Limerick Poems About Dove | Dove Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: candy, drink, love, sky, stars, uplifting, words,

Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is a day for love
do you want to be my turtle dove
are you as sweet as candy
here is a glass of brandy
let's go out and watch the stars above

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Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: humor, love,

Usa Million Aire

The cooings of a snow-white dove
Beseech the wind to bring us love
But pandemics apart
Don't you dare touch my heart
Unless you wear a rubber glove!

Poem Details | by Shane Cooper |
Categories: funny,


 Mary was a lovely lass,
Who gave Shane lots of sass,
She sat in an office up above,
Perched up there just like a dove,
What a girl, with so much brass, 

Poem Details | by Mitch White |
Categories: life, sports, sympathy,

Joe Who?

The ball was loose and bouncing
Joe dove towards it, just missing
The clock ticking down
Just then, Joe had found
His football skills were lacking

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: allegory, angel, business, funny, humorous, peace, war,

Hark--An Angel--The Harbinger of All Things Good

What flies though the air up above
Disguised as a peace seeking dove
For those who've not heard
Drones can send you the bird
From the land of brotherly love

Author's note: Is this really how to win friends and influence people (for the long term)?

Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor,

Air Lift

Bob was happy with his Mini Cooper
It drove great, making him an in-grouper.
But a hawk aloft dove speedily
Taking the car in his claws greedily.
Now Bob calls the hawk a party pooper.

Poem Details | by John Smith |
Categories: on writing and words,

Sweetheart of Ps

Linda Marie is the Sweetheart of 
Poetry Soup Her poems all dove 
tail so beautifully 
with my serenity,
mine cannot upon them lay a glove.

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: friendship, on writing and words, people, places

The Classy Lassie From Tallahassee

There once stayed a dove in Tallahassee With blond hair the bonniest of lassies She helped with my writes Morning, noon and night After breakfast, we started to write classy

Poem Details | by Buhagiar Victor |
Categories: 9th grade,

The Minx

There once was a lady from Lynx,
Who was a veritable minx,
she wrote about love,
cooed like a dove,
loved mixing ambiguous drinks.

Now the minx was wearing a wig,
Which made her look like a fig,
And she had the gall,
To hold me in thrall,
And jabbed me with a two-pronged twig!

Poem Details | by Anisha Dutta |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, humor, marriage,


        Elizabeth Taylor the queen of beauty
       Marvelous actress of super quality.
                  Fond of making love
                   As does cooing dove.
     Nine times wedded, whimsy marriage-celebrity.


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

Dry Swimming Pool

Dry Swimming Pool

He learned how to play with a loose tool;
Suffered from much criticism and ridicule,
When he had lied,
After a while died,
Being fool who dove into dry swimming pool.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humor,

Dear Spaniel Daniel

He left us and chased after rainbow and dove
And found his soul mate in the hills up above
Did we know the real Daniel
Our beloved cocker spaniel?
Farewell, our dear heart, adieu our true love


Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: funnylove,

Wax Museum Romance

There once was a man looking for romance
Found love true at a wax museum glance
He bought and brought his dove
Home for hot steamy love
She melted after the first close dance

Limerick for Amy Green--I missed the contest deadline--like my wax museum love oops I've said too much!

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: thanksgiving,

Day of the Turkey

They say at the Lonesome Dove ranch
A turkey flew up to a branch
Invited to lunch
It pooped on the bunch
But it learned not to mess with Blanche!

Poem Details | by Sandra L. Weiss |
Categories: beach, humor, sea,

Tim and Gin

There was a fellow named Tim
Who loved to drink lots of gin.
Got drunk on the beach,
dove in water out of reach.
Too bad he didn't know how to swim.

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: friendship, on writing and words

Inspiration In the Heather

Semaj and his American dove
Doing things they so dearly love
    Writing co-writes together
    As they lie in the heather
They fit like a finger inside a glove

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: funny

Oh For Some Zzzz

I slept in our bed sound asleep
Under the covers i felt a hand creep
    It was my American dove
    Who had given me a shove
For my snoring had left her counting sheep

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: boy, cool, girl, water,

Horkel and Snorkel Can'T Get No Girlie Action

Horkel and Snorkel set out for the pool
  Wearing their Speedos, they thought they looked cool ~
     H & S posed, then dove in
     Speedos came off, revealed skin ~
   At infantile stunts, cute girls do not drool

Poem Details | by Jeff Kyser |
Categories: bird,

Homing Pigeon

Which is it, a pigeon or dove?
We hate one; the other, we love.
Your clean car, that blob?
'Twas likely a squab,
opined likewise of you, thereof.


H/T to Gershon Wolf's Justice for All

Poem Details | by Valsa George |
Categories: addiction, girl, sexy,

In Queue

With massive boobs in bra of Saphire blue She is indeed voluptuous to view To feel her seductive love And make her their hottie dove Men vie with each other standing in queue

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

Died and In Heaven Above

Died and In Heaven Above

So sad you no longer are my love,
And did fly off like a diligent dove;
No longer here,
My precious dear;
Have died and are in heaven above.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: bird, lust,

In Flagrante Delicto

A pigeon expressed to a dove
An urgent desire to make love
Like a maniac
He hopped on her back
Pursuant to all the above

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: music,

The Little Sparrow

Edith Piaf was a sparrow
Who ignored the "straight and narrow"
No pure white dove
She sang for love
Just as wild as Cupid's arrow

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: humorous,

Tisket Tasket and True Love

Tisket, Tasket and Then True Love

Tisket then tasket and true love
Best line I wrote was up above
Better at writing started to grow
Now best line I wrote was below
Then into deep end had to dove.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: spiritual,

Our Spirits Coalesce

Sharing is the greatest gift we all possess The smiling faces on peeps is a joy to assess Lifts our spirits high above O'er the country like a dove Soaring beside us, our spirits coalesce

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