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Poem Details | by Thabang Ngoma |
Categories: humor, london,


The delayed train rolled into the train station
A single coach would carry their consternation!
The London underground maze
Hurried into the rat race craze
The engineer forgot the rest of his locomotion!

L&H Limericks - Contest

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

Flying Dutchman

There once was a pilot from London
Who at takeoffs ate a big onion.
Whenever he'd speak
The flight crews would freak,
So now he just drinks a tall bourbon.

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: humorous,

Limerick: Once a Lady-in-Waiting in London

Limerick: Once a Lady-in-Waiting in London

Once (a) Lady-in-Waiting in London
Was kept waiting by a Spanish Don
She stood with one leg up
And called busy Don up
That’s how (the) cramp in the fun got undone.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Poem Details | by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: addiction, anxiety, funny, light, london, pain,

Big Smile

a saraband

Big smile, laughter with a reason.
Clowns oft disguise their pain with mirth,
like the buffoon, Jackie Gleason.

Stand-up comics are risible;
Dick Van Dyke's stunts were visible.
Grimaldi of London was right -
"Grim all day" but funny at night

written June 17, 2017

risible means "arousing or provoking laughter"

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: film, fun, humor, london, travel, voyage, world,

Oscar-ku 29 -Around The World In 80 Days

Phileas Fogg's trek
wild globe-trotting travelogue...
fun Passepartout

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved.
Published 2018 in "Hollywood Haiku" via

Poem Details | by Damian Keady |
Categories: humor, humorous, london,

Bedtime is Calling

Time for bed

A laugh a minute is what they said
Soon after that I was brown bread
Cockney slang for very dead
Before I had even said
It's time for me to go to bed


Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: humorous, leaving, london,

Inside the Palace

Now, for the first time, the inside story
  of Meghan Markle's fall from glory

She would not eat her Twinkie
  with a raised-up pinkie