Funny Poems About Mom or Mom Funny Poems

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Poem Details | by Maureen Mcgreavy |
Categories: humor, mom, sorry,

My One Regret

If I weren't afraid, I'd...
Have pulled that red lipstick
Out of my purse 
And with cover
Of sister and cousin
Surrounding your coffin
Replaced that drab pink coral
With your trademark red

We knew it wasn't a colour
You'd have been caught in dead


Poem Details | by Sneha Rv |
Categories: child, childhood, children, christian, christmas, funny, mom,

Keeping Mum

Reindeer wait
   by the pane
I see shapes

A present!
   Santa thinks
I’m asleep 

Smells like mum 
   lent Santa 
her perfume...  ?

Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: funny

Iron Mom

I am Iron Mom, clean everything with a wave of my hand.
I am iron mom, cook macaroni with cheese sauce.

da da da da da da da da

Sung to the tune of Iron man. Inspired by Royal T.

Poem Details | by Sarah Cassleman |
Categories: dad, family, funny, grandfather, grandmother, mother, mom, dad, dad, mom,

My Heritage

My heritage is a mixture
Of backgrounds.  Let's start on 
My Dad's side of the family.

My Dad's mom is Irish and English.

My Dad's dad is Irish and German.

My Mom's mom is Scottish and Irish.

My Mom's dad is blood Hungarian.

So in other words,
I'm a mutt!  or as others say,
"Heinz 57!"

Poem Details | by Shane Cooper |
Categories: funny, husband, mom, sexy,

A Night Without the Kids

Yummy Mummy Chubby Hubby Jumping Pumping Moaning Groaning Huffing Puffing ****** Sarcasm Wants more Loud snore

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous, mom, mum,

Egads and Little Fishes

“Egads and little fishes” Reminds me of my dear old mum Covering her head uttering this phrase Thunder made her come undone Terrified by each electrical storm Dear mum would nearly passed out With thunder, lightning, and pelting rain She'd cower in a corner throughout Really felt bad, she was truly scared Tried hard not to laugh at the sight Of mum with her apron over her head Praying hard with all of her might Things that happen during childhood days Stay with us as by us life swishes I'll always remember mum's little saying “Egads and little fishes” © Jack Ellison 2013

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: funny, imagination, mother, nature, philosophy, seasons, visionary,

Don'T Mess With Mom

there is no fury
                                                like a woman's fury -
                                           so don't mess with mom

Tribute To
Mother Nature

It's Not Nice 
Mother Nature   LOL

Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: candy, food, children, health, humor, mom, silly,

The Bribe

Mom don't feed me veggies
Don't put them on my dish
French fries and a hot dog
Is now my only wish
Mayonnaise smothered Tater-Tots
Sure would do the trick
Peas Broccoli, spinach too
Just will make me sick

Carrots, I can't stand them
Oh please, for goodness sake
Don't hide them in a muffin
Or in some kind of cake
Don't add them to my juice
And think it's gonna fly
I said I don't like veggies
I'm telling you no lie

I'm glad you're being sensible
In honoring my wish
I also won't eat liver
or any kind of fish 
Sure, I'd like some candy
Perhaps a slice of pie
Ok, If I have too
I'll give this vegg a try

Poem Details | by Judy Ball |
Categories: father, funny, day, me, fathers day, day, me,

Happy Father's Day To Mom

Happy Father's Day Mom,
Without you this day would be,
Completely non-existant;
This day just would not be.

Dad is great, don't get me wrong,
I think that he is grand.
He's always there to play some game,
Spend time or lend a hand.

He taught me how to cast a line,
When we go out fishing.
He taught me how to speak my mind,
That there's no gain in wishing.

I don't think I'll e'er repay,
All that he's done for me.
I know for sure in all the world,
There's no one just like he.

I'd like to give him something,
To show there's none like he;
But you already did that,
On the day you gave him me.

Poem Details | by Mary Rotman |
Categories: childhood, education, funny, giggle, humorous, mom, son,

Sex Ed

O Mommy, Mommy, Mommy, mine
Please say it isn’t so!
At school today we learned about sex---
But I didn’t want to know.

O Mommy, Mommy, Mommy, dear
Please say it isn’t true!
They taught us what erections are,
And all the girls said “ew!”

Mommy mine, you haven’t done it,
Have you, Mommy dear?
But wait---how else can I explain
The fact that I am here?

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: caregiving, education, fantasy, funny, imagination, inspirational, life, uplifting, visionary,

Look Mom No Hands Couplet Challenge

<                                           I really hate to do laundry
                                             Why can't it be hands free ?

Poem Details | by Steven Siegel |
Categories: freedom, humor, military, mom, soldier, women,

What We Really Fight For

When you ask 'soldier 
what he fights for, it is not 
apple pie and dear 
old mom, nope this is what he 
fights so hard for; a woman

Poem Details | by Sandra Haight |
Categories: animal, caregiving, cute, humorous, mom,

April the Giraffe

There was a giraffe in a zoo
Named April, and she ate for two.
For, pregnant she was-
Spectators abuzz!
And soon little hooves peaked right through!

In minutes he fell to the ground-
So perfectly healthy and sound!
His mom cleaned him well-
He stood- and then fell.
But soon he was walking around.

Though she and the Vet got along
Took care of her well all year long-
But touching her calf-
Scared mama giraffe
To kick him where kicks don't belong!

