Limerick Poems About Kitten | Kitten Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: funny

Raccoon's Baby Sittin' Service




MrsCat, I'm bringing back your kitten
I'm completely done with baby sittin'
She cried all day
Not worth the pay
And , so sorry, we couldn't find her mitten



For the "Tell Me About It " contest

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Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: childhood

Bye bye, Baby

As this poem was being written,
A small boy appeared to be smitten.
He loved his baby brother,
But then he asked his mother,
‘Please can we swap him for a kitten?’

Brotherly Love
Jack Horne
24th April 2011



Poem Details | by Paloma Walker |
Categories: children, funny

Kitten named Sue

There once was a kitten named Sue.
She found one mitten, or two.
She chewed all day long.
'Till all of it was gone.
Now she has nothing to do.


Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: children

Lazy and Late

There is a young kitten from Prague
Who sleeps every day like a log.
To meals he's so late
His brothers won't wait,
And now he must eat with the hog.




For Deborah's limerick contest


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: celebrity,

A Sex Kitten



Will we ever see the likes of Norma Jean That Hollywood bombshell that hit the scene A real sex kitten All us guys smitten Won't be another like this yummy sex machine



Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: cat, silly, snow,

Freezing Kitten

As I was walking in the snow,
A freezing kitten me-owed on my toe;
  I bent down to kiss her,
  But I must've missed her---
'Cuz her fur tasted just like mistletoe.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: pets,

The Purr Of A Kitten



Nothing's more endearing than the purr of a kitten And l'm sure they know we're instantly smitten Sly devils these guys are Could probably drive a car Stay helpless, know they'll be fed some chicken


Poem Details | by A. P. |
Categories: cat, happy, poems, poetry, poets,

The Lovecats

A calico kitten ran by,
Alert and rather spry.
Home she went,
Now she’s spent.
From running into my room just to lie.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: allusion,

A Sex Kitten



Will we ever see the likes of Norma Jean That Hollywood bombshell that hit the screen A real sex kitten Us guys were smitten Will there ever be another like this sex machine