Rhyme and punishment
"Whose counsel, then, did you, my rabbi, seek
To talk about your son's distressing choice?"
"Well, God Himself's with whom I chose to speak!"
"And what said He? What comforts did He voice?"
The rabbi paused, and smiled, and slapped his knee.
"God said, 'It's funny that you came to me ... '"
The Philosopher's Stoned, retold as a limerick
At a Paris saloon known as Cheers,
A famed thinker is offered some beers.
Already on pot,