The second limerick was in response to the English cricket team's lacklustre (typical British understatement) performance in the Cricket World Cup.
The two limericks are below:
Some Chelsea fans got on a train
in Paris and couldn't refrain
from behaving like louts,
using vile racist shouts,
just to prove English thugs have no brain.
Alas, England’s cricketers slumped,
and out of the tourney were dumped.
And back home in Blighty,
a country once mighty
at cricket, we're thoroughly stumped.
Anyhow, with my mojo reasserting itself, it's back to the keyboard.
Below are links to my Canterbury Tale published by Coscom Entertainment, my most recent Global Short Story Competition winner, my short-listed story for the National newspaper, Abu Dhabi's, annual short story competition and a story that appeared on the Every Day Fiction site - where you can leave a comment: