Funny Poems about Life
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Funny Poems about Life – 10 Poems to Educate You on Your Journey

Funny Poems about Life Will give you something to think about. The complication of life and how most times you can find fun in the most tragic experience of line.

Many who can see the humor in life and take life lightly will do their best in the situations they have been given.

Let’s take a look at some of these poems

1. Title: “Most Beautiful Woman in the World

No special talent in her guise,
No beauty mark to emphasize.
No patented invention’s claim,
No voice like a lark’s sweet aim.

No hourglass, no sunbeam smile,
No mystique lingers for a while.
No manicured nails in a file,
Yet, she flaunts her unique style.

With fur-lined grace, chic on display,
Like a model on a runway.
Flashing her soul so beautiful,
Defying norms, she’s exceptional.

In a world obsessed with surface gleam,
She proves true beauty is unseen.
No need for layers to extol,
Her authenticity takes the stroll.

Most Beautiful Woman in the World - Funny Poem about Life

2. Title: “Life and Laughter”

Life is brimming with simple joys,
Let’s share laughter that employs,
Giggles and guffaws, a playful spree,
Bring forth those happy sounds—hooray!

A silly show, let it unfold,
Unmatched hilarity to be told.
Laughter, a balm that brings us ease,
With joyous laughter, life appease.

In moments where pleasure finds its place,
A shared chuckle, a warm embrace.
Through joyous sound, our hearts align,
Laughter, the language that intertwines.

So, find the time for mirth and cheer,
In laughter’s embrace, draw near.
For in the chorus of joy’s decree,
Life’s melody finds harmony.

Life and Laughter - Funny Poems about Life

3. Title: “Have You Ever Seen”

Have you glimpsed a sheet on a river’s bed?
Or a single hair from a hammer’s head?
Does the foot of a mountain have any toes?
And are there pairs of garden hose?

Does a needle ever give a wink?
Why won’t a building’s wing take a flink?
Can you tickle a parasol’s ribs?
Or open a tree trunk, as it is?

Will the rake’s teeth ever bite?
Do clock hands have left or right?
Can a garden plot be deep and dark?
What’s the sound of the birch tree’s bark?

As mysteries linger, questions embark,
In the whimsical dance of the world’s remark.
Through the riddles, curiosity sparks,
Nature’s enigma, a gallery of sparks.

Have You Ever Seen - Funny Poems about Life

4. Title: “Rise With a Grin”

As dawn breaks, greet with a grin,
Opt for laughter, not a dreary chin.
The day unfolds, seize the chance,
With coffee or tea, let joy enhance.

Embrace the light like morning dew,
Sing with birds, let joy accrue.
Each day’s dawn, a fresh debut,
Good morning to you! Howdy-do!

In the sun’s warm embrace, take delight,
Banish worries, let your spirits take flight.
With each sunrise, a chance to renew,
A symphony of hope, in skies so blue.

So, rise each morn with spirits high,
Embrace the day, beneath the sky.
Let joy be your morning’s cue,
Good morning to you! Howdy-do!

Rise With a Grin - Funny Poems about Life

5. Title: “Time Keeps Moving”

Life sees time move on, in ceaseless flight,
Yet, I’m caught in this fragile plight.
The reflection isn’t what it once was,
Youthful vigor now just a distant buzz.

Old age, not for the meek or mild,
Years have flown by, like a story compiled.
As lines appear and grey hairs sprout,
A pint of courage helps me live it out.

Wrinkles, signs of wisdom’s call,
I’ll make the most of life, despite it all.
As another birthday comes around,
The number, my age, leaves me astound!

In the mirror’s gaze, stories unfold,
Each wrinkle a tale, memories to hold.
With resilience, facing time’s rebound,
I embrace the years, my life profound.

Time Keeps Moving - Funny Poems about Life

6. Title: “What Life Should Be

To learn while still a child
What this life is meant to be.
To know it goes beyond myself,
It’s so much more than me.

To still stand up with courage,
Though standing on my own.
To still get up and face each day,
Even when I feel alone.

To try to understand the ones
That no one cares to know.
And make them feel some value
When the world has let them go.

To live a life that matters,
To be someone of great worth.
To love and be loved in return
And make my mark on Earth.

What Life Should Be - Funnu Poems about Life

7. Title: “Life’s Choices

Life is full of choices
Make sure you pick the right one
Don’t listen to the voices
Hear only yours and you have won

Many people will tell you
You need to change your looks
Don’t take to heart their view
Fabulous bods are found only in books

There is only one voice
That you should listen to
It will help make the right choice
That is perfect just for you

Your looks are your own
Someone will always love you
You will never be alone
Look in the mirror and you’ll see who.

Life's Choices - Funny Poems about Life

8. Title: “Tomorrow

Tomorrow smile at someone
That you’ve never seen before.
Take time to think of others that
You feel compassion for.

Tomorrow tell somebody
How they brighten up your day.
Let random acts of kindness
Put your feelings on display.

Tomorrow hug your children
Somewhat tighter than before.
Be sure to think of all the things
You can be thankful for.

