Limericks III


I guess it was not in Jane’s mind,
To cover her rosy behind.
When I came in that day,
Her lover ran away.
He saw I had an axe to grind.

I guess it was not in Jane’s mind,
To return my favors in kind.
When I gave her my ring,
She said “Oh, you sweet thing!”
All that for just one crummy line!!

I guess it was not in Jane’s mind,
That her figure was so well defined.
So she went to health clubs,
For health food and back rubs,
Now look; if you do, you’ll go blind!!

I guess it was not in Jane’s mind,
That her teeth were poorly aligned.
The boys did not go near,
For, her chops they did fear,
Till she had her mouth re-designed.

I guess it was not in Jane’s mind,
That a job she needed to find.
When they cut her welfare,
She just didn’t care.
Till her waist was thin as a dime.

I guess it was not in Jane’s mind,
That men like me were hard to find.
So she looked all around,
And no one she found,
Who had as much money as I.

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