Limerick Poems About Sympathy | Sympathy Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Mitch White |
Categories: life, sports, sympathy,

Joe Who?

The ball was loose and bouncing
Joe dove towards it, just missing
The clock ticking down
Just then, Joe had found
His football skills were lacking

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Poem Details | by Sandy Ivy D |
Categories: funny,


I knew a man with a sailors hat
Fat and chubby, smelled like a rat
         kissed him out of stupidity,
         now he's down on one knee,
Somebody give me a baseball bat!


Poem Details | by Charles Clive |
Categories: funny, recovery from..., sympathy,

Remedy Required

I ache from my nose to my knees; I sniffle and snuffle and wheeze. A small tot of rum might settle my tum, but what should I take for a sneeze? ~

Poem Details | by Abdulhafeez Oyewole |
Categories: adventure, depression, devotion, lonely, sympathy, time, peace, peace,

Letter To Home

When I look around..I See that It's abound
 Whatever it Is..It wants Peace 
 Peace of mind..An everlastingly Bind
 No racketeering..It isn't Blind
 It Sees More than what you see.

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: sympathy,

Long Skinny Legs

Flamingos have extra long skinny legs Why is that so, the natural question begs Their bodies are large To understand is hard How they can support themselves on these skinny pegs © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Tom Arnone |
Categories: beauty, bereavement, death, health, remember, science, sympathy,

Isabelle Dinoire

Eleven years to this day,
Isabelle Dinoire's face did lay.
Her Labrador ate it;
The surgeons replaced it --
But, she died of rejected display.

Poem Details | by Lindsay Laurie |
Categories: humor,

Easter Thrill

Senility for sympathy begs,
but for me, being senile has legs,
for when Easter time,
I find it sublime -
I can hide my own Easter eggs.

Poem Details | by Funom Makama |
Categories: depression, horror, pain, sad, sick, sorrow, sorry,

Course of a Terminal Illness

Outlook travels farther from being groovy
attracts human sympathy not envy
at it, illness nibbles
getting the more feeble
wall slowly climbed by the deadly Ivy.

Poem Details | by James Study |
Categories: death, funeral, life, sympathy,

So Sad

There was a man who never shed a tear
The time he lived was many a year
So sad he never knew
What the tears would be due
Now at rest he lies and nobody here

Poem Details | by Ralph Protsik |
Categories: animal, dog, humor,

The Basset Hound

Is it sorrow in canine disguise?  
Is it pity empathic and wise?
Or is it not either 
Nor sympathy neither
But hunger we see in its eyes?

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: dog, fire, passion, silly,

A Flaming Torch

Snoopy, hero of Peanuts cartoon fame
Sure knew how to play the sympathy game
   He never said Boo
   Or even Yahoo
And became every lady reader's flame

Poem Details | by Funom Makama |
Categories: abuse, betrayal, cheer up, lost love, marriage, sympathy,

Once Again In Pieces

Another episode with the hope to marry
for a heart, a client to the apothecary
joy was their musician
with nice dances so Indian
he walks out leaving nothing for her to carry.

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: appreciation, sympathy,



What I sometimes realize
How other people sympathize
With me and my each effort
No one would I ever hurt
A hungry child always cries.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: sympathy,

After Crime

After Crime

After Crime was a cremation
Happening after a situation
When a child was killed
Whose life was not fulfilled
May never find an explanation.

Jim Horn

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

Shared Feelings

Sally was full of empathy
People went to her for sympathy
She did not mind
She was kind
She benefited from their company

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

Empathy and Sympathy

Empathy and Sympathy

What we must employee is energy and empathy,
So that final result  will produce much sympathy;
That transpired,
Are required;
Eroded away and replace feelings that are empty.

Jim Horb

Poem Details | by Marisa Moynihan |
Categories: science, sick, sympathy,

Coronavirus Stained

As I walked down the street it hit me
It was silence, invisible, and my poor health was it's key
I tried all to fight it, drop after pill of medicines
The fear it brings is high and menacing
I stay locked away in my apartment until this virus decides to let us be.

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: sympathy,

Flying the Coop

If you were a chicken, how would you handle The fear of being barbecued at somebody's castle Would you flew the coop Planning to paratroop Drop some poop bombs, their party to cancel