Limerick Poems About Spider | Spider Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Larry Belt |
Categories: funny

Closet Case

She looks like death on a crippled spider
Hips like an elephant, maybe wider
My friends came over and saw
My ugly mother-in-law
Next time they come they want me to hide her

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Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: animals

Bess' Pet Spider

"I have a sweet spider," Bess said.
"Don't fear it; just pet it instead!"
But just then "sweet" spider
proceeded to bite 'er.
She stomped on it till it was dead!

For Carolyn and John's Limericks Contest:
"Are You Bugged?"

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: funnymyth,

It's a Myth, Women do like Spiders

The woman who dreamt of a spider
Awoke to find it inside her
With a scream and a yell
she thought, " oh! what the hell"
Eight hands, oh my! what a provider

Poem Details | by POET. UNDERTAKER |
Categories: humor,

Secret Deal

Once there was a dame called Rose Mary”the charter”
“Man with a monkey face, elastic arm” her character
Iron man, He Man, Superman, 
Spider man, are great power men
Bloody patent this character, for trillion dollars sure! 

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

Granddaddy Brotherhood

There was once a granddaddy spider who

   I was a-fixin' to stomp with my shoe

      It made me think twice

         That wouldn't be nice

            He's a granddaddy and I are one too

Robert LHinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved

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


A young, macho spider named Paul
Imagined himself ten feet tall.
At friend's warnings he sneezed--
Said he'd crawl where he pleased.
Now Paul's just a stain on the wall

Poem Details | by Brenden Taylor |
Categories: animals, inspirational

A spider will crawl on the floor

A spider will crawl on the floor

And often will stop at a door;

I think that he's waiting

And maybe debating

On whether he wants something more.

Poem Details | by Tirzah Conway |
Categories: animals, funny

Spiders, Yuck!

There is a spider on my wall, I tried to squish it with a baseball; But I only made it mad, Oh man, this is bad, Why am I afraid of something so small.

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


Now, wasn't it sad about Snyder,
The light hearted, fun loving spider?
He got a gnat in his eye,
While pursuing a fly,
And fell into a barrel of cider.

Poem Details | by Gert W. Knop |
Categories: animals

Spider Bill

A boy had a spider called Bill
which gave his sister always a chill
one day a cat came into their house
but instead of catching a mouse
she had eaten up poor little Bill

For Jon's Limerick-Contest

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: angst, animals

A Drunken Spider

A Drunken Spider

There once was a huge golden-silk spider.
Bobby Joe ran to sit down beside her.
He threw some sticks at her web.
Her frustrations did not ebb.
So, he sprayed on a liquor elixir.

© August 4, 2010
Dane Smith-Johnsen

Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: funny, holiday, people, satire

One Hallows Eve

Halloween spider queen, I did attend
Wig, stockings, black dress, makeup, heels, suspend
Whistles and catcalls they came.
Mystical night all the same,
I had such fun, succeeding this pretend.

Poem Details | by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: analogy, dream, funny,

The Trap Of Tapestry

I wish that I was a crafty spider Out of nothing weave my cobweb wider, A honey bee you want to be Trap of tapestry you won’t see, I’ll catch you there if you’re a dream rider.
May 3, 2018.

Poem Details | by Caryl Muzzey |
Categories: funny

Sticky Spider

A black spider got stuck in his lair,
stuck firmly by his sticky black hair.
He ate a sweet bug
that crawled on his rug;
now he cannot get out of his chair.

Copyright © 2006 By Caryl SMuzzey

Categories: fun,

Jesse Lasky

                      Jesse Lasky met Boris Spasky
                      Musket musk-catty spider husky
                   Lasky's knight cooked Spasky's rook
                      Spasky's queen is spider's spook
                 Bishop stomped heyho where is Cash key ?

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: philosophy,

Cycle Paths

A Black-Widow spider may mate
With her tastiest dinner date
Her children may wonder
If she made a blunder 
Though they cannot wait to test fate!

Poem Details | by Carol Mitra |
Categories: halloween,

A White Witch

I saw a white witch, a rough rider
Down the path of a Blue moon slider
A night rider on her broom
She glided into the room
And crawled towards me like a spider.

Dated: 12.10.2020
Halloween Inspired Limerick
Lines 1,2, and 5- 9 syllables each
Lines 3 and 4- 7 syllables.

Poem Details | by Terry Flood |
Categories: drink,



The brewery's apple provider
Saved the manageress from a spider
While having a snog
He fell in the grog
And spent the whole evening in cider

Poem Details | by Shirley Hawkins |
Categories: 10th grade,


Do you remember the rhyme, Miss Muffet,
About the little girl that sat on a tuffet,
She didn't run away,
She decided to stay,
She sat on the spider and snuffed it!

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: nursery rhyme,

Little Things Mean A Lot

Her rather quaint cottage in Gwent
Appeared to be quite Heaven-sent
Then down came a spider
That flip-flopped inside her
And hie high ballistic she went!

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: fantasy, insect,

Miss Muffet Comes of Age

She said: 'I think that I shall never see
A thing as ugly as this bug on me
  If I were a spider
  I'd have to hide from her
But it's just a tarantula ~ Whooppee'

Poem Details | by Sandra Haight |
Categories: fun, halloween,

Weird and Scary

Each October brings forth Halloween. Kids love scary, weird props, unforeseen: four-foot spider that crawls- flying, mock bat appalls- as does ground-breaker zombie on scene! October 14, 2020 Contest: Halloween Inspired Limerick Sponsor: Tania Kitchin

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

Wild Woman from Glynn

Wild Woman from Glynn

She was wild woman from Glynn, 
And she always would like to sin; 
Did again and again; 
Started growing thin; 
Became spider a web would spin.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Ann Peck |
Categories: sexy, smile,

Grown Up Miss Muffet

Grown Miss Muffet put “tuffet” on display
family quickly denounced her as a stray
       Muffet found bike rider
       who called himself Spider
 and, over curbs, he and she sped a-whey

May 12, 2023
for "Funny, Bawdy or Humorous Limerick" contest
by Tania Kitchin