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

Snake Oil Man

In a covered wagon he travelled west 
For every ailment he had a cure
His miracle oil he claimed was the best 
People he conned were the sick and the poor.

In remote towns he would set up his scam
Helped by two' friends' in the crowd for his trick
Who' volunteered' but were part of the sham
Arthur the cripple and poor sighted Mick.

But they were fed up of his trickery
And exposed him to the crowd in the town 
The conman shouted" Mick what can you see"?
Mick said "nothing, I heard Arthur fall down"

Snake oilman was speechless and he went pale
The townsfolk seized him and threw him in jail.



Written on 30th December 2018

Poem Details | by Ken Duddle |
Categories: funny, mythology, satire,

The Snake

There once was a couple, called Adam and Eve Who a little joke they did conceive They told all, that as they walked They met a snake that talked But the plan backfired when it was believed.


Poem Details | by Seren Roberts |
Categories: funny,

Funny Story Sammy Snake With a Cold For Kids

Sammy snake had a cold
with a nose that was always runny
now where could he keep a hanky
no pockets in his skin life wasn't funny

he tried to spear it on a twig
carried it with his tail
but when he sneezed it shot out
so many times a fail

got his friend hissing Sid
to tie it round his neck
he sneezed  tried to grab it
ended up in such a mess

so decided to let it run
use the leaves to wipe it clean
yuck a Ssssnake with a cold
thank goodness leaves are green.


penned 15 October 2015.

Poem Details | by Timothy Brumley |
Categories: funny

Snake Bit

There once was a banker from Britain

Who sat on a snake and was bitten

    But his assets were apprised

    To have quadrupled in size

While attending nurses were smitten!



                              Timothy I. Brumley

Poem Details | by Renee Kelly |
Categories: faith, funny

Door-To-Door Snake Oil Salesmen

"Let's spread the word of the Lord!" they exclaimed
"Knocking on doors - surely none could be blamed!"
   It's simply a matter of time
   Up the walls we will climb
Our inevitable ire will thus be inflamed


Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: children, funny

Sly Snake

Sly snake what a rakish slither
belly walker cunning talker
Persuade the moon to buy the sky
Charging moonbeams by the hour


**I think this is the first one for me...trying my hand at silly poems for children.
Many thanks to all who take the time to read my works!!
**Thanks CL Thornton for the tips!!~~~

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

A Novel Use For a Plumber's Snake

Pa hankered cheeses of every kind.

   Alas, it placed him in a painful bind!

      "For fast relief", said his wife,

         "Plumber's snakes should ease yer strife!"

            "No thanks!  I'll use Ex-Lax for my behind!"

Robert L.  Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: animal, fantasy, humor, irony,

Sally Snake Bites Her Tongue

Sally snake seethed silently She’d bitten her tongue and it hurt Sally slowly sidled in the sand dunes - Unable to speak but alert The venom it spread through her body She hissed and cursed in her head No antidote for the poison within her Now alas poor Sally snake lies dead 30th June 2016

Poem Details | by Peter Dome |
Categories: animal, funny, horror, humorous,

Snake In the Grrr ***

A man from Bancock
Got a exscruisiating nasty shock
For he was sat on the throne
But he was not alone 
A very large snake
came up from the toilet bowl
And grabbed him on a certain place 
And wouldn't let go
I can imagine his screams
And his face
A tug of war for half an hour or more
Of his hellish day
The Doctors say
He'll be ok
But not sure about his wedding tackle.

''Just been on TV news, you could hear the newsreaders laughing in the background.
Poor mam.'' Always check before you hit the deck.''



Peter Dome. Copyright. 2016. May.

Poem Details | by Sarah Lewry |
Categories: faith, funny, visionary, me,

The Poisonous Snake

You dangerous viper go away
and leave me on my own.
You are a lion and a thief,
trying to steal God's throne.

You shook your fist in anger.
You rebelled against your King.
Someday, Satan, you will pay
for causing me this suffering.

God is angry, Rightfully so.
His creations have turned away.
But his children will rejoice
on the day that Satan pays.

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: animals, funny, imagination, nature, visionary,

Your Nothing But a Snake

slittering reptile
                                           glides cool and so collective
                                                  amidst the rock bed

Poem Details | by Alfonso II Warally Ngengethe Mussabwa Chris |
Categories: 12th grade, africa, analogy, character, education, funny, hope,

How a Snake Lost Hope

I saw 
some mouses 
and
Two multicoulored 
snakes.

The snakes 
Hunted
The mouses.

After seeing those 
Two venomous
And dangerous  
Reptiles , 

I stoped
Labouring the ground 
To chase the snakes.

Luckly one of
Them failed
Into my hands.

It was a victim
With 
No hope to survive 
As it always
Known 
Dangerous 
Animal in many 
Rural communities.
One man took it 
To the far bush, 
And the snake 
Continued to live. 

May 04/2023
By Alfonso Warally Ngengethe
 Mussabwa Chris

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

Snake Bite

Did you hear about the hapless Australian bloke?

'Twas on the evenin' news and folks this ain't no joke!

He was astride the commode and a snake bit his Vienna sausage!

Oh!  The very thought of such!  And if I may create an adage:

"Mates, afore you sit, carefully lift the lid and peer into yer commode,

Or you could be stunned to see a snake, alligator or a grinnin' toad!"

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: humorous,

Charming and Her Pet Snake

Where is your daughter? I asked my new neighbor.
The four-year-old or the ten-year-old?
The one who wants to show me her pet snake.
Oh, that’s Charming. She is in the living room.
I stopped short of the couch where the twelve-foot snake was staring at me.
As if I was a possibility for lunch. She was wound around the four-year-old.
Doesn’t that make you nervous? I asked the mother.
"No," she said. "Should it?"
I nodded my head and left quickly.
Not wanting to know the ending of this story.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: humor, political, satire,

Snake Oil Salesmen

The Duke and the Dauphin 
    two snake-oil salesmen in 'Huck Finn'
  chased by folks brandishing paddles with nails
    ridden plum out of the county on a rail... 

  Joseph R. Biden and Donald J. Trump
    peddling their rancid cologne to the masses
  Such a pair of stubborn mules, those two
    Let's stick their dunderheads in fertilized mule-asses