Limerick Poems About Lark | Lark Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Michael Wise |
Categories: boat, humorous, ocean,

The Lark In The Dark

Sammy went out on a lark
sailing his boat in the dark
and while he got drunk
his little boat sunk
so his hangover went to the shark

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Poem Details | by Quentin Ehlinger |
Categories: tribute,

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc would never bark
A command out on a lark
But would save the day
In a saintly way
Forever leaving her mark



Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

I'm A Bit Of A Crook



In spite of my charms and amazing good looks Must be honest, I'm also a bit of a crook I'll steal ladies' hearts Just for a lark Then run away chuckling at the liberties I took © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: funny,

Jack Is Back

After dark he has that spark,
He writes limericks for a lark,
Your chin will get sore 
From the laughter he draw,
Be careful, it's getting quite dark.


Poem Details | by Seren Roberts |
Categories: funny,

old man of york

There was an old man of York
That loved to play in the park
He got caught on the slide
With a bare backside
Cos his brother pinched  his belt for a lark



Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: humor, , cute,

Limerick: Once a cute Little Lark laughed for a lark

Limerick : Once a cute Little Lark laughed for a lark

Once a cute Little Lark laughed for a lark
And woke up the Bush Watchman in the dark
Man barked : « What’s so funny ? »
Lark chirped : « Look at Bunny ! »
Bush felt snails oozing up Bunny’s bark.

© TWignesan – Paris, 2013


Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: fantasy, love, passion

THE WORD LOVE WOVEN ON THE HEART

I'd rather have the wings of a lark,
sing the word love woven on the heart;
feel a lover's sweetness
by kissing eager lips..
to ignite true passion from a spark!


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: health, word play,

Up In Smoke

The wife was just lying their stark
As a young lad puffed on a Lark
Without his pants
It took one glance
To see that her Kent was no Clark!


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: happiness,

One Day Did Look Horn Limerick

One Day Did Look Horn Limerick

One day did look out into the dark;
Ray of hope had seen a small spark;
The closer I approached bigger it got;
Answer was there that I now sought;
Listen for peaceful song of a lovely lark.

Just wrote all of my latest limericks
this very morning.


Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: anxiety, beauty, dog, nature, poets,

Walks In The Park

There was an old poet named Mark
Who loved to steal walks in the park.
One day he was frightened,
A big dog did bite him.
He does nothing more on a lark.


Poem Details | by lim'rik flats |
Categories: nonsense,

huntin seeson four

albert went after aardvark
annie went out on a lark
albert tripped
annie slipped
on albert a ring in the dark


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

Small Spark Deep In Dark

Small Spark Deep In Dark

Remember when we saw small spark,
Of hope we  discovered deep in dark;
Death and dying,
Supplying crying;
Had heard songs of love  from a lark.

James Horn

Not sure if people like my humorous,
philosophical or my emotional poems
the best.


Poem Details | by Lindsay Laurie |
Categories: humor,

How to Die Young

A survey discovered something quite dark,
for men who think just a joke or a lark
when they cite extra weight, 
a woman seals their fate,
and lives longer than who made the remark.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: heartbreak,

I'm A Bit Of A Crook



In spite of my charms and amazing good looks Must be honest, I'm also a bit of a crook I'll steal ladies' hearts Just for a lark Then run away chuckling at the liberties I took


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: beauty, giggle, girl, silly,

She Teases Farm Boys

Happy as a lark, they call her Lily
She teases farm boys, acting so silly
  Tells the corniest jokes
  The kind told by old folks
Lily's a pretty Hee-Haw Hillbilly





Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: bird, funny, giggle, humor, humorous, nature, tree,

Tree Hugger

Once a tree hugger from Warren
Awakened from too much snor'n.
Setting out on a lark
To the nearest state park,
He sent all the birds a'soar'n.


Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: humorous,

When Fudd Went to Mud


Elmer Fudd chose one day on a lark

to go looking through mudIn the dark,

he got swept to the sea.

Most unfortunately,

he found naught but the bite of a shark!


April 4, 2020 for Mudlark Contest


Poem Details | by Shirley Hawkins |
Categories: 10th grade,

Wrong Sound

This dog was afraid of the dark
Especially as he did not bark
He was not mute
He was lovable and cute
He yodelled, this is no lark


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

Route 66ish No 15

Route 66ish No 15

While taking a walk in New Haven
This guy who was rough and unshaven
Ran nude through the park
For a bit of a lark
Then got pecked on the butt by a raven!!


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: dog,

Tuck Tail

Maureen took her dog to the park
Where they were attacked by a lark
Maureen said, "Hey, Hark!
Why didn't you bark?"
But Hark was afraid of the dark!


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

Loon Who Would Love a Lark

Loon Who Would Love a Lark

When Trump sang we had to hark;
Raving mad who seemed so stark;
Angels said,
He wet bed;
Loony as a loon that loved a lark.

Jim Horn


Poem Details | by Jeff Kyser |
Categories: humorous,

Florida Man 5

A Florida man went to the park, did martial arts there after dark. His wax more off than on, he karate-kicked swans and yelled at the cranes on a lark.
---------- Actual headline: "Florida Man Arrested in Local Park for 'Practicing Karate' on Swans"


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

A Grave Marked By Flint

A Grave Marked By Flint

We wonder if it was really meant,
To be on top of grave and a Flint,
We saw lark;
A grave mark,
Or what we may need is another hint.

Jim Horn


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

Hear Lark To Park Did Embark

Hear Lark To Park Did Embark

We wanted to start  hearing a lark,
Who always liked to sing in a park,
Hear singing;
Beauty bringing;
This is where we wanted to embark.

Jim Horn


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

Loon Who Would Love a Lark

Loon Who Would Love a Lark

When Trump sang we had to hark;
Raving mad who seemed so stark;
Angels said,
He wet bed;
Loony as a loon that loved a lark.

Jim Horn