• Flo Abena, Rancho Penasquitos, 2.
  • AD Albright, San Diego, 2.
  • Mary Arana, Encinitas, 2.
  • Geoff Armour, Carlsbad, 2.
  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 2.
  • L. Barling, El Cajon, 2.
  • Johanna Barry, Pine Valley, 2.
  • Evelyn Bowser, Hillcrest, 2.
  • Charlotte Brown, Clairemont, 2.
  • Bob Carlson, Serra Mesa, 2.
  • Bryan Chandler, San Diego, 2.
  • Leslie Chase, Campo, 2.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 2.
  • Carolyn Clark, Lakeside, 2.
  • Maria Coda, Oceanside, 2.
  • Dianne Collinsgru, Escondido, 2.
  • * Tommy Conroy, La Mesa, 2. My fish is suddenly limping, But how can a swimmer be gimping? Something's wrong with his hips, Gliding sideways he trips, Then lies on the bottom wimp-simping.
  • * Betsy Cory, Chula Vista, 2. I once met a fellow named Dan, A handsome and affable man. But we somehow lost touch, If he reads crosswords much, Maybe Dan will remember who I am.
  • Ben Dean, Bay Park, 2.
  • Thomas Diehl, Escondido, 2.
  • Dale Duffala, Bird Rock, 2.
  • George Elam, Vista, 2.
  • Ben Espe, Mission Valley, 2.
  • Carolyn Foley, Carlsbad, 2.
  • Jacque Glick, El Cajon, 2.
  • Susan Haley, Chula Vista, 2.
  • David Hall, San Diego, 2.
  • Paula Henderson, La Jolla, 2.
  • W. Hodgson, Escondido, 2.
  • Ron Hootman, Santee, 2.
  • Richard Hutchings, Santee, 2.
  • George Jackson, Oceanside, 2.
  • * Larry Johnsgard, Escondido, 2. A rancher's yard full of junk, Was used by a runaway skunk. The owner said, "Dear, That new smell is queer." She said, "No---it's the same when you're drunk!"
  • Martha Klages, Encanto, 2.
  • Drew Lettington, Mission Hills, 2.
  • Richard Lewis, San Diego, 2.
  • Elaine Marume, Oceanside, 2.
  • Ray Mc Murtry, Chula Vista, 2.
  • F.A. Nalu, El Cajon, 2.
  • Kimberly Osinski, San Diego, 2.
  • Burr Passenheim, Linda Vista, 2.
  • Bill Pischke, Ramona, 2.
  • Janie Redmond, Cardiff, 2.
  • Jane M. Reilly, University City, 2.
  • Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 2.
  • Marc Richard , Banker's Hill, 2.
  • Jay Sato, Carmel Valley, 2.
  • Raymond Schwartz, Clairemont, 2.
  • Tyler Skarz, Encinitas, 2.
  • Martin Soblick, Del Mar, 2.
  • Sherrie Stockdale, Vista, 2.
  • Chris Van Haften, Murrieta, 2.
  • Jennifer Vuksinich, El Cajon, 2.
  • Rita Weiss, Escondido, 2.
  • Susan Williams, North Park, 2.
  • Ric Witt, Clairemont, 2.
  • Mark Moskowitz, Universty Heights, 1. A limerick should have intent, To bring forth a thought that is meant, It should have some focus, Not just Hocus Pocus, To rhyme with some word you invent.
  • Amber Rogowicz, San Diego , 1.

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skyboots June 6, 2012 @ 8:43 a.m.

The majority of these lymericks are awful, following none of the rules of lymerick rhyme or reason.

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jerry June 20, 2012 @ 7:33 a.m.

I agree, but what are the rules? Trying to think of something original and quirky takes twice as much time as solving the darn puzzle. I could go on-line and take one from the limerick site, but that would be too easy. I do feel lucky, as I have had 3 chosen so far.

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