How Many Lines Are in a Limerick?

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The standard form of limericks is to have only have five lines.
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Composed of five lines, the limerick adheres to a strict rhyme scheme and bouncy rhythm.
The first two lines rhyme with each other, the third and fourth rhyme together, and the fifth line repeats the first line or rhymes with it.
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