Original Limerick Poems by Walterrean Salley

Sep. 21, 2015

There was a woman whose name was Bella.
She sported an old black umbrella.
The town folks were stunned
To find it was a gun
When she pointed it at an old fella.

(c) 2011 Walterrean Salley
Sep. 21, 2015

Once there was a gal named Priscilla,
'Pon wedding, she was called Cinderella.
But she was heard in a room
Just a fussing at her groom,
And her name was quickly changed to Bridezilla.

(c) 2012 Walterrean Salley
Sep. 21, 2015

Once two old ladies lived together.
They were friends in every weather.
Though they fussed,
And though they cussed,
They somehow stuck together.

(c) 2012 Walterrean Salley
Sep. 21, 2015

A cat and dog were at play.
Then the dog got tired—in a way.
The cat seemed to miss the cue
And held onto its playful view.
So the dog got rough,
And the cat scrambled away.

(c) 2012 Walterrean Salley
Sep. 21, 2015

Once two brothers lived in a cave;
Poor were they with nothing to save.
But, somehow, their luck
A HUGE fortune struck!
And cheers to dumping the cave.

(c) 2011 Walterrean Salley