Limerick Poems About Easter | Easter Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: imagination, life, love, natureeaster,

Undone Hidden Flaws

There once was a garden in Thomaston
But all the hidden flaws show now in sun
     Bombarded by winter cold
     Delicate Easter dress bold
Became frozen, tattered, falling undone

Now that lovely garden in Thomaston
Back in early spring's golden rays of sun
      Rose blooms, tulips open tips
      Flawless are flowers no thrips
Remember Rose Trellis_ love's embrace spun

Poem Details | by Kimberly Shaw |
Categories: fun, nonsense, , cute,

Easter in Nonsense Alley

John and Jack Bunny are snoozin'
For Easter will keep them both cruisin'

Cute, puffy white tails
Big, tall ears like sails

Hippity hop!  Those kids are droolin'

Poem Details | by Jaycee Cervenka |
Categories: celebration, easter, family, fun,

Egg Hunt

The Easter egg hunt was a blast,
With everyone running quite fast
Confetti in our hair
Not to mention underwear
Let's hope that dye isn't cast.

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: easter, funny, easter,

Easter Bunny's Demise

The Easter Rabbit had a spat with his wife
She said  the dumb eggs were ruining her life
Laying eggs is so boring
Then there's your snoring
He met his demise with her carving knife...

NOTE:..apparently she borrowed the knife from
the farmer's wife ,who had been having trouble
with some blind mice.

For the "Clue" contest

Poem Details | by POET. UNDERTAKER |
Categories: humor,

Ethical Rascal

Once there was a man called Easter Ethics
behaves in a mischievous teasing way, critic
“heat and fun motivates
if mutual trust is active”
bloody! ethical rascals amaze writers by critique  

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: business, funny, politicaleaster,

October, 1582

The Julian calendar threw
Spring’s equinox path far askew 
But Gregory’s shift
Of ten days closed the rift
So Easter eggs roll now on cue

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: chocolate, giggle, holiday,

Steaming in Sweets

Florida’s steaming sun comes into play
Even on the joyful Easter Sunday

An Easter basket prepared with great care
Wee Wendy eats before saying a prayer
     In ninety-degree heat
     Ah, the taste’s so sweet
Blonde it once was, but now brown is her hair

Li’l Adam tore through his basket too fast
Chocolate bunnies and eggs downed in a flash
His folks had hoped the Easter treats would last
But to the bathroom, Adam had to dash

*Couplet, Limerick and Quatrain
Written April 15, 2014

Poem Details | by Robert A. Dufresne |
Categories: funnyeaster, easter,

Splitting Easter Hares

T'was Easter morn and she thought it strange and funny,
Her basket contained neither chocolate, eggs nor money,
But there laid in the Easter grass,
To the surprise of the happy lass,
Was a package of batteries signed " Energizer Bunny".

Description of my love's Easter basket this morn, she found in the hay barn.
 April 24, 2011

Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: funny, imagination, satireeaster,

I Must Tell

I have a friend, who makes money,
By telling jokes, while being funny,
He doesn’t do very well.
By what I must tell,
His suit looks like the Easter bunny.

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: animal, chocolate, easter, humorous,


I once met a sad Easter bunny He cried as his choc eggs were runny I said hop on your feet And get out of this heat Try Iceland, I hear it’s not sunny! 04~10~17

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Butterfly On an Easter Bunny

Butterfly on An Easter Bunny

Thought that this was kind of funny;
Butterfly being on an Easter Bunny,
In backyard out on green grass;
Me by hope my love would not pass,
Who was always sweet as honey.

Jim Horn

Someone mentioned butterfly
being on an Easter bunny so
wrote this poem

Poem Details | by George Aul |
Categories: humor,

Not Harvey

I thought I saw a big Easter bunny
when it hopped it looked really funny,
so I put my beer glass down
and then began my big frown...
it's my wife at the bar wanting money!

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy, religious,

Became Beligerent

Became Beligerent

People near Christ became belligerent
Wondering what transfiguration meant;
Clothing glowed that in He was dressed;
All those around Him were impressed;
Thankful to God His Son had been sent.

Jim Horn

Now on to my next poem which
is the climax for EasterWonder
if Easter Egg Hunt is still on for
the White House.