Funny Poems About October or October Funny Poems

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Poem Details | by Poet Destroyer A |
Categories: adventure, caregiving, celebration, confusion, desire, feelings, funny, humor, identity, life, october,

Sweet and Salty -Libra Tale


Sweet and Sour hectic sign
Love me, trust me, the stars align
   Balance of truth and dare
   Good and Evil, full of care 
Blind when it comes to blood line

:) PD

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: autumn, funny, giggle, halloween, humor, humorous, october, silly,

Witch Bakery

there once was an old witch whose pies

were unique in flavor and size

she delighted her covens

when she opened her ovens

with dozens of old crusty guys.

Poem Details | by Paige Kostyniuk |
Categories: autumn, fun, funny, halloween, holiday, humor, october,

Vlad the Vampire

There was a vampire named Vlad. 7
The Village all thought he was bad. 7
But the true story. 5
Just wasn't gory. 5
It turns out Vlad was just sad. 7

October 23. 2019

Poem Details | by Thaddeus Tarpey |
Categories: halloween, humorous, october,

Candy Corn

When the Autumn sun warms dying stalks
Of corn with unkempt tassel locks.
The earth turns from green to brown,
Candy corn comes to town.

A cackling witch stokes the ember
Smoky spirits escape the timber.
The leaves in trees turn an amber hue,
Candy Corn, I yearn for you.

Across my path a shadow creeps,
Into day, nighttime seeps.
My dreams turn to sugary storms.
Candy corn, keep me warm.

Before I die and decompose,
Let me warm by your coals.
Orange, white, yellow form,
The wonderment of Candy corn.

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: business, funny, politicaleaster,

October, 1582

The Julian calendar threw
Spring’s equinox path far askew 
But Gregory’s shift
Of ten days closed the rift
So Easter eggs roll now on cue

Poem Details | by Betty Harp Butler |
Categories: autumn, funny, humorous, october,

The Pumpkin Show

Down in the meadow
where the pumpkins grow,
God is putting on an extravagant show.

Bright orange pumpkins
lying all around…
Little pumpkins, middle-sized pumpkins,
and giant pumpkins can all be found.

Hundreds of pumpkins
waiting for the day,
when they’ll be loaded
on a truck filled with hay.

To market, to market,
and then to the store,
Soon they’ll find a home
by someone’s back door.

Then Grandma will cook the pumpkin
and turn it into pies,
And that’s why God
rains pumpkins down from the skies.

Poem Details | by Tim Ryerson |
Categories: funny, october,

Sleepy Trees

the trees are yawning,
carelessly shedding their clothes
for sweet winter sleep
like spoiled children who know well
daddy will clean up their mess

Poem Details | by John Lofquist |
Categories: farewell, funny, history, imagination, october,

The Ides of March Versus October

The Ides of March
are no different than of October
just seven months older
and perhaps, a little bit colder.

And had Caesar only stayed away 
from the Curia of Pompey 
that day
he might have lived, perhaps, a little bit longer.

© October 15, 2015

Poem Details | by Arthur Vaso |
Categories: dedication, friendship, fun, funny, halloween, october,

Rick Jagger

There once was a poet named Rick
Whose dancing sure had some kick
He moves like Mick Jagger
And sure has his swagger
His dance moves so cool and so slick

Poem Details | by Laura Breidenthal |
Categories: conflict, crazy, funny, funny love, humorous, mystery, silly,

October the 8th

The great hands of fate have squeezed their grip on this infallible date! Make way, fermenting 7th, for the intolerable October the 8th! Far, far away the lone lemur leaps with joy to celebrate- The great, insoluble, improvable, October the blasted 8th! D.W, dear, with quirks and beauty that torment and infuriate, Can you not see my flippidy- floppity- flimsy- fedazzled state? See how my nerves leave me prostrate on the coming of this most magical date! October the phone a-flippin, Charles J. Dickens, Squawking chickens, Sexy centaurs strippin, heart sta-ricken, danger dippin' - October the infernal 8th!

Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: animal, autumn, food, funny, humor, october, today,


Little squirrels scampering to hide their nuts,                                               
can I have some for my October pie.
Not on my pie you fly,
go away not on my cold cuts. 

Date Written:  9/28/2020

October Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Regina McIntosh

Poem Details | by John Lawless |
Categories: halloween, humor, october,


AAARRRRRRHHHH – for contest

‘Twas a cold dark night
Winds freshing from the Nor’east
Sheets rippling in the October wind.
Approaching the dimly lit prize
Visions of “booty”, treasure to be ours.
Challengedby the sentry’s:  “Who goes there?”

