Limerick Poems About Snake | Snake Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Robert A. Dufresne |
Categories: funny

Privy Call

So here's a who's who is the Zoo,
Sue the snake petter, that's who,
She was hugged by the Boa Constrictor,
Who could eat her but only licked her,
And scared it out of her in the loo.



For Linda-Marie's Zany Zoo contest.




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Poem Details | by Ken Duddle |
Categories: funny, mythology, satire,

The Snake

There once was a couple, called Adam and Eve Who a little joke they did conceive They told all, that as they walked They met a snake that talked But the plan backfired when it was believed.



Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: animalsmusic, music,

The Trouser Snake

There once was a king cobra called Lance,
Who heard music and went in a trance.
People thought he was asleep,
As his thoughts were so deep.
Then he reared up and lunged for their pants.


Jack Horne for Dr Ram's Music and Meditation


Poem Details | by FABIYAS M V |
Categories: life,

Life in a Liquor Bottle

He dives into a liquor bottle, and
Zigzags like a snake on the sand.
A wife waits for her hero,
But who comes as a zero.
Obscenities ooze from his ‘stupor gland’.

(My limerick which was selected and  published in Selected Poems Anthology 2013 by  Pendle War Poetry, U K)



Poem Details | by Timothy Brumley |
Categories: funny

Snake Bit

There once was a banker from Britain

Who sat on a snake and was bitten

    But his assets were apprised

    To have quadrupled in size

While attending nurses were smitten!



                              Timothy IBrumley



Poem Details | by Renee Kelly |
Categories: faith, funny

Door-to-Door Snake Oil Salesmen

"Let's spread the word of the Lord!" they exclaimed
"Knocking on doors - surely none could be blamed!"
   It's simply a matter of time
   Up the walls we will climb
Our inevitable ire will thus be inflamed


Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: nature,

The Mongoose

There was a mongoose by a lake,
Who vowed, ‘No more cookies and cake.’
And he later confessed,
(If you haven’t all guessed):
‘…because it’s the year of the snake…’

For Gwendolen’s Limerick contest


Poem Details | by Lindsay Laurie |
Categories: humor,

Backyard Remedy

After booking for a consul-tation,
The doctor prescribed medi-cation,
But when I stood on a rake,
Then stepped back on a snake;
That’s what cured my consti-pation.


Poem Details | by Lindsay Laurie |
Categories: humor,

Discovery

For a week Jean was married to Jake,
Jean discovered that Jake was a snake,
At a shop now in town,
For sale a wedding gown,
With a note - worn once by mistake.


Poem Details | by Wayne Sapp |
Categories: funny

Surprise

The Bull Snake crawled into my shed
used an old Sparrow nest for his bed
through the door then came I
and we met eye to eye,
I must not repeat what I said!


Poem Details | by mike dailey |
Categories: religion,

Adam and Eve

There once was a man name Adam
With Eve whom he always called Madam
They encountered a snake
And made a mistake
The Devil smiled for he knew he had ‘em


Poem Details | by Margaret Foster |
Categories: animals

Unlucky Snake

Unlucky snake



A slippery fellow named mandrake

From the zoo made a swift prison break

But a redback named Crunch

Had him for lunch

Down here our spiders eat snake.






 AND,if you don’t believe me check out the photographs on my blog

Limerick contest May 8th 2010


Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humor,

A Novel Use For A Plumber's Snake

Pa hankered cheeses of every kind.

   Alas, it placed him in a painful bind!

      "For fast relief", said his wife,

         "Plumber's snakes should ease yer strife!"

            "No thanks!  I'll use Ex-Lax for my behind!"

Robert L Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired

         


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

One O'Clock Jump



Three, two, one, it's the one o'clock jump A brand new dance for you clumsy lumps Get up there and shake Twist around like a snake To show us you can still wiggle your rump © Jack Ellison 2015


Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: animals, children, funny, imagination, satire

Soloist

Meet Brad the snake, he lived in woodlands.
He loved to make music in rock bands.
Singing so strong and loud,
Hissing, wiggling so proud.
Now how did he hold mike, without hands.


Written for


Sponsor Deborah Guzzi 
Contest Name Limerick II The Amphilbrachinator!!! 


Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: funny,

Pet Friendless Pub

I took my pet to the local pub,
Bar-keep called me a flamin' grub,
You can't bring a snake in here
It'll put people off their beer,
He chased poor Horace with a club.


Poem Details | by Ray Gridley |
Categories: humor, scary,

Jimerick - Snake In The Grass

In the jungle, Jim saw two eyes peer
Now a snake on it's own, he'd not fear
That was Jim's big mistake
It was two one-eyed snakes
That sunk both their fangs in his rear.


Poem Details | by ezer agyin |
Categories: adventure, funny, hilarious,

Day 7 The neighbor's revenge

I wrote that poem 'the neighbors arrive' In boast of strength we barely have We slayed the black stinger Forgot about the creepy hisser Today we're homeless; a snake has arrive.


Poem Details | by lim'rik flats |
Categories: nonsense, political,

pol'tics two - can O worms

Politicians are skilled at squirms
which indubitably confirms
one cannot bake
a cake from snake
by opening a can of worms


Poem Details | by Ray Gridley |
Categories: dance, humor,

Gladys Goes Belly Dancing

Gladys offered her best belly dance
But the judges thought she'd have no chance
So she pouted her lips 
Then swayed her snake hips
Which sent them all into a trance.


Poem Details | by William Robinson |
Categories: animals, funny, on work and working, people,

YUMMY

Herpetologist Christopher Blake
Made a perfectly dreadful mistake:
Turned his back upon Wanda,
An immense anaconda,
And became a quick snack for the snake.


Poem Details | by Sidney Hall Mad Poet |
Categories: funny

Limerick Hazards

Why you look at me with a snake eyed stare
The limericks is to entice laughter, I swear
Don’t take it to heart 
You’ll be a miserable old fart 
Warning, eating food and limericks, beware.


Poem Details | by Jimmy Anderson |
Categories: animals, funny

What To Do!

There was an old cow who said, "Moo!"
She wanted to live in a zoo!
   She feared a long snake.
   Who said she'd make a great steak!
Now what's a poor moo cow to do?


Poem Details | by Mike Samford |
Categories: children, nature, political,

Stinking Snake

A man tossed a snake in a lake
to the bottom I thank, that It sank 
and it sit there awhile 
with a big fang smile
cause it needed a bath; for it stank!


Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: animal,

Snake And The Poet

There once was an old poet who gardened Until she found something bad there hardened A rattlesnake with raised fangs Eye to eye combat with gangs Snake go to the woods for you are pardoned