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  • Tommy Conroy, La Mesa, 1.
  • Betsy Cory, Chula Vista, 1.
  • Ben Dean, Bay Park, 1.
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  • * Paula Henderson, La Jolla, 1. There once was a man named Francisco, Who wanted to learn how to disco, He tried for a day, But slipped right away, No has the nickname of Crisco.
  • W. Hodgson, Escondido, 1.
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  • George Jackson, Oceanside, 1.
  • * Larry Johnsgard, Escondido, 1. A bay newborn in Alforque, Arrived in the beak of a stork, An observant cook, Gave it one look, And gasped, "No, I asked you for pork!"
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  • * Marc Richard , Banker's Hill, 1. You must pay attention to meter, The limerick is not just repeater, Two lines- three steps stressed, Then two so addressed, Last line matches first two much neater.
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skyboots May 30, 2012 @ 8:35 p.m.

Finally, a writer followed the limerick rules! Thank you, Marc Richmond! All these mis-metered rhymes were making me crazy.

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