Limerick Poems About Politics | Political Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: political,

What I'd Love Now to See

My small way of showing anger for this year's circus of an election process: I recall when George Bush had to duck a thrown shoe, or he may have got struck. What I'd love now to see is some dog take a pee on that dump of a TrumpWhat a schmuck! for the the Political Ordeal Poetry Contest of CT


Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: political,

Doing Nothing

While political folks dilly dally
Job growth winds down a deep valley
Employers won't hire
Old folks can't retire
The poor house could be our finale


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

Hercules by Cycle


Once there was a roman divine hero Hercules
his adventures:one cycle “twelve labours of Hercules”
Noble blood, physical strength, political power
no good enough but wisdom and great soul!
Bloody hellHercules by Cycle is for this era to rule!


Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: political

Flouting the Clout

So self-immersed with political clout

You've broken our trust as you strut and flout

     Pork barrels take precedence

     Over need and common sense

Treat us like subjects and we'll vote you out!


Poem Details | by john freeman |
Categories: allegory

"A Shepherd's Metaphor"

In economy led of beastly mind,

Upon a political serpentine.

All strives of wickedness kicks,

Against the fleece of Love’s Pricks(goads).

As true sheep trod, before their God’s, INClINE(will).

For Contest: Follower or Leader
In Honor of: Carolyn Devonshire 
Placed #3


Poem Details | by Daniel Cwiak |
Categories: allegory, life, political

BAAA BAAA

           I've given up my right to keep

           Active in Political Speak

           So I don't vote election day

            I just follow along the way

            Now, I lay me down as Sheep


Poem Details | by Mark Goodson |
Categories: philosophy, political,

current presidential campaign

The current presidential campaign seems asinine 
For both candidates if elected promise all will be fine
Each runs down the other
Thus pertinent policy never given gesture
As we the people sip their political strychnine


Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: betrayal, corruption, lust, money,

who will be calling the shots

It’s a swill no one interrupts— 
A pill that consumes and corrupts 
Our honor's been jailed
And truth’s will is impaled
As the blood PAC tempest erupts


Author's note: Many of the super-rich (who do not yet have it all) are determined to have more of the pie since their multiple residences and bank accounts are not enough and their yachts and jets are too small and range restricted (OMG) There are about 600 people who have donated more than $1,000,000 to presidential political action committees (PACs) The very rich, who also are trying to buy Congress, are in the process of remodeling our society They liked it when society was feudal--when the rest of us were consigned to serfdom or were slaves This weekend, the Koch brothers are interviewing candidates to see who they will spend almost a billion dollars to elect Are we to believe their propaganda (that they have our interest in mind)?  That is why I support the only candidate who does not have a super PAC who is running for President--Bernie Sanders Enough is enough and maybe, just maybe, we can prevail over the corruption of wealth The truth always matters and can never be denied over the long term.


Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: funny, history, life, parody,

Taxing Dilemma

Rich ones get richer from our wages.
Middle man paid with too many pages.
We continue on path.
Hiding outrageous wrath,
Revolved in political stages,

Taxes, taxes, what will be the due.
Deductions, exemptions for a few,
All my money they have kept.
Deducting tears I wept.
Tax man arrived claimed all of them too.

The poor keeps getting poorer each year.
They cannot wait for rebate, they cheer.
Sell off, early rebate.
Federal and the state,
Money now, money, for wine and beer,


Written for

Sponsor Carolyn Devonshire 
Contest Name Taxing Times 


Poem Details | by Franklin Price |
Categories: political, pollution,

Debate's a Political Forum

Debate's a Political Forum
By Franklin Price
5/4/2015

Debate's a political forum
Candidates all try to floor 'em
Say what the others will do
How it's you they will screw
And they do it without much decorum

If you ever see one who will say
What it is they have done to this day
What it is they will do
If elected by you
Stay awake and don't faint dead away

Although this may be just a ruse
You've got nothing much left to lose
Give this person your vote
Hope this one's not a goat
Hope their nose doesn't grow as you choose


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
Outrage
Chaos
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 Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: humor, political,

Foregone Icon

A local political icon

Gave all his speeches with boots on

     The muck he was raking

     No hands were he shaking

His fate with the voters was foregone




*Written May 13, 2014 exclusively for Poet Destroyer’s contest


Poem Details | by Charline Wan |
Categories: political,

Rob Ford

There was a man named Rob Ford,
He ran Etobicoke Ward.
Now that he’s mayor,
He still can’t play fair,
Waging a political war.

