Limerick Poems About Worm | Worm Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Vince Suzadail Jr. |
Categories: funny


I once knew a fisherman named Herm
On the use of bait, he stood firm
Give me some corn he said
Or a piece of old bread
Because I just couldn't hurt a poor worm.

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Poem Details | by Jane Bowen |
Categories: happiness, imagination, life, social, song-uplifting,

Silly Willy

Silly Willy with a worm
Had a pocket that would squirm

A Silly Willy was this boy
His pocket worm brought him joy

Don't mistake him for a toy
He is handsome and so coy

Silly Willy's naughty worm
Growing bigger makes girls squirm~

Poem Details | by Patricia Sawyer |
Categories: animals, childhood, children, funny,

A Hungry Bird

Oh there once was a bird in the sky
Till he said " I am Hungry Oh MY!"
He hopped on the ground 
Till a fat worm was found
Then he swallowed it up with a sigh.

Poem Details | by Bobby May |
Categories: fishing,

A Fish Tale

I once saw a fish on a hook,
traveling up and down a brook
with a tasty worm inside
wiggling once then died
looking back with, a dirty look

Poem Details | by Neill Mockett |
Categories: animals, children, funny,

Blackbird Fred

There is one in the garden soon fed
He is always the first from his bed
Haven’t you heard ?
It’s the early bird
Catches the worm - Blackbird Fred

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: food, humorous,

I'M No Longer Feeling Fruity

My apple contained half a worm This really made my tummy churn I’d devoured one half It sure made me barf In future an apple I’ll spurn FICTIONAL WRITE 03/09/21

Poem Details | by Craig Munn |
Categories: animal,

The Turtle

I was fishing for trout
when a turtle came about,
He grabbed the worm from the hook,
Ddnt even take a second look.
I cussed at him you fool id shout.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: bird, children, environment, flying, food, happiness, health,

The Bluebird of Happiness

"I can't wriggle out of this bed"
A worm's rear complained to its head
A bluebird dropped by
Took worm for a fly
Happiness is nestlings well fed

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

Salmon and Big Storm

Salmon and Big Storm

Saw trout wiggle and squirm
Looking for a wobbly worm
Going upstream eggs to lay
Always knew which way
Better watch out for a big storm.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: spring,


Only four more months then spring will return Pshaw! No problem, got patience to burn A minor detail Winter's impaled Damn frigid stuff makes me squirm like a worm

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: animal, passion, sun,

Pachyderm On the Hot Sand

There once was a light-skinned pachyderm
Who had a thing for a lowly worm
   Sun-bathing on the hot sand
   Elephant got quite a tan
Poor worm earned him a wiggly sunburn

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: anxiety, conflict, fishing, insect,

Fisherman and Worm Gon Fishin

FISHERMAN & Worm  Gon Fishin

A Fisherman comes 
Reached on the ground
Picks up Itchy-Bitzy worm
That's texting on his phone
Open mouth Catfish sayin yummy
Go on Fisherman drop him


Written words by James Edward Lee Sr.2018©

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: evil, fantasy, funny, halloween, humor, scary, silly,

As the Worm Turns

There once was vampire named Vlad.
His life was obscurely sad.
He ate a worm,
The tide did turn.
Now Vlad is famously bad.

written 9/06/2020

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, engagement, funny,

The Blue Apple Not True Not 4 U-Cd

Tho! there's the apple blue
Thine favorite color hue
There's a worm in it 
Eating of it makes you sick
Royalty is true, but this apple was not for youGod's got something 
A better a big ole cold watermelon

Written by James Edward Lee Sr2022©

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humor,

Smelly Bird Farts

What's transparent and smells like a worm? Obviously, it's a bird fart that lasts long term That was a tough one Cat got your tongue? Life gets tedious and we act with much concern

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: hilarious,

As the Stomach Turns

The early bird catches the worm It's welcome to it in no uncertain terms This is not a treat It's really gross to eat Even with ice cream as the stomach turns

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

Tongue Was Talking

Tongue Was Talking

Tongue was talking about a consulting firm,
Seeming to be sick spreading like a germ
How hard did try,
But overcome by;
Lies he told made him worm and squirm.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humorous,

Gourmet Grasshopper

A follow-up to Beryl Edmonds
"A Flying Romance" 02/11/24 

Gourmet Grasshopper After the spider made lunch of the fly A curious grasshopper leapt on by He told the fly with gusto I really now must go to dine on my worm and centipede pie!

Poem Details | by Wormy Squirm |
Categories: black love,

A Man Named Worm

There once was a young man from the ground.
He said, "See the lovely horehound!"
It was rather much,
But not very clutch,
He couldn't say no to the homebound.

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

Worm Which Would Wiggle and Squirm

Some Worm Who Would Wiggle 

Remember when there was a worm,
Who would wiggle when it did squirm;
On path appeared,
As twilight neared;
Afraid and onto branch he held firm.

Jim Horn

For Poetry Revisited's picture of a path.

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humor,

Our Choices

One candidate will rave, lie, cheat and molest The second seems ready to be a hospice guest But we have a third choice With a strong forthright voice Half his mind is brilliant, but a worm ate the rest!