Limericks are humorous poems with five lines Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme Lines 3 and 4 rhyme A humorous, frequently bawdy, verse of three long and two shortlines rhyming aabba ,…popularized by Edward Lear. (MORE)
A limerick has 5 lines. Lines 1,2 and 5 rhyme. Lines 3 and 4 rhyme. YOU COULD SAY It has 7 sylobols in the first line, 7 in the next, then 5,5,7. There was a old man with a… beard, who said it's just as I feared two owls and a hen, four larks and a wren, have all built their nests in my beard! .
A short, funny poem (MORE)
Yes. A limerick has 5 lines. Lines 1,2 and 5 rhyme. Lines 3 and 4 rhyme..
eg There was an old man of Per u .
Who dreampt he was eating a shoe .
He woke in the night .
Wi…th a bit of a fright .
And found to his shame it was true (MORE)
A limerick poem has five lines and is usually humorous. The firstsecond and fifth lines rhyme and so do the second and third. An example is: There was an old man from Peru … Who dreamed he was eating his shoe He woke in the night With a terrible fright And found to his shame it was true dude that's from SpongeBob, write your own! Ok then: The was a poem called a limerick, but writing them made people sick, Was ask to write my own, But could not go it alone. So I ask for help like a hick. (MORE)
Each verse consists of 5 lines. The first 2 lines have to have enough syllables to be counted as 4 beats each (3 beats in which your saying something, then a 1 beat pause). Th…e 3rd and 4th lines count as 2 beats (with little pause between), and finally there's one last line that's counted as 4 (in the same fashion as the first 2). The first, second, and fifth lines will all rhyme with each other (not with the third and fourth however), and the third and fourth lines will also rhyme (not with the 1st, 2nd, and 5th obviously). There's a famous limerick: "There once was a man from Nantucket" that shows the structure well. (MORE)
Five lines, 1,2, and 5 have 3 beats, 3 and 4 have two beats. For example... There was an old man from Nantucket Who kept all his cash in a bucket. His daughter (named …"Nan") Ran off with a man, And as for the bucket, Nan "tuck" it. (MORE)