Once an engineer in Bengaluru,
Wanted to profess his love so true.
His story wouldn't be tragic,
If not for the traffic.
For the girl asked, "Uncle, who are you?"
There was once a software engineer,
Who once proudly said, I have no fear,
But then the bug crawled,
Later the boss called,
"Sorry to say, no bonus this year!"
These poems as the title suggests are Limericks. Okay so I wasn't satisfied writing one so I wrote two.
A limerick is a short, comical, and almost musical poem that often borders on the nonsensical or obscene. While there are slight variations in this style of poetry, they all fall
within the same rhythmic umbrella. A true limerick has five lines; the
first, second, and fifth rhyme with each other, and the third and fourth rhyme with each other.
Participating in Half Marathon Blogging Challenge with Blogchatter. This post is written for Day 14.
Labels: Funny, Limerick, Poem, Poetry