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Poem Details | by Trevor McLeod |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, character, destiny, children, funny, nonsense,

Me Myself And I

Me myself and I
were talking to myselve's
when we asked us a question
and they were not themselves.

They themselves and them
now questioning themselves
said we were not like them
and had to be yourselves.

You yourselve's and you
now separate from myselve's
meant you could not be me
and we could be ourselves.


Poem Details | by SKAT A |
Categories: adventure, analogy, celebration, fantasy, funny, happiness,

SandCastle of dreams

         ~Sand-Castle~

***relaxing medicine***

dreams of the sand
Underneath the ocean stars
Sleeping with the wind


***the beast dreams***

Mr. Sandman's bag
Romantic, like pouring rain
Seashore bash


***the world is home***

Wishing well mirage
Homeless but rich sandcastle
Ocean wave pillow


***it takes two***

Heaven passionate kiss
 hands create a mote
Drawbridge of sea shells


***hungry wings***

First class bay front seat
Seagulls land on tower
Essence of bird droll

***colliding fantasy***

Adventure hot day
Knocking beauty of the day
fantasy sunrise

     ~Sk~

Poem Details | by Paloma P |
Categories: allegory, analogy, drink, funny love, humorous, hyperbole, romance,

Essential Spirits

She was like Bordeaux,
a tall drink of spirit
He was more a hopped
pale lager like Pilsner, 
both gorgeous and
super gingered flavors,
although clashing mid
respective savored aplomb,
one so refined the other
rowdy after hours,
yet they complimented
each other in the way
they blended their
drunken demeanors, 
intoxicated by mere
existence of nature's
essential complexities

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy, humorous,

Nicola Byrne

Nicola Byrne

Now know that her name is Nicola Byrne
Writes great poems with a smooth iron
And I also have heard some poets say
She recently had another Poem of The Day.

Poem was about a person who was a pedant
Who for long life and acting had a pendant
And something else that also is ironical
She has become Byronically Byrneimical.

Jim Horn

https://www.bing.com/search?q=poet%20byrne&form=WNSGPH&qs=SW&cvid=b822c1fe43054953b1bf27d064d1e0da&pq=poet%20byrne&nclid=223510F8277B1497603ABEB8B92AEE3D&ts=1460631516390&pf=2&pcsId=29ec8261007444748e367850b497bcbf


Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: allegory, allusion, analogy, art, happy, history, humorous,

A Life of Commentary

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Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy, humorous,

Weird Physical

Remember Trump's weird physical report
from his doctor. 

A doctor have given Trump a physical;
Really awkward, weird and  whimsical


Took his temperature using a popsicle.

James Thesarious Hilarious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet

Dedicated to Akkina.

How about using a popsicle for a rectal
thermometer.

Poem Details | by Dave Moore |
Categories: analogy, animal, future, god, humorous, life, men,

DEVILUTION

Before there was a thing called "Man"

The Maker had a better plan.

He filled he sea with little fish

Of every kind that He might wish.

Then He made the dinosaur

To rule the land from shore to shore.

Next came the monks, orang-otan.

Gorillas, and an ape called "Man".

Man is half God, and beast one half.

He writes his own grim epitaph.

The Maker thinks, "Next time the plants?

Not yet, until I've tried the ants".

Poem Details | by William Kekaula |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, change, drink, humor, international, music,

TRUE BLUE MUSIC LOVERS

Eyes squeezed, ears held shut, When the Koto is plucked, and Kimono girl shrieks in league, After much sake, The Zither is fined tuned, and The Soprano is well dressed. Date: 04/29/2019

Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: analogy, humor, women, word play,

Three Kinds Of Bras

Now when it comes to shopping for bras
There are three kinds to "support" the cause

For all of those well endowed lasses
"Catholic" bras support the masses

When the most mature women come callin'
"Salvation Army" bras lift the fallen

And whether it's needed or just for thrills
"Baptist" bras make, mountains out of mole hills!

Poem Details | by Joe DiMino |
Categories: allegory, analogy, humor, philosophy, society, wisdom, word play,

Intelligent Life

Before leaving earth
we should seek to find 
intelligent life…if

we are to identify it elsewhere;

for the universe is
an obvious abundance

while man has yet
to expose his own….

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: analogy, encouraging, humorous,

Young and Youthful

If you are always young and youthful
Are you really being honest and truthful?
Or was the way you wish you had been
Looking so pretty, nice and then.

There must be some kind of a catch
But I was mortified after finding the match
You will never guess who it turned out to be
Someone weird who liked exactly like me.

