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Best Rhyming Slang Poems

Below are the all-time best Rhyming Slang poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of rhyming slang poems written by PoetrySoup members


Rhyming slang
2010
Straight in the dustbin....

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Categories: rhyming slang, dedication
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member ANIMAL ANTICS
A tall giraffe at our local zoo 
Got neck ache, (as giraffes often do) 
With his neck being so long 
The pain was terribly strong...

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Categories: rhyming slang, animal, fantasy, fun, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member FARMER GILES
Poor old farmer Giles started hobbling
As his painful piles were a wobbling
When he sat down on ice
The relief was so nice
His tush is in need...

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Categories: rhyming slang, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member MY SHOES
My shoes contain two huge ‘plates of meat’ -
That’s cockney rhyming slang for my feet
My shoes can smell like ripe cheese -
Especially in a hot...

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Categories: rhyming slang, humorous, irony,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member MY POOR ACHING 'BRISTOL CITIES' ALTERNATIVE TITLE 'A TALE OF TWO TITTIES'
A letter from Bristol arrived on my doorstep
I knew its contents would cause me such pain
An invitation for a routine mammogram – 
My Goodness …two...

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Categories: rhyming slang, body, health, humorous,
Form: Rhyme



The Great Bell of Bow
The Great Bell of Bow

I feel such a Steam Tug and no Porkies
Some Tea Leaf Half Inched me Jam jar

In me local Nuclear Sub you...

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© Nigel Fox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rhyming slang, funnyme, eve, me,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member TELLING PORKIE PIES
This saying is simply divine
“You shouldn’t cast pearls before swine”
Some think they are cool
Then break ev’ry rule
Folk cheating are no friends of mine!


'Porkie Pies' is...

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Categories: rhyming slang, conflict, humorous, people,
Form: Limerick
The Great Bell of Bow
The Great Bell of Bow

I feel such a Steam Tug and no Porkies
Some Tea Leaf Half Inched me Jam jar

In me local Nuclear Sub you...

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© Nigel Fox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rhyming slang, funny, me, eve, me,
Form: Classicism
The price of life

My recent encounter, an annual checkup
with blood tests and pressure, my height against weight
are all carried out to check my bits are working
and put back...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rhyming slang, health, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Jellied eels and Pie 'N' Mash
Jellied eels and pie n mash.
East London Fair, and that’s a fact.
The Dockers hands, and the pearly kings.
Their romance gone, the truth it stings.
The Bow...

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Categories: rhyming slang, england, imagery, london,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MAMMO-GRAHAMS
On Thursday my boobies will get squashed
(My armpits will be thoroughly washed)
Can’t use deo or spray
so I’ll whiff on that day
Mammograms show cancer can be...

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Categories: rhyming slang, body, health, humorous,
Form: Limerick
A diamond in the coal
I'm looking for your inner soul
The part of you that makes you whole
The essence of you’re being. 

I will find it in the things you...

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Categories: rhyming slang, heart,
Form: Free verse
Joanna
He's caressing my keys, please don't tease
his touch doth make every string sing







For 'The Piano' contest - not placed
(Joanna is rhyming slang for Pi-an-a)...

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Categories: rhyming slang, music
Form: Crystalline
Even Stephan
 Even Stephan     
 
 
Author Message 
Admin
Admin



Age : 53
Joined : 13 Jun 2007
Posts : 676

 Subject: Even Stephan  ...

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Categories: rhyming slang, nostalgia, on work and
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ABC With Mummy - a woman scorned
A is for Ant (and for ass, your dad is an example of an ass)
B is for Bee (and for b*stard, your dad is a...

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Categories: rhyming slang, anger, mom, wife,
Form: Rhyme
Mince Pies
Mince Pies

Is also London Cockney Rhyming slang for eyes

So when I look into your mince pies

I fall deep into your beautiful eyes

As they never ever...

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Categories: rhyming slang, appreciation, girlfriend,
Form: Free verse
denominations
The fragrance of possums is a kit of great virtue bathed and lit by an orange green hue. Display not weapons in weather fuelled skies....

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Categories: rhyming slang, beach,
Form: I do not know?
On the doleful prospect of devoting an ode to a screwdriver

Vague words lead poets to heady heights far yonder
If we, like Wordsworth,   seek a path to’ wander.’
But words there are whose power is...

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Categories: rhyming slang, poetry, silly, words,
Form: Light Verse