Funny Poems About Repeated Words or Repeated Words Funny Poems

Humorous and funny Repeated Words poems and/or funny poems about Repeated Words. Read, share, and enjoy these hilarious Repeated Words funny poems! Also, try our sister website's powerful search engine for poems or see our other Repeated Words Poems.

Poem Details | by Mike Gentile |
Categories: food, fun, humor, words,

If You Weren'T Such a Nut Meg

She had so many chances
     Yet she kept muffin it up
Butter intentions were good
     Just not much coffee in her cup

Couldn’t make a good decision
     Too much waffling back and forth
Always peppered with doubt
     Should she head south, no maybe north

Still, she was fun at a party
     I would say, hummus a tune
She’d say, "Icing because I’m happy"
     As the words began to croon

Maybe that’s what’s most important
     Omelet let her off the hook
So she’s always in a pickle
     Doesn’t do things by the book

Once again, I’m gonna help her
     Since she is such a good egg
I said, girl, you’d go much farther
                   If you weren’t such a nut Meg

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: funny,

Words From a Dandelion

I saw your other flowers sprout, so bringing charm, I put down roots. but hating me, you yanked me out. You fool, I'll just bring more recruits!

Poem Details | by Emma Mantle |
Categories: funny, on writing and words

Poets Despair

I despair at writing poetry
I'm not sure I have the skill
Just can't seem to find the words
Or bend them to my will

It's hard to sum up what I mean
And make it sound succinct
So as a poet should I stop
And quietly go extinct?

Should I lay my pen to rest
And let it gather dust?
But something seems to urge me on
To write is now a must!

So putting pen to paper
I'll scribble just for fun
And maybe one day very soon
A poet I'll become!

Poem Details | by Lycia Harding |
Categories: food, fun, humorous, poets, tribute, words, writing,

Andrea's Poem Buffet - Tribute Limerick

A Lyrical Chef we'll call 'Dre',
whips up Writes for her Poem buffet.
She bakes Words into Rhyme
and roasts Prose in the time
it takes most just to cook a Cliché!

This limerick was written for 
my Soup buddy Andrea Dietrich. 
Thank you for your positive 
input and excellent support - 
you are appreciated!. xoxo

Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: addiction, funny, nonsense, simple, word play, words, writing,

I Have a Love Affair With Parenthesis

(don't tell anyone)

Poem Details | by Katrina Salem |
Categories: adventure, art, confusion, daughter, dedication, devotion, fantasy, funny, growing up, happiness, hope, imagination, inspirational, life, love, mystery, nature, on work and working, on writing and words, passion, peace, romance, social, sympathy, teen, thank you, time, travel, tribute, uplifting, visionary, words,

Enigma's Calling

Extraordinary, I am 
Craving for unusual thoughts
Endless exploration without boundary
Understanding  the gift I shouldn't fought
Invisible drawings in my mind
Playing with the words in my head
My passion
The food of my soul
I feel so lucky
The random thoughts
A lifetime companion
A self esteem builder
A goal planner
Be my forever life saver
I write more
I talk less
I want to please
I chose to bore
What tickles me the most
Is to know what I'm for
Thinking is my love
When  my mind goes empty
That's when I hate
My day dreaming lust
Organizing things in my mind
Playing roles of simulation
Where images of art is my vision
And words of attitude is my heart

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: funny, on writing and words, pets,

Lost Words

Sometimes I catch them easily,
The words I'm reaching for;
At other times watch helplessly
As they crash to the floor.
I try to reassemble but
They've landed in a jumble.
I grab too fast for floaters and
My chair and I both tumble.

Susie thinks it is hilarious
And joins into the fun.
Before she hears my "stop", she has
Already swallowed one.
I am truly very sorry
There are no poems from me.
You will know why when I tell you
My dog ate my poetry.

