Funny Friendship Poems

Funny Friendship Poems

Funny Poems for Friends

The best kind of friends are the ones that you share good times with. A friend who can make you laugh is worth a handful who can't. So often we walk around with the weight of the world on our shoulders. Our bodies become tense and this is a cause for most illnesses. Having humor in your life is not just a matter of a good time, it's also a matter of living longer. Often when you have a friendship that has lasted a long time you continue to share memories of humorous interactions that you shared. This may be the glue that holds the friendship together.

9 Funny Friendship Poems - Funny Poems for Friends

  1. 1. Friends

    • By Unknown
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2007

    A cute little rhyme about friendship

    Rhyming Friends Poem

    Written with a pen, sealed with a kiss,
    If you are my friend, please answer me this:
    Are we friends, or are we not?
    You told me once, but I forgot.
    So tell me now, and tell me true,
    So I can say I'm here for you.
    Of all the friends I've ever met,
    You're the one I won't forget.
    And if I die before you do,
    I'll go to Heaven and wait for you,
    I'll give the angels back their wings
    And risk the loss of everything.
    There isn't a thing I wouldn't do,
    To have a friend just like you!

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    This poem is really nice. It nicely describes what friendship is. My best friend will love this poem too. I'll show this to her. We've been friends for about 4 years now and there is nothing...

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  3. 2. Poem For A Friend

    • By Maurice Boland
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2008

    Inspired by a friend of mine who I can never really say how much they mean to me..

    If I could write a poem,
    I would write it just for you.
    But I cannot write a poem,
    So what am I to do?

    If I could write a poem,
    I would tell you lots of things,
    Of love and happiness
    and the joy your friendship brings.

    But I cannot write a poem,
    So you will never know
    Just how much I love you,
    And now I have to go!


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    On this special day, I wish you all the very best, all the joy you can ever have and may you be blessed abundantly today, tomorrow
    and the days to come! May you have a fantastic day and many...

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  5. 3. Best Friends

    • By Alex
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 2015

    For the best friends who make life what it is...

    Poem Promising To Love Friends Through Everything

    I promise to love you
    When your jokes are not funny.
    I promise to love you
    When you have no money.

    I promise to love you
    When you're sick and all snotty.
    I promise to love you
    When you're angry and grotty.

    I promise to love you
    When you're drunk and unruly.
    I promise to love you
    When you're hung over and drooly.

    And I promise to love you
    When you drive me 'round the bend.
    I promise to love you
    Because you are my best friend!

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    This poem I sent to my boyfriend, as it is just perfect for me and him.

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  6. 4. The Cake Of Friendship

    • By Michelle Flores
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2007

    If friendship were a cake, which ingredients would it have?

    Ingredients Of Friendship Poem

    Preheat the oven of love
    With plenty of secrets and hugs.

    Mix in giggles and laughs
    That make your sides split in half.

    Bake with the love and care
    And all the things you both should share.

    Decorate with the frosting of trust;
    This is really a must.

    Enjoy the cake; do not eat it fast.
    Just like your new friendship, make it last.

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    I love this poem because it wraps up my friendship with my best friend in one. I think it's the perfect poem for her birthday as it involves lots of cake!

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  7. 5. We Need Each Other

    • By Abby Curtis
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2011

    To see you upset and wanting to cry
    makes me wanna die.
    You're always there for me;
    now I have to be there for you.
    If I were a bee, you'd be the honey.
    I'm the grass and you're the bunny.
    I need you and you need me.
    When I don't see you,
    my heart is goo.
    When my heart breaks,
    you're the glue
    that fixes the damage.
    When I'm with you I'm on the edge,
    the edge of glory.
    You're the key to my joy.
    If somebody treats you like a toy,
    I'd help you,
    and you'd help me.
    We'll be friends
    till the end.

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    My best friend is about to leave Victoria and is going to New South Wales and every time I think about it I burst out in tears.

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  8. 6. You And I Are Friends

    • By Hannah
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems August 2008

    I just thought this sounded funny and just came to me.

    You and I are friends
    You laugh, I laugh
    You cry, I cry

    You scream, I scream
    You run, I run
    You jump, I jump

    You jump off a
    bridge, I'm going to
    miss you buddy

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    I like this poem. It reminds me of my best friend. Her name is Michele. I would do the same with her, except jumping off somewhere because we are both scared of heights just a little.

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  9. 7. Best Friends Are Angels, That God Sent Along

    • By Ailsa
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2008

    For Holly Buxton, my best friend

    If someone asked what's a best friend?
    I'd have to say someone who's there 'til the bitter end,
    someone who listens when times get hard,
    someone who'll tell you your fella's a jerk.
    They'll always arrive in the nick of time
    with chocolate and vodka
    and a feel better line like, "You're too good for him anyway,"
    because best friends are angels that God sent along.
    She'll tell you you're stunning when you're looking fab
    but will call you a hippo when you're flashing your flab.
    She'll stand by your side and love all your kids.
    She'll be your chief bridesmaid when you get married.
    When you make the wrong choice
    and she knew how it'd go,
    she'll give you a cuddle and never say, "Told you so,"
    so this is for you, my best friend in the world.
    You're my rock,
    you're my sanity.
    Couldn't have wished for a better girl.

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  10. 8. Friendz

    • By Kayla Coffey
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2011

    A random bunch of opposite sayings and things. This poem has a witty and funny kind of meaning to it. It rhymes to an a to b pattern, getting sarcastically twisted into a variety of different verbs and adjectives.

    Opposites
    I say yes and you say no
    I say bye and you say hello
    Butterflies fly and penguins swim
    Professionals lie and adventures go on whim
    If you go up I go down
    An emo to a happy clown
    Girlie girls pink and fat ones brown
    Smiles right side up and frowns up side down
    A rainbow to a black plain thing
    A monotone to an opera sing
    A rainy cloud to a sunny day
    Bright colors and something gray
    A beginning to an ending
    A broken heart and then something mending

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  11. 9. Willis

    This is a true story about a friend of ours who would ride his horse into town to the local saloon for a few chug-a-lugs, but one day his luck ran out and guess what? Yep, got caught by the officers.

    A Cowboy And His Horse

    Willis the cowpoke rode into town
    On his Old Jugs, just horsing around.
    Down highway 26 he rode Old Jugs
    To the local saloon for a few chug-a-lugs.

    Tying to a flag pole, Old Jugs he did hitch.
    Into the saloon, a thirst he did quench.
    An officer steps up and warns with a frown,
    "Get on your horse and ride out of town!"

    The sheriff is coming not far behind.
    Old Jugs to the shelter and Willis a fine,
    So Willis, he jumps on Old Jugs and replies,
    “Not my horse to the shelter, you will not take.
    I'll ride him on home; no law will I break."

    The sheriff steps up and says to dismount.
    A test of sobriety we must have the count.
    The charge was drunk driving while riding on Jugs.
    A steep fine to pay for a few chug-a-lugs.

    A riled up Willis spent the night in the tank
    To pay for a charge he claimed not to make.
    Down to the courthouse he'll saddle up and ride
    To face his accusers with Old Jugs by his side.

    But we all know when it's all said and done,
    He'll saddle Old Jugs and ride into town for

    A few chug-a-lugs.

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    These men get very well acquainted with their horses, their ole pals you might say, The clumping of horse hooves, the whinney demand for carrots and sugar cubes, the barn yard smell. kinda...

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