A mom is as fierce as can be
When guarding her new-born, you see
Although there is trust-
Hands-off is a must!
The price you will pay, can't foresee!

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: funny, imagination, inspirational, nature, places, uplifting, visionary

My Mom Is One Tough Cookie

deep in the forest
collapsed limbs fungus rockbeds
natures own fury

Tribute To Nature
Even If She Is Mean LOL

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: humorous,

Bad Mom

There was a young girl from Nantucket

whose blouse was so long, Mom yelled, "Tuck it!"

Then that mother saw red

when her daughter's thumb bled,

screeching, "There are no bandaids. Suck it!"

April 10, 2018  Cheer up, Viv!
For the Traditional Limerick Contest

Poem Details | by Samantha Farley |
Categories: dad, humorous, mom,

After Eight

Dear mother
Worn out
Doth smother 
Her daughters
With boredom
And nothing to do

Dear father 
No doubt
Won’t bother
To listen
To daughters
For he’s tired too

Poem Details | by Jeralyn Tolliver |
Categories: fun, humorous, math,

Your Mom After a Rough Night

I'm in the diner uptown, sitting around, b.s. ing with Teddy. Don't just stand there and say nothing to me, I got a hangover like you wouldn't believe. Pour me, poor me 5/8 of a cup of coffee. It's tooth hurty in the afternoon and I'm in a cocoon. Pour me, poor me 5/8 of a cup of coffee. Bonnie and Clyde are at the gas station getting busted and I'm sitting here trying to get adjusted. Poor me, pour me 5/8 of a cup of coffee and I'll call it a day.

Poem Details | by Connie Gildersleeve |
Categories: humor, mom, son,

Ma You'Re Driving Me Nuts

Spun web way up high, too far to reach from the floor-
Slightly bent forward, working with gloves and a broom,
Swinging away, causing the ladder to wobble even more,
She let out a scream when the spider crawled onto her broom.

I softened her fall, when she tumbled down, landing right on top of me.
"Ma you're driving me nuts, you're not that young anymore."
I was mad as hell, but we started to laugh as we lay there on the floor.
What can you do with an old stubborn woman like ma?

Poem Details | by Susan Barnes |
Categories: angst, career, humorous, inspiration, mom, satire, women,

Career Mum

Would Joan of Arc be a post office clerk
In the year of two thousand and four?
And Lady Godiver, if we could revive her
Would she mop the kitchen floor?
These heros of history, make my lifestyle a mystery
Such women we shouldn’t ignore

So well in my thirties, with hand cream and nappies
I went down on my knees, despite the dog’s fleas
For a Wonderbra, a fancy new car
And a job that would take me far

Now I’m totally weary, yet it seemed fine in theory
To split myself in two  . . . as you do!
But I feel like a martyr, this lark’s a non-starter
And I blame Bodacea and Germaine Greer
For this deep-rooted need to have a career

Poem Details | by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: 11th grade, children, dad, humor, mom,

Tongue - Twister

Mama Price has gone shopping; Papa orders pizza.
Pandemonium proves itself at the supper table.
Papa answers the phone, while the Price clan depletes a
whole double-large pizza and sides before he is able

to say goodbye.  Pat pitches Pete breadsticks without stopping;
Pete pilches Phil's bacon bits and cheese and throws them at Pippa
Big brother Phil picks off Pippa's pepperoni topping.
Pampered Pippa pouts and pipes up, "I'm gonna tell papa..."

prompting an expected chant - "Papa's pet's a party pooper."
Post haste, Papa returns passing out in a stupor.

November 3, 2016

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: children, fish, funny, giggle, humor, humorous, mom,

Somewhat Obedient

there is a boy named ben drew

who does what mom tells him to

except for the dishes

when they eat some fishes

after meals he will skiddoo.

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: business, celebration, cheer up, dad, family, giggle, mom,

A Bar At Target


"If only Target had a bar,
We'd all be happier by far,"
Say all the Ma's and Pa's 
"It would be wundebar!"
If only Target had a bar....
"Where are your Pa's?"
Ask all the Ma's.
"Pa's holding up the bar!
Bar fridge is not too far!"
"Wundebar, Wundebar!"
Think all the Ma's...
"We can max out our credit cards!
We can send the bills to Pa's!
Wundebar, Wundebar...:
If only Target had a bar.....

Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: homework, humor, math, may, mom, money,

Mathematics Pleiades

May I show you numbers

Math numbers to add now

Many to subtract from

My coins make me dollars

Mom help me with homework

Minds great and small count twice

Monday no homework yeah


Date Written: 10/6/2020

2 Place  Pleiades Contest Judged:10/11/2020 
Sponsored by: Joseph May

Poem Details | by Lei Strauss |
Categories: humorous, mom,

Mother's Love

Gives everything I need
I’m her most precious seed
The one who caresses my fears
Life is as bright as my leers

My light amidst of darkness
Brightens my day with happiness
The touch of love gets into my soul
The greatest gift of all

Every day is an endless war
With her, I’ll go to distance so far
Her hands are eternity 
A mother’s love is a beautiful mystery

I put my hands to God every day
Let him know I’m happy day to day
Got the best lady in the whole world
Nothing describes even a single word

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: child, family, kids, funny, hilarious, mom, mother,


If you want things 
to go really well with Mom, 
tell her first thing in the morning,
"I'm not going to school 
until you get me a beer."