Two Limericks



  A woman who’d hated to clean
   Since way back when she was a teen,
   Opened up Pine Sol
   Let it sit, that’s all.
   ’Til the house smelled ever so clean.
  
   A fellow who’d planned to come clean
   Realized his idea was not keen.
   He admitted a bit,
   Then lickety-split,
   He wrapped himself in saintly sheen.

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  1. Thanks for your fun contributions to last week's Limerick-Off!
    Madeleine Begun Kane

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