Humorous Christmas Poems

Its always good to send humorous christmas poems in xmas season. Christmas is the time of blessing and to send humorous christmas cards. Here you will find christmas humorous poems to write on cards and send to friends. Read our christmas poems humorous.

There once was an elf named Fred

There once was an elf named Fred
Whose house was of gingerbread.
Though tasty, these walls
dissolved in snowfalls
And also made crumbs in Fred’s bed!

Eat Up, It Is Christmas

Eat up, it is Christmas time:
Chips, bean dip, carrots, peas.
You must do it, it is the season.
Grape juice, milk, teas and coffee.
You can not refuse; there is no reason:
Cake, gum, chocolate, candy.

The year is ending, never fear.
New Years Eve will soon be here
All resolutions will be listed in play.
A diet awaits you the very next day.

For Christmas, With

For Christmas, with its lots an’ lots of candies, cakes an’ toys,
Was made, they say, for proper kids an’ not for naughty boys;
So wash yer face an’ bresh yer hair, an’ mind yer p’s and q’s,
And don’t bust out yer pantaloons, and don’t wear out yer shoes;
Say “Yessum” to the ladies, and “Yessur” to the men,
An’ when they’s company, don’t pass yer plate for pie again;
But, thinkin’ of the things yer’d like to see upon that tree,
Jest ‘fore Christmas be as good as yer kin be!

This Year I’ll Surprise

This year I’ll surprise you
with an unique present
it’s Gigantic, Impressive
Fantastic and Triumphantly
my Christmas selfie smile

Milk And Cookies For Santa

There’s milk and cookies for Santa,
And they look delicious to me.
There are four on a plate on the mantel,
And if I eat one, there will still be three.
milk and cookies

Santa’s quite a plump fellow,
Looks like he eats well all year through.
If I eat one more of those cookies,
Santa will still have two.

Those cookies have made my mouth dry,
And now I need something to drink.
That milk is still quite chilly,
A few gulps will do it, I think.

Jingle Tills, Jingle Tills

Jingle Tills, Jingle Tills
Jingle all the way
Oh what fun it is to spend
Our hard earned Christmas pay!
Dashing through the stores
Sweating all the way
Oh what fun it is to spend
Our hard earned Christmas pay!

Good Husband And Housewife

Good husband and housewife, now chiefly be glad,
Things handsome to have, as they ought to be had.
They both do provide, against Christmas do come,
To welcome their neighbors, good cheer to have some.

What cost to good husband, is any of this?
Good household provision only it is:
Of other the like, I do leave out a many,
That costeth the husband never a penny.

Back In October A Christmas Wish I Made

Back in October a Christmas wish I made.
A brand new set of golf clubs before next year I played.
Then on Christmas morn, with my eyes I spied
An oblong box under the tree, with ribbon wrapped and tied.

I looked out the window and saw the ice and snow.
But in my heart I knew, a golfing I would go.
Now I’d need some special gear to play in these conditions.
So I loaded up my golf bag to start a new tradition.

My next shot went into the sand, a shot to truly dread.
Then all at once I spotted him, a man all dressed in red.
As I’m lining up my shot, it’s Santa Claus I think,
When my ball flew in the hole, He looked at me and winked.

It seems a shame, he must be blind, there’s no ball upon the green
And I was disappointed because I stuck it crisp and clean
And now you know my story and know one would believe.
How I made my first hole in one with Santa there to see.

Santa was dressed in his bright red suit

Santa was dressed in his bright red suit,
on his head was a white stocking cap.

He was sitting by the fireplace smoking
his pipe with his little dog Tim on his lap.

His cheeks were very red and his eyes
were sparkling bright.

He still had frost on his beard, for he
had been out with his reindeer most of
the night.

The funniest face

The funniest face
looked out at me
From a silver ball
On the Christmas Tree!

At first I thought
It was Santa’s elf,
But I looked again and
It was just myself!