Won 3rd place

Poem Details | by Diana-Marie Bombardieri |
Categories: funny, on writing and words, , cute,


whopping bully
torments soupers fully
picks on others writes
although her writing bites

great big bully
eyes must be woolly
she attempts hurt
with words curt

Diana-Marie Bombardieri
January 29, 2012
Contest - Clerihew 2

“poetry is freedom of expression. Soupers should feel free to share their innermost thoughts without fear of being persecuted. Nobody likes a bully. If you do not have something nice or constructive to say, don’t say it”.

Poem Details | by Sean Kelly |
Categories: funny, on writing and words,

A Fathima - Limerick .

The poetry priestess Dawood 
Donned her Bowler ,as only she could .
But a bad Irish breeze
Jellied her knees .
Still her squiggly scarf wrapped her  GOOD !!!!

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: bullying, humorous, irony,

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

A quiet teenager named Tina Had bullies use words to demean her But my memory lingers cos she stuck up two fingers then pushed them into the marina! 3/20/18

Poem Details | by Darlene Gifford |
Categories: humorous,

Playing With Words

I found a word inside my head.
It would not go away.
It pounced into my life,
where I watched it purr and play.

It wrapped its fur around my feet,
and then around my pen.
And now it feels quite welcome,
to bring her friends right in.

So when a word,
or worlds of words,
stick in your mind and stay,
give them a home in a
story or a poem,
and let them loose to play.

Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: funny, humor, poetry, words,

Let's Laugh

"Oh, woe is me," so long, my words have slept
Where once they freely frolicked in the light
Dark shadows past and present danced in step
Now darkness shrouds them from this poet's sight

I see the countless colors of twilight
I sat in silence as the seasons changed
I've felt an inner peace in soft moonlight
Somewhere in there, the words became estranged

Yet, I know some will say I am deranged
That words just simply do not go to sleep
I hope when they awake, they've rearranged
In verses rhythmic, colorful, and deep

Some days when urges come, the words do not
I wonder, "Do you think it is the pot?"

   by Daniel Turner

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous, words,

Brit Speak

You call it a diaper – I call it a nappy Whatever the name the result’s often crappy! I call it a handbag; you call it a purse But if it got stolen I’m sure that we’d curse You call it jelly and we call it jam I like it on toast whenever I can To me buns are something tasty to eat For you it is buttocks you place on a seat We call it petrol you folks call it gas I thought gas was something you pass from your ‘***’ I call them knickers and you call them panties I just hope they are sexy and not like my aunties I hope that this poem in ‘Brit speak’ has been fun Now when I read poems I can understand every one 3rd June 2015

Poem Details | by William Robinson |
Categories: funny, history, on writing and words,

Ahead of His Time

Young Shakespeare didst say to his tutor,
"Methinks I wouldst be much astuter,
And per chance, I wouldst say,
Mightest write a screen play,
If some fool wouldst invent the computer."

Poem Details | by Gerard Keogh Jr. |
Categories: funny, on writing and words, people


G ood God! How I’ve tried,

E ven outright denied

M any times the persona you see.

I nside of my skin,

N either conscience nor kin,

I have you and yes, you and that’s me!

Poem Details | by Viv Wigley |
Categories: humor, word play,

Ten Words Ten Lines

Anomaly don't enter contests like this
the style is a bit avant-garde,
I'm a bit of an oldie, preferring baroque
and finding this bona fide hard.
The cacophony of words dancing round in my head,
carte blanche to use this ten word list,
this is my third attempt, seems a bit deja-vu
but my dilettante side can't resist.
Not sure if I can do this write with elan
but hey-ho, ennui go.

