Limerick Poems About Wrestling | Wrestling Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Sylvia Coulstock |
Categories: sports

A Struggle To Behave

I'm just not an athletic go-getter.
Won't catch me in a teams scarf or sweater.
But what I watch on TV, 
That always does it for me,
Wrestling- and the dirtier the better!!!

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Poem Details | by George Aul |
Categories: humor,

Seeing Double

The other night at the county fair
I got drunk and tried wrestling a bear,
he twisted me in a knot
I heard loud snapping a lot...
now my glasses are used as footwear!

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: pain,

Wrestling a Buffalo

Seems my age is finally starting to show More shaky recently since wrestling that buffalo Wifey reminded me You're nearing eighty-three As bones stuck out somewhere below

Poem Details | by Romeo Naces |
Categories: old, sports,

Ex-Wrestling Champ

Boulder shoulders, 
bursting biceps,
terrifying to see,

    a menacing mountain 
    of a muscle-man
    he used to be.

Now, bedridden,
he wilts away his days
till the end arrives.

    This nursing home's 
    locked doors hide 
    closing and closed lives.

Poem Details | by Mark Elam |
Categories: food, fun,


It really was quite a kerfuffle
And a series of violent scuffles 
I kept wrestling a pig
But he grew much too big
So instead we went searching for truffles

Poem Details | by Kai Michael Neumann |
Categories: love,


Jane set out for an intimate night

Shed her clothes in a mud wrestling fight

Naked with horny tattoo

She overcame a taboo

Innocence lost in dirty delight

Poem Details | by Jesse Rowe |
Categories: truth,

Any Meme of the State

Wrestling gators by hand
Or failing some ill- conceived plan
If it's done stupidly 
I can about guarantee
It was done by a "Florida man".


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

Race Beginning Than Winning

Always knee from very beginning,       
Each race run I would be winning;
Grades be better;
Wear letter sweater;
Wrestling, my opponent pinning.

Jim Horn