Limerick Poems About Porcupine | Porcupine Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Theresa Cw |
Categories: drink, fun,

Drinking and Playing

Drinking and Playing

Drinking and drinking Irish whiskey and red wine
They all thought they saw a spotted giraffe recline
Statistics say play
Oh ya, come what may
then they started playing with a fat porcupine.

Written: 4/14/15
Theresa Marie

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Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: animal, humorous, lust, relationship,

Oversexed Hedgehog

There once was an oversexed hedgehog
Who had eyes for an exuberant frog ~
   They had themselves a good yuk
   But then got stuck, just their luck ~
Green porcupine baby's home’s in a bog

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.


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: animal, giggle,

Leaping Limericks

Four lines -- seven, eight, nine:*
 kaleidoscopic kangaroo
 leaping 'cross lagoons of blue
    splashed peripatetic porcupine
    who shot a quill at her behind

*The next 4 lines have 7, 8, or 9 syllables...