K !
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