Limerick Poems About Boxing | Boxing Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by John Freeman |
Categories: sports

Boxing Bee

Float like a butterfly sting like a bee
Dancing and prancing, “Frazer can’t hit me”
   Frazer’s punch was a killer
   Smoking hot in Manila
Refutes the Rope a dope prophet Ali!!

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Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: christmas, funny,

Boxing Day

My love loves to knit and crochet
And she does it all her own way
She knitted a scarf
As long as a wharf
Guess what I got on Christmas Day?

Poem Details | by Dale Gregory Cozart |
Categories: humor,

Boxing Mohammed

I once boxed Mohammed Ali. Then I knocked him out in Round Three. I thrust out my chest to show who was best. Said, “Yo, now who stings like a bee?” 5th Place Name Dropper Limerick Contest Sponsor: Kevin Shaw 9/14/17

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

Did Call Pennsylvania Dutch

Did Call Pennsylvania Dutch

When old while walking needed crutch
And in every room could see a hutch;
Bridges going over water
With walls on long border;
So did call all of them Pennsylvania Dutch.

Jim Horn

Trump loves building borders
and boxing all of us in.

Poem Details | by James Study |
Categories: father, life, relationship,

My Old Man

Whenever he spoke it was a shout
He charged through life like a boxing bout
He took the blows and stood
He was a tree of hardwood
But soft his voice when I would doubt

Poem Details | by Terry Flood |
Categories: sports,

Come Out Swinging

I watched my TV and I laughed
The boxing was really quite daft
They kept social distance
No punch met resistance
But one caught a cold from the draught

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: boxing day ,

Box In Day

You've got to hand it to Millie
She knows what makes men act silly!
Just ask Uncle Fred
Who took her to bed
Where she circum-sighed his willie!

Poem Details | by Mbj Pancras |
Categories: age, allegory, boxing day , conflict, confusion, crazy, destiny,

Loose Talk

Gin wants Bin to play fun with Glen,
But Sen seeks a round bun to free the hen
Couched in the palms of Ren who blinks his brown eyes,
And all the men break the glass they have,
And walk away with a loose talk
That they never talk anything but loose talk.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: holiday,

Bach Sing Dei

After Christmas comes Boxing Day
When mum carts the rubbish away
Like one of the boys
Dad plays with our toys
Day is done; what more can I say?

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: boxing day ,

The American Boxing Day

The American Boxing Day
Is one where the retailers pay
For unwanted gifts
Received from spendthrifts
They can't possibly give away

Poem Details | by Shirley Hawkins |
Categories: 10th grade,


My word, what a dreadful sight,
A boxer lost a prestigious fight,
His nose was a flood,
With masses of blood,
He won't be boxing tonight!

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: hilarious,

Kick Boxing Is Fun

Kick boxing can be fun except for the rules No kicks below the belt in a man's precious jewels You may get a warning When one ends up wailing And cursing like a trooper with naughty looks so cruel

Poem Details | by George Ojuku Momoh |
Categories: 4th grade, africa, art, black african american, boxing day ,

I Want To Fly

I want to fly
To the high hill of a mile
Where even the sun can't find me,
The moon can't hide in 
Somewhere very close to the sky