Limerick Poems About Nature | Nature Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: autumn, beautiful, change, nature,


September lovely September
Immerse us in colorful splendor
The next thirty days
Please thrill and amaze
With beauty we'll always remember

September lovely September
Embrace Mother Nature so tender
She may blush bright red
Turning down flower beds
While summer honorably surrenders

September lovely September
Full moon of harvest you'll render
Though lovers may stare
And dreamers may dare
You'll always be autumn's defender

   original poem by Daniel Turner

Poem Details | by Lu Loo |
Categories: humorous, mother, wedding,

Mother In Law

A l i e n a t e me from the mother-in-law, malignant by nature with many flaws- “Oh don’t try to flatter me! You’re inurbane, can’t you see!” I surely failed getting luck of the draw! His mother can sure be quite capricious, and most of the time can be malicious- “Please gravitate off the earth, you d i s s i p a t e your own worth… and your apple pie isn’t delicious!” I liked her in a transitory way, until she RUINED my own wedding day- Tripped me walking down the aisle, perspicuous! Saw her smile---- :) as a scapegoat she blamed it on Aunt May! Ten Word Challenge Contest Sponsor: John Hamilton Date Written: September 5, 2016

Poem Details | by Keith Trestrail |
Categories: funny, humorous,

Everyone Needs a Hobby

I love things in nature that flock and herd 
yet as a birdwatcher my lens gets blurred.
  Not in the forest's deep far reach
  but with my spyglass at the beach
gazin' the tanned large breasted booby bird!

                     May 2015

Poem Details | by Gail DeBole |
Categories: bird, fear, growing up,

Sobbin Robin

Posted on 8/20/2013
Updated 8/21/2013

Sobbin’ Robin kept hoppin’ around.
His beak in a downward frown.
First time out of the nest
Unsure of his Baby Bird Quest
His meek chirping was his only sound.

Sobbin’ Robin was too scared to fly.
So scared that he didn’t even try.
He chirped out a loud sigh
That shifted the sky
And a breeze stopped his next chirpy cry.

Unknown to Scared Sobbin’ Robin
Was that Mother Nature kept him hoppin’
When the wind caught his wings
He started to sing
And now flies with birds sans any sobbin'.

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: beautiful, sad,

Survival Of The Fittest

Watched a nature program about Africa last night And the animals that roam free what a glorious sight Survival of the fittest Can make us grimace As the prey succumbs in a fight for their life Hard to watch!!! © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by sherif goda |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, nature,

Natural Beauty

The nature surrounds us everywhere
In deep running water or high flying air
So we need not to complain
We have to forget our pain
Let's look at natural beauty and stare

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: faith, nature

Face it!

The forces of nature are odd
So is that why we invent god? 
Our deity’s norm
Seems to be human form
And reflects this silly facade

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: business, funny, life, philosophy,

Lemmings never pay the phone company

"Tree huggers” use AT&T
The human cost catastrophe
On the horizon
Like text from Verizon
Is sent with the speed of 4G
Pollution's still booked at no 
And Earth’s expenses neatly tossed
Off the balance sheet
With a "Sprint" so complete
The effects on nature seem lost 

Yes EPA rules do offend
Those who crave Earth’s wealth without end
They claim to hate debt
But have seen nothing yet
Like phone bills "T-Mobile" might send! 

Author's note:  It seems ironic and strange that debt haters (like tea party supporters, for 
example) and those who are pushing more reliance on fossil fuel and less "subsidy" for 
renewables (Romney/Ryan for example) support the continuation of policies and 
practices that will damage the environment and that will hurt future generations They are 
pushing growth and not pushing conservation I would have more respect for them if 
they talked about the costs as well as the benefits of their plans I wonder if it might just 
be a scam to reward large corporations for the short term and stick it to the rest of us for 
generations That would be nothing new.

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: mother, nature,

A Pill Fits the Bill

Mama eagle’s dear chickies were ill,
so she told them to lie very still.
“You just wait here for me,”
she said most tenderly.
Then she flew off to get them a pill.

Baby eagles, like most kids, detest,
taking pillsMom returned to the nest
with dead mice in her bill
which concealed the crushed pill
Doctor Stork had prescribed with good rest!

