Limerick Poems About Food | Food Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Jesse Rowe |
Categories: bird, food, funny,


They said how she ate was absurd;
A "Fatso", they called her she heard,
And ever since then
That poor, baby wren
Just pecked at her food like a bird.

Contest: Any Animal or Creature Limerick

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Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: food,

Mac and Mac

To the diner Mac went for a meal
Where he ordered two helpings of veal.
All he had was one dime
Could not pay! What a crime!
Washing-up was the fairest MacDeal

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Limerick Contest
Sponsor: Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
Placed 4th

© 2nd June 2017

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: food, humorous,

Diet Dilemma

I’m trying a new ‘see food’ diet I’d recommend that you all try it Any food will do Nothing’s bad for you.. It's no wonder my trousers don’t fit! Written 18th February Posted on 23rd February

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: celebration, food, thanksgiving, thanksgiving day,

Turkey's Dont Enjoy Thanksgiving

Today it is Thanksgiving Day For all dead turkey’s I do pray That you had a good life Now you’re carved with a knife Served on a plate as the entrée Have a great Thanksgiving folks! 26th November 2015

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: food,


He phoned the village bakery
And ordered a delivery
Loads and loads of tasty pies
Ate them all but at a price
He spent the night in misery.

Contest:  Plentitude of Pies
Sponsor: Sheri Fresonke Harper

Poem Details | by Hannah Everett |
Categories: art, dog, food, sister,

Not a Noodle, a Poodle

My sister likes to doodle
I thought she drew a noodle
She gave me a glare
And tugged at my hair
And told me t'was a poodle.

Poem Details | by John Smith |
Categories: food,


Block of Neapolitan Ice Cream; 
to my diet, a scream in a dream 
Chocolate, strawberry
and vanilla; very 
delicious Then I bust out a seam.

Poem Details | by Cheryl Hoffman |
Categories: childhood, food, humor,

My Childhood Cereal

Waking up for school was hard enough,
still half asleep not ready for the bus,
breakfast on the dot,
snap, crackle and pop,
noisy Rice Krispy's helping us wake up.


Poem Details | by Cheryl Hoffman |
Categories: food, technology, time,

Fast Food Kitchen

When at home its often fast food I crave,
might even be leftovers that I saved,
always in a race,
open and shut case,
thank God for my nuke everything microwave!


Poem Details | by John Watt |
Categories: boy, food, mother, mother son, teenage,

O Teenage Metabolism, Where Art Thou

When I was a teen, I would munch
My way through the whole Sunday brunch.
I'd destroy that buffet,
Then as we walked away,
I would ask my poor mother, "When's lunch?"

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: food, humorous, insect,

Buzz Off - Bawdy Limerick

At picnics Sue's legs are akimbo No panties, but Sue ain't no bimbo It keeps pesky flies Landing on our pies Our days out are never in limbo! Your best New Limerick Contest Sponsored by Tania Kitchin 02/03/20

Poem Details | by Pat Adams |
Categories: baseball, food, humor, imagery, word play,

Hotdogs On the Run

With Baseball hotdogs on the run
Caught up in, excitement and fun
Watch where you go
Before you know
You might slip and fall on your bun!

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: farm, food,

Farmer Mcgillicuddy

Poor old Farmer McGillicuddy
He’s somewhat of a fuddy-duddy
   He plows with an ox
   All progress he blocks
No wonder his corn tastes so cruddy

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: food,

One More 2020 Tragedy

Jan's cucumber* got quite a spin
From a lady who did not like men
It worked like a charm
And caused her no harm
But got dumped in the rubbish bin


Poem Details | by Michael Wise |
Categories: family, food, horse, humorous,

My Sweet Aunt Mabel

There is my sweet Aunt Mabel
sitting across the table
ever since her divorce
she eats like a horse
so we put her up in a stable

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: food, humorous,

Queuing For His Cucumbers - Bawdy

Bill’s cucumbers grew long and hard Nuns queued up for them in his yard ‘Twas their weekly treat… They were not to eat I’ll finish here… or I’ll get barred! 08/12/20

Poem Details | by Wren Rushing |
Categories: animal, food, humor,

Shark In the Soup

In my soup I could have sworn I saw a shark.
Swimming in roux that was rather dark.
But to my relief,
the fin a bay leaf.
Now I wear glasses before each meal I start.


Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: age, clothes, food, memory,

Going Dotty

My elderly auntie named Dot her memory’s going to pot For she served me raw food and was totally nude A dinner I’ve never forgot 7/27/18

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

Food To Feed Separate From Weed

Food To Feed Separate from Weed

Morning Has Broken and so has each seed; 
Become food to feed  separate from weed,
They found,
On ground,
Which was required that they surely need.

My main goal is to motivate others
to write poetry..

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: food,

August Departure

I could not see anything wrong
With getting a tan in a thong
But it made Jan ruffle
when it failed to muffle
Spicy chili con carne pong

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: dream, food, fun, funny, humorous, silly, sweet,

Banana Split

Split my banana and stuff it with cream
top with tantalizing treats to extreme
	nuts and silky sweetened balls
	gooey toppings form seawalls
nothing left out of a lover's wet dream

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: food,

dough's dire existence

It's not a dessert-worthy treat
But something disgusting to eat
If not rightly mixed
Pin-rolled and affixed
Your pie crust will taste like concrete

Poem Details | by Ken Duddle |
Categories: food, funny,

No Farting Allowed

There was a man named Fred Who liked eating baked beans in bed One day when he farted He and his wife parted 'Well it's quicker than divorce' Said Fred.

Poem Details | by William Robinson |
Categories: food, children, funny, sea, sea,

Pasta, Pasta, Everywhere

Oh, vermicelli, rigatoni!
Lost on a sea of minestrone
The sea beneath my feet,
And nothing else to eat,                     
I live on cheese and macaroni.

Poem Details | by Kim Merryman |
Categories: food, funny,

I Love Ice Cream

Ice cream is a delicious delight,
I eat it most every night.
That's probably why,
My weight is so high,
But I won't stop eating one bite.