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A limerick is the highly sophisticated and elaborate type of poetry; it is often called the highest form of lyricism. Limericks can take several forms.

The Squeaky Clean[edit | edit source]

cummings, Thomas, all that rot
None of their lines are very much hot
Some limericks are gaudy
Often dirty, often bawdy
But others are not.

The Unconventional[edit | edit source]

First, two lines that rhyme
Are required all of the time
Then two more
Lines three and four
The last rhymes with nothing.

The Limeraiku[edit | edit source]

Combine the two kinds
Five syllables in odd lines
Even have seven
Not twenty, not eleven
Now your poem shines

The Place in Ireland[edit | edit source]

It's a place in Ireland.