Pat your dog a little longer.
Hug and kiss your husband/wife.
Thank your God for granting you
Another day of life.

Tomorrow - Funny Poems about Life

9. Title: “Different

How are we so “different”?
If “different” is just a thing.
If we all have certain features,
What does “different” bring?

People filled with hatred,
Can’t possibly see,
That there’s not really “differences”
Between you and me.

Looks can’t show “difference”,
If they’re just there to be seen.
If you don’t look like someone else,
Why are they so mean?

If being “different” is what is wrong,
I’d rather not be right.
And I’d want to finish living,
Doing the “different” fight.

Different - Funny Poems about Life

10. Title: “Opportunity

With doubt and dismay you are smitten
You think there’s no chance for you, son?
Why, the best books haven’t been written,
The best race hasn’t been run,

The best score hasn’t been made yet,
The best song hasn’t been sung,
The best tune hasn’t been played yet,
Cheer up, for the world is young!

No chance? Why the world is just eager
For things that you ought to create,
It’s store of true wealth is still meager,
It’s needs are incessant and great,

Don’t worry and fret, faint hearted,
The chances have just begun,
For the best jobs haven’t been started,
The best work hasn’t been done.

Opportunity - Funny Poems about Life

11. Title: “Dessert Last”

Share your thoughts with me, do,
About dessert, the finale in our menu.
After a hearty course, so vast,
Dessert finds no room, a culinary contrast.

Favorite of all meals, dessert’s appeal,
An anticipation we all keenly feel.
Mouth-watering and oh, so sweet,
Skipping it feels like a culinary defeat.

In life, tasks may need to wait,
Or be set aside, a temporary state.
Sometimes dessert’s put on hold,
Disappointment and a feeling uncontrolled.

But it need not always be so,
Missing out on goodness is a low blow.
Life’s brief, let’s not be coerced,
Why not savor dessert first?

Dessert Last - Funny Poems about Life

12. Title: “Sweets”

One joy that always lifts my mood,
Indulging in treats, a blissful interlude.
A hefty slice of cake, cookies so divine,
Witness my stomach expand, a sugary sign!

Pies and pastries, a delectable endeavor,
Hot cross buns, a taste to savor.
I munch away until nothing remains,
Yet, consequences linger in digestive strains!

Will this sweet tooth ever take its leave?
A question that my ponderings weave.
Health may yearn for a different stance,
But my taste buds crave the next sweet dance!

I know a day will come, a sweet-free fate,
When sugary delights won’t make my plate.
Until then, my stomach won’t stay quiet,
For sweets, it continues to riot!

Sweets - Funny Poems about Life

13. Title: “Not I”

Some savor a drink,
In a pint pot they link.
Some prefer to think,
Others, a mental brink.

Strong Dutch cheese may please,
Old Kentucky Rye with ease.
Some find joy in these,
Not my palate’s expertise.

Poe may captivate a mind,
Scott, for others, a literary find.
Mrs. Stowe’s tales unwind,
Some appreciate, while others mind.

Laughter or tears draw nigh,
Chaffing banter may apply.
To each their own, oh my,
In these preferences, I defy.

Not I - Funny Poems about Life

14. Title: “Yes! No!”

My turn signal, a glitch it bore,
Seeking aid from a friend, not to ignore.
“Stand behind the car,” I implore,
“Let’s resolve this issue, explore.”

“When I signal a turn, eyes sharp and keen,
Let me know if the light is seen.”
I flicked the blinker, sound serene,
“Yes! No! Yes! No! Yes! No!” in between.

A collaborative effort, problem unveiled,
Through the call-and-response, truth prevailed.
The blinker’s verdict, loudly hailed,
“Yes or no,” the signal exhaled.

With each flicker, a judgment grand,
A diagnostic dance, hand in hand.
Tackling issues, a united stand,
“Yes or no,” the verdict, unplanned.

Yes! No! - Funny Poems about Life

15. Title: “Toilet Strategy”

A little boy perched on the toilet seat,
There he lingered, a prolonged feat.
His mom, concerned, stepped in to see,
Thought something amiss it might be.

He’d sit and sigh, sit and sigh,
Then a tap on his head, oh, my!
“Why this peculiar ritual?” she inquired,
“Works for ketchup,” he proudly inspired.

In the bathroom, a mystery unfolds,
A head-slap tradition, as the story holds.
Curiosity piqued, his mother implored,
In ketchup’s name, the act was adored.

A chuckle escaped as the boy explained,
Ketchup persuasion in his mind retained.
A quirk revealed, in the toilet’s domain,
A ritual quirky, yet not in vain.

Toilet Strategy - Funny Poems about Life

Life is increasingly complex in the way it reveals itself to us. We are drawn to the pleasurable aspects of life and can’t help but accept the more difficult sides of our existence.

There is lots of pain and anguish but never is life without beauty and the potential for happiness.

These poems about life will introduce you to the complex nature of other people’s lives with the hopes of giving you more sympathy and love for yours.

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