“I’m a Pirate!!”  sez I

“Where are your Buccaneers?” sez he.

“Under me “Buccan’at” sez I.


Poem Details | by Eileen Clark |
Categories: autumn, humorous, october, poetry, time,

September and October

The September days can get very hot
Turn on the air conditioner, then it's not
By late afternoon you are cold again
Turn off the air and let evening set it

The very next day you wake up to a chill
Is that really frost on your windowsill
Get out the sweaters and turn up the heat
The days to come this activity we'll repeat

We are just now entering the first of November
Much talk of a heat wave, so try to remember
Weather change happens so don't lose your cool
Predicting the weather makes a smart man a fool

Author Eileen Clark

Poem Details | by Jeff W. Watson |
Categories: allegory, autumn, crazy, funny, halloween, october, silly,

The Clown

One Halloween I dressed up as a clown
At dressing up I was renown
I went around town
With a very big frown
But the candy turned my frown upside down

Poem Details | by Michelle Frye |
Categories: humorous, money, nostalgia, october, seasons, time, weather,


Now is the time
Of the retrieving of the jackets
From whence they've spent
Their summer repose 
The back of the closet

So sorry that I'd
Forgotten about you
Until your warmth
Sent me searching

Welcome back, old friend
Especially if 
You've got money
In your pocket

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: adventure, autumn, bird, halloween, humor, magic, october,

Sky Witch

once an old witch from dunderry

did ride on something quite scary

did it sing did it dance

did it wear checkered pants

no twas a hairy canary.

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: autumn, community, farm, friendship, humor, october, september,

Barn Raiser

some people think us rowdy

we greet them with a howdy

and once in our barn

they get a tall yarn

and some apple pan dowdy.

Poem Details | by Kevon Worrell |
Categories: 12th grade, encouraging, funny, october, teen, time,


This is your month your time to shine
Takeoff with happiness and leave the hate behind 
Its fall but I hope you don't fall 
Live life make your own call 
Party all in all but don't forget to give god time

Poem Details | by Duane Crichlow |
Categories: fun, happy birthday, health, humor, october,

Happy Birthday To Me

This is exciting!
It only comes once a year;
I can hardly wait.

What's in store for me?
Will anyone call or text
Or send me money?

Treat me to dinner
Or you can make it yourself:
Either way, I'll take it.

I'm so having fun
With my friends and family;
I won't pass this up.

The best part of all
Is having my birthday cake
And eating it, too.

I'm inviting you
To this joyous occasion:
My birthday party.

So happy birthday
To the greatest person in
The whole wide world: ME!

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: children, fun, halloween, holiday, humorous, october, youth,

Wendy and Casper

There once was a lone, sad spirit
No one wanted to be near it
	A witch named Wendy
	Became quite friendly
Casper smiled that she did not fear it

*Casper the Friendly Ghost

Poem Details | by Pamela Davison |
Categories: adventure, childhood, funny, seasons,

October Considered

Step gently, my sweet,
Into the hallowed night,
And be not afraid
Of the mystery awaiting you.

See me as your escort,
Here to overshadow 
Frightening things,
Great and small.

To the gates
We must journey.
Your presence delayed 
Long enough.

Be aware 
Of where your eyes land,
For this is no time
To be foolish.

Seek now
The gift of courage
As you enter this domain,
So fascinating.

Deities ponder
Your existence,
And would have you
For their own.

Go meekly into the night,
My friend,
But wield your sword
Of righteousness well.

I’ll stand beside you,
Watching all along,
Counting every piece of candy
You’d dare consume.

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

Wobbly Dryer

I was doing the laundry one day the dryer wobbled to and fro, it was freaking out bad I knew it had to go. I leaned on one corner and nearly landed on the floor, one of the wheels were missing what would somebody, do that for? The wobbly dryer was a trap someone could get hurt, I threw the dryer outside it landed hard in the dirt. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Oct.19/2006 The wobbly dryer part of this poem is true, but not the part about me throwing it out.

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: autumn, farm, fun, funny, giggle, humor, october,


a local farmers cabbages

exceeded county tonnages

the judge said hey joe

you got any mo

my trucks theyre all wreckages.

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: evil, funny, halloween, humorous, october, silly,

Evil Eyes

There once was a witch named Maleficent.
Her powers ranked highly malevolent.
	Her eyes became crossed,
	Her prized powers lost,
Her black witchery now beneficent.

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: fun, funny, humor, humorous, november, october,

Carver's Attack

There once was a pumpkin named Jack
Who left home and never looked back
	He faced a great harm
	Once leaving the farm
Now fights off the Carver’s attack