Limerick Poems About Peacock | Peacock Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by George Aul |
Categories: life,

Color Blind

I look in the mirror to see I'm white
I think that it is such a pretty sight,
I stand proud as a peacock
then see we don't have a lock...
All of the world's colors gives it its might!

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Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: art, sports,

Sports and Art Jock

There once was a college sports jock,
Whose exterior was as hard as a rock.
   But inside beat the heart
   Of a connoisseur of fine art,
Whose colors he wore like a peacock.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: animal, funny,

Raw Ten Luck

A peacock in old Shangri-La
Found his wherewithal did not thaw
He went by the book
So his feathers shook
But aroused his mother-in-law

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: political,

Beating Around the Bush

George Bush went up top for a walk
You should have heard Donald Trump squawk!
"It MUST be a crime!
The limelight is mine!"
(The peafowl was once a peacock)

Poem Details | by Daisy Ward |
Categories: humor,

The Scene

He tried to put on a scene
Because the wig he wore was lime green
He sashayed about
Like a boastful peacock
He's now a high paid drag queen

Poem Details | by Rama Balasubramanian |
Categories: 10th grade,


Stole money and necklace brought
With mom feverently fought
How you got the money
I didn't give honey
I was at that moment caught
A peacock spread its feather
Thought to see all would gather
All were busy that day 
Ashamed it went away 
Its big ego did shatter