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Limerick Poems by Kenneth Eugene Paul Read Out Loud - A Family Record

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Kenneth E. Paul was a prolific limerick writer and he always said poetry should be read out loud. This playlist features members of his family reading his poems out loud. Enjoy! Continue Reading >> Kenneth E. Paul was a prolific limerick writer and he always said poetry should be read out loud. This playlist features members of his family reading his poems out loud. Enjoy! << Show Less
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Intro Audio to Limericks by Kenneth Eugene Paul Playlist of Limerick Poems Kenneth Eugene Paul was an avid limerick poet who dedicated a book of limericks to his book, "Poems - of Revelation and Elucidation for Contemplation by
"A Girl Known As Miss Muffett" - Lindy Leach reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Lindy Leach reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick: A Girl Known As Miss Muffett

A girl who was known as Miss Muffet
Went camping intending to rough it.
A Wolf Went to greet her,
And snarled he would eat her,
But Muffet struck out and did cuff it.
"A Philosophy Student Named Claire" - Melanie Hale Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Melanie Hale reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick: A Philosophy Student Named Claire

A philosophy student named Claire
Read Plato, Smith, Marx, and Voltaire.
She studied each night
In Search of the light,
But oft fell asleep in her chaire.
"Dark and Blustery Night" - Ann Paul Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Ann Paul reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick: Dark and Blustery Night

On a dark and blustery night
With bats and pale ghouls in mad flight,
And weird witches too,
A-bubbling their brew,
I fearlessly turned on my light.
"A Stunt Man Who Lives In Decatur" - Ryan Hale Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Ryan Hale reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's limerick: A Stunt Man Who Lives in Decatur

A stunt man who lives in Decatur
Caught a mouse; in one swallow he ate her.
When she wagged a wiggle,
He grinned a great giggle
And swallowed two Tums not luch later.
"An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe" - Carrie Sebring Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Carrie Sebring reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick: An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe

An old woman who lived in a shoe
Said, " This odor most foul will not do."
She used odorizers
And strong sterilizers,
But her children still said, "O, PU!"
"Black-Hearted Knave" - Molly Ann Hale reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Molly Ann Hale reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick: Black-Hearted Knave

There once was a black-hearted knave
Who purloined anything he might crave.
When he stole a queen’s tart,
She had a black heart,
And had him dispatched to his grave.
"A Cowboy Who Drove A Huge Herd" - Erin Leach Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Erin Leach Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick - A Cowboy Who Drive A Huge Herd

A cowboy who drove a huge herd
Once said a discouraging word.
Then the clouds stayed the day,
And the deer quit their play,
And the buffalo herd never stirred.
"A Princess of Years" - Ann Paul Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limmerick Ann Paul reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick: A Princess of Years

A princess of years spied a bullfrog
Ensconced on a moldering log.
With hope she then led
Him home to her bed.
In the morning he still was a frog!
"Little Tom Thumb, As Everyone Knows" - Caleb Sipe Reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick Caleb Sipe reads Kenneth Eugene Paul's Limerick: Little Tom Thumb, As Everyone Knows
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