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Best Hooter Poems

Below are the all-time best Hooter poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of hooter poems written by PoetrySoup members

Premium Member A Healthy Old Hooter

Still got hair, don't need a toupee
Even though my ancient body decays
Eat lots of tubers
A healthy old hooter
As I near the finale of my life...

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Categories: hooter, happiness,
Form: Limerick

A Compilation of Fickle Foolish Footles

Bad-ass old bear:

Dachshund making critical life choices:

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Categories: hooter, funny,
Form: Footle
Rudolph Gets the Job
Twas on the eve of Christmas and St Nick was feeling glum
because his leading reindeer had some problems with his tum.
With Dasher feeling poorly, Santa...

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Categories: hooter, funnytime,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member From My Lips to Santa's Ears
Santa, I have an important request.
Please don't embarrass me with ho ho hos.
If you'd looked at my face you might have guessed.
I'm serious about fixing...

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Categories: hooter, christmas, holiday, humor, humorous, poetry, seasons,
Form: Sonnet
My heart was pumping hard that day I faced the maddening crowd, 
Despite the spinning in my head I stood there mighty proud. 
Though racked...

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Categories: hooter, funny, day, prayer, day, time,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Guinea pig
Every piece of furniture I am becoming attached
Is that possible?
Nah cannot be
You cannot become attached to things - personal things
Just like you cannot become attached...

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Categories: hooter, faith,
Form: Free verse
hubby having hysterics alliteration contest
Parents pushing perambulators
Meeting many mothers
Coffee , cake and chat
Babies bottles to boobs
Hurry home to hubby
Hubby holding hooter
Nappy, not nice.
Baby blowing bubbles
Shower sex sleep
Luxury, lazy lie-in

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Categories: hooter, baby, humorous, husband,
Form: Alliteration
More Foolish Footles
Slave-driving beaver:
"Dam it
Damn it!"

Unhappy restaurant client:

Neutered Tomcat:

Why did she slap me? All I did was:
Toot her

Careless Urologist:


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Categories: hooter, funny,
Form: Footle
Poem VI - Petrol Station
One day I saw this beautiful lady and I was hoping, begging she'd come stop 
by my Petrol Station. It was the best in town....

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Categories: hooter, car,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Walking this Mile
I accept what i need offer up what's left
Let ridicule fall on ears that are deft
Just as a fisherman catches fish on his hook
I write...

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Categories: hooter, caregiving, faith, friendship, health, hope, life,
Form: Couplet
To You, Unkind sir!
To the owner of the minivan conveniently blocking my exit:

May the sweat of a thousand footballers invade your nostril
May the sound of a truck hooter...

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Categories: hooter, dedication
Form: Free verse
Skeloton Tree
skeleton tree

logging for a branch
illumines hooter eyes
tweaking owl night

**Phil J....

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© Phil boy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooter, nature,
Form: Haiku
Meryl Streep criticised Donald Trump
As you are aware I get what I call my inspiration, if that’s the word, for my poems from news items and a comment by...

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Categories: hooter, happiness, joy, peace, words,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Urban Morning Sound
  hear others out there, just beyond my wall-wrapped sharing space
  they break on through, sneaking inside my head
  far above, front-nosed...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooter, day, morning, sound, urban, , Lullaby,
Form: Verse
First Person Pooter

The first derriere shot,
that killed everyone’s appetite,
came from a second-rate, 
light tipping looter

A no-class hothead bum,
who had bun fiddy no-good burger 
burglar instincts

Amateur night out

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Categories: hooter, allusion, fun, humor, imagery,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member Fun Facts

In Scotland, it is illegal to be drunk in possession of a cow

But is it legal to make love to a cow while drunk

A man...

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Categories: hooter, fun,
Form: Narrative
There is no me by Igor Nikolaev
There is no me 
where on the sand I cannot find your trace today
where white bird that is very sad
where white bird that is very...

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Categories: hooter, emotions, feelings, love, metaphor, missing you,
Form: Lyric
Do youi race to win
Do you race to win?
Seems to me we really do.
Like the win when we compete.
Or do you want to be like me?
I’m never first, can’t...

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Categories: hooter, confidence, confusion, fun, humor, race,
Form: I do not know?
Optional Life
Money is a matter.
Telling me a Potter.
Child is very expensive,
Posted me a daughter.

When you was a child,
Your mum wasn’t wild,
If she can afford you,
Why are...

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Categories: hooter, devotion, education, family, nature, philosophy, social,
Form: Verse

a bouncing ball against a wall
        conkers bashed as Autumn falls
the swish of a skipping rope:


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Categories: hooter, nostalgia,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Joys Of Getting Older
The Joys of Getting Older.

We may all be getting on a bit
But lets not forget for some more fortunate
 The joy of it

You don’t have...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooter, age,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Scream For Ice Cream

Hey calm down now, people are still sleeping
Control your hooter
Calm down your tooter
But one thing it does, it cures oversleeping


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Categories: hooter, fun,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Fetch my skimmer
Slugs and snails line the highway,
Munching, crunching, drinking fumes;
Early in the morning, late at day.

A tunnel of black ahead looms,
Feasting on diesel, ready to growl;

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Categories: hooter, science fiction, urban,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member My Peashooter

It's 6:05 A.M. what am I doing on my computer
Limericks keep firing off in my brain like a peashooter
Totally out of control
Even outta my cubbyhole

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Categories: hooter, silly,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member DIY for a Carousel of Dreams
Covid 19 leaves restless kiddies with parents’ imagination at home

So why not create fantasy in the lounge for a resilient pleasure dome

Grannies’ chest of drawers...

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Categories: hooter, endurance,
Form: Rhyme