Limerick Poems About Rain | Rain Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: birth, body, humorous,


I crossed my legs but there was a flood Blushing red I hope folks understood But my waters had burst And the baby's my first Guess I'm ready to start motherhood! NOT FOR CONTEST WRITTEN on 27TH August 2016 BY JAN ALLISON My babe arrived as hungry as a horse As a good mother, I fed him, of course When my breasts began to fill Another flood was about to spill Until my child suckled with great force. WRITTEN ON 08/27/16 BY LIN LANE The first twelve months went mighty quick Time flying by lickity split Crawls out of bed Sits on mom's head A young fireman squirting his stick WRITTEN 08/27/16 BY TIM SMITH Hay, thought I heard another sound of thunder roar Eeh gad, seems to be another two babies more They all have lots of hair Mother-in-law beware Now I am having triplets let me out the door WRITTEN 08/27/16 BY EVE T M C He was born without a suntan And didn’t favor the milk man Birthed on a polar bear rug Full beard on his tiny mug Holding a harpoon like Tarzan! WRITTEN BY SONNY ROPER 8/27/2016 Oh my! What will people think? My baby doesn’t favor his dad’s wink I can always claim in shame He favors my grandma’s frame On my mother’s side is large and pink WRITTEN BY EVE ROPER 8/27/2016 One baby after another I sure am a busy mother I cross my knees Whenever I sneeze Out one end or the other! WRITTEN BY CASARAH NANCE It’s all my darn uterus’s fault, Can’t bring my crying to a halt, No more sex with my hubby, I’m just too tired and chubby, This babe’s an exhausting result! Ice came out sucking a pacifier, Posted sign, “Eskimo nanny for hire!”, But when warm milk is felt, Baby started to melt, Naughty nanny immediately fired! The ice came out with a binky, And a diaper pretty stinky! Eskimo baby is she, Could it even be a he? It’s too frozen and all wrinkly! ALL WRITTEN BY LAURA LOO One by one they came out, midwife slapped 'em and into the cradle she packed 'em father blew candle out and exclaimed with a shout " Just like moths, it's the light that attracts 'em!" WRITTEN BY VIV WIGLEY Making babies was so much fun Now my boobies reach to my tum I can't even sneeze or cough It set's my weak bladder off.. I'd better stick to coke and rum WRITTEN BY SEREN ROBERTS AWARDED POEM OF THE WEEK ON 28TH AUGUST - THE HONOUR IS SHARED BY US ALL.SPECIAL THANKS TO LIN LANE FOR STARTING THE COLLABORATION I'm feeling like a slot machine My wheels stopped on three tangerines Babies falling like rain It's no longer a strain That last one looks just like my spleen WRITTEN BY DANIEL TURNER I thought I was going to have two But now I don't even have a clue It feels like maybe four I can't take it no more I have five months to go til I'm due WRITTEN BY ALEXIS Y I was rushed to the hospital gate not yet due, but I just couldn't wait labor's water broke through elevator broke too flooded stairwells to room did create! WRITTEN BY SANDRA HAIGHT

Categories: fun,

I saw a merman

I saw a merman
(Dedicated to Andrea Dietrich)

                                  I saw a merman in Andrea's den
                               Alive and kickin' and chewin' her pen
                                    He seized on Andrea's heart
                                The young Merman was so smart
                               He said, 'a kiss I'll be as right as rain '

Poem Details | by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser |
Categories: joy, life, love, relationship,


With a ring, I'm hoping to say
All my intent that came our way
I pray for God's grace
to rain on that place
where our wedding vows display

I want to send my guy a bouquet
to him my love I'll display
His cheeks powder flush
as touches play hush
These flow e'en we're old and grey
6:42 pm, April 29, 2015

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: scary,

The Rain In Spain

The rain in Spain has nothing on us Seems our annual rainfall, their records we'll bust A charming thought We'll need a yacht To get the market for some salami and stuff © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Viv Wigley |
Categories: humor, space, , cute,

subject Mars for comp

For competition 'subject- Mars', sponsored by Joe Maverick

As I sit with my bucket and spade
looking at the sand castle I've made
no rain comes from the sky
no black clouds passing by
well at least it won't biodegrade.

