Limerick Poems About Shrimp | Shrimp Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Gary Smith |
Categories: funny, rude,

Unhappy Tommy Macguigan

Unhappy Tommy Macguigan

He wasn't blessed with a big'un

'Twas rather a shrimp

And usually limp,

Poor little thing, best kept hidden.

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Poem Details | by David Fisher |
Categories: food, humorous,

Blimp's Diet

There’s a plump man they call The Blimp
Who recently started to limp
Though each day without fail
He’d eat a whole whale
So I proposed that he switch to shrimp

Poem Details | by Romeo Naces |
Categories: nostalgia, people, places, seasons,

Chilled Chaser

back then, younger summer evenings,

                we ate crabs, oysters, shrimp fillings

                    chased and downed, my dear,

                              with Mexican beer,

                  shortcomings, but no misgivings !

Poem Details | by Gail Debole |
Categories: animal, bird, nature,

The Flamingos Flamencoed

Written by Gail DeBole
January 20, 2020

A flock of Flamingos so pink
Had feathers that made people blink.
They group-danced with heads high
In a Flamenco style.
Ate shrimp, algae, and water to drink.

Author's Note: The type of food affects the color of the feathers.

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: food,

The Specialty Chef

The specialty chef he sure kindles knives. He flips all the shrimp and shreds the chives. The blaze from the heat cuts all from their seats. The customers split as he s-pares their lives. 1/3/2019 Joseph May’s Limerick Contest

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humor,

An Australian Pug

An Australian pug so loves prawn
she could munch it from evening ‘till dawn
It’s called shrimp, silly Aussie
yaps a Yank borzoi quite bossy
But being good mates, their anger’s long gone