For John Freeman's
 "Pure Thoughts On Nature Poetry Contest"

Poem Details | by James Marshall Goff |
Categories: inspirational


There once was an eponym maligned
Whose gender was quietly confined
Now away with your fears!
Turn those tears to cheers!
As nature intends your defined!

© All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: weather,

Old Mother Nature

Okay, Okay, enough already with this crap Spring can come anytime now, just look at a map It's not the north pole It's taking it's toll Old Mother Nature must be having a nap

Poem Details | by jeffry cohan |
Categories: angst, health,

FREE CEE one or two of the six people who will read this might find it humorous

                          WAVE THE WAVES GOODBYE
there once was a beach in beleze
upon which a girl begged me "please"
so i put my hand
where nature had planned
and that's how i got this disease
  (c) copy write PHREEPOETREE ~free cee!~

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: business, death, introspection, satire

A Little Bang

Mother Nature being supreme
Who beckons her violent scream?
Blind men lust for cash
Binding her into ash
The dust of kind Eden’s regime

Poem Details | by Tirzah Conway |
Categories: nature, people

Man Vs. Nature

Man versus Nature, who will win?

Almighty nature or man with his sin

Which one will want it more?

Who will settle the score?

Let the colossal battle begin!

~4th Place in the "Human Foible vs Godly Nature" Contest by John Freeman~

Poem Details | by Mick Talbot |
Categories: nature, pollution,


Oceans, woods, abused, confused! Mother nature not amused! Her bellies aching. Mistakes we're making! Time pollution was defused! There is an old man of the ocean, To marine life is his devotion. We have to put right, Marine waters plight. Or suffer our own devolution!

Poem Details | by Renee Kelly |
Categories: life, people

Psychotic Nature Unveiled

Buried deep in psychosis it rotted
All the while it schemed and it plotted
   When faced with the truth
   Its responses uncouth
The nature of it had been spotted

Poem Details | by Terry Hoffman |
Categories: autumn, seasons, winter,

Preparing for Winter

When fall comes a-calling to stay,
then summertime has to make way
for the frost and the cold
and the leaves turning gold,
for that is the natural way.

As the leaves are falling from trees,
the ponds are preparing to freeze;
the squirrels build their nests,
Mother Nature suggests
we should be preparing to sneeze!

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

Limericks Are Meant To Be Funny

Limericks by nature are meant to be funny About big ears, crooked noses that are icky and runny No serious stuff Of that we get enough Need giggles to tickle our tummies © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Martin Kloess |
Categories: funny, humor, nature, sexy,

What Would You Answer

The couple knew nature alright
When asked what sounds brought them delight
They thought of the things
That gave their heart wings
And said sound of springs late at night

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

Rosary by Ray

Once there was a man called Mathew Ray
Seems to commune with nature with no gay
Reciting the rosary reverse
To save the laws of universe
Bloody would anyone for such cause spoil a day!

written for the contest "Any poem goes" by Poet Destroyer

Poem Details | by Verlena S. Walker |
Categories: change, character, children, funny,


First Tier!
A leprechaun from Ireland
made it to the United States.
She came in spite to 
destroy StPatrick’s Day.
She docked in Massjoined in the Parade.

Second Tier!
She was enriched; her appearance changed quick.
MsAideen Mac Cool wealth was
not known to anyone.
She fight with sticks and 
hit with bricks when someone 
finds her pot of gold.

Third Tier!
She yells, “I am a Limerick; 
a perfect pitch of Irish folklore.
As a Leprechaun, I will kill 
over my pot of gold.”
I am never one to not forewarn.