The wife lies close by she looks cute
sun lotion rubbed on her space suit
she's started to wail
that she can't do her nails
it takes two hours to take off her boots.

Since I bought one, two minutes have passed
but my ice cream is melting so fast
I should have been wiser
it's covered my visor
no wonder I'm getting harassed

Our kids over there have just called
they've been foolishly playing football
but the gravity's low
so how far did it go?
no chance of recovering it at all.

Well, this is one hell of a summer
as holiday's go, what a bummer
the wife won't rejoice
because this was her choice
so next year we'll go somewhere less dumber.

22 June, 2015

Poem Details | by gen cacho |
Categories: beauty, girl,

artificial beauty

i have this friend back in high school
she was known to be one of the most beautiful
people didn't notice it's just her make-up
and when a sudden rain came and wash her face up
poor creature, she was laughed by all

Poem Details | by faleshia murphy |
Categories: funny


I wish I could erase  some of my past
Make a bigger and brighter future fast
Erase the pain and become whole
Erase the rain and the snow
Erase those days I felt like an ass


Poem Details | by Joseph May |
Categories: inspirational, people, people, poems,

Garage sale

I once had some poems to unveil
So I  decided to have a garage sale
so I put up a sign
to all those inclined
to peruse my poems in  detail

But rain fell pitta  patter
and some people  did scatter
to shelter from the rain
but many remained to purchase dizains
and sonnets were served on a platter

When the weather had cleared
several  people came there
to buy my acrostics and rhymes
with Mcwhirtles on sale for a dime
while rispettos  were sold by the pair

Poem Details | by Jvonne Botha |
Categories: happiness, nature, places, me,


I hear your song, 
I feel your beat, 
Ngiyakuthanda Africa 
And you take me home… 

Your wide open spaces, 
Tseno metala legodimo, 
Your rivers run strong 
Your mountains stand proud

I hear your song 
I feel your beat 
Ngiyakuthanda Africa 
And you take me home… 

The sun shines brightly on your copper field, 
Your endless horizons set me free… 
Your winds guide me to where the rain falls down 
On the earth where you grow wild and unruly 

I hear your song 
I feel your beat 
Ngiyakuthanda Africa 
And you take me home… 

In jou het ek n tuiste..Africa

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: humor, rain,

Gimme Shelter

A strong hurricane blows across the beach

My umbrella turns inside-out; I screech!

     Broadcasting from a cell phone

     Rain pelts and there’s no tone

For the first time I’m at a loss for speech

Poem Details | by Godfry Shivolo |
Categories: peace, peace, peace, sun,

Peace and happiness at last

The tumultuous whirlwinds had now ceased
The roaring, nettlesome sounds have dried away
The tide is now silent
The clatters and jangles,
now dead, they are.
Far and wide, the drumming sounds, ululations...
For the happiness, peace and calamity, found again
All is being born again.

The sky is blue
The dark-dark, huge, cumbersome and petrifying clouds
Have faded away
And now, white clouds are to be seen hither and thither
In the blue sky-scape, congregating
For the new rain of the new
the new downpour of joy and peace of nature.

With my hands, 
I rubbed away the hot tears, at last
With a smile, i looked out
The thudding of my heart, had stopped, but gone
Relieved i felt, for the tempests, had flied away
I yawned, stretching my arms
Bad times, had reached their edges
At last.

The birds fluttered and warbled
Their sounds anew
Tickling my fancy
The swiping of the trees
buzzed with the cool breeze
and then, the sun showed up
with new lively alight, and 
with the moon
they all smiled cutely.

All got in full swing
For the peace, and happiness had at last been restored
I danced along with the birds, soft wind and the trees
Dancing, to their tune
And with all the peace and happiness
Smiled back to the jolly sun and the moon.

Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: absence, betrayal, confusion, cry,

my heart I gave once

once I gave my heart 
mesmerized by the start 
his eyes so sapphire blue 

I was not ready for this
my thoughts went blank 
literally speechless

had I known the tears I would be left with
I do not believe I would have let love in
this Man , he knew he captivated women 

Always me going for what I can not have 
then in return it is given , leaving me confused
the one I was seeking for sure would never commit 

Commit he did , even in front of a Rabbi 
saying only once, 1 time will I.
with all conviction I believed his lie 

I remember the Fall day he left without words spoken 
the leaves were dancing through the wind 
as if they were trying to tell me something 

the rain cried tears for me that night 
I took his sword collection down from the wall
thinking in true love I will never find again

to die a graceful poetic death with his sword
I awoke with a hangover the next day 
my heart broken  my heart ignored

Poem Details | by Christopher Bunton |
Categories: funny, nature,

The Storm

A Storm rolled across the field,

Flashing lightning and thunder pealed.

The rain came crashing down,

and I almost nearly drown,

cause the top of my tent was not sealed.

Poem Details | by Barry Stebbings |
Categories: humor, rain,

Rain In Spain

                    Rain In Spain

          A hopeful explorer went to Spain
         To see the rain on the plain.
               But most of the rain
               Is found in a drain,
         He won't be going to Spain, again.

           Barry Stebbings

Categories: fun,


Sully loves the classic chicken roasts 
‘A perfect dozen a day’, he boasts 
Meenie loves milk 
Foods of that ilk 
‘Cat is lesser animal’, he posts 

Sully/Sullivan= my pet ghost who lives in a rain tree 
Meenie=my pet female cat

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: humorous,

Limerick: Once a lovely Lady caught in her shower

Limerick : Once a lovely Lady caught in her shower

Once lovely Lady caught in shower
With broken pipe and gushing water
Ran out to buy new pipe
Forgot the soap to wipe
Now waits for rain to come over her.

© TWignesan – Paris,  2013

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: stress,


Some freezing rain is predicted today Gonna stay put, the prognosticators I'll obey Consider my life precious Love eating lettuce With gobs of coleslaw dressing, delicious that way Huh???

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: rain,

Downer Days

Looked outside, it's quite dark and rainy These downer days drive me quite insane-y A sunshine lover O'er the ground I hover Hard to hover with a rain soaked aeroplane-y

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: weather,

In My Slicker

It's raining profusely in Toronto this morning Look good in my slicker and rain hat I'm adorning Splashing in puddles Gonna get in trouble For ignoring my momma's very stern warning

Poem Details | by Jerome Malenfant |
Categories: humorous,

An actor auditioning for Lear

An actor auditioning for Lear
Spoke his lines in a manner queer,
    As he’d loudly explain 
    Where the rain falls in Spain,
For he’d read the wrong play it’d appear.

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: happiness,

Happy As A Clown

The rain won't get me down, the rain won't get me down I'm still known as the happiest dude in town With a skip and a jump Sometimes fall on my rump Walk with a wobble but still happy as a clown

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

I know, we gotta have rain too

What I’ve got against the rain is not the drippy wet,
because it hasn't melted me, well, at least not yet.
It’s those clouds!
Gloomy shrouds.
I’d rather soak up sunshine and turn it into sweat.

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,


Some freezing rain is predicted today Gonna stay put, the prognosticators I'll obey Consider my life precious Love eating lettuce With gobs of sweet dressing, delicious that way Huh???

Poem Details | by Jim Kilduff |
Categories: angst, emotions, funny, hate,

Anti-ode to rain

The big 'R', do you actually know what you're doing
To our week nation,
Absolute panic stations, feckin banter deflation, endless duration
Eternal damnation the foundation, our country's creation.
No shortage of hydration in any location, 
Sure isn't Patsy livid, the crops are bad, explicit gyrations.
Sure no wonder there's emigration by the dozen every week,
Has given or society an ugly mutation, 
Gets lubrication each day thanks to you.
There's a sad wet dog in the station 
Contemplating rotation.
You rain on our frustration, wash our sins for we have 
Offended out of hatred and vexation,
All we're looking for is some compensation.
Rosary beads in homes nationwide and Bridie is saying the rosary
For a chance of salvation, god love her she's my relation.
The forecast gives us the temptation to believe,
Subtle touch of authority has us buying flip-flops, frustration.
We have brain cells you know, we give into temptation,
Because in this situation we can find our own destination.
Just sayin aviation is our saving grace from drowning captivation, 
And there's as much chance getting compensation 
from you as we are from a cheap flight cancellation.
Rain we've had enough, because we're ready to make a revelation
And through your bitter tears you'll hear our declaration.
We're out for palpitation then leave you to your desperation, 
Because as a population, it's our dedication, inspiration and vegetation
That are emanating through your drops of dislocation.

