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Poem Details | by Nick Armbrister Jimmy Boom Semtex |
Categories: animal, character, funny,

Purple Guinea Pig

Purple Guinea Pig
Growl growl bite bite goes the guinea pig
As she rips out your fecking throat
The fierce guinea pig purple in colour
Not to be fecked with or name called
She'll hunt you down and kill ya!
And talks like a real American
The purple guinea pig who growls
Straight from the chest
Hear her and you're screwed
Get ready to be eaten
Purple guinea pig style!

CC 191 2020 

Poem Details | by Sharon Smith |
Categories: animals, children, funny,

There Once Was a Pig

There once was a pig who would try,
To jump off the ground and to fly,
The result was the same,
'Til he bought a plane,
And left his friends waving goodbye!

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

Oh, the Life of a Pig

I is as dirty as dirty can be
Cause I is just a pig you see
I wallow around in my lovely sty
Your cleanliness rules just don’t apply
I love the mud, that gooey stuff
And as to the odor, I can’t get enough
The stuff they feed me, you call it slop
Well, I think it’s great, really tip- top
I have no worries, no not a one
But the dog just said ,”Go on, have fun-
For if I’m not mistaken,
                   You soon will be bacon..”


Poem Details | by Gary Wayne Hill |
Categories: children, kids, funny, grandson,

Typically Luke Poem 5 - Greedy Little Pig

Luke treats eating like a contest An all that you can eat Luke scoffs down everything Fills himself down to his feet Today he swallowed down six doughnuts He gobbled up some pies He munched his way through a chocolate cake Two hamburgers and some fries Luke was very pleased with himself Acting like he’d won the cup But then everything he’d eaten Just came right back up Though we did present him with a prize But for Luke it caused more distress As we handed him a mop and bucket To clean up all the mess. And it did him no good complaining That his tummy hurts This greedy little pig Got his just deserts.

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: funny

A Guy and His Pig

Poor Bob was a kind of a dork He kept eating soup with a fork We wasn't to bright Sad was his plight When he took his pig to New York

Poem Details | by Cecil Hickman |
Categories: funny, life, nostalgia,

Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny, Gpss

I’m hunting wabbits , are you going too.
Da duh da duh da downtown is a clue.
Watch out for that, doc.
I’ll think I will walk.
Ti, ti, ti, turn quick, wha, wha, what  I do.  

written for
Sponsor Carolyn Devonshire 
Contest Name Techno-Limericks

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: funny, humor,

A Pig In a Poke

A Pig in a Poke--Cheese & Whine

A pretty girl named Mary Crary
And her sweetheart wanted to marry.
Her daddy said, “Take her
But do not forsake her
When you find that Mary’s contrary”.

Poem Details | by Alex Klugman |
Categories: funny,

The Difference Between a Man and a Pig Is Big

The difference between a man and a pig is big.
Which one particular ?.... Children can answer.
Even if  you pour wine into the throat of a pig,
To become a man pig have not got a chance!

Poem Details | by Ronald Bingham |
Categories: funny,

Pig Latin Revised

Oday ouyay owknay igpay atinlay?
Ethay irlgay oreway away essdray ofway atinsay.
Away ongsay ofway ovelay eshay angsay osay eetsway,
Idday ouyay enjoyway isthay ittlelay eattray?

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: animals, food, funny

Pig In the Poke.

“Pig in the Poke.”

There once was a pig that liked Cokes.
He usually partied; told jokes.
One day he woke up.
Drank mud from his cup.
Then, he choked; poor pig in the poke.

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 30, 2010

Poetic form:  Limerick

Poem Details | by Kitty Lou |
Categories: humorous,

The Breakfast Pig

If you give a pig a pancake
In hopes that he will cheer-up
Don’t forget the butter
And lots of maple syrup
You can offer him some toast
A knife, a spoon and fork
But please don't offer bacon
Because pigs will not eat pork!

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, environment, funny,

Lets Have a Puppy Pig Party

Let’s have a puppy party!
No. Let’s have a pig party.
Let’s have a puppy pig pancake party.
YAY! The kindergarteners cheered.
Let’s have a wizard party.
No. Let’s have a wild party.
Can we have a wild wizard party?
Why not?
Because I have a wizard, and there is nothing wild about him.
First grade.
A whole different story.
Compromise is not easily obtained now.
Let’s have a Scarecrow party.
That’s lame.
Let’s have a Fish party.
No one wants that!
Second graders have suddenly turned a lot more cynical.
I have no idea what is going to happen when sixth graders start to party plan,
But I doubt it will be pretty.

Poem Details | by Connie Pachecho |
Categories: allegory, humor,

Lipstick On a Pig- Monoku 5-Cliche

connie you dress up your poems beautiful-still it squeaks and squirms

Lipstick on a pig-
Monoku 5-cliche

connie pachecho


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Poem Details | by Kristin Baker |
Categories: animals, death, food, funny

Cry Pig

Cry pig because you’re about to be slaughtered
Cry pig because people will begin to eat you shortly
Cry pig because you will be in a frying pan soon
Cry pig because you will be served in restaurants tomorrow
Cry pig because you will no longer be with your family
Cry pig because your children will be next
Cry pig because you will suffer through pain to achieve our hunger
Cry pig because you will never die of natural causes
Cry pig because you will no longer have feelings
Cry pig because you will no longer have emotions
Cry pig because your life is over
Cry pig because ours have just begun

Written November 23, 2008

Poem Details | by Dawn Drickman |
Categories: animals, children, funny, nature,

The Pig

Oinking, squealing pigs
Their sounds are not mistaken
Do you think it’s because they know
Soon they’ll be chops, ham and bacon?

Poem Details | by Randy Johnson |
Categories: angst, animals, funny,

You Raped My Pig

(This is a fictional poem)

You should be arrested and thrown in the brig.
You came to my house and raped my pig.
I was wondering what was making my pig squeal.
When I saw what you were doing to her, it made me ill.
My pig just gave birth and you are the dad.
I puked when I saw what she had.
Her babies have the bodies of a pig and the heads of a man.
I'm going to get rid of these freaks as fast as I can.
My patience is like my hair, it's getting very thin.
I'll shoot you if you ever come near my pig again.

Poem Details | by Jennifer Smith |
Categories: funny, me,

Rat and Pig Or You and Me

you've heard me speak of zodiacs
your face is giving weird looks
with me staring right on back
so i started to read in one of my books

it's one of the books with signs in chinese
"so surprising" not what you'd expect
so i'm breaking you in with a tender ease
but with total honesty and respect

now i'll proberbly be causing myself alot of strife
but it says your a typical pig
no honest on my mundane life
not only that but it's written quite big

well i thought that sounded quite bad
my sign said i'm worse than that
when i turnt over the page and how sad
i ended up being a bloody rat!!!!

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: humorous, ireland,

I Need a Pig For the St Pat Jig

For a St Patty’s day jig I need a pink pig.
His dog was irritated. His name was Quig.
I can dance a jig, just give me a swig.
His master shook his head, off popped his wig.

I need a jazzy curly-tailed dancer, he said to Quig.
The only one good enough will have to be a pig.
I can dance any way you want; I can do a jig!
I can zag, I can sashay, I can slide, and I can zig

His master took another swig of his cig.
Your ideas are admirable, your loyalty is big.
You go take the test for me tomorrow in trig.
I will be finding a pig to dance the Irish jig.