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Poem Details | by kash poet |
Categories: allegory, funny,

From lion to cat



Back home the lion of the office turns to a cat © kash poet ===========000========== Placement: 3rd; (October 2012) Contest: Single Senryu Sponsor: Susan Burch ===========000==========


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous, image,

Leo The Lion



I'm Leo the Lion, I am, I am From the mystical world of the Astrology I'm generous, strong and warmhearted That's if you believe in symbology Not making this up, check it out Masculine, positive and extroverted If I listen too carefully, my head will swell Which should definitely be averted My wife suggested widening the doorways Or I might severely injure my brain Methinks my honey's being a bit facetious But I love her a bunch just the same I'm Leo the Lion, I am, I am Just a fun loving guy who enjoys life They also say I'm very broad-minded Love broads but don't tell my wife! © Jack Ellison 2014

Poem Details | by Gerard Keogh Jr. |
Categories: food, funny, husband, places

Food Lion, Fayetteville, North Carolina

Her list includes croutons and jelly and jam,
as I read down, I see knockwurst and ham.
Bananas and tuna, pick up Borax and Bold,
if there's no Zest, then get Palmolive Gold.
Orange juice and lemons, Pepsi and Sprite,
ice cream and cookies for our guests tonight.
I arrive on line nine with it all and croutons.
It rings up, I reach in..I forgot the coupons.

Poem Details | by Barry Stebbings |
Categories: animal, humorous,

My Pet Lion

            My Pet Lion


     I took my pet lion to my dentist
     Because he had tooth decay.
     Now, my lion's tooth is still there
     But my dentist has gone away.

     Barry Stebbings
     22/04/2016

     Contest Tall Tales in Short Form
     Sponsored by Casarah Nance


Poem Details | by Rory Hannan |
Categories: humorous

There Is A Lion Sleeping In My Shed

There is a lion sleeping in my shed
I dread to think what it's dreaming of
I hope it's not me but my friend Ed
There is more of him to be chewed on

See there aren't many Zebras round these parts
That graze in my garden or near by parks
Next door have a chiwawa that never shuts up
A tasty snack when he wakes up

But for now I'll just let him sleep

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: funny,

Leo The Lion

I'm Leo the Lion, I am, I am
From the mystical world of the Astrology
I'm generous, strong and warmhearted
That's if you believe in symbology

Not making this up, check it out
Masculine, positive and extroverted
If I listen too carefully, my head will swell
Which should definitely be averted

My wife suggested widening the doorways
Or I might severely injure my brain
Methinks my honey's being a bit facetious
But I love her a bunch just the same

I'm Leo the Lion, I am, I am
Just a fun loving guy who enjoys life
They also say I'm very broad-minded
Love broads but don't tell my wife!

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: funny

Lamb/LIon

(oh, boy, when I posted this, it totally skipped my mind to mention, this was written for a 
friend who is not associated with the Soup. But anyway, I also think the Brian here at Soup is 
another lamb of a man! lUv, Andrea)

A lamb of a man, name of Brian
just hates to hear pretty gals cryin’.
To calls of distress
from each poetess
he races with zeal of a lion.

Poem Details | by Elton Camp |
Categories: funny

Liberating the Lion

Liberating the Lion

By Elton Camp and Maria Camp


A PETA two went to the zoo

Some cages they’d undo

A lion they freed

And with much speed

He promptly ran them through


Poem Details | by Terry Reeves |
Categories: cat, crazy, environment, for him, how i feel, humorous, irony,

DONT FORGET TO BRING YOUR LION

My husband wants a big pussy - he's crazy,
draped over chaise-lounge in conservatory,
I said that it would cost a fortune to feed,
to have such an adornment, there is no need.

It would demolish the neighbour's tabby cat,
cause indentations, droppings, wherever it sat;
he said: 'Don't worry, I'll take it for trainimg,'
glimpses of rosettes whenever it's raining.

There might even be pregnant paws, pushing
me aside with it's ****, going thro' open doors,
I'll have to warn friends when they come round:
'It's sleeping now, for godssake don't make a sound.'

So forestall such grandiose ideas whatever you do,
I said to him: 'Please take that cat back to the bloody zoo!'




Poem Details | by Carol Mitra |
Categories: humor,

A Hungry Lion

There was a lion who never felt full
So one day he went and ate an entire bull
He felt so good he just kept on roaring
A hunter heard him and bullets were pouring
Full of bull now, he did not know what befell him.

20.11.2020.
Quin-to Poem.
Limerick.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: humor,

Mountain Goat and Mountain Lion

Mountain goat and mountain lion
Some jokes that had people cry’n
They were dumb and lame
Who else could we blame?
They fell on deaf ears most of them dy’n.