My poem, My wife the bullrider, is it humerous?

My wife now wants to ride a bull

She's got the cash her pockets full

She'll thinks she'll get a thrill from this

I said make sure his horns do miss

So she takes the course and now she's ready

Her nerves are good, her hand is steady

She looked the bulls right in the eye

She chose the one that she would try

The bull then busted from the gate

My wife yells out that she said wait

I think she knows this bull is tough

But she is mad, she's had enough

She then turns around and grabbed his tail

She says you dont play fair and your a male

She then gave that thing a mighty yank

It threw her off, like from a plank

She then landed on her own two feet

The bull knew that he was dead meat

My wife then musters up a mighty roar

That bull ran out the nearest door

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Yes, quite humorous. It's a good thing she didn't break her humerus...

  • 1 decade ago

    Haha yes... usually I hate reading people's poems on here, but yours was actually funny and cute. I liked it. If my husband gave it to me, I'd absolutley love it.

    Try this, also...

    She then turns around and grabbed his tail

    She says you dont play fair but it's too late to bail

    She then gave that thing a mighty heave

    It threw her off, she wouldn't leave

    She then landed on her own two feet

    The bull knew that he was dead meat

    My wife then mustered up a mighty roar

    That bull ran out the nearest door

    Also, in the second line, it should be, "She thinks she'll get a thrill from this..."

  • 1 decade ago

    That *is* humerous. I love the "and your a male" bit.

    Just one suggestion: keep the verb tense consistant. Most of the lines are past tense, but some are present and that threw me off a little.

  • 1 decade ago

    Very original and well done and in good taste. Keep it up and also a star to go on with.

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  • Todd
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    The legend of your wife grows.

    *Laughs*

    She has folk hero status now.

    Funny poem Gary.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I really like it, it would diffently work in a children's poem book. it reminds of Shel Silverstein, i use to read his poems when i was younger.

  • 1 decade ago

    I like that! It is humerous...I could picture it in my head lol

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    you misspelled "Freudian slip"

    have Cialis ?

  • 1 decade ago

    Indeed.

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