For contest 'Ten words, ten lines2', sponsor Silent One
January 23rd 2018

Poem Details | by Joseph May |
Categories: funny, words, write, write,

I Wish I Was a Poet

I wish  I was a poet
a surgeon of verse many would know it
how do they express the sublime
with graceful words that don't even rhyme
it's amazing how they do it
I marvel at the beauty of a poem's spirit
maybe I could even write a  poem
should it be jagged or should I flow it
I don't know I'm trying to think
I'm getting closer I'm on the brink
here it goes, it may be lame
but I write this poem just the same
the words aren't graceful, yes I know it
I'm  still wishing I was a poet

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: for him, humorous, tribute, words, work,

The Call Guy Dedicated To Stephen Pennell

Steve works in a call center to earn an honest bob but some days he can't believe the words that flow from some folks gob They cus and curse Then eff and blind - you'd not believe your ears and if he wasn't made of sterner stuff he'd leave the room in tears! I said to him when folks are rude to remember the golden rule Just imagine them sitting in the nude that way you'll keep your cool! So when they rant and scream and shout He thinks of his meager pay but still tries his best to sort them out and ends the call with 'have a nice day'! Posted with the kind permission of Stephen Pennell 10~16~16

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous, poetry, words,

Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia - Don'T Let the Title Put You Off Reading

The sponsor chose words I’ve never heard of before So if I don’t win the contest I’ll declare he’s a bore It’s axiomatic that I’ve an altruistic attitude But I don’t give a fig if folks think that I’m rude! I’ll sign a declaration of my asseveration Then bare my teeth like an angry Alsatian! Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is the fear of long words Is this word some kind of cynical joke aimed at dim witted nerds! REQUIRED WORDS axiomatic, altruistic, asseveration Tongue firmly in cheek poem for contest Triple A Challenge Sponsored by Robert Haigh 4/15/18

Poem Details | by Christina Fell |
Categories: funny, imagination, on writing and words, words, me, me,

These Words

All these words and all these lines
Just keep running through my mind
By the dozens, they drown out sound
And force me to quickly write them down
Lines and lyrics in poetic rhyme
Written within record time
Words so simple and plain to me
Can bring a smile or a tear you see
Though these are more 
Than mere words to me
It is a part of my soul,
From way down deep
So please excuse me 
While I let it all out
Or these words will drive me crazy
Without any doubt!

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: happy, humorous, muse, poetry,

One Hundred and One Words - For Contest

Casarah wants us to write happy That’s not an easy job My fickle muse has left me She’s turned into quite a snob She won’t let me write a poem that’s funny Not even a short limerick Now my world is dark not sunny I’m feeling a little bit sick So I’ve locked her in a cupboard She’s wailing and creating a fuss Her plans to gag me are scuppered I’ve just GOT to write humourous My capricious muse is locked away I can hear her starting to cry I’ll let her out one day That doesn’t end with a Y! Contest One hundred and one words - CHECKED WITH WORD COUNTER Sponsor Casarah Nance 31st August 2015

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,

Stuck For Words

Once knew this dude named Bartholomew Who tried mending everything with superglue Now this is quite yucca Got some in his cuppa He was stuck for words in an interview © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Terry L. Allen |
Categories: funny, on writing and words,


The cessation
and alleviation
of the causation
of irritation 
is the clarification
of information
or the realization
the situation
in contemplation
is a manifestation
without liberation
except termination
of your fixation.

I wrote this in 2003 and it was the first of it's kind known at the time.

Poem Details | by Mariana Pavlich |
Categories: education, funny, imagination, on writing and words, passion,

What Is Poetry But Text...

Sensitive ears of nature I have 
Poetry is not the sight of words 
but the sound.

Spoken,sung or played on a guitar...
Human, machine,instrument or nature.
Any of these are cool as long
as they're written down.

A flute playing, a bird singing ,
a car engine starting. 
Someone whipping , chopping,
cooking in the kitchen.

Hear it first, then write it down.
For what is poetry but the text 
the sound that you've found?

Poem Details | by Marycile Beer |
Categories: funny, imagination, on writing and words,

Figure It Out

Time has come 
For me to put paper to pen,
Or is it pen to paper?
If I put paper to pen
Is it on top or down below?
If I put pen to paper
Which direction does it go?

I opt for the one 
Where I sit down to write,
Not the one
Where I stand on my head all night.

If I can't figure this out real soon
I fear my poetic days are doomed.
Looks like there's only one way to win
I'll drag out my typewriter
And start over again.