Short Poems, Long Poems & Limericks

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Limbo Land

There's a place where Nothing lives

And they call it Limbo Land

But Nothing gets bored sometimes

So it likes to dance


And the limbo is its dance of choice

And the rules it makes aren't fair

You might go mad in Limbo Land

Inside Nothing's lair


You cannot stand in Limbo Land

It's against the law

You'll be forever bent backwards

With your body close to the floor


The bar is set low in Limbo Land

It's like no other place

You'll see a lot of the ceiling

But not another face


If you get left in Limbo Land

Where time refuses to flow

There's only one way to spend eternity

And that is laying low


But there is a way out of Limbo Land

If you can make it to the floor

And limbo so low

That you can go

And limbo right under the door!


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