Some "get well" poems that are funny are "Cheer Up" and "Get Well Real Soon" by Anita Poems and "Whenever You Are in Pain and Agony" from Wishes Messages. The verses send a "get well soon" message with a little humor alongside it.
In the poem "Cheer Up," the author sends a "get well soon" message and adds humor to it. The funny part comes when the poet offers the sick person a balloon and later a cup of coffee that he does not have. He excuses himself by saying that he is cheap and that he forgot.
The poem "Get Well Real Soon" brings humor when the author tells the patient that chicken soup is good for flu but that if the patient wants ice cream, he would get it for her.
The verse "Whenever You Are in Pain or Agony" asks the patient to remember the good old times. The author wishes the patient to get well soon and promises to keep in touch. He asks the patient humorously if that's her way of getting him to call her every day.