I started to read Shel Silverstein when I was eleven years old, the same time "A Light in the Attic" was published. I read every poem at least a dozen times and ran out and grabbed a copy of "The Giving Tree" and "The Missing Piece." I now have...
Here are a few laughs at my own people. This one features Toad Suck, a real place with a funny name.
A collection of limericks I have thrown together that maybe contain some life lessons (or maybe not).
I was in the third grade when we ran into some "Little Willie" poems, by Harry Graham They were unlike anything we had heard before, and we could hardly believe they were in books put together by adults. We had such a blast reciting them, that they have ever been with me, and over the years I have...
Two of the most controversial subjects of discussion are politics and religion. For that reason many writers avoid these topics..well not me. I hope you enjoy these politically incorrect limericks.
We often hear people talk about limericks but the word seems foreign to us and we wonder what is a limerick? And how do we write one? Learn about it here along with some interesting facts...
A collection of limericks inspired by the world of sport and those who participate.
The Hillbilly State has been known to laugh at itself. Join me in a few laughs at my own people.
Join me in some more laughs at my own people. This hub features the Clinton "Lieberry".
A short ditty about a woman fed up with a MCP boss who tells him exactly what he can do with the job and starts to walk out. Surprisingly, well, you'll be surprised. Is it autobiographical? Could be!