Short Rhyming Slang Poems
Short Rhyming Slang Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Rhyming Slang by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Rhyming Slang by length and keyword.
rhyming slang, dedication
I do not know?
Straight in the dustbin....
rhyming slang, music
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)...
rhyming slang, appreciation, girlfriend,
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 lie
TELLING PORKIE PIES
rhyming slang, conflict, humorous, people,
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 cockney rhyming slang for lies
rhyming slang, humorous,
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 of remodelling
Farmer Giles is Cockney rhyming slang for Piles or haemorrhoids.
31st May 2015
rhyming slang, body, health, humorous,
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 quashed
Always makes me smile that my appointment letter comes from Bristol because in cockney rhyming slang ‘Bristols’ is slang for breasts.
A diamond in the coal
rhyming slang, heart,
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 do
The way you treat a lesser soul.
And the way you love.
The time you give to those without
the words of wisdom freely handed out
your actions not your words.
you don’t speak in rhyming slang
and came up north and gave a helping hand
you’re a cockney with an heart of gold
A diamond in the coal .
rhyming slang, humorous, irony,
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 breeze
Without shoes feet would not be complete!
I like wearing shoes made from black leather
They keep feet dry in inclement weather
Daisy cow no longer moos -
Her hide was used for my shoes
My shoes not hers now walk in the heather!
My shoes contest
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