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Jack and Jill – A Horror Story

Jack and Jill went out to kill Vampires they saught to slaughter… But Jack stabbed Jill On top of the Hill… Said …

Give Stonehenge Back to the Irish!

One legend states the stones of Stonehenge came from Killare in Westmeath, the Hill of Uisneach. When Merlins army failed to take them by force, he took them by majic, wanting “The Giants Ring” to make a monument to an army of his that died in battle.

Another legend says a Westmeath woman sold them to the devil. Which is true? We explore in rhyme…

Willie Rimes Goes to Confession

  A legend in his own lifetime Afraid he’d go to hell The bold Willie went in to the church All his …

The Tithe Child of Romsey

One tenth of all – the parsons share From cows in pasture to poultry flock From grain blowing in the breeze To …

Once Upon A Time in Ballinasloe

Once upon a time in Ballinasloe Bollick naked our hero was seen Lying in a mess of his own making Bawling relentless …

Flanagan and the Lampost

Based on the story of an unfortunate from Kinnitty who got arrested trying to fight a lampost, got arrested, and told everyone …

Blinded By Pokemon

I went walking with the housemate who never walks a few mornings back… looking for Pokemon. She didnt see the cat running …

First Day at School

I can’t remember my first day at school in Saint Rynaghs in Banagher (of the famed Annual Horse Fair). So when folk …

Us Men May Be Swine After All

Hes a sexist one, ignorant one or dirty one As he “admire” women on calendars as beer he swigs… Ah yes, the …

Willie Rimes Gets Married

Willie Rimes fled to London, of the guards he was afraid He might we arrested after his antics at the St Patricks …

Some House Party In Heaven

They are having some house party in Heaven All of the greats they were playing The Devil enjoyed the music drifting through …

The Great Mcgonagall

William “Topaz” Mc Gonnagle was poet from Dundee, who discovered he could make a rhyme at the grand old age of 52 …

Willie Rimes and the Crock of Gold

The morning after St Patricks Day the bould Willie awoke, “Jesus Mary and Joseph” where the first words he spoke, All thoughts …

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