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Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: best friend, bird, flying, giggle, humor, humorous, sound,

Unfortunate Singer

my friend quigley likes to sing

really almost any thing

till once a high note

caused a bird to float

back down to earth less one wing.

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: body, flying, humorous,

She's Not Leaving On a Jet Plane

An overweight lady named Annie Has got an absurdly large fanny Since she boarded a plane That is destined for Spain She's wedged in the seat in Miami! Thanks to Andrea for helping me with the meter for this one Jan Allison 12th April 2016

Poem Details | by Phillip Arnold |
Categories: animal, bird, flying, humanity, humorous, i am, spoken word,


Birdpeople, they fly. birdpeople they glide. you wont see them. they live in the trees, watching you breath and breed. Those nasty human beings. doesn't this world belong to everything?

dictated by Jason Scogin.

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: flying, fun, humorous,

Wing Walker Smooth Talker For Tom Cunningham

His instructor said he must wear tights Most essential in these sorts of flights Fred said take them away Folks would think I was gay The truth is that Fred’s scared of heights Fred fibbed that he’d been a wing walker A falsehood, this sure was a corker His relations soon found He did not leave the ground It’s a good job he’s a fast talker! Inspired by The Wing Walker by Tom Cunningham 2/06/18

Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: funny, life, people, social,

The Flying Saucer

the flying saucer
                                 missing my head by an inch
                                            did you notice it?

Poem Details | by Pat Adams |
Categories: flying, history, humor, silly, word play,

Making Airplanes

Making airplanes is Wichita's main thing
The worlds air capital, said Bing news last spring
Cessna, and Lear jet
Are great you can bet,
But there was a story about Boeing on Bing!

Poem Details | by Isaiah Zerbst |
Categories: flying, freedom, humor, sky, smile,

Flying High

Flying in the great blue sky,
Like a grinning fool.
Flying fast, and flying high;
Didn't check the fuel.

Poem Details | by Jess Link |
Categories: flying, funny, happy, tree,

Busy Bee

The Happy Little Bee
Was Busy In His Tree

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: flying, fun, humor, travel,

It's Time To Pray

At the Airport two plonkers did say If the Pilots female it's time to pray Wow, how sexist are we To say such so free Hopefully we'll see her reversing display .

Poem Details | by John Williams |
Categories: children, funny,

Flying Reindeer

A flying reindeer drank much beer
Wanting to be full of Christmas cheer,
When the man in the red suit pulled his rein
He wobbled in the sky with such disdain
He filled poor Santa with fear.

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: cheer up, earth, farm, flying, giggle, humor, humorous,


ufos buzz lake erie

blowing air force theory

for each tows a sign

flashing this short line

we borrowed cows from o'leary.

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: bird, flying, humorous,

Why I'M Glad Elephants Can'T Fly

I looked at a bird flying high Its poop landed up in my eye I looked such a disgrace As it slid down my face Folks laughed, but I wanted to cry FICTION WRITE! 01~06~17

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: anxiety, england, flying, funny, humor, humorous, london,

Flying Dutchman

once a pilot from london

at takeoff chewed an onion

but when he would speak

the flight crews would freak

now he just drinks a bourbon.

Poem Details | by Rudolph Rinaldi |
Categories: funny, life, philosophy,

Flying a White Flag

the best protocol 
for flying a white flag 
is to hang it
on a stiff erect stick

Poem Details | by Elton Camp |
Categories: funny, flying,

The Flying Lessons

The Flying Lessons

By Elton Camp

Joe decided that he wanted to learn to fly
To pilot an airplane right up into the sky

At the edge of town, was a flying school
To earn his pilot’s license made him drool

So he jumped into his car and drove out
What he saw gave him reason to doubt

The remains of a plane caught in a tree
Caused him to turn around and flee

(To see a picture of the plane, go here: )

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: fear, funny,

The Flying Wheel

The flying wheel spins,
screams of kids terrify me...
I hope they are fine.

I hope they are fine,
with hair sticking out like wheat...
" Stop that flying wheel!" I scream.

