Recently my daughter gifted me with numerous reprint pages of the New York Times from the beginning of crossword puzzle pages in the 1940's until near present time. I have enjoyed working these puzzles until I encountered one themed as Puns, and Anagrams. The clues are mysteriously obscure and I am having a real struggle solving it. I'll keep at it but it is truly annoying not being able to figure it out. Perhaps because it was created in 1943, I am out of tune with the thinking of that era.
I discover that people who like puns also have a love for limericks. I belong to that crowd. Creating limerick poems can be a lot of fun. Limericks have a reputation for being both risque and ribald but there are many that are amusing without being either. Here is one from Wikipedia.
I was working on an original one for a geezer skier but the creative juices don't seem to be working today so maybe another time. Stay tuned.