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

Potential I Presume More Limericks

Potential I Presume More Limericks

Big and tremendous come to mind.

Tremendous, stupendous, upend us.
Gargantuan, passion, trashing.
Immensive, aggressive, sensitive.   
Ultimate Utmost, out grossed, horrible host.
Pittance, sentence, repentance.
In effect essential, provocative, potential, quite intentional.
Necessity, complexity, anxiety.
Court Municipal, Peter Principle, always apprehensible.
Concerting, blurting, hurting.
Infinitesimal, decimal,  inexcusable
Horribly huge, difficult deluge, shady subterfuge.
Passion, mansion, ration.
Explanation, creation, prevarication.
Expedient, concillient, what he meant
Congenial, menial, essential.
Validate, marinate, create(For you cooks out there.)
Ballad, salad, valid.
Repudiated, humiliated, regimented.
Surgical, liturgical, hysterical, historical.
Urgence of resurgence of common sense.
To endure, become obscure for sure.
As of late would be great if they negotiate.
Kept at bay until miles away so Standish did say.
Had to humiliate to rehabilitate then consummate.
Were reassured could have occurred if enough endured.
My patience was tried then cried and cried after he had lied and lied so Bonny could be bona fide.
What part of the ocean had Bonnie been laid over at anyway? It must have been some perfect excuse
to go on a cruise and of course if you snooze will definitely loose.
Love could have occurred after I was assured no more lying will be endured.
If totally transparent, it could be inherent was apparent both were probably a potential parent.
What to we did allude, the became unglued in the middle of a family feud.
Embarrassed we became when he was up to his old game of seeking more fortune and fame.
Guess who and am sure you knew when bailed out the whole crew.
Patiently particular, was a homicide which was vehicular deduced by a diverticular.
Beside the sea with idea would wrestle should nestle under a trestle out of rain to wait for next vessel.
On Trump it finally dawned, if he would wave his magical want another witch would respond.
Instead of Grinch he would be the Witch Who Stole Christmas among other things.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by connie pachecho |
Categories: loneliness, lust,

His Vacation In Bermuda-8 word challenge

His Vacation In Bermuda-8 word challenge

candy drops rain on drought stricken crops
her triple treats spiraled without any stops
his eyes span kaleidoscope
he rushes to open her envelope
ten years celibacy ending with a hollow pop

the sweetness curls of her perpetual motion
the cacophony of waves pounding his ocean
a hooker curbs his hysteria
of soothing his chaotic area
Bermuda triangle's apocalypse, for him a godsend 

connie pachecho




This poem I didn't enterI feel it wouldn't smell a rose.
I like the title, ending, how everything ties together but 
it would never place.

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

What A Cloud Can Do

What A Cloud Can Do

Have heard that what a cloud can do;
Can cause rain to fall on me and you;
We will get,
Always wet,
And a cloud you cannot see through.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by George Aul |
Categories: drink, humor,

Sailors's Delight

A heavy rain kept falling and falling
as the wine kept calling and calling,
the glasses emptied slickly
while her happy changed quickly...
she talked like a sailor - how appalling!

Poem Details | by ilene bauer |
Categories: rain,

Winter Rain

There is one thing I surely do know - 
That because of the way winds might blow,
We'll have hours of rain 
Which, though, really a pain,
Just as easily could have been snow!

Tonight, when the raindrops do stop,
Then the temperature's likely to drop
And, though that will be nice,
Once the streets turn to ice,
Up the likelihood goes I'll go plop!

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

While No One Was

While No One Was

Listen to rain and its falling sound;
Especially when no one is around;
Quiet as can be,
On you and me;
So softly will pound on the ground;

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: inspirational,

Silly Questions 2

How do you know when you run out of invisible ink Why does night fall and day break do you think Got any answers You fancy dancers Why does snow fall and rain drop, my mind's on the blink