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17  Funny Birthday Poems

Here are some funny birthday poems and short humorous rhymes that you can share with others to bring a smile to their face on their special day to wish them a Happy Birthday.

We can't stop the aging process so we might as well laugh and celebrate! Those who take their age seriously, need to lighten up and live life and forget about their age. Humor will always lighten the mood! And for those who never seem to get older, they always will enjoy a good laugh!


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  1. Birthdays By The Year
    Poet: Unknown

    We count our birthdays by the years,
    And with each one we add,
    We count them short, if they've brought joy,
    And long, if they've been sad,
    But count them the way we will,
    For all hold joys and tears,
    May we continue to see the ticking of the years!



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  3. Repeat
    Poet: Unknown


    Gather a handful of roses,
    Some sunbeams, a rainbow or two,
    A couple of stars to wish on
    To bring you all your special dreams true,
    Tie them with ribbons of memories,
    The kind that are lovely and sweet,
    And have the kind of birthday
    You'd love to repeat and repeat!



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  5. Bright
    by Theodore Higgingsworth


    Why did we get sunglasses for you?
    Well, we know what is true.
    When the candles on your cake are lit
    It will be bright we will admit.



  6. Another Year
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    Another year, another birthday
    Oh, how time does slip away.

    It is like one wrinkle and then there's two
    Every day now there is one that is new

    The candles on your cake seem so bright
    The whole house is full of light.

    Life seems to be passing by
    You sometimes say with a sigh

    But celebrate this day today
    And be happy in every way.

    Be thankful for this birthday
    The option is not one I want to say

    Enjoy your life no matter the wrinkles
    Spread sunshine with lots of sprinkles



  7. Over The Hill
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    They say you are over the hill
    That you have been thru the mill
    The age you are, is a number that's high
    But don't you sit down and cry.

    Life is too short as you well know
    There is nothing you can do to make it slow
    So live up this day and let the celebrations start
    We love you even if you are an old fart!



  8. Be Happy
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    These days you have more naps
    You remind us of our little cat
    You nod off when watching TV
    We know it is not 'cause you are lazy.

    The years are creeping along to fast
    Hard to imagine your youth in the past
    But who cares about age these days?
    Just be happy in every way.

    A Happy Birthday we wish for you
    You're getting older that is true
    But we love you more each day
    Even if you are going gray!



  9. Another Year
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    Today marks another year
    Don't let age give you fear
    Let your smilin' face show
    That you still have that glow.

    The stages of life happen so fast
    Youth was yesterday but now has past
    The mid-life comes along
    Life is good, you sing a song

    But the years continue to tick on by
    You won't say how old, you just lie
    How old are you we say
    Not a year older than yesterday?



  10. Your Age
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    This is the day you were born
    Hope you don't feel forlorn
    Even though you are older now
    We think you should take a bow.

    The years have past so fast
    Your younger years are in the past
    But don't fret about your age
    And don't wish the years back to teenage

    You may be slower and not as quick
    Your age may make you feel sick
    You can feel wrinkled and old
    But we think you are worth more than gold!



  11. The Facts
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    I look at you and all the facts
    I can't believe your age and how you act.
    The number might suggest your old
    That you should be shriveled and full of mold.

    But, hey look at you
    You're young in all you do
    The number doesn't mean a thing
    As long as you can still sing.

    So may this little rhyme and verse
    Be one that you don't curse.
    Smile and be happy today
    Remember, it's your birthday!



  12. Celebrate
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    They say that birthdays stop with age
    Whoever said that should be put in a cage
    The years fly by and before we know
    The wrinkles come and they show.

    But some things are out of our control
    So forget the birthday and focus on your goal
    Life is too short to regret
    Or waste our time and sit and fret.

    Celebrate your birthday this day
    Be happy in every way
    Don't let age get to you
    Celebrate in every way!



  13. A Poem, A Verse, A Rhyme Or Two
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    A poem, a verse, a rhyme or two
    I was going to write just for you
    But then I thought what do I want to say
    And just wrote Happy Birthday!

    No sense going on and on
    Reminding you the years have all gone
    I just keep coming back
    Today's your birthday, that's a fact.

    And as I thought of years gone by
    My pen just started to fly
    Wow! that is a lot of years
    Thinking of laughter and some tears.

    So now here look what I have done
    I have written too much but it was fun
    So I will end with one last thought
    Birthdays are free they can't be bought.



  14. The Age
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer


    Your birthday, the age you have reached
    Could make us all stop and screech
    But instead, we thought we would just sing
    Forget your age and the feeling
    That older and wiser you now appear
    But we still think of you as a dear!



  15. How Many Years
    Poet: Mrs. J. C. R. Dorr


    My birthday! "How many years ago?
    Twenty or thirty?" Don't ask me!
    "Forty or fifty?" How can I tell?
    I do not remember my birth, you see!

    But - how old am I? You must tell.
    Just as old as I seem to you!
    Nor shall I a day older be
    While life remaineth and love is true!


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We hope these funny birthday poems, rhymes, and verses are ones that have brought a smile to your face and that you will share with others in good fun. Celebrate that special day, use a funny poem today!



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