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Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: funny, january, new year,

The Non-Resolver

I’ve been watching my weight since 14, but with all of the diets I’ve seen, they’ve become a big no-no. This here dieting yo-yo has stopped trying to be super lean! Other problems I’ll change as I go. I don’t need a New Year to say so! Said a wise sailor man: I yam what I yam! Why improve on a good thing - ya know? So the cause of the most bellyaching at this time of the year I’m forsaking. When you know yourself well. . . why then go through such hell! Resolutions I’ll never be making. For the the New Year's Resolution Poetry Contest of Regina Riddle


Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: celebrity, humorous, new year,

JANUARY

Just where have the weeks gone
Another year has whizzed past
No New Years resolution, I'd only break it
Unless it’s to meet George Clooney
Ah fiddlesticks he’s married now! 
Romance is off the cards
Yeah, but a girl can dream!

January Acrostic Contest
Sponsored by Michelle Faulkner

NB I have never made a New Year's Resolution, this is just a standing joke with my husband

1/1/19

Poem Details | by James Inman |
Categories: funny, january, sad, sweet, tribute,

Me and Eeyore, On the Year of My Birth

Just          my mother tryin for 
anothur          moment of agonised , blisful but
nevurending          hapiness, sharin with no one hur 
uninterupting          joy until my overly large but othurwise
average          head appears and the docter says, "anothur
regular          ordinary baby, happy new 
year          I'm sory, what did you say his name was"



08/13/2015

Poem Details | by Cynthia Jones |
Categories: bird, humorous, imagery, inspiration, january, poetry, writing,

Chickadee -Airless Suburban Haiku-

Chickadee flies low looking for food he buried runs into a tree. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Jan.28/2013 I haven't penned one of these in a while.

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

January

Time to figure consarned taxes again

     And Christmas bills come due giving me pain

          Let's delete January

               And start with February

                    January has come to be my bane

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
©   All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Vincent Ray |
Categories: good morning, good night, humorous, january, morning, sleep, winter,

Wise Decision

Look out the window
And enjoy the eastern glow
Now get out of bed

Feet on a cold floor
In the middle of winter
Now get back in bed

Poem Details | by CJ Krieger |
Categories: funny,

January 1st

Relieving myself
After a long night
I smiled a bit
Thinking
I havent peed
Since last year!

Poem Details | by DrJim Martin |
Categories: humor,

Hello January

Hello January
Dr. James E. Martin
©January, 2014

Hello January, you’ve finally arrived
Another year we have all survived.
Tell me please, if you can
What will be? - How should I plan?

Do you see more of the status quo?
Will more freedom we soon know?
Will our economy settle down?
Will there be reason to wear a frown?

If only these things and much, much more
We could from you successfully implore!
If we could in the future see
What would be our destiny?

I sit here in my solitude
And wonder if you’ll ever my thoughts intrude.
I anxiously hope that I’ll not long wait
Before my concerns you’ll contemplate!

Poem Details | by Robert Davidson |
Categories: april, humorous,

It's Burns Nicht 25th January

Jean, Jean wis young an' alive till Ah gied her tatties and neeps;
Noo she's bein' seek as a dug, it fairly gies me the creeps.

Bonnie Mary O' Argyle took a trip tae the Brig O' Doon,
She took a dook oaf the parapet, ended up nearly bein' drooned!

Wee sleakit, cooerin', timorous beastie, ye must think it a sin!
Aw the lassies a' ever kent, wanted tae stab me wi' a pin.

Blythe Hae a' Been on Yon Hill, where a Tippling Ballad ah Wrote;
Gude Ale Keeps the Heart Aboon, when ye drink an awfy lote.



Poem Details | by millard lowe |
Categories: 7th grade, humorous, imagery, january, poetry, school, snow,

Haiku 137

greeting the morning
the authority of snow
told schools to just chill