A lawyer, on losing a case,
was angry at man as a race.
He decided to sue
All the people he knew
And again had a smile on his face.
A lawyer I met at the zoo
Was bored and suggested we sue.
He said, “Lions are lame,
And the tigers are tame.
I’d prefer some money from you.”
There was once a lawyer so kind
That he’d sue all the men who were blind.
“You have not the right
To be lacking your sight,”
Were the words of that lawyer so kind.
2 new limericks by Paul Burgess and a 3rd written for his first ever post [https://paulwhitberg.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/5-limericks-a-day-to-keep-the-dr-away-day-1-2/
“To My Mother’s ‘AttorneySon’ on His Birthday”
To Dustin: “Here’s a birthday card for you.
Sincerely, All the People that* you Sue.”
*”Whom” would sound too pretentious here…