Limerick Poems About Octopus | Octopus Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: anger,

HANDS OFF

He had hands just like an octopus Made me want to scream out loud and cus I fixed him a deep stare Made him very aware Touch my boobies - I’ll make a huge fuss 15th November 2014

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Poem Details | by Sean Kelly |
Categories: funny

The Mermaids Ball .

The  mermaids  ball  music  still  lingers

Swordfish  Fred  and his shoal  of  sweet singers

Had  a  whale  of  a  time

On  the octopus  slime

Caressed  by  their  salty  fish-fingers





Poem Details | by Andrew Holt |
Categories: cheer up, fun, nonsense,

Octopus Limerick

A sailor one day, while out sailing
Thought he heard someone screaming and wailing
The source of the shout 
As he later found out
Was an octopus tied to the railing


Poem Details | by Charles Henderson |
Categories: funny

Atticus

There’s no one as funny as Atticus
To go fishing he wrote out a syllabus
He outlined his day
Made a magnificent play
Yet caught with his squid more octopus

©  Sep 27 2010      Charles Henderson
Placed 7th in Carolyn Devenshire's "Sea Tale Limerick" contest


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

Arms Like An Octopus



In spite of his charm and stunning good looks Been accused by the fuzz of being a crook Stole the hearts of young girlies With his humour quite earthy He had more arms than an ruddy octopus © Jack Ellison 2015



Poem Details | by Thomas Kurdyla |
Categories: funny

LUSTY LOUISE


The lusty octopus Louise
Loved giving young sailors the squeeze

With her tentacles great
She could satisfy eight

Leaving all hands on deck with large hickeys


Poem Details | by RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY |
Categories: fun,

I married a girl

I married a girl but in fact she was an octopus
Between a hundred leaps and skips she caught hold of a bus
She thrashed the first man she found
Squeezed the second on the ground
And began the head count with the integral calculus.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: silly,

This Silly Old Schnook



As well as my charm and amazing good looks You'd think I had tentacles like an oversexed octopus My looks tend to make Young girlies double take And fight for a piece of this silly old schnook © Jack Ellison 2015
Dreaming?


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: passion,

Arms Like An Octopus



In spite of his charm and stunning good looks Been accused by the fuzz of being a crook Stole the hearts of young girlies With his humour quite earthy He possessed more arms than an octopus


Poem Details | by cheryl hoffman |
Categories: animal, humor, writing,

A Different Collaboration

His prickly quills were more than a few,
her black ink was seldom used,
octopus in sink,
porcupine got ink,
their writing poems making headline news.






11-5-16


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: funny,

Slapping Eight People At Once



If I was an octopus I could slap eight people at once Whatta creative mind I have, just realized it last month Might partly be my diet More people should try it Might lose friends but think of how peaceful you'd become


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: culture, feelings, love, lust, relationship, romance, sports,

All Hands

A seaman  called, "Octopus" Dennis
Was known to the girls  as a menace
A sign from Above
Predicted "True Love"
"But you gotta go out and play tennis!"


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: political, travel,

Pothole State Park

Honolulu's Pothole State Park
Is a scary place after dark
With potholes so deep
Anything could creep
From octopus to Great White Shark! 


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

Love Octopus Style



Imagine having eight arms and three hearts Like an octopus, don't know where to start We learn a new skill First time, what a thrill Making love with eight arms and three hearts


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: allusion,

Octobunch



If I was an octopus, I could tickle eight people at once Or kiss a female octopus twice, that's sixteen, what fun Thought I'd reveal these oddities However, I offer no apologies Are we sure the plural is octopii or maybe octobunch


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: silly,

This Silly Old Schnook



As well as my charm and amazing good looks You'd think I had tentacles like an oversexed octopus My looks tend to make Young girlies double take And fight for a piece of this silly old schnook


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

Octoconcubines



Here's what momma octopus says to her kiddies “If I've told you once, I've told you eight million times” But they still don't hear They're all arms, no ears Can't all be Einsteins, some need to be octoconcubines