~I am Ms Aideen McCool!~.
Note: This is a three tier Limerick (also can be considered as a poem) Each is written in a Limerick form, which is Lines One, Two, and Five all rhyme with each other, and Lines Three and Four rhyme with each other More, a  leprechaun is a green theme in which MsAideen Mac Cool wears green (costume and clothing) and loves the color green Her favorite color is green She is a leprechaun All pertains green as they theme to nature colorsThey possess the luck of the Irish for StPatrick's Green Day.
Sponsor: Poet Destroyer A

Name: Any Green Theme (old/new) nature/color (StPatrick's Day poem/limerick)

Motif: Leprechaun

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: fantasy, inspirational, nature, on

Capricorn 1

I'm just a simple Highlander guy With various writes I so love to try From nature to passion Fantasy is my true fashion I thank the Soup to let me apply James 'The Highlander' Fraser

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: appreciation,

Nature Programs Get Top Billing

Love nature programs for they're amazing up close filming How do they capture those exploits so thrilling It's beyond my comprehension Surely grabs my attention The cheetah, the fastest land animal at 70 mph gets top billing © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Bart Jonas |
Categories: death, funny, loss,

Armageddon over Gentile U.S.of A

As I was driving to work early morn
The Police and Fire fighters were cleaning their horn
in Preparation of a Certain Alert
Evacuation exercises while the Hunks take off their shirt
DUCK AND COVER:The Best of DVD has hit the store
To take you back to the MISSILE CRISIS before
You and Sally will be laughing on the floor
And then..MR CLEAN will wipe the debris off the door
Crime will heed to the Political greed
Mother Nature won't be bothered indeed
The "after-effects" will fade after a few million decade
Deorderent of choice:a Few billion cannisters of RAID
Momma is upset at the current STAGE 2 alert
She didn't have a chance to get ready for work
papa is filling his gut with morning beer
He knows it is wise to drink up while it's here
Turning to the Sports section just one final time
and then the BIG BANG as the Desperatos cross the Line
The children's corpses are still on their bed
Radioactive creepy crawlers have taken them by the head
Mayhem ensues
No more Katie Curic and the 6:30 evening news
Before I die,of Certainty this night..
One last Hurrah
to Hear Eric Clapton play the blues!

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

About To Launch A Sputnik

When Mother Nature calls it's best to obey Get your ass in there or there'll be hell to pay Especially in public About to launch a Sputnik Must stay near a poop disposal unit all day © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: nature,

Mother Nature

Mother Nature is the star of the summer show Knows what we look for, knows to her we owe The sunshiny happy days Laying on a chaise Burning the crap out of our ears and our nose

Poem Details | by denis bruce |
Categories: humorous,

Age softens

There once was a  Scotch lassie called Sturgeon
Who ,in her youth ,was quite a curmudgeon
But when she took over from Salmond
She found that quite calming
And her better nature started to burgeon.

Poem Details | by romeo naces |
Categories: life, loss, nature,

Need and Greed

                        If we take from Nature more than what we need,

                                   if its mute agonizing we fail to heed,

                                                           abuse it,

                                                         we'll lose it,

                       soon we'll have to pay with our lives for our greed!

Poem Details | by Benjamin Wormwood |
Categories: philosophy, science,

Uncertainty Principle

There once was a particle in space 
Who moved at a leisurely pace.
   He measured his speed 
   but Heisenberg didn't heed 
And lost track of his place

If you are not a scientist or science enthusiast, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle is one of those fundamental properties of nature which means that you can measure position or momentum not both! Fortunately, this effect only becomes prominent with very small objects    

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: appreciation,

Northern Lights

Always been intrigued by the northern lights A spectacular display from Mother Nature allright Since I was a kid Sure popped my lid Ah! 'Twas the TV pattern, left it on overnight

Poem Details | by Rhoda Monihan |
Categories: creation, nature, old, passion,

The Green of the Flying Scotsman

The Flying Scotsman went from London to Edinburgh, keen, 
And to remind us of security and nature it was painted green, 
I knew, had dinner with one of its drivers
Who said it was one of his best endeavours, 
‘Cos he always knew where he was going and where he’d been

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: morning,

A Pain In The Souffle

How come each morning when we greet the day The gunk in our eyes makes us say, “what the hey!” What good is this stuff Enough is enough Sometimes nature is a pain in the soufflé

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: faith

Fa, la, la

The forces of nature are odd
So is that why we invent god? 
Our deity’s norm
Seems to be human form
And reflects this silly facade

Poem Details | by ilene bauer |
Categories: me, nature,

My Planters

Each year when the summer is nigh
I drag out my planters and buy
     Some flowers to plant
     But somehow I can't
Make them grow, though I really do try.

