Funny Poems About Silver or Silver Funny Poems

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Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: age, beauty, funny, hair, old, silly, silver,

No Blue Hair

No blue hair or curls for me. I’ll grow old naturally. Hanging breasts and flattened bum, crooked teeth and graying gum. Sagging knees and chicken skin, sunny spots and double chin. Silver streaks through thinning hair, dimming eyesight no repair. Crinkly crow’s eyes and flat feet singing as the Maker I meet. I don’t care what you say, I can’t hear you anyway.

Poem Details | by Anne-Lise Andresen |
Categories: age, humor, uplifting,

- My Silver Gray Ferrari -

Never give up, fight if you can

Rheumatism has already attacked joints all over the body

Hands, shoulder, elbow, hip, ankles and knees are not as they once were

You have to fight on ... but is not easy getting old

My brilliant car ... so raw and simple ... a cure for depression

It is not difficult in any way

I just love it ... a real Ferrari puppy

Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
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Poem Details | by Julian Lawson |
Categories: fun, humorous, science fiction, silver,

No Im Not a Robot

How can a robot know?
But I likes a piece of poetry
To set my circuits all aglow,

R2D2's just a drone,
Steve Austin he can barely scan
Robots generally 'e don't rhyme,
But a cyberman 'e can!

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

Born With a Bent Silver Spoon

I'm in fine form on this sunny afternoon Feel like frolicking like a silly baboon What's strange about that Quite normal for this brat Brought into this world with a bent silver spoon © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Elton Camp |
Categories: funny

The Silver Bell

Aunt Elsa’s Maid

By Elton Camp

Aunt Elsa always had a thing to tell
Each visit she picked up a silver bell
“To call my maid, this is what I use.
She comes and does what I choose.”

But, somehow the maid was away
Whenever it was our visiting day
Aunt Elsa had a most ordinary job
Yet she had the demeanor of a snob

But her sophistication she did parade
Continually reminded us of her maid
We all acted just so very impressed
Did no harm to go along, we guessed

We didn’t the actual fact misconstrue
The “maid” when the words were true
Wasn’t a servant the bell could seek
But  a cleaning lady one day a week

Poem Details | by Rachel St.Cross |
Categories: art, humorous, metaphor,

Silver Bells

Glimpsing his velvet silhouette amid the locker rooms shower...
Bronzed beauties masculine muscular physique; hypnotized by surprise ??
This golden stallion stirring emotions deep inside i never knew but could dare deny
Every ripple as every breath; feeling the blood, rushing to my head; making my way 
Unto his stall flowing locks, sandy blonde hair glistening droplets; crystals, hazel eyes. 

................................... * Smile, A Poem For Fun, LOL. ~

Poem Details | by Natasha L Scragg |
Categories: humorous,

Silver Surfer

I saw an old lady at home
Whose habits bizarre when alone!
She thinks she's abroad
On her ironing board
Surfing tides in a wavey zone.

Her arms and her legs were well spread.
Her curlers tucked neat on her head.
Her pearls sparkled bright,
She squealed with delight,
"Well I can't do this when I'm dead!"

Affectionately dubbed "Silver Surfer"
What a spirit for any to care for!
A tonic indeed
When humour's the need,
And for it the board ain't much worse, awe! 

Written 14th July 2022
For the "Limerick" contest
(For a picture of a lady standing on
 an ironing board, poised like a surfer.)
Sponsor: Lisa YY

Poem Details | by Mariana Pavlich |
Categories: funny, imagination, life, dark, dark, silver,

Unicorn Tapestry Gilded Cherubs

A thousand candles around a tranquil green lake
Raindrops began splashing circles into the water
White lead face paint red cinnabar  alibaster skin
Sleek and smooth prominent jaw  amiable smile
Strong Italian accent suits of  silver  Fiddler plays
Unicorn swung its horn fought  the ropes  puffing
Silver hooves crushing the rushes Nostrils flared
Frozen tears around her neck , thick and dark red
A shriek in the courtyard Just a nightmare  Sat up
A silver goblet of spiced  wine nipped her tongue
Hot sweet ginger nutmeg cinnamon Dark lashes

Poem Details | by Justin Abdool |
Categories: cry, hate, humor, jealousy, longing, money, silver,

The Man Named Shane

I once knew a man named Shane
Who didn't have, a chain

He was so damn cold
Cuz he wasn't sold

That drove him so damn insane!



Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: giggle, words,

Silver and Gold

Lollipops and lemon drops
  loll lazy on the tongue

From ten silver fillings ~
  gold 'new words' are sprung


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: humor,

Silver Lining

We prayed to evade Delta Strain
God dumped on us buckets of rain
Trump spoke to the sky:
"There's no need to cry
My tax returns washed down the drain!"

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: giggle,

Born With a Bent Silver Spoon

I'm in fine form on this sunny afternoon Feel like frolicking like a silly old baboon What's strange about that Quite normal for this brat Entered this world with a bent silver spoon

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: giggle, sports, success,

Long Jonn Silver Goes For the Gold

Long John Silver, a hurdler, goes for the gold
Tall and long-legged, he sure fits the mold
   Long John clears every bar
   It's his moment to star --
'Til his 'other long leg' sticks out too far

Poem Details | by Daisy Ward |
Categories: humor,

Silver Mine

He inherited a silver mine
Which had such a beautiful shine
Others heard about his luck
Tried forcing him to buck
Their tricks showed that he had a spine