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Short Giggle poem by Laura Breidenthal| Details | |

Water Balloons

stretching it
balloon breaks on faucet
spray giggles


Short Giggle poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


you do this
i like you twist
give your risk
let swing

Short Giggle poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


don't i ring a bell
can't you tell
or do i smell
and that not cool

Short Giggle poem by Syamala Tadigadapa| Details | |


 Very nice, aren't they 
 How I love peanuts 
 Oh! They are just peas 
 OK, OK, I am nuts

Short Giggle poem by Tara Andre| Details | |

Silly Epitaph 18

Here lies the Rock Climber,
Henry Glenmeadow
Who climbed up ol' Mt. Everest
And then let go.

Short Giggle poem by Ernesto P. Santiago| Details | |

How An Old Man Defines Love

so cool,
it really 
does giggle ones’ heart;
viagra, though, is quite expensive!


Short Giggle poem by fairee nuff| Details | |


I think about you all the time
I think youre really super
I think about you in the bath
and even on the pooper

Short Giggle poem by k k iloduba jnr| Details | |


In every breathe i take,
In every gasp,
In every sigh,
In every giggle,
......there will always be a mention of you!

Short Giggle poem by Hunter Ware| Details | |


Laughter fills the air
And it sets the sun alight
Breathes life into all
It grants us serenity
And we giggle, merry fools.

Short Giggle poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


i lay day by day
watch them play
some lay in the sand
hand to hand
the skin  you can bear
i admit this
am a

Short Giggle poem by fairee nuff| Details | |

chest hair

i love the way your chest hair smells
it makes me feel quite rude
it smells much better than old spice
and mothers home made food

Short Giggle poem by Quentin Ehlinger| Details | |


Little Debbie was never a bore
Even when she sat on the floor
She would giggle away
And always would say
A comment that got to the core

Short Giggle poem by Brianna Lundmark| Details | |

Pickles N' Jam

I like pickles 
I like jam
I like chicken
In a frying pan
They make me giggle
They make me laugh
They make me want 
To take a bath

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Samantha's Tree

Samantha once scampered a tree
To see whatever she could see.
So far up did she boost
That an owl came to roost
On Sammy's precarious knee.

Short Giggle poem by Joyce Johnson| Details | |

A Rising Star

Mr Elisha Oitis
Would be of little notice
Were he not the clever creator
Of the handy elevator.

For John Freeman's Giggle contest.

Short Giggle poem by DrJim Martin| Details | |

Ain't Quite a Saint

She was quiet, quirky,and quaint.
She appeares a genuine saint.
She had them all fooled,
Their appraisal soon cooled,
All of he above-- she ain't.

Short Giggle poem by Jack Clark| Details | |

While Close Dancing

On the dance-floor they did a zigzag
But he was an ol’ scallywag:
-	“If you feel something hard
-	Pay no regard …
It’s just my colostomy-bag”

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

The Unfortunate Singer

My friend Quigley likes to sing
And really almost any thing.
Though once her high note
Caused a blackbird to float,
Back to earth less one wing.

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |


A UFO flew over Lake Erie
And really blew Air Force theory.
For it towed a large sign
That was flashing this line,
We borrowed a cow from O'Leary.

Short Giggle poem by Barbara Gorelick| Details | |

The Wright Brothers

Orville and Wilbur Wright Were determined to conquer flight I'm sure they really had no clue The stress flying would put us through

Short Giggle poem by Jan Allison| Details | |


Germany scored seven goals, poor Brazil is awash with tears
Guess they won’t need any rainfall for at least a hundred years

Jan Allison
9th July 2014

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Worried Doctor

There once was a doctor from Perth
Who wanted to leave planet earth.
For his nurse did inject
And dietetically wreck
A heavyweight champion's girth.

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Strange Uncle

If I could have but one wish
I would want back my pet fish.
For my uncle came to town
And in mother's dressing gown,
Served him on her favorite dish.

Short Giggle poem by Derrick Shane| Details | |

hey cutie

Your sheer arrogance makes me giggle
Your butt does the cutest wiggle
I really hope you like me
I want to call you baby
Or maybe my little piggle.


Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Witch Bakery

There once was a witch whose pies
Were unique as to flavor and size.
When she opened her ovens
She delighted her covens,
With dozens of old crusty guys.

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Smart Thief

There once was a thief from Chile
Who liked to drink milk with a lilly.
Well the judge was aghast
When examining his past,
But decided he was just silly.

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Replacement Teacher

There once was a teacher from Crete
Whose foot size was very petite.
But her students did plot
And to high school they brought,
Some shoes for oversize feet.

Short Giggle poem by Katherine Stella| Details | |

There's No Place Like Home

Once was a gal who felt so alone
Tornato came up rooted farms home
Landed on wicked  witch
Munchkins came out of ditch
Gave dog lollypops instead of bone  

Short Giggle poem by bias fields| Details | |

snow mount

young fresh matured 
wet flesh natured 
caress grasp tumble 
share giggle fumble
tare bright night 
finish love diminished
cold walk back 
lost tossed crossed   

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

A Dog Named Harry

A hairy thing once roamed our streets
That chased cats for sport and treats.
But it roamed too far
And a dog catcher and car,
Grabbed Harry and chained his feets.