I gently tamp down all the soil.
With watering, I am quite loyal.
     While others' plants thrive
     Mine are barely alive;
All my efforts Ma Nature does foil.

Still, just planted they look pretty good.
If they lasted, the way that they should,
     I'd be shocked as they come
     'Cause my never-green thumb
Would have done what I'd hoped that it would.

Poem Details | by Sue Mason |
Categories: funny, introspection, nature,

The Lost Poet

There once was a poet named Sue
Who wanted to write a haiku.
But her Nature was such
She didn't know much,
And was lost as to just what to do.

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: sea

Tempt Not Thy Creator

Titanic unsinkable - guaranteed

     Another example of mankind's greed

          Man dared nature - man lost

               At a most dreadful cost

                    "Tempt not thy Creator" man should heed

Robert LHinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
(© All Rights Reserved)

Placed No2 in John Freeman's " Human Foibles vs Godly Nature" Contest - June 2010

Poem Details | by cheryl hoffman |
Categories: fire, nature, rain, weather,

The Drought

Too many forest fires along the main,
fire's leaving blackened nature stain,
burning leaves and debris,
flames awry have to flee,
nature once again too deprived of rain.


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: humorous,

Running Its Course Horn Limerick

Running Its Course Horn Limerick

Instead of nature running its course
They found themselves in state of remorse
Ended up eating a terrible dinner
Cooked by sinner who is a beginner
Who never would reveal true source.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by connie pachecho |
Categories: humor, snow, winter,

snowball wishes

snowball wishes

snowball wishes he grow up to be a snowman
before mother nature shortens his lifespan
come on kids roll me up tall
into three big snow balls
dress shades and hat so i don't catch a suntan

connie pachecho


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: stress,

Venice Is Flooded

So let me get this strange phenomenon right The city of canals, Venice, is flooded, quite a sight Locals can't believe Hard to conceive Mother Nature sure can give Venetians a fright

Poem Details | by John lawless |
Categories: humor,



The old ram knew that something was rotten
that nature had somehow forgotten
to put in the stuff
to make him ram tough
somehow making his balls out of cotton

John GLawless

Poem Details | by john scott |
Categories: age,

poor Rickets

My one legged mate called Rickets
Pierced his foot on a thorn in the thickets
As he hopped around in pain
He did it again and again
It was so funny I could of sold tickets

In the bathroom, he took off his boot
Honestly, I don’t like to hoot
But when he fell in the bath
I couldn’t help but laugh
He should of put on his swimsuit

We both agree, he is accident prone
With his cuts and bruise,s full blown  
The bump on his head
Is when he fell out of bed
He is to dangerous to be on his own

He was hopping once, just past the gym
When someone threw, a tomato at him
They normally don’t hurt, he said with a grin
But this bugger did
It was still in a tin

It’s great, that Rickets is so calm
He is a great guy, useless, a charm
So I kept my mouth shut 
As he shaved and got cut
Because I don’t want him’ to suffer any harm

It was his birthday so we went for a meal,
He said, I feel tipsy, how do you feel
As he reached for some bread
He face went all red
As he choked on the last jellied eel

There are a thousand of Rickets like this
Its Rickets and a nature of his
As he hopped out of the door
He fell again on the floor
One wish and two legs would be his

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: nature,

Mother Nature

Mother Nature provides a variety of nutritious foods Meant to keep us happy, healthy and in a good mood Reason to rejoice Like when we were boys Young girlies came round showing all their goods

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

Stranger Saw His Manager

Stranger Saw His Manager

Even if a friend or maybe some stranger,
Would worship Jesus whole in a manager;
We must heed;
Made to lead,
And in future He did find much danger.

