Limerick Poems About Ant | Ant Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Lim'Rik Flats |
Categories: humor, insect,


Ellworth Ant thought marching was fun
With his good buddies, one by one
Tail next to nose
Never in rows
But some days the odor would stun

Ellworth Ant wished he could compete
to lead the assembled antfeet
Ellworth surmised
(Being trail-wise)
That, not viewing antass'd be sweet

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Poem Details | by Pat Adams |
Categories: character, imagery, word play,

War of the Ants

The red and black ants were much in dissent
Only with battle would they be content
One ant on a penny
Defeated many
Until he was grabbed and thrown off the cent!

Poem Details | by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: humorous, insect,

Inky Dinky Ant

An ant called Inky Dinky Parlay Voo
Crawled on curly trail of funky hill blue
Darkly cloud sprayed cranky rain
Slinky drops draped flanky skin
Blinky foreplay of stinky mud she knew

March 26, 2020
Contest : Inky Dinky Parlay Voo
Sponsor : Caren Krutsinger

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: dance, fun,

The Latest Dance

There was a pretty young maiden from France
Much too modest to try the latest dance --
   She got some advice
   It worked in a trice -- 
Let loose an ant colony down her pants