"Out of the overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks."

Limericks Part II (Sports Edition) September 29, 2011

Filed under: HE-COULD-GO-ALL-THE-WAY!!,Story and Verse — camcat888 @ 3:39 pm

Songbirds can weather a squall

While Red Sox, when wet, slip and fall

And once skies are clear

The Rays bring no cheer

To the team that they’ve thrown a screwball



It once was a sport for the tough guys

Who could stand broken noses and black eyes

Now hockey sticks and stones

May break a man’s bones

But call him a name and he cries.



In Philly it ain’t always sunny

Nor are refs always right on the money

But the calls I find shady

Are the “hits” on Tom Brady

Flags will fly if you look at him funny


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