Funny anniversary poems can make your card more enjoyable and are a terrific way to lighten up a speech at a party or family gathering.
Funny Anniversary Poems
One of the most significant days in life is an anniversary. This day brings back a wonderful memory from a time when we had a solid and loving connection.
Here are some funny anniversary poems for wedding anniversaries to help you smile while you reflect on the past and your own passion.
We have gathered a number of funny anniversary poems that will both deepen the bond between husband and wife and make them laugh.
1. Happily Married by Kim Merryman
Thirty-four years we’ve been married,
and our life together has been varied.
But our love just keeps growing,
so this I am knowing,
we’ll be together until we’re buried!
Now if that’s not okay with you, dear,
let me make myself perfectly clear:
you are stuck with me like glue,
and there’s nothing you can do.
So take that and stick it in your ear!
2. McGee Pleads The 50th by Jerry T Curtis
The boys were sitting all around the table with McGee
As he took to task to pour the glass of every man he’d see
“It’s my anniversary” he would boast and say it loud
“50 years of married bliss” He shouted to the crowd
Remembering his first one he lean toward good Ole’ Finn
“A trip to Hawaii, was the gift I gave her then”
Finn said “After 50 years what gift could she now lack ?”
McGee just smiled and softy said,” I think I’ll bring her back”
3. Sitting On The Swing by Faire Lucas
laughing a joyous laugh
a giggle escapes my mouth’s path
swinging on this swing i do
another swing here by you
with the sky as dark as my mother’s hair
playing here then playing there
with one small swing takes another flight
im here with you on this wonderful night
4. Anniversary Card by John Coopey
I splashed out on this greetings card,
It cost me 50p,
I thought that you were worth it,
For putting up with me.
But yours, I know, will cost far more,
(Perhaps a quid or two),
But that’s because I’m worth far more,
For putting up with you.
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5. Dear Michelle by Anthony Scandrick II
You almost had me,
I wanted you,
The way you stuck to me like super glue,
I was feeling you,
But I knew,
I could never have you,
But, the way you looked at me,
The way my body pleads,
We can never be,
Because I’m too old,
And your only thirteen.
6. If I Could Back In Time by Joanna Fuchs
If I could go back in time today,
Way before we met,
I’d search and find you right way,
To form our loving duet.
Far, far back, I’d go for you,
To marry you much sooner;
We’d tie the knot, and you would be,
My amorous honeymooner.
I love our anniversary now;
I’m Happier every year;
I just wish there’d been more time,
For me to love you, Dear!
7. Money Chain by Cona Adams
My parents’ repeated refrain –
“Money doesn’t grow on trees.”
In my dreams, a lush tree grew
with leaves of high numbers,
nothing under a twenty.
On our 25th Anniversary,
our church threw
a surprise party.
After the pot-luck dinner,
a gaily wrapped gift box
sported a top slit, waving
a bit of green. As we pulled,
a chain of bills roped up
through the slot, coiling
ribbons of green.
I had seen “Money Trees”
as special occasion gifts,
but for the one and only
time, we experienced the gift
of “Money in a Box.”
8. 12 Days Of Kiss-Mas by Anna-Marie Docherty
On the 12th day of kiss-mass my true love sent to me
12 dirty undies
11 socks a stinking
10 shoes a humming
9 shirts for pressing
7 days of take-out boxes
6 flagons of beer
5 D V D’s
4 mischievous children
3 dozen wine bottles
2 ex partners
and an engagement ring under the tree
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9. Red Cheeks. ( Both Sets.) by Gerard Keogh Jr.
After tossing back too many shots,
My tummy got tied up in knots.
But the outhouse fell down,
now a king with no crown,
I cover up where I must: “Thank You Scotts’!”
10. Anniversary Bubbles by Lee Ramage
Put on a new dress, was looking really hot,
Dyed my hair with several blonde highlights,
Applied my MAC makeup… ooh-la-la,
I’m singing Al Greene, “So In Love With You”
Its our wedding anniversary, 29th and you knew
Bubbles overflow from the champagne bottle
You beckon me to come hither into our room
Which shoes to wear… oh you burst my bubble!
11. Squeaky Clean Floors of Teak by Marie Harrison
Squeaky Clean Floors of Teak
All clean and shiny is my teak
When they step on my
Glossy black my heart leaps
Joyous smiles deep down my timbers leak
You can see your face and physique
When you look at me
Don’t walk on me with your dirty feet
Shhh….. Whisper when you speak
If you’re real quiet you’ll hear me squeak.
12. Mystery Solved by May Fenn
I saw a little button,
It was lying on the floor,
I wondered who had lost it
And looked around for more.
It hadn’t come from Donna
Or from Stuart’s nice new shirt,
And it wasn’t Kelly’s button
That was lying in the dirt.
I couldn’t find who lost it
I had a worried frown.
But now I know the answer,
My trousers just fell down.
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13. Valentine by Trevor McLeod
No valentine on Valentine’s.
I haven’t met one yet.
Each year I wait another
for a person I’ve not met.
There’s nothing I’ve done wrong:
yet waiting is in vain.
And all that’s left is hope
that love’s a ball and chain.
14. Oo La Ween! by James Fraser
Welcome to my naughty Halloween
Meet my dark and beautiful dream
On this night she’s a witch
But by day not a stitch
So she’s a stripper, but she’s still my Queen
15. I Love You by Jaquay Atkins
Often, I have uttered these words to myself
Your feminity has entranced my manhood
My vision is focused on your subject matter
A quick study of a woman’s psychology
I feel you with my mind, and touch you with my eyes
Senses are heightened in your very presence
Soon, I will utter the ultimate words of encouragement
Constant admiration for your hidden strengths
Instant chemistry between us has changed our biology
Soon, I will hold you tight and recite the following;
Baby, I love you
Every relationship needs to celebrate anniversaries. They support our memories of the past and our aspirations for the future. They serve as a reminder that there is a reason to celebrate, remember, and live. It’s a season for giving gifts, dining out, and enjoying time with loved ones.
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