Poem: The Birthday of the Bell Boy's Mum
'Happy birthday, and all that!'
said the bell boy to his mum.
'Here, I've bought you this black cat
with which to have some fun!'
His mother looked at him in shock
and slapped him 'bout the face.
'I should send you to the stocks!
Your present's a disgrace!'
'I deserve a golden throne
upon which I shall sit,
a tea set, and some cherry scones
whose pips at you I'd spit.'
'That seems a little odd, dear mum'
the boy said, cheek a-glowing.
'I think I'd better have that rum,
before you start up-throwing.'
Other Humerous Poems by me
- Poem: Nine in the Morning Mental ramble on a Christmas theme
A poem inspired by a cold office morning in the lead up to Christmas
- A trio of lymericks on the theme of birthdays
I was wrapping presents for a birthday one year and these three little limericks popped into existence. Enjoy.
- A nonsense poem: The love of Orpius was Joysome
A romantic nonsense poem about how two monsters met and fell in love.