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If your household is feeling a little blue at the moment, it's definitely time to provide some excellent and cheesy content to brighten up your day.

The origins of 'roses are red, violets are blue' poems and jokes can be traced back as far as 1590 from a poem by Edmund Spenser, but the Valentine's poems you're probably most familiar with come from a collection of nursery rhymes written in the 1700s by Joseph Ritson.  These poems have been used as a sign of love and affection for hundreds of years.

Whether you're looking to share a sweet poem with your child to let them know you love them or want to teach them appropriately cheeky poems, we're sure this list will provide you with plenty of chuckles.

Cute 'Roses Are Red' Poems:

These cute poems are best used when you're looking to say "I love you" to your kids. They're perfect for reminding your loved ones you think the world of them.

1) Roses are red

Violets are blue

I don't care about flowers

If I have you!

2) Violets are blue

Roses are red

I'm never blue

`When I'm with you!

3) Roses are red

Violets are blue

Give me a sign

Because I love you.

4) Roses are red

Violets are blue

What colour flowers should I give you?

5) Roses are red

Violets are blue

And I'll never ever

Stop loving you.

6) Roses are red

Violets are blue

Sugar is sweet

And so are you!

7) Roses are red

Violets are blue

You have made all my dreams come true!

8) Roses are red

Violets are blue

I just wanted to say

A big thank you!

Cheeky 'Roses Are Red' Jokes:

Roses are red

These poems are especially for those cheeky monkeys out there who are looking to get to your heart with a joke or two! Sorry adults, these will definitely be the most popular with the kids.

9) Roses are red,

Violets are blue,

You look like a donkey,

And smell like one too.

10) Roses are red,

Pizza sauce is too,

I ordered a large one,

I'm not sharing with you.

11) Roses are red

Here's something new

Violets are violet

They're not blue!

12) Roses are red

Violets are blue

I messed up big time

Now, what can I do?

13) Roses are red

Violets are blue

I love chocolate

More than you!

14) Roses are red

Violets are blue

A face like yours

Belongs in a zoo!

15) Roses are red

Violets are blue

I'm colourblind

How about you?

16) The roses are wilted

The violets are dead

The sugar bowl is empty

And so is your head!

Totally Silly 'Roses Are Red' Jokes:

Roses are red jokes

Whether you're a fan of red roses and blue violets or not, we're sure that if you're looking for your daily dose of silliness nothing could be better than a ridiculous poem.

17) Roses are red,

Violets are blue,

I can't rhyme,

Banana!

18) Roses are red,

Violets are blue,

I'm allergic to flowers,

Achoo!

19) Roses are red

Violets are blue

I can row a boat

Canoe?

20) Roses are red

The desert is dry

Don't go there

You'll get sand in your eye!

21) Roses are blue

Violets are red

Can you please reverse

What I just said.

22) Roses are brown

Violets are brown

Oh, dear!

There's mud all over the ground.

23) Violets are blue

Poems are silly

I'd rather have roses

Than be friends with you!

24) Roses are red

Violets are blue

The sun is green

No, it's not!

25) Roses are red

Violets are blue

Search 'beautiful' on Google

And I'll pop up too.

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Hannah Dennis

Hannah was born in the South West and raised in Dubai. She studied Philosophy at university in London and is now back in the beautiful Somerset countryside. She loves yoga, a good cup of coffee and walking her wire-haired fox terrier, Gary. She is passionate about making the most of her time with her bouncy three-year-old brother.

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