Limerick Poems About Insect | Insect Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: body, humorous, insect,

OUCH

A nudist whose first name was Billy Got stung by a bee on his willy It swelled to a great size One he couldn’t disguise So he hid by a meadow lily 03~08~17

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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 Geoffrey Brewer |
Categories: humor, insect,

Veto the Mosquito WBM

When God made the beasts, in days of old
It seems He lacked quality control
That surely would veto 
The cursed mosquito
And preclude all that itching untold


Poem Details | by Quintin Reda |
Categories: 12th grade,

Speedy Frog

Lunch as an insect in the fog
Flying in a swamp by a log
For a starving toad
Though surely he's slowed
To a speedy tongue of a frog


Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor, insect,

Hived

There was a beekeeper named Jives
Who found a rash on his thighs.
The doctor said be at peace,
Nothing to fear in the least.
You simply have too many hives.



































Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: angst,

Take a Hike

Don’t forget the insect repellent

Mosquitoes can cause such discontent

     These bugs make me itch

     Watch me swat and twitch

The cost of “Off” is money well spent




Written April 3, 2014


Poem Details | by Benya Anivat |
Categories: insect,

Annoyed

There's a word that is called "mosquito"
When I here it, it's pretty annoying
I think of insects
buzzing round me
and sucking all my blood!

I just won't let this happen
I wouldn't want to itch
could we be friends
and make a deal
and leave each other ALONE!


Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: insect, drug,

Bugged

In his fancy hotel room James found bed bugs
at first he thought he was on too many drugs.
But they were real, moving about
he wanted to leave, get right out.
But a maid came and swept 'em under the rugs.


Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: funny

Poor Fly

There once was a pesky fly He kept buzzing 'round my eye I gave him a whack He fell on his back Smack in my blueberry pie!
For the Insect contest..


Poem Details | by lim'rik flats |
Categories: humor, insect,

Antacid

Ellworth Ant thought marching was fun
With his good buddies, one by one
Tail next to nose
Never in rows
But some days the odor would stun

Ellworth Ant wished he could compete
to lead the assembled antfeet
Ellworth surmised
(Being trail-wise)
That, not viewing antass'd be sweet


Poem Details | by ankala subbarao |
Categories: care, death, extended metaphor, insect,

THE MALARIAL SPOROZOITE

My mom and dad met in the gut of an insect!  	
As a kid, I was packed in a sac not so perfect;	
When I am mature,	
I make myself sure	
To infect a human when the insect does inject	


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: animal, conflict, insect,

Flower Shower

A tiny bug landed on Dumbo's nose
Eyed him warily, then stuck in a rose
   Dumbo brushed it away
   The bug wanted to stay
Dumbo loaded bug spray into 'his hose'


Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: anxiety, insect,

Itchin' To Be His Friends

Skids McDaw demanded to have a beard
a desire that some thought weird.
It was ugly, scary
and made people wary
of creatures it hid that they feared.


Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: insect,

Stung

There was a beekeeper named Floyd
who had thousands of bees deployed.
He neglected their hives
a threat to their lives.
Soon thereafter Floyd became void.


Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: funny, humor, insect, nature, red,

Mosquitoes WBM

We are all very hungry so let’s eat.
Ready for some fresh red meat.
           I did not know you would go so low.
           You are after my big toe.
We are all very hungry so let’s meet
 8/4/2019


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: insect,

Mosquitoes



Those dirty little mosquitoes cause many a virus Malaria, west nile, yellow fever and elephantiasis Don't mean to make light At the last one, I looked twice Parts of my body could benefit from enlarging twice


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: anxiety, depression, insect, international, peace, prayer, religion,

Nun of the Above Supplication

I do not like how bed bugs prey
They feast upon us night and day
Praise God be kind
Grant peace of mind
And blow those blood-suckers away!


Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: flying, food, insect, work,

BUMBLEBEE BUMBLEBEE



rumble bumblebee in flight
little ball of dynamite
winged pollen hoarder 
with your sweet nectar
honey soothes my appetite



AP: Honorable Mention 2020

Posted on October 27, 2018


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: culture, dance, emotions, environment, insect, teenage, travel,

The Beehive State

A young girl with ants in her pants
Was doing a strange kind of dance
We yelled, "Take 'em off!"
She snarled back a scoff:
"Its Utah! That's nowhere near France!!


Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: anxiety, conflict, fishing, insect,

FISHERMAN and Worm Gon Fishin

FISHERMAN & Worm  Gon Fishin

A Fisherman comes 
Reached on the ground
Picks up Itchy-Bitzy worm
That's texting on his phone
Open mouth Catfish sayin yummy
Go on Fisherman drop him

10/6/18 


Written words by James Edward Lee Sr.2018©


Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: humorous, insect, word play,

That's Why They Say That

The bee keeper saw a queen bee on a boulder
He said, "How pretty!", and put it on his shoulder
That's why today
They always say,
"Beauty is in the eye of the bee holder!"


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: insect, nonsense, silly,

It came out of his nose

There once was a bee with a stinger
Who spread honey as far's he could sling her
   He sucked on a rose
   It came out of his nose
And stuck fast to the queen's middle finger


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: betrayal, character, culture, dog, insect, political, usa,

Star Struck

Donald Trump is an old Plutocrat
Living high on the hog like a gnat
But Disney was first
To notify Hearst
That Pluto's a dog, not a rat!


Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: humorous, insect, word play,

What Wood Eye Bee

A wood bee only eats wood and it's free
If I said, "That would be the life for me!"
Would I be poetic 
Or just pathetic
Or would a would be, wood bee, be what I'd be?


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: god, insect, life,

Life IS Hell

I suppose God already knows
Fire Ants are all over my toes
With gnats in my eyes
Relieved by May Flies
Mosquitoes evade all my blows