Limerick Poems About Cuckoo | Cuckoo Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: funny, happiness, health, life, loss

Slams Destroyed Her Head

Slams Destroyed Her Head

She was slammed by slam poetry, boo hoo!
Some folks wondered about the hullabaloo.
When bombarded with dread,
Sad thoughts destroyed her head.
Now, she thinks she’s a blithering cuckoo!

© July 17, 2010
Dane Smith-Johnsen

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Poem Details | by George Aul |
Categories: valentines day,

Valenchime

There was a woman who lived down the block
her Valentine gift was a cuckoo clock,
so when she pulled the bird's chime
he sang out this Cupid rhyme...
"Hey baby, will you show me your tick tock?"


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: bird, fish,

Cuckoo-Bird

There was a cuckoo-bird lived by a lake
Thought that a great fisherman he would make
   But when he set up his lines
   To devour the bait he pined
He'd snarf down all the worms, for heaven's sake


Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humorous,

Cuckoo Clock-maker Brachs

There was once a Swiss clock-maker named Brachs

   Who specialized in making cuckoo clocks

      But with age he'd lost his touch

         He went cuckoo inasmuch

            Striving to keep ticks in sync with the tocks



Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humorous,

Cuckoo Clock-Maker Fritz

Clock-maker Fritz lived in Bavaria

   He was known as best in that area

      It was cuckoo clocks he made

         None were better at that trade

            Cuckoo was he, prone to hysteria


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: son,

My Cuckoo Son



Have a cuckoo son named Scott When he talks people giggle a lot With his silly antics A slight bit manic A true chip off this old guy's block


Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: bird,

Cuckoos Reputation

Cuckoo has an undeserved reputation
Actually there should be a celebration
They understand it is best
To lay their eggs in another’s nest
Foster bird raises their young to fruition