Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: farm, humorous,

A **** and bull tale - Risque Rhyme


New farmer whose first name is Guy Confesses he's using AI His cows are sans bulls But for lassies he pulls He uses his todger - AYE AYE!

Poem Details | by Randy Freie |
Categories: lust,

The Hot Spot

I just knew that I'd better not stop

Caressing her from bottom to top

It was getting real hot

When I hit the right spot

But by then I was too pooped to pop



Prequel to "Johnny on the Spot"


Poem Details | by John Lawless |
Categories: irony, political,

One Way Ticket

They say they’re on board, there’s no fuss
They just let the old man loudly cuss
Think no one will notice
It’s only the POTUS
Thrown under a big yellow bus

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: pain, political, sick,

Here It Comes to Save the Day

     COVID just sank its fangs into Joe
     Will the disease let the old man go ~

        Return to the campaign 
        Or just add to his pain ~

     Perhaps now Joe will tell himself NO!

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: innocence, military, money, murder, satire,

How Naive Can JD Be

       JD Vance will certainly get skewered
       For he came off as naïve, untutored

          Boosted the military
          Promoted prosperity

       Such naivete can get him murdered


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: america, dark, moving on, political,

For 'the Good of the Party'


     The train’s pulling out of the station now
     Not everyone’s boarded the old cash cow

         The POTUS got left behind
         A sign of radical times ~

     'Wheels of progress' just ground him into chow

Poem Details | by Randy Freie |
Categories: humorous,

Johnny on the Spot

I lost my hair and I lost my pep 

That's why I lost the spring in my step 

But I couldn't go on

When my manhood was gone

And I lost my wife to Johnny Depp

Poem Details | by Thomas Harrison |
Categories: anger,

The Bully

A bully once roared in my face,
macho bluster, lacking all grace.
I said “Do you mind?
I think you might find,
your breath offends my personal space.”

Poem Details | by Jack Horne |
Categories: silly,

At the Zoo - very crude

He heard that the zoo was for sale;
a donkey and tiger he'd 'nail':
'I want' - to the lass -
'your pussy and ***!'
(And that's why he's banged up in jail...)

Poem Details | by Denis Bruce |
Categories: anger, silly,

Sting in the tale

There once was a donkey from Delhi 
Who dared call a tiger's breath smelly
Tiger  roared out in great rage
Which donkey could not assuage
And ended  up in tiger's belly

Poem Details | by R J. Elless |
Categories: humor,

In a Flash


There was a scandalous lass. 
That let men handle her ***.
So, what can she say?
They all had to pay.
Although, most came in a flash.

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: animal, humorous,

Unsavory Lunch

A Bengal tiger has an uncanny hunch That he'll encounter a tasty beast to munch Finding an inedible Prey with fear he roars go away! Then runs to seek a more suitable lunch

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: america, crazy, international, political,

Hierarchy Trumps Oligarchy

     The White House, run by strict hierarchy
     Lambasts Russia’s alleged oligarchy

         Putin claims to be stumped
         But Biden has him Trumped

     Grins like mad and says ~ ‘Bunch of malarkey!’ 

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: giggle, language, satire, storm,

'Grammar Police' Strike Again

    In a most stunning reversal of form
    The ‘grammar police’ took over a dorm

        Kicked out all the radicals
        Screamed, ‘You’re non-grammatical’

           ~  Set off an academic protest storm 

Poem Details | by Anisha Dutta |
Categories: 4th grade,

Tiger Meets Donkey

                     Tiger roars loud cheerfully as it saw
                     Donkey : Ready to jump showing paw -claw.
                                But bound to stand still.
                                 No attempt to kill,
                     owing to sudden attack of locked jaw.

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: political,

the elite view

As Joe’s voice sours and may fade 
A candidate parade and trade
Could upgrade our choice!
We'll sweetly rejoice
If lemons become lemonade

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: funny,

A Weird Love Affair

Stay on your side of the brook, Tiger Or else there will be a great snipper To end you running your mouth So much wild noise from you spouts See you tonight at one, rough rider

Poem Details | by thriveni c mysore |
Categories: animal,

Ears to the side

Hey Ty, you came here for an early drink?
Assy, you do look funny when you blink
Go. Today is not your day
I am not here for a prey.
If so Ty, let's play by creek, strike me pink!

