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Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: death, funny,

Sidney Snoozer


Here lies Sidney Snoozer, a lover of sleep, 

His last nap eternal – relaxed, six foot deep. 




For Epitaph Contest 2
Hosted by Jesse Rowe

© 15th April 2019


Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: death, eulogy, humorous, light,

Tom E Aiken


My wife deplored her duty But O' was she good-looking She sold me on her beauty But killed me with her cooking ~ 3rd Place ~ in the "A Funny Epitaph" Poetry Contest, Jesse Rowe, Judge & Sponsor.

Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: death, eulogy, humorous,

Hope S Gaughan



I had hoped for angels But in earth I will stay For my husband died first And he scared them away

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: death, humorous,

NO MORE CLOWNING AROUND

 
 
Here lie the remains of Ethel Brown A circus clown from County Down She’s buried wearing her red plastic nose ‘Twill be the last of Ethel to decompose! An Epitaph to Make Us Laugh 2 Poetry Contest Sponsored by Jesse Rowe 4/12/19

Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: death, grave, humor,

Unlucky Jim

Beneath lie the remains of unlucky Jim
A great white shark made a meal of him
Fell off his surf board and hit by a wave
Half inside ‘Jaws’ and half in this grave.





Written on 13 September 2018

For a funny epitaph poetry contest
Sponsored by Jesse Rowe.

Poem Details | by Dave Moore |
Categories: analogy, animal, future, god, humorous, life, men,

DEVILUTION

Before there was a thing called "Man"

The Maker had a better plan.

He filled he sea with little fish

Of every kind that He might wish.

Then He made the dinosaur

To rule the land from shore to shore.

Next came the monks, orang-otan.

Gorillas, and an ape called "Man".

Man is half God, and beast one half.

He writes his own grim epitaph.

The Maker thinks, "Next time the plants?

Not yet, until I've tried the ants".

Poem Details | by Wendy Watson |
Categories: humor,

no more close shaves

This grave with barber Bob is blessed
He was a cut above the rest!


30.01.19

'Pithy pants poetry contest'
Sponsored by: Maureen McGreavy

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humor,

Perpetual Claustrophobia - An Epitaph

'Neath this sod dwells Mavis who suffered many a phobia

Makes one wonder how she's handling claustrophobia

Poem Details | by Wendy Watson |
Categories: humorous,

A bridge too far

Here lie a dentist and his wife.
Long in the tooth they left this life.
Young Smith inherits in the will
Some gold crowns and a dental drill!


13/09/18


' A funny epitaph contest' : Sponsored by Jesse Rowe

Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: death, eulogy, humorous,

Here Lies Festus Sleape


We're asleep in this graveyard We can't hear you pout So please leave your flowers And get the hell out

Poem Details | by Sandra Haight |
Categories: death, funny,

Poor Uncle Tom

He lies in peace beneath this tree
where death by shock came suddenly.
That thunderbolt struck Uncle Tom-
he faced the storm before the calm.

Sandra M. Haight

~2nd Place~
Contest:  An Epitaph To Make Us Laugh 2
Sponsor: Jesse Rowe
Judged: 04/25/2019

Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: humor,

Andrew John Greenwidge RIP

Buried deep in this vault is Andrew John Greenwidge
Fell into and drowned in a giant tank of raw sewage
The mourners to his funeral brought bunches of roses 
And throughout the service held tightly their noses .  


Written 16th April 2019.

For An Epitaph To make Us Laugh 2,  Poetry Contest.

Sponsored by Jesse Rowe.

Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: death, eulogy, humorous,

RIP M T Pocquettes


Here's a hammer for my debtors For my bills, I couldn't pay Just take a piece of marble And then please go away

Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: death, humor,

Fred The Baker RIP

In this vault are a few crumbs of crusty old Fred
He got stuck in an oven and got baked with the bread
A very popular man, his friends didn't think twice 
When offered a keepsake, their very own slice.




Written 14 April  2019.

Not for contest.

Poem Details | by Tania Kitchin |
Categories: fun, humor,

Lucille Ball

Here lies the remains of the great Lucille Ball
The best fiery redhead comedian of them all
Even after she kicked drunk Desi Arnez to the curb
Her vitameatavegamin TV episode was superb

 Written on 4/12/19




Poem Details | by Gary Smith |
Categories: humorous,

Reginald Dodds



Here lies the bookie Reginald Dodds,

Trampled by a horse, what were the odds.







Entry for
An Epitaph to Make Us Laugh 2 Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Jesse Rowe.
11/4/19. Placed =1st.

Poem Details | by charles messina |
Categories: humorous,

The Graves Of Jesse James

Two empty coffins...with unknown names 
Saved for the unfortunates...of Jesse James 
Made for the men, they say...Jesse killed 
Only a matter of time, they'll both...be filled 


An Epitaph To Make Me Laugh Poetry Contest 
Sponsored by Jesse Rowe 
4-22-2019

Poem Details | by Michael Ward |
Categories: fun, funny, hilarious, history, humor, nonsense, simile,

Silly thoughts


Poem Details | by Thvia Shetley |
Categories: funny,

Epitaph of a run-away bride

Here lies a woman of hedonist fame,
her Je ne sais quoi had no restrain.
Any man who proposed
found her not so disposed
and never could find her again!









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Poem Details | by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO |
Categories: bereavement, betrayal, drink, giggle, heaven, hyperbole, obituary,

Machiavelli

Machiavelli  s'been stewing 
teardrops in the Soup

Stooping to new lows 
for SYMPATHY 
stirring chickens in the coop

Seems some folks will do anything 
for what they think is fame
Swiss cheese stories for glory
Lordy! Whaddah' shame!

Reminds me of two classic movies...
"Freddie Lives" and the other is 
"The Crying Game"...
but this one's very unbelievable, it ain't scary,
and it's much
MUCH more lame!~


Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: food, kids, funny, god, philosophy, religion, science,

THE Newton Epitaph

Had a fig Newton 
Dropped it on the floor
God said, Let Newton be! 
And all was right.
Until the Ants

Poem Details | by Ryan Graham |
Categories: humor, money, poverty,

Broke

Here lies my wallet.
On my desk he sleeps.
His malnourished stomach’s
been empty for weeks.

No family survived him.
There is only me, 
With no way to pay off
his burial fee. 

Poem Details | by John Heck |
Categories: funny

Eggspiration Date - An Epitaph-Analogical Epigram

Sir Humpteath Dumpteath sateth on a wall
Poor Master Humpteath tooketh a great fall

Arsenic was foundeth in his coffee cup
Thus here resteths Humpteath - sunnyside UP!



For Thvia Shetley's contest:
Clever Analogies





Poem Details | by iolanda Scripca |
Categories: death, funny

Long-legged Epitaph

Here she lies to take her rest
Unconventionally and  vertically
Iolanda, daughter of George,
Five foot ten since age of twelve 
If you see a bump with daisies
Her skull keeps on popping out

for Andrea's contest

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: funny, humorous, jealousy,

Nancy Kay Lee - Witty Epitaph

  
~Nancy Kay Lee~ (1712-1752) Boston, Massachusetts Herein lies a lady by the name of Nancy Kay Lee Who just climbed a very tall tree. A twig caught up her dress 'round And she just fell all the way down. Dorian Petersen Potter Ladydp2000 Copyright@2014 10.4.2014