50 Funny Birthday Poems

Itís the birthday personís special day, so why not add some extra cheer with a funny poem? Birthdays are meant to be celebrated and age shouldnít be taken too seriously when it comes to having a good time. These funny birthday poems provide the perfect way to bring smiles, laughter, and joy to the occasion.

Whether youíre looking for something lighthearted or chuckle-worthy, these verses will have the birthday person smiling from ear to ear. As you scroll down the page you will see we also offer short funny poems and funny rhyming verses to help celebrate a birthday.


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  1. So Fast
    Poet: Samatha C. Ringle

    The years go flying by so fast
    We wonder why our youth does not last
    But when I look at you I see
    A younger version of what you used to be
    But remember I am aging with you
    And without my glasses, the picture is skewed
    So who cares about what has been done
    As long as birthdays keep having fun!



  2. Memory Slips
    Poet: Julie Hebert

    I forgot to get you
    A present this time,
    But flowers or chocolates,
    Cost more than a dime.

    With age memories start
    To go and slip away,
    But, we can still celebrate
    With a happy day!




  3. The poem, A Birthday Wish, has a cheerful birthday message emphasizing the importance of humor and joy in the face of aging. It encourages the reader to celebrate the day with a free spirit and highlights that age is merely a number, emphasizing the significance of maintaining a positive sense of humor. The poem suggests that, like fine wine, one improves with time, reaching their prime. The closing lines encourage the birthday person to focus on the joy of the moment, make a wish, and embrace their age with happiness and enthusiasm.

  4. A Birthday Wish
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    A birthday wish with humor and glee,
    Celebrate the day, let your spirit roam free.
    Age is just a number, a mere statistic,
    Your sense of humor, now that's realistic.

    Keep your heart young, let the laughter flow,
    With every joke, let your happiness grow.
    Aging like fine wine, getting better with time,
    Happy Birthday, you are in your prime!

    So blow out the candles, make a wish or two,
    May your day be fantastic, just like you.
    Forget the numbers, let joy take the stage,
    Happy Birthday, and remember, embrace the age!




  5. The poem, Another Year Older, is one that those who are getting older can relate to. Age gives us all physical changes and this poem mentions them in a way that will bring a smile. However, it also suggests that getting older is a unique and valuable journey.

  6. Another Year Older
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Another year older, boy what a ride,
    Your wrinkles have wrinkles, there's no place to hide.
    Your hair might be graying, your back might be sore,
    But hey, at least you don't snore anymore!

    Reading the menu now requires some light,
    Your old jeans are snug, possibly too tight.
    Yet with each day so fast and golden,
    You're not getting older, just better molded!



  7. Keep Having Birthdays
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    May your birthday be a hoot,
    Full of laughter, cake, and loot,
    May you party from dusk till dawn,
    And wake up to mow the lawn.

    Keep having birthdays, never stop,
    Till your candles cause a blackout,
    But in all seriousness, my dear,
    May each year bring you much cheer!



  8. The Years You've Seen
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    I tried to write a funny rhyme,
    But age just isn't that prime.
    I searched my brain, I searched each nook,
    But all I found was a funny look.

    So here's a toast to the years you've seen,
    May your happiness always beam.
    Don't worry about wrinkles or grays,
    You're still young in so many ways.



  9. My Friend
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    My friend, a birthday just for you,
    I hope itís a blast,
    Your day is so special,
    And your life has lasted.

    Your friends want to cheer
    Your age, old and new,
    This funny old poem
    That I write just for you!

    We wish you health and joy
    And be blessed in all that you do.
    So celebrate together the way birthdays are meant to,
    Happy Birthday to you!



  10. We wish you health and joy And be blessed in all that you do.


  11. Funny Poem For You Dad
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Here's a funny birthday poem for you Dad,
    Like it or not, you'll find it glad.
    On your day we sat awhile
    To write rhymes to make you smile.

    Happy Birthday, Dad! What fun it brings
    See how the years have made you sing.
    You know by now thereís not a doubt-
    Youíre aged to perfection like an aged trout!

    We cherish all you do for us,
    Your birthday is a celebration that is a must!
    Your birthday should be wonderful and grand
    We love you, and are always willing to give you a hand!



  12. It's Your Birthday
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    It's your birthday, my dear friend,
    And though you're aging, you still contend
    To look so good, it's hard to believe
    Those wrinkles? Just smiles, they deceive.

    You may be getting up there in years
    But it's nothing to bring on the tears.
    So let's celebrate with cake and cheer,
    Another year older but still so dear!