Short Giggle poem by Autumn Stallard| Details | |


I don't know you 
You don't know me 
So why is this happening?
Why do I feel this way? 
Why do you hurt me? 
Why do I giggle? 
If I barley know you 
Why do I like you?

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

A Cow Named McKuen

There once was a cow named McKuen
Whose cud she was always a'chew'n.
Till one day in her lane
We asked please explain,
Said she, "It shor beats a stand'n 'n moo'n."

Short Giggle poem by Richard Breese| Details | |

Elmer the Frog

All the reptiles gathered round
When Elmer the frog hopped into town.
There never was such bloated glee
As Elmer croaked his history,
Then from his pad fell and drown.

Short Giggle poem by Judy Konos| Details | |

Why don't we

Margarita Babe 
   Get Drunk with Jimmy Buffet
       Paradise Heaven 

HEY HEY ....IT'S 5 O' Clock Somewhere................

Short Giggle poem by John Pen| Details | |

Man with no morals

Ask me not where, when, why or how
Because if I knew I’d be president now
Wait a minute, presidents don’t know that too
I never said they did, but I have morals. Do you?

Short Giggle poem by Doris Culverhouse| Details | |

Clerihew For Contest Giggle Poetry

Mrs. Sara Kendrick
Despises vegetables mixed by forks
She has the title poetess
The mostess and gracious hostess!

Mom I was just being humorous!! You know I love you!

Short Giggle poem by Christian Guild| Details | |


The language I speak. 
O zpbr yp vpmgidr arpazr
No one understands but me. 
Pmzu o imfrtdysmd
My way to express feelings
Yjtpij tsmfpq zryyrd
Forgive me
Vpmgidom sy oyd gomrdt.

Short Giggle poem by Doris Culverhouse| Details | |

Tickles and Pickles

There was a girl who loved salty pickles
She'd stick in a fork for a sure tickle
The first bite would spirt
She'd give the dork a squirt
Pickle juice in the eyes, such a giggle!

Short Giggle poem by David Whalen| Details | |

It's a Circus Out There

Love My new lil’ Fiat, When I park, crowds gather about I’d be so much more proud If they didn’t yell so loud “Hey mister, When are the clowns Gonna’ climb out!”

Short Giggle poem by James Fraser| Details | |

Jock with his Cock

There was once a Scotsman called Jock Who was always stroking his cock But when the clock struck ten He then turned to his hen The egg basket is now restocked . 05/07/2014

Short Giggle poem by DrJim Martin| Details | |

The Skateboarder

The Skateboarder
Dr. James E. Martin
©January, 2014

A skateboard he tried to ride.
He didn’t there long abide.
It went airborne,
It did not forewarn,
He landed on his under side!

Short Giggle poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details | |


a little girl squeals
toddling through daises—
her mother smiles

January 20, 2014

Written for Poetry Soup Member Contest: Nothing BUT Love 
Sponsored by Andrea Dietrich

Short Giggle poem by Eve Carter| Details | |



Once knew a woman name Myrtle
She always wore a thin girdle
When the time was right
She would blast a fight
She cracked to whipping a turtle.

Written: 11/15/14
Eve T.M.Carter

Short Giggle poem by Eve Carter| Details | |

Popeye The Sailorman

Popeye The Sailorman

My name is Popeye the sailor man
I don't live in a big garbage can
I dis-like spinach
strong to the finish
I'll cook your goose in a fryin-pan

Written: 11/14/14

Short Giggle poem by Aunika Alch| Details | |

Silly Lilly

There once was a girl named Lilly
she was very silly.
One day Lilly 
met a boy named Willy
willy was very silly 
Willy and Lilly played with glue

Short Giggle poem by Andrea Dietrich| Details | |


One day with her pet lizard, on a
warm beach lay the sex goddess Shawna.
One who ogled her bust
tried to claim he was just
enthralled by her lovely iguana!

For john freeman's Giggle 2 Contest

Short Giggle poem by Dawn Carpenter| Details | |






Short Giggle poem by colleen laforme| Details | |


Put on my pants 
Let out a giggle 
Do a little prance 
Do a little wiggle
Up down 
Dance around
Wiggle tickle 
Wear a frown
Stop the dance 
Remove the pants
Take a stance 
Kill the ants 

Short Giggle poem by harry horsman| Details | |


A pickpocket named Dodger
lived to become an old codger,
alas a walking stick and heaps of pain
his getaway speed sadly on the wane.

Giggle poetry
for John Freeman's Giggle Poetry contest.

Short Giggle poem by gautami phookan| Details | |

Clad in tutu feathers

Clad in tutu feathers, dancing fairies in a timeless frame;
Spun in magic, watching souls to stay in limbo till curtains drawn.
Strapped pointed toes giggle, they traipse falling in a heap on floor.

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