Limerick Poems About Surfing | Surfing Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: dream, , cute,

Surfing In Hawaii



In spite of the snow, in spite of the cold I'll be surfing in Hawaii, such joy untold Well maybe in dreams Hear girlies cute screams Dreams, my friends are much richer than gold

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Poem Details | by Chaim Wilson |
Categories: internet, life, people, pets,

Computer Shell Game

Digital life discourages thinking,
Laptops encourage time sinking,
Really surfing-the-net,
Is indulging a pet,
For PC’s are pet squirrels chewing nuts who are linking.



Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: computer-internet

Bet

There once was a young booger called Bet,
Who was learning ‘bout surfing the ‘net.
As her tutor called Dougal
Introduced her to Google,
She said, ‘Surfing? I’m not even wet.’

*Booger – surfing term for body boarder


Poem Details | by Remnants of Some Silly Experiences |
Categories: poems, poetry,

Limerick

Read about limerick
They call me maverick
Surfing for words and lexicon
Those rhyme and flow head-on
And here is my lyric

-Puvi-
(10/6/2015)


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: animal, culture, journey, nature, ocean, sea, sports,

Surfing the Gold Coast

Great White Sharks are a Gold Coast wonder
Though crocodiles may steal their thunder
But all surfers know
It is time to go 
When kangaroos line up Down Under



Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: humor,

Surfing USA

Beach Boys sounds played as I walked through the door
Gran was smiling as she headed for shore
She shouted out in dismay
As the ironing board gave way
And ended up in a heap on the floor...


Written 17th July 2022
Limerick Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Lisa YY


Poem Details | by Howard Schultz |
Categories: fantasy, fun,

Aunt Alice Murphy

Man, that's Aunt Allie Murphy,
Yeah, ironing board surfing.
See the look on her face,
She's hooked a great wave.
Pearls and curls every Thursday.

Limerick Poetry ContestSponsored By Lisa Y Y July 17th, 2022




Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: sports,

Backdoor

I was surfing the Banzai Pipe
When the Backdoor opened like hype
A shark lurking there
Missed me by an hair
But my shorts sure needed a wipe! 

 Some say the Hawaiian island of O'ahu got its name
from the last words of a surfer who encountered a shark:
"Oh!  AH! oo")!


Poem Details | by Joseph May |
Categories: grandmother,

The Deep End

 Granny has found a new trend
 With unseen waves to contend
 Ironing board skurfing
  And living room surfing
 Granny's gone off the deep end!

 7-15-2022
 Limerick Contes
 Sponsor: Lisa YY


Poem Details | by David Kavanagh |
Categories: allusion, beach, humor,

Good vibrations


Beach boys on the boom box, surfing away 
Gran’s bored, California dreaming all day 
She’s drinking whiskey 
And feels quite frisky 
Climbs on her ironing board, next stop LA


Limerick contest 
Sponsored by Lisa YY
How many syllables checked 
07/18/22


Poem Details | by Carol Mitra |
Categories: funny, imagination,

A SURFING DAME

She stood on the ironing board frame
Where waves of clothes she’d tame
She surfed on thoughts high
Inside the barrel green room a dame
Landing on the blue waves she did fly!

14.7.22
A LImerick Poem


Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: sports,

Water Sport

She climbed on the table at tea
and said she was surfing the sea,
I did wonder why,
as tables are dry -
then noticed her puddles of pee...

written 17th July for Lisa's contest based on the table-surfer pic


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

Count Sheep Without Peep

Had Been Counting Sheep

Remember when  I had parked my jeep,
And then counted sheep without a peep;
Should suggest,
That I rest;
Stopped surfing and soon fell asleep.

Dad


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

Close Shave With Wave In Cave

Close Shave With Wave In Cave

Were cautiously surfing in a cave,
When there had been a big wave;
While inside,
We could hide;
With sides of wall had close shave.

Jim Horn


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

Slave To Wave Who Will Behave

Slave To Wave Who Will Behave

Have often found myself to be a slave,
To water surfing on in form of a wave;
Like me;
Love to see;
Best are those who themselves behave.

Jim Horn


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: fun,

A Bogus Offer



Surfing the web, came across this site An offer to make me rich overnight So simple, this ploy A matter of much joy Sell my firstborn and a night with my wife


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: perspective,

A Bogus Offer



Surfing the web, came across this site An offer to make me rich overnight So simple, this ploy A matter of joy Sell my first born and a night with my wife