Star Wars myths and musings. Episode IV: the Limerick Menace.
I'm not serious all the time with these posts, so had a little fun and did a rogue one while watching Return of the Jedi on TNT the other day.
Star Wars limericks: Yoda to Lando Calrissian
There once was a Jedi named Yoda
Who looked like a mini Abe Vigoda
And but of course
He’s strong in the Force
But still ended up on Dagobah
There once was a lovable rogue
Who went by the name Han Solo
Got called a Nerf Herder
But that didn’t matter
Because in the end he was a hero.
There once was Jabba the Hutt
Whose face looked like a butt
He really did squirm
Just like a fat worm
As he choked and his eyes finally shut.
There once was a princess in white
Who really fought the good fight
She inspired little girls
With hair bound in curls
And will forever live on in the light
There once was a young Skywalker
Who got good with a lightsaber
He challenged his foe
And low and behold
It turned out to be his father
There once was an Emperor named Palpatine
Whose face looked like a rotten old nectarine
He embraced the Dark Side
But his face he couldn’t hide
After a mishap with his own Force lightning.
There once was a bounty hunter named Fett
Who had all the guns you could possibly get
He caught a big prize
That lead to his demise
And he fell into the great Carkoon pit.
There once was the battle station Death Star
And you could see it coming from afar
It had a vulnerable port
Quite stupid in short
And a single shot turned it to litter.
There once was a great Wookie named Chewie
Tall as a mammoth and just as wooly
He could pilot a rocket
And pull arms out of sockets
But if winning at Dejarik he’s friendly
There once was a man named Lando Calrissian
Who ran the gas mining colony of Bespin
Rocked a blue cape
Draped from his nape
But wished he still owned the Millennium Falcon
There once was a boy from Tatooine
Becoming a Jedi was his dream
But sometime later
Became Darth Vader
Though through his bold son Luke was redeemed.
That's all. Could go on forever but feel free to leave your own in the comments section.