Limerick Poems About Fathers | Father Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Three Who We Love and Laud

Three Who We Love and Laud

There are three we do love and laud;
Spirit with Son whose father is God;

Together all our sins they have shod.

Jim Horn

Do you disagree with any of this?
Or maybe a point I might miss;
Never found,
Or around,
That appeared to look ludicrous.

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Poem Details | by Martin Kloess |
Categories: golf, humor, sports,

A Golfer's Tale

Was out playing golf just for fun
With Father O’Toole in the sun
When club from hand burst
Hit priest as he cursed
And I hit his first holy one

Poem Details | by Ray Dillard |
Categories: satire, sports,

Let the Ball Lie

The little boy said to his father,
I wish I could drive the ball farther.
    He said to his son,
    By time we are done,
Your ball will "lie" just past the others.

Poem Details | by Funom Makama |
Categories: father, father daughter, father son, life, love, relationship,

A Fathers Desire

Their well being covers every corner of his conscience
caring for them is his default so beyond science
even when he seems wicked
he’d not mind to go naked
for love in their life to have a high rate of prevalence.

Poem Details | by Panya Chanthavong |
Categories: baby, father son, kids, girl, love, mom, son,

The Only Girl

Hey Son, I wrote this to warn you
In your whole life, many girls are coming through 
You might have only girl to love her much over
But you have to remember that do not hurt your mother
She is my only girl too...

Poem Details | by Tirzah Conway |
Categories: allegory, family, father, funny, husband, mother, wife

She Really Did Get This Call

I wish I could be a fly on the wall,
When my poor old mother gets the phone call,

        “He’s here at the bar
        Quick bring us your car,

Your husband just got in a brawl”

Poem Details | by William Kershaw |
Categories: family, fantasy, father

My Favorite Shoes Ain'T Mine

My favorite shoes in the closet they sit.
I've never worn 'em not even a bit.
Cuz before I was born,
By my Dad they were worn,
I'll not wear them 'til I'm sure they'll fit.

Just for SKAT's contest

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: crazy,

Limerick: Once a Nanny Looked For a Manny-Mannie

Limerick : Once a Nanny looked for a Manny/Mannie

Once a Nanny looked for a Manny
And found the father of her Kiddie
Poor Cuckold gave assent
With his Girlie’s consent
Now all five live in One Bliss House free.

© TWignesan – Paris, 2013

Poem Details | by Terry O'Leary |
Categories: funny,

There Once Was a Nun

There once was a Nun and a Druid

Exchanging some bodily fluid,

          When along strode the Father

          Who heard all the bother,

Lost stickum while coming unglu..ed.

Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor, marriage, wedding,

Enough Already

It was the sixth wedding for daughter Judy
who was quite plain and hardly a beauty.
Time came to give away the bride
whereupon her Father replied
"five times I've tried--I've done my duty."

Poem Details | by Martin Kloess |
Categories: car, daughter, father, funny, humor, student,

People Help Survivors After Storm Drives Through a Town

The people who were still alive
Helped other survivors revive
All this didn’t bother
An excellent father
Who just taught his daughter to drive

Poem Details | by Joe Flach |
Categories: funny

Pilot Dad

There once was a pilot from Alpine
Who became a father in month nine
Took her to the hangar
Where inside he did bang ‘er
But like his plane, didn’t pull out in time

Poem Details | by Milton Toran |
Categories: funny,

A Hole In My Noggin

Gazing at the rear of my head
Many follicles are long since dead
Father Time is always sure to win
These naps are lookin' awful thin
Shall I shave my dome instead?

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: confusion, wedding,

My Cousin's Wedding

The bride-to-be set the time and the date.
Now she is a whole hour and one half late
The wedding guests are curious.
The bride’s father is furious.
The wedding is now on overtime rate.

For contest "My Cousin's Wedding"

Poem Details | by John Smith |
Categories: wedding,

Abseil Bride

It's not her style to walk down the aisle 
Father and parson its sure to rile 
But all of the people 
down under the steeple 
will smile at her elegant abseil 

*Abseil - rappel down a rope

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: natural disasters,

Limerick: Once a Pregnant Teen Saw a Barrister

Limerick : Once a pregnant Teen saw a Barrister

Once a pregnant Teen saw a Barrister
Thought she recognised the future Father
So she set him a trap
He rushed into her lap
Now she’s stuck with Twins, says Solicitor.

© TWignesan – Paris,  2013

Poem Details | by Mike Dailey |
Categories: romance,

Little Jack Horner

Mother Goose had a mighty fine pie
And Jack Horner she couldn’t deny
When he stuck in his thumb
Mother Goose did succumb
So she left Father Goose bye and bye

Poem Details | by Gail Debole |
Categories: corruption, humor, humorous,

Flimflamming the Scam

February 29, 2016
Written by Gail DeBole 

A man born into a world of scams
Had a father adept at flim-flam.
He lived by what he was taught
Until the day he was caught
By police who out-flimflammed his scam.

Poem Details | by Sarban Bhattacharya |
Categories: father daughter,

A Silly Mistake

Jane's dad was a man of hauteur, 
He employed a guard for his daughter
But that bloke was her dream, 
She eloped with him, 
Her father didn't know this suitor!

Poem Details | by John Lawless |
Categories: baby, father, humorous,

Nose Woes

NOSE WOES - limerick

My nose told me it couldn’t get riper
as I opened and peeked in the diaper
one last gasping breath
succumbing to death
single shot from intestinal sniper

John GLawless

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: family, father,

Slap Stick It To Me

He’s sorry and wished it undone
But dad’s home—there’s no where to run  
The spanking's intense
Father never relents        
And imprints his hands on his son

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: jealousy,

Limerick: Once Our Senorita Watched Sea Anne-Anne - 13

Limerick : Once our Senorita watched  Sea Anne-Anne – 13

Once our Senorita watched Sea Anne-Anne
What got her was all that Royal Can-Can :
« Little Rascal » - « Car Seat »
« New Father » - « New Hope » feat
So she changed sex to lure She-Anne-Anne !

© TWignesan – Paris, 2013

Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: father, life

Was the Shroud Used As a Napkin At the Last Supper

Had a glass of wine to blend with the crowd
things got out of control, a bit loud

kept thinking Jesus sipped 
probably didn't get so lit

I bet thats how they stained the shroud ! ?

3rd person of coarse/no disrespect/lol

Poem Details | by Ugwu Cornelius Chidera |
Categories: humor

There Once Was a Young Man Named Mather

There once was a 
young man named 
who wished to be 
Catholic Father.
The young man got 
as priest do not 
He went home to 
marry at Nather.

Poem Details | by Jacob Timme |
Categories: funny, father, father,

The Babies Poo

There was a baby, brand new,
But the father was scared of his poo,
So the father departed,
The mother then started
To clean up the brown baby goo!