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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the form of verse. For the city, see Limerick. For other uses, see Limerick disambiguation. The Penguin dictionary of literary terms and literary theory 4. London [u. Retrieved 6 October The Secret of Humor. Rodopi, John Thomlinson β€” : One Dr. Bainbridge went from Cambridge to Oxon [Oxford] to be astronomy professor, and reading a lecture happened to say de Polis et Axis, instead of Axibus. Upon which one said, Dr.

Bainbridge was sent from Cambridge,β€”to read lectures de Polis et Axis; but lett them that brought him hither, return him thither, and teach him his rules of syntaxis. One meaning for the phrase, proposed by Stephen Goranson on ADS-list, would be a reference to the Treaty of Limerick, and mean surrender , settle , get to the point , get with the program. XLII, no. Explorations in the Field of Nonsense. Wim Tigges.

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Contemporary Poets. Bloom's modern critical views revised ed. New York: Infobase Publishing. Retrieved 7 May The generation of poets who stand together now, mature and ready to write the major American verse of the twenty-first century, may yet be seen as what Stevens called 'a great shadow's last embellishment,' the shadow being Emerson's.

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In Mackerras, Colin ed. University of Hawaii Press. Dutcher, Roger ed. The alchemy of stars. Science Fiction Poetry Association. LXII, no. Invisible fences: prose poetry as a genre in French and American literature. University of Nebraska Press. Providence College. January 1, Considered one of the most revolutionary Latin American poets writing today, Giannina Braschi, author of the epic prose poem 'Empire of Dreams'. Mary Hutchings Reed.

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Retrieved 5 May Academy of American Poets. Power Poetry. This audio file was created from a revision of the article " Poetry " dated , and does not reflect subsequent edits to the article. Birthday poetry can express appreciation, as this birthday wish does. I hope you enjoy your birthday, All the pleasures it has in store, And because I appreciate you, I hope you have many more! It's not for your power or status or wealth; It's because you make everyone shine. May your birthday be filled with all you desire; You're a person I really respect and admire!

This free happy birthday poem is a birthday verse that celebrates a very special person. I Celebrate You On your birthday, I celebrate you! On your special day, I'm thinking of all the wonderful things you are that bring so much joy to others, including me! I celebrate your unconquerable spirit, that lets you meet every challenge with confidence, enthusiasm and persistence. I admire your sensitivity.

You see needs that cry out to be met that no one else sees, and you meet them, out of your deep and caring heart, out of your wisdom, out of your strength. I treasure your uniqueness; There is no one else like you, and I feel blessed to know such an extraordinary person. I appreciate you, respect you, cherish you, look up to you. May each new birthday be the best one ever for you; You deserve it!

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This birthday poem is designed for one older man to send to another. I said to Karl, "Honey," women send most of the cards, and the age factor really limits the audience for this poem. Does this belong on the funny poems page? Let me know. You look good for your age, I could say, But you look good to me any day. When I look in the mirror, I sigh, 'Cause I know the mirror doesn't lie. You're aging like me, so you see You're getting to be an old guy.

Birthday poems are not always rhyming poems. This birthday message in free verse expresses warm feelings toward the birthday person. Best Birthday It's your birthday You have given me so much-- supported me, encouraged me, cared for me; I didn't even need to ask. I celebrate your wonderful self! I am in awe of your boundless generosity, your infinite kindness--that gentle inner glow that you so freely use to warm my life.

Your birthday is as much a celebration for me as it is for you, maybe more, and I wish for you the best of birthdays, the best one ever.

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May each birthday be better than the last. Most of all, I hope you will always be As happy as you have made me. This birthday poem for a friend indicates that the sender is thinking frequently and fondly about the recipient. Friendship Birthday Wish Some things get better with time so they say; You follow that rule, as my friend, day by day.

So whenever your birthday, each year, comes around, I'm reminded of joys in our friendship I've found. A friend birthday poem that tells them how valuable they are to you can make your friendship bond stronger than ever. This free verse nonrhyming birthday wish poem sends sentimental hopes and wishes to your friend. I hope that for every candle on your cake you get a wonderful surprise. I wish for you that whatever you want most in life, it comes to you, just the way you imagined it, or better.

I hope you get as much pleasure from our friendship as I do. I wish we were sisters, so I could have known you from the beginning. I look forward to enjoying our friendship for many more of your birthdays. I'm so glad you were born, because you brighten my life and fill it with joy. I've been writing birthday poems in the form of limericks, to put in cards for friends. If you have a friend whose name rhymes with the names of my friends, you can use them in your cards. For example, your friend's name might be Kathleen, or Colleen or Celine, etc. We all know a cute gal, Arlene, On her birthdays, she looks like a teen.

She's vivacious and hot; We love her a lot; Of good cheer she's the absolute queen! There is a tall beauty named Lin; Her funny jokes make us all grin. Birthday messages are often sent to family members. Although I wrote this daughter birthday poem in free verse for my own stepdaughter, Kim, it's a daughter birthday poem that you could use, too, if it fits your daughter. For Name , on Her Birthday It's your birthday, but we got the gift You glow with sensitivity and compassion generated from the depths of your warm heart and and kind soul. A loving mom, a peacemaker, a woman full of the joy of life, that's you.

Anyone who spends time with you is privileged to know such an extraordinary person. You are a great joy in our lives. We love you and cherish you and treasure you and wish that every one of your birthdays will be the happiest yet. I have two wonders in my in my life And one is my daughter! Now, as we get older And the birthdays go by, I love her more Than there are stars in the sky. She is the part of my living That helps me feel, I did fine. So happy birthday, my daughter, so dear I wish you more happiness With each passing year.

I'm happy you're in my life; You're my winner, come what may. May your birthday wishes come true On your very special day. You can customize this granddaughter birthday poem by substituting something like "pretty brown hair" for "pretty blond curls. Special Granddaughter There's someone we love, Our special granddaughter; She's sweet and she's nice, Just like Dad and Mom taught her. She's got a really cute smile And pretty blond curls; She's a wonderful person, The best of all girls. We're so glad she's ours; We rejoice every day; She's our angel granddaughter, And we just want to say Happy Birthday Name!

Exceptional Sister She's one in a million, Our wonderful sister; She's smart and she's strong; We just can't resist her. Sis, we're so glad You're in our family; We really do love you, As you plainly can see. So have a great birthday; Know we're thinking of you, Giving love and support In all that you do!

Baby's First Birthday It's your very first birthday, baby, One candle on your cake; Proud parents stare in wonder At each new move you make. We join in celebration, As this special date arrives, For baby has brought pleasure Into all our lives. We look forward now to seeing How you progress and grow, From the cute and tiny infant You were one year ago. So dig into your icing; Enjoy your presents, too. The reason for this day Is a special person--you! Birthday greetings for that big half century mark are popular.

This 50th birthday poem celebrates that event. I guess you could fill a great big book With everything you know. A whole half century of living Is nothing to sneeze about, So if you're a little patched and worn, Don't you dare frown or pout.