Are you bored of wishing New Year to everyone in the same old boring way? Think of doing something interesting and try to bring the smile on your loved ones face.

Spread some happiness and laughter by sending Funny New Year poems to all your near and dear ones.

Usher the New Year with lots of joy and humor. You don’t have to be serious on this festive day – read out the Funny New Year poems on the New Year party night and spill the magic of amusement.

Humorous New Year Poems

Here are some really funny poems for New Year. You can create your greetings cards and add these poetries in it.

Your colleagues would surely love to receive a wonderful gift like this on New Year.

1.) My New Year Solutions – Anonymous

My New Year Solutions, Not Resolutions
This year I want to be a monkey
Jumping from tree to tree
Next year I can be a donkey

Braying from sky to sea.
Every year I want to change
And experience something new
I wish I am something strange
Like the disappearing dew.

I want to feel the life of a lion king
Sitting inside its majestic skin
Turning into a peacock I will sing
And be a cuckoopea Siamese twin

Why can’t I be a bubble?
Blow away and disappear
Instead of getting into trouble
Making resolutions every year.


2.) Bugs Underneath
– Steve Turner

It was January the 1st
I turned over a new leaf
It was clean on the top side
But had bugs underneath.


3.) New Year Resolution
– Steve Turner

New Year Resolution
It was January the 1st
I turned over a new leaf
It was clean on the top side
But had bugs underneath.

4.) On New Year’s Day
-Kenn Nesbitt

On New Year’s Day a year ago,
I started off the year
by making resolutions
that were probably severe.

I said I’d save my money,
as this seemed so very wise.
I vowed I would improve my health.
I swore I’d exercise.

I stated I would do my homework
every single day.
I’d brush my teeth religiously
to ward off tooth decay.

I’d eat my fruits and vegetables
and keep my bedroom clean.
I’d treat my sister kindly
though she’s often very mean.

My resolutions lasted me
about a half a day.
I promised I would keep them
but I broke them anyway.

So now I’m fat and penniless.
My homework’s overdue.
My sister’s mad. My teeth are bad.
My room is messy too.

And yet I think I may have found
the best of all solutions,
and this year I’ve resolved
to not make ANY resolutions.

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