Our whole fortune’s fee cannot pay,
For those pills you’ve put away.
Weight loss is a scam,
Your scale’s in a jam.
Just leave your office, okay?

Buses rarely have delays,
Just give Karen Stintz her way.
Underground is bad,
Makes us riders mad.
Just leave your office today!

“No bike lanes on roads!” you vow.
Same-sex marriage you’ll disallow.
Those rules you conceive,
Make you seem naïve.
Just leave your officeRight now!
 
Your platform promises more.
“Cut taxes!” “Build homes!” you swore.
Your dreams are unreal,
Your plans not ideal.
Come now, I’ll show you the door.


Hey readers, could you please let me know if you find this poem to be too offensive/what lines are particularly harsh in the comments below? Thanks!


Poem Details | by Jim Tidd |
Categories: humor, political,

NO SHOW RUBIO

There once was a Florida resident
Who set quite a political precedent,
	Missed half Senate votes,
	But staff took some notes! 
And now he wants to be president?


Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: people, places, political

We Trust their Trust

We have voted them in on trust Their campaign is their must To break this is a sin We have the right to begin As they disappear in their political disgust


Poem Details | by john freeman |
Categories: politicalmen,

"Useless Sources, Political Fleas, Stench Isn't Cheese"

“Useless Source”

I know some men called, big shots,
Who are filled with much bull snot.
Be careful of it’s use,
For of it there is no spruce.
A men of substance, but no real plot!

“Political Fleas”

Most all of strife’s parasitic forces,
Most always found driving their Porsches.
Poor seen of lesser degree,
Haven’t a pot to pea.
For common good vote out useless sources.


“Stench Isn’t Cheese”

Useless sources, political fleas,
Men of means, pass the bailout please.
Poor have given it their all,
As Uncle Sam called
The stench on the hill, is not cheese.


Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: funny, political,

I'm Wild About Harry

Though I ain't of his political creed

   Good ol' Harry Truman we really need

      He didn't apologize

         He said "To 'ell with you guys!"

            We need a guy in the White House who'll lead

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


Poem Details | by RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY |
Categories: fun, humor, nonsense,

megatherium



                         Thor caught  megatherium that was his blunder
                           Sold it to his wife Sif along with his thunder
                                  Thor's wife Sif was a political piff
                                 Lost the poll and sat on a coral reef
                             And brewed megatherium in a colander








  megatherium / Limerick/fun/humor/nonsense copyright  © Rajat Kanti Chakrabarty
                                         20 November  2014


Poem Details | by lim'rik flats |
Categories: silly,

desert eyes

I wandered the desert in awe
of all the wonders I saw.
But when I stopped to pee,
who was watching me?
(I’m quite sure I heard a guffaw).

Cameras everywhere, eyes in the sky,
Border Patrol, DEA, playing I-SPY,
Made me shiver
I gave a quiver
and shook my slow-draining guy.

Heaven forbid I should fart!
(to me a true work of art)
They’d probably arrest me
and surely sequest me
Authorities must play their part!

Off to the jailhouse I’d go
Me and my weewee so slow
An old desert rat
and a damn silly hat
paraded like crim’nals on show.

For a few bucks they’d set me free.
No law against taking a pee.
They’ve big fish to fry
like those who still try
to escape by hiding in tree.

Send those Mexicans home!
(and all the others who roam)
Build a wall
make it tall
and put ‘em in jail if they POEM!

It’s not my political bent
but everywhere I went
I surely saw
the long-armed law
but they don’t make a dent

In the flow of drugs
or illegal bugs.
Humanity.
Insanity!
Anyone need some hugs?


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

Roast A Ghost

Roast A Ghost

Trump always likes to brag and boast;
At dinner event he did become a ghost
Has no bright bean;
Creates such a scene,
And his very own affair he had to host.

James Horn Political Poem Series


Poem Details | by lim'rik flats |
Categories: nonsense, political,

on the origins of the species politica nonsensica

One day the son said to God,
“Humans need a laugh squad.”
“Say what son?”
“You mean fun?”
“Wouldn’t that seem a bit odd?”