Jim Horn

This week’s lesson is “Taming the Tongue”, James 3:1-12
Additional verses to read this week are:  
·       Warning to teachers: Ezekiel 33:7-9; Acts 20:26-27; Ephesians 4:11-12; Hebrews 13:17
·       The root of evil speech: Isaiah 6:5; Matt 15:11, 16-19; Mark 7:20-23
·       Evils caused by the tongue: Psalm 5:9; 34:13; 52:4; Proverbs 6:16-17; 26:28
·       Consequences of our words: Matthew 12:33-37
·       Our part and God’s part in “Taming the Tongue”: Psalm 141:3; Proverbs 21:23; Romans 6:12-14; Galatians 5:16-26
As you read, make some notes related to these questions:
·       What does this scripture tell us about Christ?
·       What does it say about the nature of man?
·       What can I do to be more like Christ?
·       How does it help prepare me to do the will of God (Share the Gospel)?

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: change, death, drink, drug,

More-fin and Morphin

Doctor Pain used to prescribe more-fin
Until a patient put some in his gin
   He drank like a fish
   And made a weird wish
Opioid cocktail submerged his last grin 


A sex-change doc recommended morphin'
Prescribed a load of testosterone
   As body parts changed
   And brains rearranged
Man's higher nature was swiftly orphaned

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: nature,

A Hypnotic Ballet

Lightening is quite a spectacular display Mother Nature creating a hypnotic ballet Worthy of awe A great hurrah More exciting than a play on Broadway

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

Prayed Positioned on a Perch

To church we had hurried and did go,
When outside God would let it snow;
He said if you can;
Make me a snowman;
Put my Son's face on and see it glow.

Did Drink Wine

We prayed to God with all our might;
Church choir came out to our delight;
Had great songs to sing;
His house down did bring;
We drank wine and bread had a bite.

Jump and Jiggle Like Jello.

To God have prayed and He said HELLO;
He did make us kind, merry and mellow;
Was not recognized;
In nature disguised;
His happy face jumps and jiggles in jello.

Sunday morning is approaching us again,
So at church God could save us from sin;
With Christmas here,
His Son will appear;
Do be of good cheer; 
Rescue us from damnation in a lion's den.

Enjoyed my Savior who is in every shower;
To do things He did give us will and power;
Had read about;
Was no doubt,
How I always would love Him hour by hour.

Was prepared to meet God's alluring presence,
That I have desired in each and every essence;
What He made,
Away won't fade,
Enveloped in His loving enduring effervescence.

What God was tempted to do and then engage;
Make me have great performance on His stage;
Love for God came;
Had Him to blame;
Leading actor had been me some wise old sage.

Jim Horn

Prayed Positioned on a Perch

What we did was start off having some search,
Looking for a lonely bird who did like to lurch;
Found eating fish,
Singing in Spanish;
Was partridge in pear tree praying on a perch.

Has A Happy Ending

Hallmark always does have a happy ending,
You to watch television set we are sending,
A Christmas Merry;
One happy and very,
And see again next week we are intending.

It is on the Hallmark Channel.

God gave me desire to write poetry did seem,
That later would turn into a lovely dream;
An Ice Cream Delight;
Truly a tempting sight;
Was a Colonial Triple Sunday Supreme.

Had one in Wichita, Kansas many years ago.

Jim Horn

Rope Removed Hope

What I remembered was end of rope,
Had removed my life along with hope;
They did send,
Me to my end;
Had died and for life no longer grope.

Trump Did Lie and Steal

For Trump really sorry I truly do feel;
Has lost all of his respect and appeal;
More misery mounted,
Beyond being counted;
What he enjoys doing is lie and steal.

Were Mine All Mine

Remember when you were mine all mine;
Now you always have been hard to find;
To look for ceased;
You are deceased,
Once cared for children and was kind.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: humorous,

Trump Run for President

Trump Run for President

How much money has to be spent
If Trump were to run for President
Will he let nature take her course
And then someone else endorse
First for each sin should repent.

Jim Horn

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

Want Me For

Want Me For

What would God really want me for
Having a Son who He does adore,
And of such a sinful nature I am
Have become down to last gram;
Imagine me in heaven forever more.

Jim Horn

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

Nature Need To Share

Nature Need To Share

Why suffer when things are so hard to bare;
Each section of nature should always share,
And if broken apart,
Would break my heart;
Handle with care for it is beyond compare.

PSAny way any how, or when and where.

Jim Horn