Some Christmas limericks from The Omnificent English Dictionary In Limerick Form
Though merchants may tally its worth,
Our reflections should turn to His birth:
Christmas celebrates when
God appeared among men
With a message of peace for the earth.
If I missed out on Christmas, perhaps
It’s because I was one of those chaps
Who had chances to be
Perched upon Santa’s knee
But, unfortunately, let them lapse.
By a star, the three wise men were led.
But they found, as they stood at His bed,
That the one brightest light
On that first Christmas night
Was the glow from the Son of God’s head.
There’s a brightly lit tree in the hall,
Lots of cards, all displayed on the wall.
Gifts are wrapped, shopping’s done,
Now it’s time for the fun—
Happy Christmas, dear friends, one and all!
May your Christmas be filled with delight;
May your tinsel be sparkly and bright;
May your crackers go pop!
May you eat till you drop;
And may you and your in-laws not fight.
The Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, Many, MANY Faces of Santa Claus! by Fred Hembeck
Kringus Offerings by Samurai Frog
The arithmetic of Christmas: This person’s been talking about Christmas only since April. While it’s been less than 2% of my lifetime since last Christmas, it’s been over 20% of hers.