Limerick Poems About Wolf | Wolf Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: humor,

The last Straw for Gershon Wolf

Dedicated to a fine poet on soup Gershon Wolf.





In an old cowboy town in Wichita Staying alive meant being quick on the draw The Straws and Jones shoot out Was bloody without doubt All killed except one he was' The Last Straw'.
Written 18th July 2019.

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Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: evil,

Lucifer and Hitler

Herr Wolf is now wearing a hellava frown. Denied Heaven‘s entrance, he had to go down, but was thrown from Hell too, because LUCIFER knew that HITLER could capture the devil‘s own crown. For the L and H Limerick Contest of Catie Lindsey



Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: animals, funny

The Three Little Pigs Pack'in, so happily ever after they did live

All three little pigs moved into a shack
to save on rent, for money they lacked
the wolf brought no worry
not even his fury
for three shiny new oozy's they did pack




 A Twist On The Pigs
I Missed Johns Contest


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: kiss, sexy,

Kissing Lips

Buddy began to call his girl 'Hot Lips'
The day she started to swivel her hips --
   He let out a wolf whistle
   She French-licked his stiff thistle --
Then lasciviously kissed velvet whips


        December 13, 2019
   Kissing Contest Poetry Contest
        Sponsor: Bobby May


Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: animal, dog, food, fun, funny, nature,

The Wolf

One day, a wolf sat, By a babbling brook, Awaiting a tasty snack. He spotted a beaver, His teeth, they cleaved her Then by hungry bear, he was attacked; Now he’s in Heaven without his pack.



Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: animal, fun, funny, humor, humorous, nature,

The Wolf

One day a wolf sat, Awaiting a tasty cat. Then he spotted a beaver; His teeth, they cleaved her; He’s in heaven now…bear attacked!


Poem Details | by Running Wolves |
Categories: friend, friendship, fun, humorous, tribute,

For Jean

There once was a poetic Dame.
with a talent worthy of fame.
but who could have seen.
till, wolf hit the scene.
her pen would burst into flame....


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: animal, light, moon, nature, romance, silly, women,

Lobo and Luna Ticks

The moon shines down on a dune
Where a wolf has started to croon
For a female fights
To turn out the lights
Which are known to wrinkle a prune!


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: children, political,

Liar Liar

Integrity is on the skids
When Trump berates us for his fibs
We think he should pay
By reading each day
Peter and The Wolf to school kids!


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

Am Never Buying

Hard To Be Buying

It is very certain with out any denying,
What Politicians said hard to be buying;
Mouths open wide,
Many times lied;
Wolf is favorite thing they are crying.

Jim Horn


Poem Details | by Hilo Poet |
Categories: allegory, character, halloween,

Drac, Wolf, Frank, and Claude

Drac, Wolf, Frank, and Claude

Bela to Lon, doubtless psychosis,
Karloff insert he needs hypnosis,
those three murmured on,
awe night till scared dawn,
Rain unseen flights for diagnosis.

2020 October 09


Poem Details | by Valsa George |
Categories: cheer up, dedication, friend,

Gershon Wolf

 
Our genial Jewish friend, Gershon Pursues poetry for a diversion For Russia, he has much disdain A wolf defending Ukraine His poems are marked by precision
March14.2022 Paean on Poets Poetry Contest Sponsor- Margarita Lillico


Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade,

Ocelot at Twelve

There is an ocelot at twelve o’clock
I did not bother to get out my Glock.
Was eaten fast
All but my cast
Thanks to the lying wolf-crier on the block


Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: humorous, poetry,

Harry Is Rejected

His classmates fled, and rejected his embrace
So Harry ran to his mommy, at a fast pace
"They called me a wolf!" he cried
"That's just silly," she replied,
"It's time for dinner, so go comb your face"


Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Romulus Has Forgotten

You think you have problems? Romulus said.
A woodpecker made sure we were well-bred.
A she-wolf too
Ask Remus, you…
Forgetting he had struck his brother dead.