Limerick Poems About Canary | Canary Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: baseball, song,

Seventh Inning Streach

Seventh Inning Stretch Limerick Written: by Tom Wright 6-30-2016 I once knew a man, first name Harry, A “Cubbie” fan, last name was Carey He sang at each Cub game, When the 7th inning came, And was never mistaken for a canary; “Take me out to the ball game”

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Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: funny,

Napoleon Complex

I sense a Napoleon complex As Joe the canary his wings flex He stretches tall and proud Squawks and shrieks really loud At the Seagull who has huge, huge pecs



Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: life, nature,

Joe the Canary

Joe the Yellow Canary Lives next door to sweet Mary A frog came in her house Poor Mary gave a big rouse Joe gave a shriek like fury


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: scary,

No Canary Was She

Knew a young lady named Cherie Had an attitude that was always merry Tripped on a stone Broke a few bones She certainly didn't sing like a canary © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: adventure, autumn, bird, halloween, humor, magic, october,

Sky Witch

once an old witch from dunderry

did ride on something quite scary

did it sing did it dance

did it wear checkered pants

no twas a hairy canary.



Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: bird, silly, thanksgiving,

Big Bird

A famous TV star is called 'Big Bird'
At Thanksgiving he's at a loss for words --
   His fellow birds are eaten
   Down is his spirit beaten --
What eight-foot canary is not absurd?


          November 20, 2019 
 Holiday Themed Limerick Poetry Contest
         Sponsor: Tania Kitchin


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fairy,

Lithe As a Fairy

Eating sensibly is the name of the game No more gorging, that's not good for our frame Getting lithe as a fairy Singing like a canary Happy as poop I'm no longer shamed


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: uplifting,

Tact

Just saying my canary was alive before you got here Could it be your perfume? No offence to you, my dear Common sense has eluded me Need more tact I agree Should have said, you're prettier that you appear!


Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humorous,

A Tone-Deaf Woman

A tone-deaf woman in Tucumcari 
made a wish to sing like a canary
Her perpetual sadness
has now turned to gladness
It’s just eat, tweet and be merry!

2/12/22


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: bird, humor, spoken word, word play,

A Talking Canary

Three manic morons: Moe, Curly, Larry
  Ante up for a talking canary ~
    It attracts boobirds
    They cry, 'How absurd' ~ 
  Clever jokers rename her 'Miss Carrie'


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: sad,

Tweeter My Canary

Judy said her friend's perfume was much too severe Her canary Tweeter, was alive before she got there Loved Tweeter so much He was so old, he needed a crutch Flew with a limp, I cried when he died, buckets of tears


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

Saw Trump In a Cemetary

Saw Trump In A Cemetary

We just saw Trump in a cemetary
Looking at grave of his cute canary;
With all his followers;
Blooming idiot flowers;
Moved to city declared a sanctuary.

Jim Horn


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

Bush Had Become Legendary

Bush Had Become Legendary

In choir, Bush was known to be legendary; 
Had heard he could sing just like a canary; 
We realized, 
Milk homogenized; 
Scare cows who they did milk daily in dairy.

He never tried to milk anyone and was the
kindest President we will have ever known.

Jim Horn


Poem Details | by Bill Baker |
Categories: bird, children, creation, imagery, magic, scary,

Witchcraft

Two drops of blood a pinch of fur
In the pot she started to stir
Then a magic word
That none of us heard
We wondered what next would occur

The boiling water was scary
A monster ugly and hairy
We were all afraid
For what had she made
It was just a green canary