Muammar Muhammad Gaddafi;
'Brother Leader', dog of Tripoli
People of Libya
happily say, "See ya!
Here's for Flight 103 - Lockerbie."
Her huge boobies he longed to discover -
Vast mountains, quite unlike any other
He undid her bra strap
She gave him a big slap
Said hands off, or I’ll tell my big brother!
Inspired by but not for mountains contest
Identical twins, me and my brother
Got the same birthday, got the same mother
Don’t know if I’m he
Don’t know if he’s me
But I do know I’m one or the other
Hill, By and Blow - the three Billies brothers
Were constantly fighting each other
Hill was the oldest
Blow was the boldest
By was the baby by another mother
May 5, 2018
Hillbillies, Bybillies and Blowbillies Contest, by Caren Krutsinger
There once was a girl by the name Joy
who got joy whenever she'd annoy
Her poor little brother
she swapped for another
Now; him, too, she would love to destroy.
Have a crazy brother-in-law named Dickie
At times Dickie can be rather tricky
At 90 years old
He's just been paroled
His crime..he asked a cashier for a quickie
© Jack Ellison 2015
Boss lady on the go!
No rest for an obedient bro'
She puts him to work from dusk to dust
No mercy for a brother even with trust
The boss lady may need some lust.
A Jewish attorney, Raskolnikov,
his Buddhist half-brother, Kaletnikov,
now here comes the bother,
they mimic each other,
so who gets 'good health!' or a 'mazel tov?'
Visited my 90 year old brother-in-law yesterday
Puts me to shame, good for at least another ten I'd say
Golf he still plays
Still a joker I'd say
To this amazing creature, a glass we raise
© Jack Ellison 2016
Hairy and Scary
Mary, Mary where is your brother Larry?
Went to movies with little sister Terry
They both look quite so short
They both need to abort
Sister Terry's legs are hairy and scary.
Written: June 6, 2015
Theresa Marie W-C
As this poem was being written,
A small boy appeared to be smitten.
He loved his baby brother,
But then he asked his mother,
‘Please can we swap him for a kitten?’
24th April 2011
I once had a brother in prison.
He knew what in life he was missin"
So he spent out his days
in profitable ways
and learned because he could listen.
In Florida one right hot summer
A free soul was havin' a bummer
So in spray painted undies
Next holiday Monday
He split to the Springs with his rummer.
Equally inspired by a net(te) comment and the lovely natural resources in North Florida
A brother-in-law has suffered from asthma all his life
Told my sister he'd die young, now 70 years his wife
Married in spite
Ninety years, still in flight
Sure had a great life in spite of the strife
Will you choose your mother or me
Asked wife who would not let it be
As I said oh brother
Sought help from another
And I called her mother to see
A bad crime has landed me in jail,
I also told the judge "Go to hell,"
for while serving the time
I did not do the crime...
Honest! It was my twin brother Sal.
Prescott Bush proved his moxie
as war-profiteer proxy
with brother Harriman
since shame can't bury them
when suggestions turn Nazi.
Billy Carter was a sluggard I hear
His kinfolk he did not always endear
He embarrassed his brother
And mortified his mother
He cared not one whit as he nursed his beer!
Robert LHinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
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looked so mild,
but she was the mother
of another child.
she was the mother
of my other brother
she actually was real wild!
Copyright McCuen 2008
"Rock, Paper, Scissors" played with my brother
We'd usually fight, then here came mother
I'll thump your head!
Now off to bed!
While our giggles we'd try to smother
Wish in one hand and crap in the otherrrrr,
pick which one you would give to your brotherrrrr.
Limerick: Once a gay Roman bored Emperor
Once a gay Roman bored Emperor
Sailed Near East as great Conqueror
Queen there married brother
Was this a great bother?
He married Queen to have the Other!
© TWignesan – Paris, 2013
There was an old man of York
That loved to play in the park
He got caught on the slide
With a bare backside
Cos his brother pinched his belt for a lark
There wad a young man who was nuts
And always lived in garden huts
He screamed at night
And we all got a fright
But I blame all those welfare cuts
Received gift one day, from another
Given in love, from older brother
Borrowed back at one time
Not returned, what a crime
Worst Indian giver, than any other