FUNNY / SILLY POEMS
This is a funny letter poem, written with rhyme and rhythm, and including lots of word play (of the toilet humour variety!) and occasional moments of alliteration. It is the third poem in a trilogy which needs to be read in order to understand the content.
This is just a fun rhyme and rhythm story poem, including exaggeration for effect (hyperbole), with one word play phrase too. It is based on a true scenario that anyone who has ever owned a tom cat will probably be able to relate to!
This is just a silly children’s poem straight from my imagination, and is fortunately based only on jokes about church, and not on my own experience!
Okay, so I’m not the first to giggle at the word that Nintendo chose to use, but it was the perfect pun example and was crying out to be used as word play so I couldn’t help myself.
Bradley Mulladley Mulloon This is known as a nonsense poem for obvious reasons! One of my favourite poets is Dr Seuss who wrote “The Cat in The Hat”, and I’ve tried to copy his style here by repeating one rhyming phoneme all the way through, spelt in the same way. Dr Seuss often did […]
This Christian inspirational metaphor poem uses the analogy of a recipe flavouring life with the ‘Summer Fruits of Love’ The days when life is flavoured With the summer fruits of love, Should gratefully be savoured With the grace of God above. The recipe’s protected but Its secret is to share With anyone who […]
This Christian inspirational poem is a lovely reminder of how precious each of us are. At dawn, the sun always rises; By evening, it’s sure to set. A promise of our God eternal: A God who can never forget.
This zany poem is full of all my imaginative wonderings about the world and how it was designed, and includes lots of alliteration. Try redesigning the world yourself, and think through all of the consequences; it’s a fun exercise!
This Christian poem was written as an encouragement for a young girl who had attempted suicide at just 17 years old. Today, a tear hit my pillow, A heaven-sent one from above Falling, as God held His arms out Longing to show you His love.
I was torn between including this nature poem in my Christian poetry or the nature category, as it combines my love and appreciation of spring with my Christian faith. However, I felt that it captured the gentility and the feelings that Springtime evokes, as well as having an unusual rhyme pattern, so I hope […]