Limerick: Trying A Limerick

Poem By AtreyaSarma Uppaluri

Every trick up his sleeve - tried Patrick
To somehow compose a limerick
But it never did click
So he became damn sick
And turned an early geriatric

[Mar 31,2009: : Hyderabad - 500 056]

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