Limerick Poems About Bombay | Bombay Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Dawn Drickman |
Categories: funny, life, people,


There's a gal named PamelaKaye
Her writing style, poetic buffet
A sweet Texas tart
Who has a big heart
And a buttocks the size of Bombay

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Poem Details | by Joe Flach |
Categories: funny

I Am Happy and Gay

There once was a man from Bombay
Had a computer matched date on Valentines Day
When his date did arrive
He was shocked and surprised
Misunderstood the American meaning of “gay”

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: humorous,

Limerick: Once a Measly Miser In Mumbai

Limerick: Once a measly Miser in Mumbai

Once a measly Miser in Mumbai
Liked watching dancing girls on the sly
He went to Bolly-Wood
Though he felt jolly good
His loot sucked by Bombay Ducks well nigh.

© TWignesan – Paris,  2013

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: age, body, humorous, lust,

He Was a Flop

Sally met an old bloke from Bombay They both fancied a roll in the hay He whipped out his todger All ready to Rodger But his blue pills had run out that day! 11~20~16

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: body, health, humorous,

This Doctor Has No Patience

A doctor who worked in Bombay Banned seventeen patients one day They all had Delhi belly.. Waiting room got so smelly Receptionist turned them away! 2/19/19

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: love,

Universal Love

If I had a star each time you brightened my days I'd have a galaxy at hand like a universal buffet Making me overexcite To my taste bud's delight The limit of the universe is bigger than Bombay

Poem Details | by Pat Adams |
Categories: animal, confusion, fantasy, humor,

Skunks In Bombay

Skunks have religious sanctum in Bombay
Protected from hunting both night and day
Skunk whisper was good
But misunderstood
When in skunk language they said, "Let us spray!"

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: humor,

Bombay Boozer


           There once was a man from Bombay.
           Insistent, on having his way!
           Poor devil, drove drunk.
           Mashed his car into a trunk.
           Wife bailed him out, no delay.