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Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: humor,

Robin and His Merry Men's Night Out

Robin treated his men down at the inn
To sexy wenches, food, mead and some gin
All got drunk on the mead
Then got high on the weed
Friar Tuck said “it’s not right it’s a sin.”

Robin’s outlaws were enjoying the night
And with the sheriffs men started a fight
The men ran for their lives
There was lots of high fives
The peasants cheered at this comical sight.

Written 31st January 2019
For limerick 3 contest
Sponsored by Joseph May.

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: humorous,

Robin Hood's In the Hood

A young fellow in our neighborhood
ran around claiming, “I’m Robin Hood.
When we rob from the rich,
our positions we’ll switch.”
Well, of course, he was up to no good.

Some delinquents soon followed his lead.
They were merry men. Merry indeed!
After each nightly raid,
in the camp they had made,
they’d get high on their exploits and weed!

Jan. 30, 2019 for Joseph May's Limerick 3 Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by Geoffrey Brewer |
Categories: humor,

Robin Hood

Robin Hood and merry men took great delights
In protection of the peasants and their rights
But what really gave them pleasure 
And which emphasised their measure
Was cavorting through the forest wearing tights

31 January 2019

Poem Details | by Jack Clark |
Categories: funny, hilarious, humor, humorous,

Batman and Robin

Batman and Robin were done!
Out cold, on a road, via stun-gun!
-   ‘long came a truck
-   both of them struck
Now it’s just:  “Flatman” and “Ribbon”

Poem Details | by Kim Merryman |
Categories: humorous,

Robin Hood 2

Robin Hood
Did what he could.
He provided for the poor and needy,
By stealing from the rich and greedy.

For Andrea's Clerihew contest

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: confusion, film, funny, humor, humorous, irony, violence,

Batman and Robin


Batman and Robin hit the Joker
But their blow was only a croaker
The Joker hit back
But instead hit Jack
Who said "I'm glad, the Joker's an smoker!

Dorian Petersen Potter
Aka ladydp2000


Poem Details | by Cona Adams |
Categories: bird, humor,

Red Robin

With scarlet breasts
and charcoal backs
they came today
like jumping jacks
and brought our lawn alive.

They passed on by
the seed in place
plus water bath
to pace their chase
in groups of four or five.

I watch one hop
through still-green grass
ignoring me
on every pass
to bob head for his food.

That oil-well bob
to pull with beak
the hapless worm
into his cheek
is uncommonly rude.

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: hero, history, humor, humorous, identity, men,

Robin Hood

If you are robin, you are good.
If even you are Hood.

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: humorous, wife,

Limerick: Once a Roundsman Signed a Round Robin

Limerick : Once a Roundsman signed a round robin

Once a Roundsman signed a round robin
To keep his men from a certain inn
Men called to tell his wife :
At inn he danced to fife
So the wife played high fife with the men*.

•	Pronounced as in England : « min ».

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: allusion, desire, funny,

A Twisted Look At Robin Hood

Let's look at this tale of Robin Hood,
He was far away, being way too good,
Rob the rich, give to the poor,
Maid Marian left open her door,
She was feeling way too generous,
Got it on with little John, no fuss,
Far away was Robin Hood,
Really, he was much too good,
Then in came Friar Tuck,
In with Maid Marian he snuck,
Then they both got it on,
With hyperactive Little John,
Yes, Maid Marian was benevolent,
They, indeed, knew what that meant,
Thus, this twisted tale of Robin Hood,
John, Tuck, and no Robin Hood the good!

Poem Details | by Daire Willow Kia |
Categories: beautiful, funny love, tribute,

A Tribute To Robin Williams the Funniest Man I Ever Knew

A special moment that moves the heart,
a special person a special part,
a special smile to make you laugh,
so many special voices, such a gas,

the deepest deepest sadness, the greatest loss,
a kindness, ancient peace,
a better place, a timeless place,
such great love remains,

and all the lives that touched,
like leaves in the rain,
tears of joy and love,
flowing together, rivers of life,

greatly greatly missed,
Yet, forever in the heart.

