Salon limerick contest

Rhyming five-line silliness from Salon readers



Alex Halperin
October 24, 2012 11:35PM (UTC)

With less than two weeks before election day, Salon's reader poets sized up the shape of the race:

 

On Obama and his use of drones,

You’d think he and Romney were clones.

Their constant agreeing,

Left progressives fleeing,

Like horses from modern war zones.

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Chad Parenteau

http://www.chadparenteaupoetforhire.com/index.html

 

This last GOP incarnation,

Depends on linguistic conflation:

Preventive suppression

And self-deportation;

Plus acute vagina obsession.

Ana Maria Haar

Chicago

 

When debating between Red and Blue,

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A most crucial thing you must do:

Bar from the scene,

Anyone Green.

God forbid folks should hear something new.

Dave Hall

Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

Submit your entries to limericks@salon.com by Wednesday, October 31 at 5 pm. Please include your name and hometown.


Alex Halperin

Alex Halperin is news editor at Salon. You can follow him on Twitter @alexhalperin.

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