Limerick Poems About Stork | Stork Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: bird, children,

Stork

There was a hungry saddle-billed stork,
     That went for a wading walk,
        With his long stout bill
         He caught fish at will,
   It sure made the other birds gawk.

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Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: funny

A Dork From New York

There once was a fellow from New York
This dummy was an absolute dork
He bet on the Jets
A move he regrets
He thought babies were brought by the stork


Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: family, funny, nature,

The Birds and the Bees

Anyone from LA to New York
knows babies are not brought by the stork.
It takes nine months gestation
for a new generation.
Didn’t you learn that in school you dork?

Robert Pettit for Royal Trevino's The Birds and the Bees contest


Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: life, science,

Nine Months Gestation

Anyone from LA to New York knows babies are not brought by the stork. It takes nine months gestation for a new generation. Didn’t you learn that in school you dork?



Poem Details | by David Bose |
Categories: humor,

Misunderstanding

Her accent from Bronx in New York,
This doll said she needed a fork.
The waiter’s reply
Was, “Ma’am, I’ll comply.”
Now she frets, expecting The Stork.


Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: birth, funny, humor, parents, smile, society, sometimes,

Born In A Taxi

There once was a newborn named Maxi,

Who forewent a stork for a taxi,

But as he could not yet walk,

And bubble-babbling was his talk,

Driver gave him to a new mama in the Back Seat.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

One And One Makes Three



One and one can often make three Now tell me, dear friend, how can that be Two people blow their cork Nine months later a stork Comes by and plop, a third member of your teepee


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

Fork Finally Would Find

Fork Finally Would Find

In the, road, fork finally did find;
Saw that the stork had been blind;
Hunted and hunted;
Mild mother was wanted,
Whose sexual preference was either kind.

James Horn


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: baby, drink, girlfriend,

What Tommy Uncorked

He sure was naive, that Tommy O'Rourke
He didn't know gin was what he'd uncorked
   He took a long swig
   His girl danced a jig
Just nine months 'till the visit from the stork 


Poem Details | by Carol Mitra |
Categories: humor,

Quitters Never Win

A frog fell in love with a stork shrewd
Suggesting a kiss she wooed her food
Trying to swallow him, how rude!
The frog rung her neck, eyes protrude
He hopped on out, limping like a dude!

06.05.2021
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Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Saw A Stark Stork In New York

Saw A Stark Stork Statue In New York

Remember when we were in New York,
Did see some statue carved out of cork;
Had big doubt;
Wondered about;
Guess what to our surprise was a stork.

Jim Horn


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: emotions, humorous, wedding,

Popping the Cork

The bride and groom, about to pop the cork
But the label read -- Pig Juice, Pure Lean Pork
   The newleyweds were concerned
   Their embarrassment unearned
Then ~ a small bundle dropped off by a stork


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: bible,

Bird Flew

When Eve was searching for her rib
The Devil led her to a crib
Where Cain and Able
Hatched a stork fable
Creating the very first fib