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Poem Details | by Randy Johnson |
Categories: bird, funny, humor, humorous,

Foul Mouth Parrot

I bought a parrot but he has a foul mouth.
I let him loose so that he could fly South.
But he came home again.
This proves that I can't win.
He says the F word two hundred times a day.
He offends everybody and drives them away.
Nobody will take this bird even though I offer to pay them.
I'm going out of my mind, it looks like I'm stuck with him.
I have the only parrot on Earth that's a sinner.
If he doesn't shut up, he's going to be my dinner.

(This is a fictional poem)

Poem Details | by A.E. Rivenbark |
Categories: humor, humorous,

Poppy Parrot

Poppy the parrot

Picked pus from a pimple’s peak

but then Poppy pricked Poe’s pajama pole

Patrolman Pat picked Poppy up by his beak

Prisoned Poppy pleads for parole

and pecks popcorn and crumbs all week

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: bird, humor,

Tale of a Talking Parrot

There was a pirate whose parrot could talk What happened to it was such a big shock At the captain it swore Poor old thing seen no more Aaargh! Down the plank he forced it to walk

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: city, funny, humor, humorous, places, sky, smile,

Aspiring Parrot

once a parrot named kevin

wanted to go to heaven

so he flew and flew

but when out of view

was forced to land in akron.

Poem Details | by Cecil Hickman |
Categories: adventure, animals, fantasy, funny, imagination, sea

Sea Parrot

Under the sea lived a parrot.
She loved to play with a ferret.
Then upon one day,
In the month of May,
They both shared a yellow carrot.

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: animals, funny

Lewis the Parrot

I know of a parrot called Lewis Whose impressions went right just through us With his amazing charm Like a burglar alarm When he did, he'd always confuse us

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: bird, humor,

The Parson's Parrot

The parson's parrot was a sinful bird,

   Known for squawking many a naughty word!

      Said parson, "Let's make a pact;

         Here and now clean up your act!"

            Squawked bird, "Those very words from you I heard!"

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: animal, humorous,

A Mexican Parrot

A Mexican parrot clever and wise
escaped his dreadful cage in Van Nuys
He flew out of the Valley
back to old Mexicali
singing: Hasta la vista, you guys!

Written 2/19/22

Poem Details | by Andrew Fairchild |
Categories: anti bullying, confidence, faith, funny, perspective, psychological, writing,

I'Ll Pluck the Poisonous Parrot With a Proverb

I’ll pluck the poisonous parrot with a PROVERB:
‘Nob’dy can make you feel inferior without your consent!’*

(But WHY
Would I give my consent,

(Because it’s a habit!)
(Because DREAMS are SCARY)

(The mean little P.P. SABOTAGES words with words)

…a little advice:  pull out the tail-feathers first,
Then pop the poisonous parrot in the pot,

And it will resolve into a fine glue
With which,

You can stick words together

(best use of raw materials!)

*Eleanor Roosevelt

Written On:  1/8/2019
For:  Plucking the Poisonous Parrot Poetry Contest
Sponsored by:  Maureen McGreavy

Poem Details | by Jan Oskar Hansen |
Categories: funny,

The Parrot

The Parrot. 
The café in our village has shut. The couple who ran it left
when their parrot died. They had kept the place open for it,
since it was a genial bird. The parrot called everyone who 
entered idiots; people laughed no one took offence, or so
we all thought. But someone must have taken umbrage, it 
was shot through the window when the café was empty. 
Feather everywhere the village was shocked, who could do 
such a shameful deed? The culprit, was a farmer, who had 
drunk his coffee at the café for twenty odd years, and had
 enough of being called an idiot. The moral of this sad tale,
if there is any: if you call a man an idiot long enough he will 
end up being one.

Poem Details | by Alkas Poetry |
Categories: allegory, allusion, analogy, funny, humorous,

Talking Parrot

to talking parrot
depends on  owners culture 
to speak well, badly...