Limerick Poems About School | School Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: car, for her, humorous,

Speedy Gonzalez - For Andrea

Andrea was late - drove at the speed of light Traffic cops chased her - she got such a fright The cop got out his book Gave her a stern look She’s off to traffic school so she now gets it right Posted with full permission of Andrea (speedy) Dietrich 2nd April 2015

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Poem Details | by Cheryl Hoffman |
Categories: childhood, food, humor,

My Childhood Cereal

Waking up for school was hard enough,
still half asleep not ready for the bus,
breakfast on the dot,
snap, crackle and pop,
noisy Rice Krispy's helping us wake up.


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: humor,

Making the Grade

A student without Double-Ds
Was always quite eager to please
Though lacking a bust
She was filled with lust
And boys knew she was The B's Knees

 Why are bra sizes the opposite
of school grades? 

Poem Details | by Chris Matt |
Categories: school, sports

High School Football-Favorite Sport

Under the lights on Friday night.
High school football starting to ignite.
Merciless to everyone.
This is war, not for fun.
Winning state is a beautiful sight.

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: abuse, bullying, funny, giggle, high school, humor, humorous,

Replacement Teacher

there was a teacher from crete

whose foot size was quite petite

well students did plot

and to school they brought

some shoes for oversized feet.

Poem Details | by Bartholomew Williams |
Categories: books, education, funny, humorous, life, relationship, school,

Learning - a Good Investment

A lazy student known as Burt, 
To parents and teachers was curt.
        With little knowledge,
        Flunked out of college;
Played stock market and lost his shirt!


Poem Details | by Merwin Rylaarsdam |
Categories: school, weather,

School Closing

It’s true!  I heard it myself! 
No academic learning tomorrow! 
The roads are too icy, 
and travel is dicey
try to contain all your sorrow.

Poem Details | by Cecil Hickman |
Categories: introspection, life, satire, school, social

Virgo Man)

I am a Virgo, on cusp of Libra.
My heart and mind stays in a penumbra.
My first words were these, so told.
“Me do it me self”, so bold.
I was strange in school, I loved algebra


Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous, school, teenage, work,

All In a Day's Work

Sometimes my work is the pits - Teenagers popping their zits With consummate art They burp and they fart … I still love my job to bits! 17th November 2015

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: funny, humorous, parody, school,

Alma Mater Ii

Accepted to medical school
Too old but in the entrance pool
Where is the back door? 
There's my dorm with a drawer 
Since I’m a cadaver quite cool

Poem Details | by James Study |
Categories: humorous, sports,

A Basketball Tale

Basketball tip off at grade school game
My biggest lifetime shot at fame
Got the ball and took off
Heard the yells from aloft
Wrong way I went but good my aim

Poem Details | by Joshua Lacey |
Categories: life


Going to school is so much fun
But can't wait until homework is done!
For every class hope for an "A"
And on the honor roll:  Hip-hip-hooray!
In the game of life I can say I've won!

Poem Details | by Faleshia Murphy |
Categories: funny

Going To School

My little one is going to school
The joy on his face and mine is so cool
His first day is monday
I hope he will be okay
While I'm at home acting a fool

Poem Details | by Gen Cacho |
Categories: beauty, girl,

Artificial Beauty

i have this friend back in high school
she was known to be one of the most beautiful
people didn't notice it's just her make-up
and when a sudden rain came and wash her face up
poor creature, she was laughed by all

Poem Details | by James Tate |
Categories: funny,

Laughter In School

When laughter was heard in the hall,
The principle thought it was gall.
When down fell his britches,
The class burst in stitches.
The principle burst through the wall.

Refer to Twain's statement: The human race has but one really affective weapon, and that is laughter.

Poem Details | by Drjim Martin |
Categories: humorous,

The Hookie, Cookie, Rookie

The Hooky, Cookie, Rookie
DrJames EMartin
©January, 2014

They say his nick-name is “Cookie.”
From school he’d often play hooky.
He was no fool,
Was actually quite cool,
It is evident he was no rookie.

Poem Details | by Rhea Daniel Dear |
Categories: school,

My, My, What the Sickens

The story of school starting is here
It began with a bell and a cheer
Bob brought a talking chicken
My, my, what the sickens
Harridan Teacher silenced them with fear

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: satire, school,

How Young People Can Get Ahead

School work leads to thrilling careers
Say hooray hip hip--give three cheers!
A student's new skill
Brings success just until
The bill for the loan's in arrears!

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: crazy, education, fun, society,

Gun Control

Gun Control

There once was a boy called Bum

Who shaped his finger in school like a gun

They told him he failed

Threw him in jail

His education is over and done

Poem Details | by Nitesh Aggarwal |
Categories: childhood, education, funny, teen,

Job Interview

There once was a boy, named Abdul;
Went to get a job, fresh out of school
All dressed up like July,
With a bow and a tie;
But left his fly open, what a fool!

Poem Details | by Faleshia Murphy |
Categories: funnyhome, home,

School's Out

Well here we are the last day of school
Let's hit the beach the park and even the pool
The kids are home for the summer
As I start to think I begin to wonder
They going to be home with me hey that's not cool

Poem Details | by Audrey Haick |
Categories: nature

A Lonely Owl

Once long ago on a school visit to the zoo
My little one had just begun elementary school
High up on a tree branch sat a lonely owl
With his huge eyes shut, he could pass for any old fowl
Suddenly, he opened them and questioned, “Who? Who?”

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: sensual,

Limerick: Once a School-Girl Who Didn'T Like Babies

Once a School-girl who didn’t like babies

Once a School-girl who didn’t like babies
Thought it’d be better than having scabies
So she engaged a Boor
To bore through the stuck door:
That’s how she got both babies and scabies.

© TWignesan – Paris, 2013

Poem Details | by William Robinson |
Categories: children, funny, people,

Gone Fishing

There's a fellow named Robert O'Toole.
He's the principal down at the school.
He cut classes today,
So the gossips all say.
Went fishing for bass in the car pool.

Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor,


A school teacher named Miss Shaw
Though well-endowed wore no bra.
Things slipped and jiggled
Bounced and wiggled 
Pupils are still awed by what they saw.