Limerick

A student of Christian divinity

was trying to fathom the Trinity.

She surmised that their wives

led parallel lives

but were destined to meet at infinity.

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3 Responses to Limerick

  1. Rob Cumming says:

    Swinburne would like this one Trish. (it was him who wrote limericks wasn’t it?)
    keep publishing!

    • trishrhymes says:

      Don’t know about Swinburne, Rob, I only know Edward Lear wrote lots of them, mostly pretty pathetic as he used the same word for the rhyme in lines 1 or 2 and 5 – but then I don’t suppose he had a rhyming dictionary.

  2. sue cumming says:

    mathematical Christianity! it all adds up!! More please Trish

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