Limerick Poems About Sons | Son Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by John Watt |
Categories: boy, food, mother, mother son, teenage,

O Teenage Metabolism, Where Art Thou

When I was a teen, I would munch
My way through the whole Sunday brunch.
I'd destroy that buffet,
Then as we walked away,
I would ask my poor mother, "When's lunch?"

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Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: dog, humorous,


My son has a new dog called Brandy By jingo that pup is so randy He caused quite a to do When he humped my left shoe No wonder his legs are so bandy! 07-07-17

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: baby, body, humorous,

Poor Wee Man

My unfortunate uncle named Rick Was endowed with a very small wick But he was still quite able To impregnate aunt Mable Who gave birth to a son they called Dick 2nd April 2017

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: baby, clothes, fashion,

A New Son Named Arch

Prince Harry and wife's new son is named Arch
He was born in May instead of in March
   He looks kind of cute
   In his new white suit
I guess Meghan went easy on the starch

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Three Who We Love and Laud

Three Who We Love and Laud

There are three we do love and laud;
Spirit with Son whose father is God;

Together all our sins they have shod.

Jim Horn

Do you disagree with any of this?
Or maybe a point I might miss;
Never found,
Or around,
That appeared to look ludicrous.

Poem Details | by Ray Dillard |
Categories: satire, sports,

Let the Ball Lie

The little boy said to his father,
I wish I could drive the ball farther.
    He said to his son,
    By time we are done,
Your ball will "lie" just past the others.

Poem Details | by Funom Makama |
Categories: father, father daughter, father son, life, love, relationship,

A Fathers Desire

Their well being covers every corner of his conscience
caring for them is his default so beyond science
even when he seems wicked
he’d not mind to go naked
for love in their life to have a high rate of prevalence.

Poem Details | by John Williams |
Categories: beach, children, summer,

Too Excited

My swimmers on, to the beach I ran,
Across the hot, white, squirming sand,
The first wave faced knocked me rotten,
My dad had told me but I'd forgotten,
Jump the waves son if you can.

Poem Details | by Panya Chanthavong |
Categories: baby, father son, kids, girl, love, mom, son,

The Only Girl

Hey Son, I wrote this to warn you
In your whole life, many girls are coming through 
You might have only girl to love her much over
But you have to remember that do not hurt your mother
She is my only girl too...

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: spring,

Why Sammy Loves Spring

In the spring, Sammy loves planting trees. With his son, he flies kites in the breeze. But his favorite thing Is at night performing With his wife like the birds and the bees! For A Brian Strand July 6 Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by Faleshia Murphy |
Categories: funnyson, son,

Zoo Mania

I Took my son on a trip to the zoo
There was so much for us to see and do
    One roar from the lion
    My son started crying
The trip was over I was scared to


Poem Details | by Tim Ryerson |
Categories: funny, science, science fiction

"war of the Worlds" By H.G. (Hebert-Gautreaux) Wells

Martian Gumbo

One of dem Saucer land in da Bayou
Ole Boudreaux out huntin say "Jus who be you?"
Den he point him shodgun
And say "Lookee here son...
Jus found some green OKRA to seasonne my stew!"

Poem Details | by Kim Merryman |
Categories: family,

Dan's Clan

There once was a young man named Dan,
Who married a woman named Anne.
Three kids plus one more,
Males a total of four,
Now it's Dan and Anne and their clan.

(written in honor of my son Daniel and family)

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

My Son Scotty, the Wannabe Chef-Y

They've named a new dish of pasta and noodles After my wannabe chef, makes dough by the oodles They call it “la scotta” To try it ya oughtta Puts hair on your chest and makes you bug out your pupils!!! © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Sneha Rv |
Categories: humor, humorous, money,

Running Costs

"I ran behind a bus", said Ben,
“Saved a good five dollars again”.
“Oh fool!” dad exclaimed,
“My son, I’m ashamed.
Chasing cabs, you could’ve saved ten!"

Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: family

Irish Potato

Me great, great, great-grand pappy-died
His son, sailed away from fighting Ireland
In the wake of the potato famine, sought land
Farming his love, many sons his pride
Irish potatoes-boiled, mashed, salad and fried

Poem Details | by Caryl Muzzey |
Categories: childhood, son,

Pickle Pucker

I handed toddler sour pickle
I bribed him with a shiny nickel
Took a little bite
And to my delight
His puckered face, gave me a tickle

Copyright © 2010  By Caryl SMuzzey

Poem Details | by Ethan Plummer |
Categories: confusion, family, love, me, me,

Gay Son

rip me open, inside out straddler feeling, he came out drag me along, make me bleed fake your love, I don't feed screams for help , I, the silent grout

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: funny

The Deputy D.A. of John Day

In a frontier town of Oregon
lives a rascally son of a gun.
He’s taking on louses
that beat up their spouses.
I can hardly believe that’s my son!

For Carolyn Devonshire's Contest:
Lawyer Limericks

Poem Details | by Martin Kloess |
Categories: children, flower, funny, humor,

The Brave New World

He came from a world they call shower
And he never knew of its power
For even the sun
Sensed when he was done
For it changed a son into flower

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson |
Categories: religion

God's Redemption

We saw in the garden the seed
Planted by man’s first evil deed
God sent his own son
To be the right one
To absorb sin so man be freed

© Jun 21 2010 for John’s “Human foible” contest

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: funny,

What Is In a Name

There once was a man with the last name Butts  
He really must have been nuts
When a son he did sire
This name he did conspire
Seymore was the name a decisive cut

Not an original idea...

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: death, funny, history, son, son, , fate,

Thus, Fate Avengeth

Henry VIII desireth an heir.
Wife after wife, nary son hath wives bourne.
Thusly, he cut off each head.
Findeth a new wife instead.
His sole son hath been born from an affair.

Poem Details | by Jerome Malenfant |
Categories: math,

Leonhard Euler Once Said To His Son

Leonhard Euler once said to his son,
“Hey kid, c’mere, look what I’ve done!
     The exponential of pi,
     First multiplied by i,
Exactly equates to minus one

Poem Details | by Kash Poet |
Categories: funny,

Birds and the Bees

"Do you know 'bout birds and the bees?" One day my son asked suddenly, "Just ask your teacher, she would know better" "No Dad she is yet to marry!" =============000============== By:kash poet