Poem Details | by Roger Horsch |
Categories: children, fun, funny,

Robin and His Friend Worm

There is a robin and a worm
Who became best of friends
They seem to have so much fun
And they hope it never ends

Robin always laughed at worm
Cause, he wiggles when they play
It's almost as if my friend worm
Is trying to get away

Robin said, it's starting to rain
And I don't want you to drown
I promise I will keep you dry
By lifting you off the ground

Robin then picked up worm
And swallowed him that day
He ate three or four more worms
And then he flew away

There's a moral to this story
That I bet you haven't heard
It's, if you are a worm
Never trust a bird

Poem Details | by Lu Loo |
Categories: funny,

Robin Williams, Sad Comedian At Heart

Robin Williams,
one of Chicago’s native civilians. 
Became the best comedian in the late seventies,
poor man died from depression’s disease.

Known for his “hyper-comedy”,
Hook, Patch Adams and Jumanji-
though delirious, 
can be serious,
like Dead Poet’s Society.

Forever loved, a man nobody hated, 
a new world of comedy he created!
I bet he’s above full of love and laughter;
embracing an “Awakening” in the everafter.

September 22, 2019
Clerimerick Couplets (Hybrid Form) Poetry Contest
Mark Toney

Poem Details | by Seren Roberts |
Categories: funny,

The Robin

He sits there tweeting merrily
Happy to be alive
Had ate all the seeds he needs
Probably too heavy to fly

So he sits, looking over the view
At what flowers are left to peruse
Cos jack frost has been about
And they have all got the wilting blues.

He fluffs out his chest
Cos someone points the lens
He wants to look his best
When they take a pic of him

He huffs and he puffs
So much so
He fell off his perch
Into the snow

A picture was taken
He wasn't looking his best
Rather bedraggled  in a heap
With a flower across his chest.

Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: funny, humor,

Where's Robin


There was an outlaw the bold Robin Hood
He lived deep in the forest of Sherwood
He thought it was funny
To steal gold and money
But he did it for the Poor’s greater good.

The evil sheriff of Nottingham said
“On a pole I want this rogue outlaw’s head”
So they searched high and low
He was closer than you know 
Fast asleep with maid Marion in bed

Written 31st January 2019

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: adventure, analogy, animal, appreciation, funny,

Robin and Squirrel Frolic-

squirrel and robin at bottom tree frolicking the bird on the back of the squirrel like that on the squirrel's back like a man riding his horse. Imagine that now such a site is that Robin on a squirrel's back 5/5/22 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2022©

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: funny,

Robin Hood

The common folk loved their hero Robin Hood
Who lived with his band deep in the mysterious wood
He took from the rich and gave to the poor
Needless to say, it made the sheriff pretty darned sore..

Poem Details | by Rudolph Rinaldi |
Categories: funny,

Robin Hood and His Merry Band

walking along 
the forest floor
into the woods
to find real Robin Hoods

with their bows in hand
and alms for the poor
backed up 
by their yea saying merry band

the light comes true
between the rows of trees
only to expose 
their padded knees

in the very very back
with coin in a sack
stand the three Mouseketeers
with a man being tortured on a rack

screaming one for all and all for one

while the merry band plays
loved Disney chants 
and the Robin Hoods 
zip up their pants

Poem Details | by Kevin Leake |
Categories: funny

Little Robin Red Breast

Little robin red breast
Perched upon a branch

Saw a wiggly worm 

Doing a belly dance

She chirped away, to warn her prey

And flew towards the ground

Instead of eating up her feast

She joined in with some sound

She chirped him happy Christmas

And kissed him with her beak

Then flew away, this snowy day

She sure is something sweet

© Copyright 24th December 2010 K.C.Leake

Poem Details | by Deborah Burch |
Categories: humor,

Robin Hood

Robin Hood

Rich should 

Be good

deborah burch©11.21.17

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: bird, food, giggle, rainbow,

To the Robin Go the Worms

You marvel at the majestic rainbow
                                     ~ I'll swell my belly with worms

Poem Details | by Kathy Littrell |
Categories: funny, people, social,

Robin Hood

Robin Hood once took a chance
   On teaching his merry men to dance
          He taught them to cha cha
          The young maidens went gaga
    To see the dashing thieves in tight pants

Poem Details | by Seren Roberts |
Categories: funny,

The Robin Part Two

He is now proud of his picture
The one with flower across his chest
Cos it’s the picture of the year
First prize this was the best

So remember just like the robin
The more you huff and puff
The more likely you are to fall
But that’s not enough

Get up, brush yourself down
Shake your feathers dry
You could still be a winner
If you really try.