Limerick Poems About Ostrich | Ostrich Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: humor,

An Ostracized Ostrich

A Limerick About An Ostracized Ostrich Written: by Tom Wright 7/22/2006 An ostrich, which was Sue so dubbed Thought surely she had been snubbed Though given wings, a pair They wouldn’t lift her to air Leaving her to think somebody flubbed

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Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: animal,

Tutu For the Rhino Please

Rotund rhinoceros, short chubby legs
Gingerly walks between old ostrich eggs
She is full of sass
As she makes a pass
Please get me a rainbow tutu, she begs.

Poem Details | by Brita Roy |
Categories: funny, hilarious, humor,

A Man From Australia

There was a man from Australia,
Who in life was an utter failure,                                                                         So he married an Aust-rich,(Ostrich),
To get rid of his glitch,
Then he became a billionaire.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: humor, humorous,

Hair Is For Losers

Hair is for losers I said mighty loud.
I said it big and I said it proud!
My husband grinned
Hair on his chin
Bald as ostrich egg seen in a crowd.

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: pain,

Whopper Eggs

Ostrich eggs are 6 by 5 inches weighing 3 pounds Imagine coming out, screaming is heard all over town Equal to 2 dozen chicken eggs So the question it begs Are they waiting for death to get rid of their frowns