  13. Fly By
    Poet: Julie Hebert

    Birthdays past, what was and is no more,
    Youth does fly, as moments rush before.

    Gone too soon, young years, fly by
    But I am not going to sit and cry.

    Middle age sneaks in to take its spot,
    We know give age a bit more thought.

    And soon old age will be here
    But then everyone will love us and call us dear!



  14. Don't Fret
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Don't fret, have no regrets
    You will soon forget
    Your mind is getting old you know
    And sometimes it even shows.
    But carry on and happily be
    In you, there is always beauty.
    Happy Birthday my dear
    Don't let age be a fear!



  15. Happy Birthday my dear Don't let age be a fear!


  16. As I Grow Old
    Poet:  Unknown

    God keep my heart attuned to laughter,
    When youth is done;
    When all the days are gray days,
    Coming after the warmth, the sun.
    God keep me then from bitterness, from grieving,
    When life seems cold;
    God keep me always loving and believing,
    As I grow old.



  17. You Got Me
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    For your birthday, I searched high and low
    For something awesome, sweet, a real show
    But then it hit me like a punch to the head
    You've already got me, what more could be said?

    So instead of a gift wrapped in ribbons and bows
    I offer my friendship, my jokes, and my woes
    Happy birthday, my friend, may your day be a treat
    And remember, having me around is pretty neat!



  18. Let Me Grow Lovely
    Poet: Karle Wilson Baker

    Let me grow lovely, growing old
    So many fine things do:
    Laces, and ivory, and gold,
    And silks need not be new;
    And there is healing in old trees,
    Old streets a glamour hold;
    Why may not I, as well as these,
    Grow lovely, growing old?



  19. Birthday Fun
    Poet: Julie Hebert

    Birthday fun no
    Matter the age,
    The past is gone
    Turn the page,
    Who knows what
    Tomorrow may bring,
    But today,
    Happy Birthday, we'll sing.




  20. The poem, A Milestone Birthday, humorously addresses the concept of reaching a milestone birthday where the person begins to forget things. The Poet playfully mentions the common experience of forgetting things. The phrase "Happy milestone birthday, forget-me-not!" is a lighthearted way to wish the person well on their special day despite the forgetful moments. 

  21. A Milestone Birthday
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    A milestone birthday, oh dear
    You remember you forgot something, clear
    But what it was, you can't recall
    Was it your keys, or to call?

    Perhaps your memory's starting to fray
    But let's celebrate in a humorous way
    Forgetting things is just part of the plot
    Happy milestone birthday, forget-me-not!



  22. I Remember
    Poet: Thomas Hood

    I remember, I remember
    The roses, red and white,
    The violets, and the lily-cups,
    Those flowers made of light!
    The lilacs, where the robin built,
    And where my brother set
    The laburnum  on his birthday,-
    The tree is living yet.



  23. The poem, You're Getting Older, acknowledges the passage of time as the person becomes one year older. The poem humorously mentions the inevitability of getting older and the physical changes that come with it, but encourages celebrating with laughter and good cheer.

  24. You're Getting Older
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Today is a special day, oh what a sight,
    You're one year older, and things are getting tight!
    Time zooms by, faster than we can grasp,
    But you're aging like fine wine, that's a gas!

    Seems like yesterday you were just a sprout,
    Now you're getting older, there's no doubt.
    But don't you worry, you can still bend,
    You're still hip and cool, with style to no end!

    So let's celebrate this milestone, with cheer and glee,
    Laughing at the wrinkles, that's the key.
    Happy birthday, may laughter be your guide,
    Even though each year we are getting more wide.



  25. Happy birthday, may laughter be your guide, Even though each year we are getting more wide.


  26. I Forgot
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Forget about the past, it's gone and done,
    Can't change a thing, so why not have fun?
    Forget about the future, can't foresee it,
    Just live life even if age slows you down a bit.

    Forget about the present? Oh dear me,
    I forgot to buy you one, how could that be?
    But, I will wish you Happy Birthday and many more years
    And offer you smiles and lots of cheers!




  27. While humorous, the poem, We're Still Kicking, is a reminder of life's continuity and the passage of time. The overall tone is upbeat and encourages looking forward to many more birthdays as occasions for celebration rather than apprehension.

  28. We're Still Kicking
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Birthdays come around once a year,
    A sign that we're still kicking, never fear!
    The more we have, the longer we'll stay,
    So bring on the candles, let's party today!

