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Best Vegetarian Poems

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


Vegetarian
There was a young librarian
Who's strictly vegetarian
For her wheat and Kale makes a meal complete
while her beau needs meat to eat
Says she; now that's just...

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Categories: vegetarian, humorous,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member TAENIA SAGINATA - SUBTITLE - REASONS TO BECOME A VEGETARIAN
Taenia Saginata – oh isn't that a pretty name
If you find one in your burger it sure would be a shame
Roundworms, flatworms and flukes can...

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Categories: vegetarian, food, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Vegetarian Thanksgiving
Tofu shaped like a bird
something else made of bean curd
Glub of globs passing for grub
with the texture of slime left from a slug

Vegetarian Thanksgiving
you got...

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Categories: vegetarian, food, funny, holiday, humorous, thanksgiving,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Secret Selves
I've been wondering about our secret selves...

The vegetarian smoker
The introverted joker

The soldier with the peace sign
The anonymous byline

The accountant with unfinished sums
The deaf musician's steel...

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Categories: vegetarian, conflict, identity,
Form: I do not know?
October Golden Chain
Percussion plays once in a while beyond its curtain
In duo with the flash of paparazzi’s capturing film
Prelude to an exhilaration of blissful days’ chain
Where rain...

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© Galeo DS  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetarian, celebration, october,
Form: Pantoum
TROLIUS TROLL
Remember the story 
of Billy Goats Gruff?
The troll under the bridge,
and all of that stuff?
If you liked that old story
it's all good and well,
but it...

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Categories: vegetarian, children, funny, parody, tree, tree,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU ALL
This is a terrible time of year for Turkeys
How many innocent lives are going to be lost?
All their friends and relations are in for the...

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Categories: vegetarian, america, celebration, food, humorous, thanksgiving day,
Form: Acrostic



I SHUDDER TO THINK
 I SHUDDER TO  THINK 

I  shudder to think about the way 
Some  vegetables are  abused every day -
With physical ...

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Categories: vegetarian, funny
Form: Couplet
Waiter and Waiting
How long will I wait Mr. Waiter?
You only brought me water,
yet I requested for ox-tail soup,
and a bowl of carrots and a tulip.
Mr. Waiter, you...

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Categories: vegetarian, crazy, fantasy, funny, hilarious, humorous, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
Zombie's breakfast
He hurled his plate of meat-free food;
The waitress thought him rather rude.

“Full English breakfast here all day
“Or vegetarian, you say.”
The zombie pointed to the sign
And...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetarian, food,
Form: Rhyme
I want to be a Vegan
I want to be a vegan
I want to give up meat
I want hemp DM's to wear upon my feet
No more burgers, sausages and no more...

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Categories: vegetarian, animal, drink, fish, food, fruit, people,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member What's Afoot
A session with my chiropodist
Is an occasion not to be missed.
We speak of recipes and cruise ships
And other folks' relationships
And pension plans and how to...

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© Peter Rees  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetarian, work, world,
Form: Light Verse
Different Gifts
Now you know all of us
were endowed by our Creator
with different various gifts,
some of us can write, some of
us can draw, some of us just...

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Categories: vegetarian, humor, people,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member WE ARE VEGETARIANS
Sometimes I think the way we view the world is a little antiquarian
for instance we have words to label everyone…from Capricorn to Sagittarian…

Take Deborah and...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetarian, humor,
Form: Verse
Live Life Now
Live life now
Like a child have a desire
Stand against lord of dire
With tail fire
Thinking why when how 
Live life now

Achieve like a saint
Peace like an...

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Categories: vegetarian, environment, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Pasta
My mother was an excellent cook, not fancy but home cooking,
              ...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetarian, childhood, family, feelings, food, memory, religion,
Form: Didactic
KILLER
KILLER
You are a killer-
Vegetarian or not-
You eat - smash insects
...

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Categories: vegetarian, education, humor, humorous, introspection,
Form: Haiku
Ode to Bacon
O thee I praise, and I sure ain’t fakin’
The fairest ether of carnal substance, our bacon!

That unctuous crunch so satisfying
I can already hear my fat...

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Categories: vegetarian, food, humor, love,
Form: Couplet
Vegetable Troubles
I don’t like to eat my veggies
No carrots, beans, or peas.
And I don’t like to eat any salad
It’s full of gross green leaves.
I just don’t...

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Categories: vegetarian, food, children, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Hybrids
The vampire leaves his crypt in search of blood.
A vegetarian before his death,
But now he’s cursed each night to take a life.

Recalling happy times throughout...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetarian, fantasy,
Form: Tritina
Funny haikus for kids
Funny haikus for kids





monkey snatches purse
you throw banana to him
he throws back your purse..

saddle a wild horse
to jump on its back swiftly 
else it rides...

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Categories: vegetarian, fun,
Form: Haiku
The ELEPHANT I LOVE
There is something about the Elephant I love very much,
I wish I could cuddle him but I know I cannot,
if they be my friend ,I...

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Categories: vegetarian, animal, best friend, desire, football, friend,
Form: Ballade
I Hate The English Language
A friend advised "Cheer up, buddy, and don't be blue",
strange of him to say that just when I was feeling low.
I was thinking, what was...

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Categories: vegetarian, confusion, funny, life
Form: Light Verse
CONSANGUINITY
The augury of him in Crimea was so
That Ekaterina said she was tired of sandwiches
But I did have black tea, black Latvian bread with her...

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© Amit Ray  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetarian, conflict,
Form: Chastushka
My Childhood
My childhood
Limicolous nomic but limpid or propper,
Hard lines limb, non violent and passage stopper,  
Vegetarian, nonchalant, compliance or observant,
Prepotent prepositor, jannock jangler and importunate...

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Categories: vegetarian, devotion
Form: Limerick