Limerick Poems About Tortoise | Tortoise Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Wayne Wysocki |
Categories: humor, humorous, race,

Bunny Flop

a limerick by Wayne Wysocki

The tortoise and hare had a race
But the rabbit came in second place
      So the notion that speed
      Makes the win guaranteed
Just isn't always the case.

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Poem Details | by Lindsay Laurie |
Categories: food, humor,

Cuisine

For an exotic meal I pursued,
Not expecting one that did include,
Some baked tortoise tails
Amongst a plate of snails...
But I think I’ll just stick to fast food


Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: race,

Limerick: Once Lucy met Heidelberg Man

Limerick: Once Lucy met Heidelberg Man

   for Nelson Mandela

Once Lucy met Heidelberg Man
Then Neanderthal and Peking Man
Tortoise said to the Turtle:
“Where’s your doggone girdle!”
“What a disgrace to my race,” said Bushman!

© TWignesan – Paris, 2013


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: america,

Aesop Arizona

A bunny can hop, jump, and leap
And sit up straight whilst fast asleep 
A tortoise must climb
One step at a time
Spurred on by the Roadrunner's beep



Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: fun, humorous, tribute, word play, words,

Michelle and Morris in a Nutshell

Michelle introduced us to Morris
Most prolific thesaurus tortoise
Her wording profuse
Just like DrSeuss
She most certainly didn't bore us


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

Escort Us To a Tortoise

Escort Us To a Tortoise

While I was riding around on a tortoise,
Had suffered from case of rigor mortis;
Thought  was best;
Was hard to digest;
We named first child Unum EPluribus.

Jim Horn 

PS

Dug own grave with hands being shortest.