    Cake and presents bring us cheer,
    Each year older, but still in good gear.
    Here's to many more birthdays ahead,
    Birthdays to celebrate not to dread!



  29. Roses Are Red
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Roses are red, violets are blue,
    I'm thankful for my youth, aren't you?
    With every wrinkle and gray hair,
    You remind me life's not always fair.

    But don't you worry, friend of mine,
    I'll still hang out with you just fine.
    Aging gracefully is not a race,
    So let's just laugh in this funny place.




  30. The poem, Your Wearing Well, is one for someone who looks great for their age. While it will make them smile it will also make them feel good about their age.

  31. Your Wearing Well!
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Everybody has birthdays, it's true,
    But you wear yours with more style than a T-Rex in blue.
    You're aging like fine wine, getting better with age,
    While others just stumble through their birthday stage.

    So here's to you, the birthday star of the show,
    The one who wears their age like a fabulous glow.
    Happy birthday, may your candles shine bright,
    And let's celebrate all day and party into the night!



  32. Age
    Poet: Julie Hebert

    What is age, but something to count?
    Some people fight it, like climbing a mount.
    I choose to live, with dignity and grace,
    And offer a drink, to all in this place.

    So raise your glasses, let's make a toast,
    To a life well-lived, where age is just a boast.
    With each passing year, we'll continue to thrive,
    Finding humor and joy, thankful we are still alive!



  33. What is age, but something to count?


  34. Wiser With Age
    Poet: B. R. Clement

    Now they say you are wiser with age
    The years pass and you go through a stage
    Wow, then you must be some wise
    Your age is truly a surprise
    You try to say you're younger that is true
    But knowing your age, you deserve your dues.
    Life stages you have seen many come and go
    And look at you it does not show.



  35. The poem, The Silver Lining, celebrates the positive aspects of aging, emphasizing the perks that come with getting older, such as senior discounts. It encourages embracing the benefits of aging, like cheaper movies and meals, and sees senior discounts as a silver lining in the process of growing old. The overall tone is lighthearted and optimistic, suggesting that aging can bring its own set of enjoyable advantages.

  36. The Silver Lining
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    As the years pile on, don't wear a frown
    Senior discounts will turn that frown upside down
    A little gray hair, a few wrinkles here and there
    Means cheaper movies and meals without a care

    Embrace the perks of being older, oh how sweet!
    Discounts galore, life's little treats
    So let old age come with its silver crown
    Senior discounts - the silver lining in town!



  37. You're Not Done
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    On your special day, you say you want to cry,
    But don't fret, just give laughter a try.
    Age is unstoppable, it marches with a beat,
    But trust me, each milestone brings something sweet.

    With each passing year, you gain wisdom, it's true,
    And a few more wrinkles, to add to the view.
    But hey, who needs Botox or fancy creams?
    You've got stories to tell and fabulous dreams!

    So embrace the gray hairs, they're strands of pride,
    And those extra pounds? Just a bump in the ride.
    Each age brings unique adventures and fun,
    Happy birthday, getting older doesn't mean you're done!



  38. Happy Hour
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Happy hour, oh what a time!
    But your age is showing, it's quite sublime.
    When the clock strikes five,
    Your mind just wants to jive.

    But it seems your body shouts with power
    "Siesta time, it's Happy Hour."
    Rather than put on your cap,
    You think, "Happy hour, yeah, a time for a nap."



  39. Another Year
    Poet: Julie Hebert

    Another year has come around,
    Your age is really mounting sound.
    But don't regret a thing,
    In fact, it's kind of exciting!
    You've got wrinkles and gray hair,
    But who even cares?
    You're still young at heart like me
    With lots of life still left to see!



  40. Ninety One
    Poet: Mrs. C. K. Smith

    Yes, I am ninety-one today;
    The world is just as bright and gay
    As when I was but "sweet sixteen,"
    And not so many years between!



  41. Your Secial Day
    Poet: C.A. Lynch

    In a world of candles, cakes, and cheer,
    It's your special day, let's make that clear.
    Another year wiser, or so they say,
    But we won't dwell on that, it's time to play!

    Balloons are floating, confetti's in the air,
    Celebrating you, beyond compare.
    Cake so sweet, it's almost a crime,
    But calories don't count on birthday time!

    A year older, but look at you shine,
    With each passing year, you're like fine wine.
    So blow out those candles, make a wish or two,
    Happy Birthday here's to you!




