» Limerick Poems About Alligator
An alligator on a floating freighter
Ate the Captain and the navigator,
He also ate the crew
In a meaty stew,
In a feast which included the waiter.
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
There once was a drifting skydiver.
He looked down below with grave terror.
He was falling in a tarn.
At an alligator farm –
So he prayed, then he ran on the water!
© July 11, 2010
animals, death, funny, imagination, life, nature
Down south on the small alligator farm
Alligators grown to size to alarm
All the workers there too scared
Of young gators as they aired
Parachuted food to keep them from harm
(Inspired by Carolyn's picture but not entry.)
There once was a parachutist called Norm
Who parachuted into an alligator farm
He said with a hell of a shout
"Blimey! it's time to bail out"
Before I'm the calm before their storm
There was a young redneck from Chapel Hill
He was good at cooking up quite a meal
While known near and far
For stewed alligator gar
His specialty was chicken fried road kill
© Mar 13 2010 Charles Henderson
animal, boy, food, funny, girl, lust, relationship,
There was a mean, old alligator
Who chanced upon young Master Baitor
Both of them noted
When traipsing by came May BLayder
Played Golf Eating Sandwich
Played golf eating sandwich made with bread,
And something happened which we do dread,
In woods would end,
Where ball did send,
Then found a long alligator in field so we fled.