Poem Details | by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: 11th grade, animal, tiger,

Tactical Foot

There once was a young tiger named Roar
this bold greeting he gave to Eeyore...
     "Hey you, shove out the way;
     I got no taste for gray."
With one swift kick, donkey mopped the floor. 




Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: fun,

Jumping to Conclusions

Haughty Tiger was blatantly vain
She presumed that poor *** had no brain
*** stayed cool when hunters came
And pretended to be lame
But Miss Knowall was bound to a chain.

- - - - - - - - -

Poem Details | by Joseph May |
Categories: animal,

Paper Tiger

 The tiger growled, puffing its chest
 Yet the donkey didn't seem stressed
 Tiger said, " your bones I'll chew
 and make a meal out of you
 But the donkey was unimpressed

Poem Details | by Jim Healey |
Categories: anti bullying, humor,

The Tiger and the Donkey - A Fable for Our Time

The tiger at the creek growled "You shall not pass!"
The donkey said "Oh, come on. Don't be so crass.
I'm only here to have a drink
and if you really, really think
you can stop me, I'll just kick your sorry a**!"

Poem Details | by John Lawless |
Categories: muse,

RIP

The muse is buried in the mire
Its flaming pages now expire
Its passion’s fled
Is the muse dead
Or trying to light another fire

Poem Details | by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: funny,

Fine Dentist


Cool donkey earned fame as a fine dentist.
For toothache his dinner glum tiger missed.
      His wide open mouth of dread,
      the donkey looked at, and said,
“your canines need extraction, I insist.”

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: america, animal, clothes, humor, leadership, satire, senses,

What Americans Can't See

    They’re stark naked from their heads to their toes
    Our aspiring emperors wear no clothes
       Why can’t we see that
       They look like two rats
     Perhaps we’re too busy holding our nose

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: animal, language, leadership, old, political,

He Gives his 'Goodest' Yet

     Some say an elephant never forgets
     With his trunk, he gives as good as he gets
         But Dems don’t mean Trump
         They think he’s a chump
     Donkeys mean Biden gives his ‘goodest’ yet

Poem Details | by Malabika Ray Choudhury |
Categories: friendship, humorous,

Why Not Be Friends

Thirsty Donkey went to the flowing stream,
Shocked to find a tiger, about to scream.
"We are friends, both need a drink",
Tiger said "calm down and think,
Not being enemies, let's be a team".

Poem Details | by Srinivas Veepuri |
Categories: howl,

Donkey's Diplomacy


I have heard enough of your growl; 
I am well aware of your prowl.
When you wear angry frown,
You appear like a clown. 
Why waste time expecting my howl?!

Poem Details | by Jay Narain |
Categories: green,

Grass is blue or green

There once was a donkey so gray,
Who argued with Tiger one day.
"Grass is blue," he said,
But Tiger, striped & flared,
Said, "It's green as my coat's gold & gray."




Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: abuse, anger, bird, car, funny, giggle, humor,

walking parrot

a parrot walks into a bar

hey buddy have you got a car

i hike for ten miles

get nothing but smiles

and sidewalks round here are subpar.

Poem Details | by Anthony Biaanco |
Categories: analogy,

The Cat's ***

don't sip the stream the orange king roared
but his warning went largely ignored
the water was tainted with crocs 
the big *** died right on the spot
cat tail twitching from the reddening shore

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: animal,

Donkey VS Tiger

Donkey went to a small stream one day,
but a tiger stood right in his way.
Tiger roared and then fled.
Donkey filled him with dread
when he let out a bellowing bray!

Poem Details | by Krish Radhakrishna |
Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade, 1st grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade,

Donkey and the Tiger

face to face across the stream, just a leap away,
donkey saw the tiger, in fear began to bray,
“one kick from me will get you down,”
“get back to forest ugly clown,”
“I am Vegan’”said the tiger, “please share your hay!”


9th placement

Poem Details | by Ramajela Josia Majola |
Categories: care, love,

All I Need Is Peace

Care for me please
Cover me with fleece
Be my solid pillar
And my heart's healer
For all I need is peace

Poem Details | by Bryan Norton |
Categories: 12th grade, humor, romantic, silly,

There Was a Young Tiger

There was a young tiger from Goodnight,
A fighter without any good fight,
Along came a lass,
In the guise of an ***,
And the tiger, a biter, was bit right.