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: farewell, flying, fun, funny, giggle, humor, sky,

Drop In Traveler

i once knew a girl named sloot

who liked to travel by chute

dropping into a town

she would leave with a frown

due to the horrid commute.

Poem Details | by Viv Wigley |
Categories: humor,

Flying Donkey

I'm only supposed to eat carrots
and carry large loads for no pay,
so winching me up the Cathedral
was not in my plans for the day.
The crowd below seemed quite excited
as over their heads I shot past,
till the zip wire could bear me no longer
then it was my turn to kick ***.
To say I was grateful to those folk
who cushioned my fall, there's no doubt.
So I left them a gift for their rose beds- I hope that it all washes out.

Poem Details | by Russell Grushco |
Categories: africa, flying, funny, humor, humorous, irony,

Drunk Pilot

The flight two-o-seven is three hours late.
Drunk pilot exchanged all the maps for his bail.
The lions and tigers will be more than just happy.
The plane has successfully touched Serengeti ;-D

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: flying, humorous,

Hotshot Pilot


Did loop
Oh, poop!

Flamed out
No doubt!

He bailed
Chute failed!

Bad chute
Oh, shoot!

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired

Poem Details | by Randy Johnson |
Categories: flying, funny, humor, parody,

The Flying Nun Flies No More

Last week was the Flying Nun's last flight.
Last week she flew to an amazing height.
She flew into outer space and collided with the Sun.
It was the worst case of sunburn, she was well done.
She only weighed 90 pounds and she could fly because she was so thin.
But when we look up in the sky, we won't see Sister Bertrille ever again.
If she had survived, she would've screamed "Ouch!" because she would've been so sore.
The Flying Nun flew but she flies no more.

(This poem is a parody of the TV show.)

Poem Details | by Kevin Shaw |
Categories: adventure, animal, dog, flying, humor, silly, word play,

Boris the Beagle

Boris the Beagle

This is the story of Boris the Beagle, 
Fearless and brave like Eddie the Eagle. 
Ski jumps, sky dives, death defying dare,
Hang gliding stunts, spinning in the air. 
High speed zip wire, Boris on the line, 
Jumping off a bridge into the brine.   
Planning a wing walk over the sea, 
Strapped to a plane, how brave is he? 
Bungee jumping down Niagara Falls, 
Our Beagle abseils, skyscraper walls. 
Invited to perform at the Royal Variety show,
But he’s flying with the Red Arrows, 
So, unfortunately can’t go.

Poem Details | by Greg Gaul |
Categories: flying, golf, humor, life, light, lost, water,

Ball Hawking

I roam the edge of the roughs, ponds 'n streams
For illusive precious golf spheres per chance
Long looks through silt sifting for glints it seems
That make themselves appear to start the dance
Bits of dimpled light that want once again
Away from their sunken settled dark place
To take full flight across the verdant glen
And put a simple smile on one's bright face

For when you find a lost ball, dearest friend
They share great joys and awful torrid tears
What begins anew from someone else's end
Those round companions can go on for years
So live 'n walk ever searching to gawk
The vagary life of the true Ball Hawk

Colored pencil illustration G. Gaul 2023

Poem Details | by Carl Dunford |
Categories: funny, hope, sports,

Flying the Flag.

Here in Germany today,
 going to fly the flag,
 it's the friendly England v U.S.A.
 Beckham, Rooney, Terry too,
all the fans rooting for you.
Next month,begins the E.M .(Europen Championship)
The flag I can not fly,
England didn't' qualify.
So today make us proud,
let us hear the cheering crowd.
England do your best,
lay the football, ghost's to rest,
and show us what you ,
can do.Score the,
winning goals tonight,
then every thing will be all right.
Tomorrow, when I walk,
out the door,
my neighbour, won't laugh,
about the score!

Poem Details | by Ravi Kiran |
Categories: destiny, flying, funny, humorous,


Let's b honest you know I can fly, 
I flew so many times 
and so far places. 
will be flying more too 
although not all by myself. 
I would if I could 
but you see I got no wings 
from time to time
over and again 
I had to borrow
from the mechanised bird
in the past.
About flying in future, I will tell you
when I can time travel too. 
For now I am trying to teleport 
away from you... :P (near to you ... )