The Golden Argument

The Golden Argument

We argued from way across the bar;
She slapped me, it wasn’t too hard;
Stepped out for a piss;
Then came back for a kiss;
But she was gone with my keys and car.

Walked around for about an hour;
She was home in her iv’ry tower;
I knew we were ‘bout through;
So I skipped to the loo;
But went home before it got sour.

We talked and argued ‘bout what we’d done;
And before long, it was nearly dawn;
Said I’d be right back,
My bladder was packed,
But pissed myself before I could run.

Note:

My first attempt at a narrative, story driven series of limericks. Was going for laughs... did it work?

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TheWhisper 5 years ago from Macomb,MI

Yes it did work indeed. The poem made me laugh and think about some of my past. :)

Please come check out some of my poetry, it isn't as comical as yours though.


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jdflom 5 years ago from Sacramento, CA Author

Most of mine isn't comical, but I'm glad you enjoyed it. Will check yours out. :) Thank you for the comment!


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George J Hardy 5 years ago from Southern New Jersey

nice attempt to write in this style - should be a bit longer and tell a complete story


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lilyfly 5 years ago from Wasilla, Alaska

There you go! Well done, do some more! lily

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