Limerick Poems About Jay | Jay Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by shane solomon |
Categories: music

Sittin on a Parkbench waitin for Jethro Tull or Jay-Z

I love a good rhythimic beat
I can imitate a drum with the pounding of my feet
Whether it's rock & roll or rap
A stadium amp or a backwards cap
Any type of music makes me get out of my seat

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Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: tribute,

Fallon's Lip-Sync Battles



The Tonight show is once more a big hit Since Johnny and Jay left, we worried quite a bit But Jimmy came in time With his lip-syncs sublime As they prance around, the hilarity won't quit © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: humorous,

Limerick: Once a Pathan paid for a brandy

Limerick : Once a Pathan paid for a brandy

Once a Pathan paid for a brandy
While in the company of (a) Dandy
Dandy was all so gay
He squealed like a blue jay
While Pathan jumped up on his bounty.

© TWignesan – Paris,  2013


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: farm, lust, wife, work,

A life of milk, a wife of honey

There once was a dairy farmer named Jay
Who worked real hard amidst cow stench all day
   He announced to his wife
   "My work's no kind of life
Hey, Honey, how 'bout a roll in the hay?"



Poem Details | by terri stiles |
Categories: animal, silly, summer,

The Bird Feeder

A birdfeeder hangs on the oak tree.
The sparrows all come there to eat free.
One day a Blue Jay,
Chased them all away.
The Hawk said “Hooray” dinner for me!


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: celebration,

Vlady Jr



The baseball season is a month away The Jays will be a factor if Vlady has his way Personality plus This year you can trust He will shake things up like no other Jay


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: child, silence,

Name That Poster

Since Jay decided to be a poster child
He’s reined in his tendency to go wild
   He’s quiet as a mouse
   Dead silence in the house
To laryngitis for aye reconciled


Poem Details | by Tim Riding |
Categories: bird, funny,

Wildlife 30

Wildlife 30

A jay who was quite cavalier,
Was afraid people thought he was queer,
Other birds would just gloat,
At his colourful coat,
And the way that he waggled his rear!