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Isaac Asimov

Isaac Asimov was an American writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston University. He was known for his works of science fiction and popular science.

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On John Ciardimore_vert

To make friends with the lumpish John Ciardi

Needs a spirit uncouth, rough, and hardy.

When in line for a bit

Of amusement and wit—

Did he get it? Why, no, he was tardy.


by Isaac Asimov


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Wee pinmore_vert

Said a certain young man with a grin,

"I think it is time to begin."

Said the girl with a sneer,

"With what? Why, your pee-er

Is scarcely as big as a pin."


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Oh daddymore_vert

A pious young minister’s pappy

Had a sex life, diverse, hot, and snappy.

It shocked his dear son

When he had all that fun,

But it made girl parishioners happy.


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She is so dopemore_vert

Upon high Olympus, great Zeus

Muttered angrily, “Oh, what the deuce!

It takes spiced ambrosia

To get the nymphs cosier

And Hera supplies grapefruit juice.”


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Drinking ginmore_vert

There was once was a girl who drank gin.

That isn’t too bad to begin,

But reiteration

Shows a high correlation

With behavioral lapses called sin.


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A social bequestmore_vert

The once-steemed Lady Hortense

Contracted from one of our gents

A social bequest

She passed on to the best

With what we feel was malice prepense.


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Abhorrencemore_vert

There was a young lady of Florence

Who could not abide D. H. Lawrence

When invited by Frieda

To follow the leader

She expressed what is best called abhorrence.


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We all get oldmore_vert

There was an old lady of Brewster

Who would mutter, whenever I gewster,

“You’re losing the knack,

Or you’re missing the crack,

'Cause it don’t feel as good as it yewster.”


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Temptress of the Nilemore_vert

Cleopatra’s a cute little minx

With a sex life that’s loaded with kinks

Marcus A. she would steer amid

The palms and Great pyramid

And they’d screw on the head of the sphinx.


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Dessertmore_vert

There was a young woman named Rhoda

As sweet as a chocolate soda.

It was such a delight

To screw her at night

Then once more at dawn as a coda.


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An utter disastermore_vert

There was a sweet girl of Decatur

Who went to sea on a freighter.

She was screwed by the master

-An utter disaster-

But the crew all made up for it later.


by Isaac Asimov


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