Funny Narrative Poems

Poetry is no doubt, one of the most effective ways of expressing views and ideas in a pleasant way. In fact, this is the sole way in which a person can express even its harsh views about anything, person or event. All other ways like essays, quotes etc. become aggressive way of revealing ideologies of any particular person. Poetry is not the new way of narrating ideas, but remained a best way of doing all this since ancient time. When we look towards history, we find the names of many remarkable poets in this regard who have narrated poems in very beautiful way. The best genre of these poems that fall in the category of narrative poems is funny poems. Yes, these are the funny narrative poems that can fascinate any person and make its time really fresh and amusing. If you want to go through such funny narrative poems, here is the blog for you.



1. Lovey-dovey, honey puff!

You're a hero, if your wife

Thinks of these words

When they say

Of her husband

And you're not angry!


2. I have entered your room, in search

for something classy and new.

For when I saw your golden

bracelet, I knew exactly what to do.

Forgive me,

for I have taken it.

It was just so pretty and shiny.


3. Stop wasting your presence

If is of no essence

What a precious resource?

Don't attend

If it's just to pretend

Why paste your picture

amidst the vultures?

Irrespective of the culture


4. Thanksgiving is in the tears

that burst like ripe grapes.

Proclaiming, see you next year,

we wave, begin to panic.

With these tears, the further we go

the tighter we are entwined.


5. Hope is the thing with feathers

That perches in the soul,

And sings the tune without the words,

And never stops at all,

And sweetest in the gale is heard;

And sore must be the storm

That could abash the little bird

That kept so many warm.


6. The Great Way has no gate;

there are a thousand paths to it.

If you pass through the barrier,

you walk the universe alone.

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