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“The Truth” Limerick

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Everton made a hopeful beginning
LFC spoilt our chances by "sinning"
We trust that this story
Will end in great glory
but at present, the red shite are winning

Forget the current "civil war" between us re Kirkby and let's just get those barcodes stuffed on Sunday.
Ron Joynson, South Devon     Posted 07/05/2008 at 17:15:23

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Albert Dock
1   Posted 08/05/2008 at 06:32:54

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Darra pome?
Mike Byrne
2   Posted 08/05/2008 at 09:12:04

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I have always hated poetry and this attempt hasn?t helped convince me otherwise

For a limerick it doesn't even scan and is not funny!!!

Some sad sad people around.
Ray Roche
3   Posted 08/05/2008 at 09:15:37

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I can just about remember the first line of a limerick...
"There was a young girl in a punt"

sorry... I forget the rest.
Albert Dock
4   Posted 08/05/2008 at 09:40:14

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If you are of a certain age then the next line would have to be about Ernie Hunt and THAT free kick at Coventry.
Jason Broome
5   Posted 08/05/2008 at 10:11:46

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I don’t know Ray let me see...
There was a young girl in a punt
whose brother was an f’in runt.
He plastered her knickers,
with peppermint stickers
and now she has an itchy (Ernie Hunt!?)
Ciaran Duff
6   Posted 08/05/2008 at 15:02:52

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Ok, it may not win any prizes but here?s my one for Tony M :-

There was an ould Toffee called Marsh
Whose comments were often quite harsh
He was only really happy
When the blues played crappy
and his season always finishes in March.

Albert Dock
7   Posted 08/05/2008 at 16:27:24

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There was an Everton poem penned in 1906 following the FA Cup Final win against Newcastle.

The middle verse:

O Evertonians,such a day
So fought, so sweetly won,
Hath ne’er inspired a roundelay
Since ever time begun;
As sweet as toffee to the tongue
Was that one splendid goal by Young.

The final lines:

A statue on a plinth so tall
Erected near St George’s Hall.

Anthony Newell
8   Posted 08/05/2008 at 23:20:13

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Roy, nothing is guaranteed on Sunday and I would be having serious palpitations about Owen rupturing our ambitions for next seasons lucky losers cup. Expect therefore a cagey encounter with the usual suspects in midfield, probably one up front, "keep it tight at the back lads, make sure we get a point" type mentality. And Moyes wants another six years, Jesus wept... put that to verse

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