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    This poem, So Many Candles, celebrates the birthday of someone with a cheerful tone. It mentions the abundance of candles on the birthday cake and encourages the person to blow them out with strength. The Poet expresses happiness for the person's birthday, jokingly stating that they're glad it's not their birthday. Share this lighthearted and humorous poem to bring a smile to the face of the birthday person.

  43. So Many Candles
    Poet: C.A. Lynch

    So many candles on your cake, what a sight,
    But don't you worry, you've still got the might,
    To blow them out with all your force,
    We know you can do it, of course!

    Another year older, but that's just fine,
    I'm glad it's your birthday, not mine!
    So blow out those candles with glee,
    Happy birthday, from me to thee!



  44. Memories Fade
    Poet: C.A. Lynch

    As we grow older, our memories fade
    But your birthday is a date that you cannot evade
    You might forget where you put your phone
    But your birthday is forever etched in stone.

    So let's celebrate and raise a cheer
    For you, my dear, your big day is here.
    Even if you forget what day it may be
    Your birthday is one thing that sticks with me!



  45. Laughter And Happiness
    Poet: Tom S. Gold

    You might as well smile, or else you could cry
    You can be down or you can be high
    You can slow down or be just as driven
    You see age is just a number given
    On this birthday we wish for you
    Laughter, happiness not down and blue.



  46. Short Funny Poems

    Just looking for a short funny poem to celebrate that special day then you may find one of the poems below may be just what you are looking for.

  47. Another year, another wrinkle or two,
    But who cares, you still rock, that's true!
    Happy birthday, embrace the laughter,
    Age is just a number, celebrate with a clatter!



  48. With each wrinkle and every gray hair
    Youíve gained wisdom beyond compare
    But letís not forget the occasional senior moment
    Age may bring wisdom, but sometimes it's only a component



  49. Happy birthday to you, a fine vintage wine,
    Aging like a champ, still looking mighty fine.
    So cheers to laughter lines and silver hair twirls,
    Youíre aging like a boss, taking on the world!



  50. To my amazing sister, aging like fine wine,
    May your birthday be as fabulous as you, one of a kind!
    With each passing year, you shine brighter than before,
    May your laughter and joy continue to soar!



  51. Birthdays are like pizza, they're best when shared,
    So let's dig in, no judgment, we won't be spared!
    So we share in your birthday day
    But we don't want your age, we say!



  52. It's your birthday, a time for some cheer,
    Forget about age, it's just a number, my dear!
    Let's party like we're teenagers, wild and free,
    And pretend for a day, we're as young as can be!



  53. Today is your birthday, a day to rejoice,
    Though you're getting older, you still have a voice!
    So sing, dance, and make a joyful sound,
    Happy birthday, show your smiles, no frowns.



  54. Age is just a funny thing, like a comedic act,
    But you, have mastered the fact!
    Happy birthday, wise one, keep spreading your wit,
    You make the world laugh, bit by hilarious bit!



  55. On your birthday, let's laugh till it hurts,
    Crack silly jokes and wear funny T-shirts!
    Cheers to another year of laughter and cheer,
    May joy and happiness always be near.



  56. Happy birthday, my friend, you're older but bolder,
    Time may pass, but you just get funnier and older!
    So blow out the candles, make a wish with a grin,
    We celebrate you, and hope the coming year is a win!



  57. To the best mom around, oh how you rock,
    Your birthday's here, time to crank up the stock,
    Wishing you love, laughter, and endless cheer,
    Happy birthday, dear Mom, you're the reason we're here!



  58.  It's your special day, let's blow up some balloons, And laugh at the fact that time moves too soon! Hold your balloon tight, don't let the air get out As Happy Birthday we do shout!



  59. Birthdays are like jokes, they're better with age,
    So let's celebrate yours with laughter on this stage!
    Happy birthday wishes to you we do send,
    May the punchlines never end!



  60. Age ticks away each year, it just keeps rising,
    Embrace the wrinkles, they're signs you're still climbing!
    Happy birthday, in our books you are a star,
    Keep spreading joy, no matter how near or far!



  61. Cake and balloons, presents galore,
    It's your special day, let's explore!
    Happy birthday to our little star,
    May fun and laughter be all you are!



  62. Sing a song of birthdays
    Full of fun and cheer
    And may you keep on having them
    For many a happy year.



  63. On your birthday, let's be silly and absurd,
    Laugh until our sides ache, without a single word!
    May your day be filled with laughter and smiles
    Welcoming another year and more miles.


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