“No Dad, I think it’d be cool,”
“Maybe even laughter in school!”
He’s sounding coy,
the silly boy,
thought God, Am I a sour old fool?

Then he remembered the rip
in poor Job’s small ill-fated ship
The sound, like split britches
had them laughing in stitches.
Thought God, “When did my humor get stripped?

God pondered and stroked his long beard.
Cherubs and seraphims peered,
though mystified,
they deified.
Downstairs, the outcast one sneered.

“Tell you what son, let’s give ‘em politics.”
“It’s way more fun than sinking small ships.”
So the laughing squads 
(two teams at odds),
were loosed on the masses with tricks.

Which, coincidently, was fine
with the one who’d crossed the line,
Beelzebub,
became the hub
for political slime in prime time.


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

Borrowed Time Horn Limerick

Borrowed Time Horn Limerick

Borrowed time did like to live on
Finally when it was all gone
There had been a big race
Wanted me to set pace
And spread political platform on.

You can imagine what all
of this means.

Jim Horn


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

Jealious Rivalry

Jealious Rivalry

To preserve a Politician's personal survival
Realize they may be jealous of another rival;
When challenged by
Much harder must try.
And do expose all without having a deprival.

Jim Horn

Horn Political Poem Series.



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

A Negative Reacton

A Negative Reacton

To many politicians have negative reaction,
And away from them their is a contraction;
Many obstacles involved
Did need to be dissolved,
Caused and created by a big compaction.

Jim Horn Political Poem Series


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

As Usual Again

As Usual Again

As usual again write poem could not resist;
America to me still does seems so sexist;
A woman not time;
Would be big crime,
And elect another male they had to insist.

Jim Horn

Horn Political Poem Series.


Poem Details | by Hilary Barnes |
Categories: political, satire,

President Macron and the Bobos

France is now ruled by Macroniens,
A species of urban boboniens,
Passably bright,
Not too far Right,
But perhaps just the latest d….d phonyens.

To keep France in order, the PoF
Must avoid moves might put them off :
An appeal to the Centre
Is a smart way to enter,
But too motley his triumph to bring off.

Credit, and how ! where credit is due,
Macron’s talent is rivalled by few.
He’s redrawn for the times
The political lines,
Like Bonaparte, de Gaulle and their crew.

His hold on power is complete,
Jupiter with cast hyper-elite.
No proles are in sight,
Now that can’t be right,
They may come to think he’s a cheat.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: anger, sin,

Mr Slimy



Mares eat oats and does eat oats and li'l lambs eat ivy Sounds like the political scene today, makes us feel grimy I'm seeing an end Hope I'm right, it depends On coming to our senses and saying “Adieu, MrSlimy!”


Poem Details | by Franklin Price |
Categories: political,

This Could Be Washington's View

This could be Washington's View
Only slightly tongue in cheek
By Franklin Price
6/10/2017

This could be Washington's view
They've nothing better to do
Get Trump quickly out
They stamp and they shout
He's not here for me or for you

He's here for the country we bleed
For sure not the money we need
He has billions and more
Needs no riches to score
Doesn't need our political creed 

The creed is not written this way
But  is how it is practiced today
If in congress I sit
I am a half wit
If I don't leave richer I say

Trump's here a lesson to teach
What he promised does not plan to breach
He has stepped on our toes
And our out of joint nose
We're finding a way to impeach

You're a fool if you don't see he lies
To the congress you seem to despise
We care so much for you
All America too
That thought crossed our fingers not eyes

Can't you see he's an egotist man
Foolishly doing all that he can
Makes  his own self look bad
We're exceedingly glad
His own fires continues to fan

Can't wait 'til he burns himself down
And on a rail he rides out of town
When we help him along
We seem to do it all wrong
And you laugh at the bumbling clowns

None of us knows what to do
Not Trump, not Congress, not you
Who caused all this mess?
All of us I would guess
Can't resist as we tighten the screw

If we don't quickly come to our senses
Work together to raise our defenses
Russia won't be the big threat
If we fall further yet
Haiti could conquer our fences


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

Rejoice A Choice

Rejoice A Choice

Instead of us still selecting another
Should be sure to support each other;
Female be a choice,
So we will all rejoice;
Around females must start to hover.

