Limerick Poems About Baseball | Baseball Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: baseball, september, sports,

Sleepy Sport

In our heads the season was far from over
so we played a game in late September.
He said, "before the sun sets
can we not take a rest?"
"But we already are, this is baseball remember?"


Poem Details | by RALPH TAYLOR |
Categories: funny

Ace in the Hell

God said, " Baseball  between us sounds swell"!

Satan replied, "Your team, just will not, do well"!

        "I know Mantle and Ruth play for you

         but there ain't a whole lot, they can do

cause  the Umpires, are all down here, in Hell"!



Poem Details | by Sandy Ivy D |
Categories: funny,

Sympathy

 I knew a man with a sailors hat
Fat and chubby, smelled like a rat
         kissed him out of stupidity,
         now he's down on one knee,
Somebody give me a baseball bat!

6-4-12
         


Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: sports

Mariner Fan

We're glad the baseball season is over.
For Mariner fans, no fields of clover.
Won half as many as we lost.
Tickets too high at half the cost.
Next season look for a big makeover.






For Linda-Marie's Sport  Limerick contest  won #4


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: silly,

Fairies And Gnomes



In the land of fairies and gnomes Was a gnome often seen on the phone An up to date fairy With armpits quite hairy Like all baseball players was spit prone © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by John Monteblanco |
Categories: education, passion

Career Dreams

I always wanted to be a baseball player for the New York Mets
But I never wanted to try my best so I just looked like a hopeless stem
One day I'll show them all
I'ma be the only one standing tall
As for the dreams that can be obtained right now, I'm going full force at them.


Poem Details | by Anonymous Poet |
Categories: baseball, depression,

Take me out to the Ball Blame

It's been a long season,
With Vict'ry our reason.
Cub's baseball is always a joke.

We just needed four,
Though we wanted more,
Our victory's near we had spoke.

A billy goat ban,
Then Bartman the fan
They're reasons we like to evoke.

They may well have been, 
And might come again
But the Cubs see the big one and choke.



Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: baseball,

The Jays Are In Flight



A baseball fanatic, I am, I am Blue Jays are in flight, holy hot damn Bautista and crew The ball they tattoo Winners down to the very last man © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: baseball,

It's The Jays All The Way



Can't wait for baseball to start up again The Blue Jays are favoured to clean up AMEN They're certainly due Since nineteen ninety-two Our tongues hang out while cheering for them © Jack Ellison 2016


Poem Details | by Jimmy Anderson |
Categories: funny, holidayme,

Me and Santa

Age 5
As a child I awoke from my slumber
I arose from the couch to grab a cucumber
   Santa was eating my cookies.
   Like a baseball rookie.
I threw the cucumber and Santa fell like lumber!

Age 6
Santa returned the following year.
No presents for me was my biggest fear.
   I hid behind the couch.
   I heard Santa say "ouch."
He slipped on my marbles and fell on his rear!

Age 7
The following Christmas was a surprise to me.
I fell asleep curled up under the tree
   Santa woke me with a smile
   He said, "It's been awhile."
Then dumped Rudolph's dung on me!


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humor,

Mossy Bob



Have any of you ladies been hit with a lob From a baseball right in your “mossy bob” As a male I cringe I feel a twinge Remembering some groin hits, I still start to sob


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: life,

Life's Like A Baseball Game



Don't know if you've noticed but life is like a baseball game You start out as a rookie, then get through the middle frames You start to notice the signs It's the bottom of the ninth Seems like a quick game but hope for extra innings remains


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

A Cap And A Belt



Now picture this little scene if you can On our wedding night, a little humour I had planned Came into the room looking svelte In only a baseball cap and a belt It sure broke the ice and the night turned out grand


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

A Mossy Bob



Have any of you ladies been hit with a lob From a baseball right in your “mossy bob” As a male I cringe I feel a twinge Remembering some groin hits, I still start to sob


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: baseball,

Baseball's Little Guy



A little guy by baseball standards is garnering much praise His name is Devon Travis of the Toronto Blue Jays He's on a tear Hits more than his share Of doubles and homers, he continues to amaze


Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: cat, education, funny, giggle,

Teacher's Pet

My math teacher's favorite cat
Likes to wear a baseball hat.
Till our class stared it down
And it purred with a frown,
The Red Sox man are where it's at.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: baseball,

Jackie Robinson



This guy's been a baseball fanatic since I was ten Jackie Robinson was my hero, first man of colour back then History in the making He was shaking' and baking' Most teams weren't accepting but my Montreal Royals were..amen!


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: baseball,

Wait Till Next Year



Wait till next year is a common baseball cry Disappointment abounds, as the fans say goodbye Not every year's a winner This one was even grimmer Maybe next year we won't need another alibi


Poem Details | by Alfred Berggren |
Categories: humor,

Pete

There once was a baseball player named Pete.
Who was the most famous man of one feat
In swinging at bad balls
he drew many cat call.
For in striking out he'd often repeat.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: discrimination,

Indian Summer



It's a spectacular week of weather ahead for us guys They used to call it Indian Summer but it's no longer wise The baseball Braves and Indians Need to change their insignias Long overdue, unacceptable in First Nation's eyes