Jim Horn Political Poem Series


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

Things That Are Constitutional

Things That Are Constitutional

Am concerned about what is constitutional,
And followed by politicians exists a refusal;
Necessary for nutrition;
Intelligence exhibition;
For existence of democracy is essential.

Jim Horn

My Horn Political Poem Series


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: political,

Words Are Elastic



Politicians when attacked tend to deny everything That way there's always a little doubt as the arrows sling A political tactic Words are elastic Stretch them here, stretch them there, and the birdies do sing


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

Truths To Be Self Evident

Truths To Be Self Evident

Found their truths to be self evident;
Horrible President we have been sent;
Stubborn as moron mule,
Playing with loose tool;
Never understood what he may have meant.

James Horn Political Poem Series

He is in such bad shape he has started
campaigning knowing he has to repent.
Never done before by any prior President 
So this sad message to him must be sent;
Of mercy out there have you seen an agent?

.


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

Behavior Hs Been Known

Behavior Hs Been Known

Behavior has been know to be explosive;
Hair seems shiny result of being corrosive;
Bad behavior abundant,
And really repugnant;
Only knows how to take and never give.

A Central Thought

We never came up with his central thought;
In cookie jar many times hands were caught,
And tricks of trade;
All of them played;
Made money when beaten down farm he bought.

Different Point of View

So if you have a different political view
Write weird poem which me did out do;
Started driving superb,
Then crashed into curb;
When talking trash, is any of it true?

Monday Is My Trash Day

I must take out my trash today;
Something that my wife did say;
Big breakfast eat,
Then scale meet,
And then I may go out and play.

Jim Horn


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

When I Woke Up

When I Woke Up

When I woke up after going to bed
Would I be in a State which is red
Or have been blue
In my flag I knew;
To hear another politician I do dread.

Jim Horn

Horn Political Poem Series


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: sad,

What The Duck



How can this happen, this outrageous political screw up Omar Khadr was born in Canada, apparently a normal buck The family moved to Pakistan Since, he's been a marked man Involved in terrorism, now inheriting millions, what the duck?


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

Will Look Toward

Will Look Toward

What I will want you to do is look toward
Read my political poems and looking forward;
Hope you have read;
Heard what I said;
So all of my poems you surely adored.

Jim Horn Political Poem Series


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: political,

Kinda Political Today



Been kinda political lately, that's sure not my style But some things outrage me, so I'm standing in the aisle Yelling “stop this guff Had more than enough Need a break and common sense to prevail for a while!”


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

Particular Reasons

Particular Reasons

Politicians skipped over reasons which were particular;
They like squirming around when things are stickier,
And by sheer coincidence,
Absolutely made no sense;
Harder problems may be found when being pickier.

James Horn Political Poem Series

Marjory, How do you like my politician poems.
More are in the makingAm trying to become
a modern day Will RogersI am limited to ten
poems a day on Poetry Soup and have exceeded
limit again.


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

With A Politician Consulted

With A Politician Consulted

With a politician we often consulted;
Horrendous things they have resulted;
Only bad brought out,
Without  a doubt;
Voted for them and have been insulted.

James Horn Political Poem Series.



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

Rely On Ally

Rely On Ally

On an ally should be able to rely;
Later may have desire to deny;
Around bush beat;
Then did repeat;
Hope we can figure out reason why.

James Horn Political Poem Series


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

Political Picture

Whole political picture proved to be pathetic;
Did need watered down version for diuretic,
For fluid to form,
Way above norm,
To be treated by Trump who once was a medic.

Trump lies about everything so he might as
well lie about this also.

What we wondered about was reaction,
We would find within a certain faction;
Stirred up pot;
Even when hot,
Hope it should draw much satisfaction.

Jim Horn


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

Extention of A Convention

Extention of A Convention

There are things that I must mention;
Trump has lost all of his anal retention;
Joke sure stinks,
Everyone thinks;
President is part of political convention.

And an extension avoiding the dissension

Jim Horn

President is extension of political convention.


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

Moved Me More and More

Moved Me More and More

Each experience moved us more and more;
Next thing you know we were out the door;
Would be glad,
If no longer had,
And all political activities always do deplore.

Jim Horn