Would I ever come completely to my senses
And start using the correct verb tenses
Or this you it would probably disturb
When it was very likely to be an adverb.

How ironic it had been when I imitated
Someone in a picture Van Gogh created
And what I learned when I last did look
Is me for Van Gogh I was badly took.

James Thomas Horn, Retired Veteran

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy, humorous,

Turtle and a Hurdle

Turtle and a Hurdle

Trump's stomach looks like back of a turtle
And over things makes it hard to hurdle
Created own line of clothes he calls choral
Who jumped over justice and skipped moral;
Loony and bloomy idiot like crepe myrtle.

James Thesarious Hilarious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet

Now for coffee and breakfast
So my wife just did insist.


Poem Details | by Goode Guy |
Categories: analogy, humor, imagery, onomatopoeia,

Ogden Ash

I think that I may never see a
tree's sounds lovely as onomatopoeia

to see, to hear, just too profound
sound beats cool on worded ground

ain't it funny to hear a word
that IS what it is, coolly absurd

you may ask what constitutes onomatopoeia
can't say exactly, but hear it when I see it

© Goode Guy 2014-01-03

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onomatopoeia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joyce_Kilmer
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogden_Nash

Poem Details | by Rhiddhit Paul |
Categories: analogy, humor, humorous, love, math,

The Geometry of A Love Gone Wrong

Drawing lines between shapes of grief
Going in circles, awaiting the lietmotif
Now just a side of a triangular run.
With defences up like the Pentagon.

Then finally looking Love square in the face
While Hope's line slopes down in disgrace
Calculating a Geometry too disjoint
For Love to have a basic point.

Poem Details | by Jacob Reinhardt |
Categories: analogy, art, change, city, class, community, culture, humor, humorous, identity, imagination, life, longing, philosophy, satire, self, senses, silly, slavery, social, society, time, today, truth, wisdom,

Clock

Clock!
You sculpt the clay of my life
With your rigid hands,
Shouting your high commands through morning alarms. 
Accusations fly
As you collect your daily payment of attention.

When I find myself savoring life’s sweetness,
You sprint behind my back.
And when pain drops my heart from my chest,
You linger, rubbernecking from the wall.

You enclose the whole of my life
In that circular frame,
Ever spinning in your infinite math,
Drunk with power!

Clock!
I can take no more of your tyranny!
I can afford no more of your triple A battery lunches-
I am afraid you’ve run out of time.
So keep your hands out of my business, I’m sleeping in today.

Jacob Reinhardt							09/05/2013


Poem Details | by Elizabeth Smith |
Categories: analogy, day, funny, philosophy, symbolism, time,

TIME TO REINVENT TIME

TIME TO REINVENT TIME

Yesterday is the day from which you came
Tomorrow is  the destination you will never gain 
Seeking tomorrow thinking it is near
But at 12:01 AM is tomorrow really here
Time shows you just came from yesterday 
And stepped into times grasp of what is now today 
Once again you find tomorrow is not here
Just wait 24 hours - time whispers in your ear 
And then tomorrow will appear 
Time of course is playing its eternal joke
For again at time appointed - tomorrow is up in smoke
Time it should be known is an unawakened dream
With no more substance than ripples in a stream
Never ask time about future intentions
Future is another of time's jokester inventions

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: analogy, humor,

Nothing Is Secret

                                   Tick-tock … coco clock
                                 Timekeeper eternal watch
                                       Nothing is secret

                                          By Eve Roper 
                                           11/17/2014

Poem Details | by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu |
Categories: analogy, emotions, funny love, heartbroken, imagination, metaphor, romance,

Nuclear attack

The nuclear attack
by her beauty
has bombed
my insecure heart
Setting it ablaze;
Scattering my feelings
Of wild imaginations,
To the winds!



Poem Details | by Elizabeth Smith |
Categories: allegory, analogy, animal, bird, cute love, encouraging, funny,

THE RAVEN

THE RAVEN (NOT FROM POE)

A raven chick attempted first flying lesson 
He didn't quite make his preplanned destination

Mother bird stood by evaluating his flying foray 
Okay is good  but good is not okay

There's more to this story and it's all true
Mother had something more before she 
was through

When her little bird alighted on one of 
canyons' ledges
She flew to him and placed a treat from 
her beak into the fledger's

But there are some who have no use for birds
Using birds as models for disparaging words

Pointing a finger "bird brain" they will say
Not realizing the finger is pointed the wrong way 

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy, humorous,

Wrath of a Sociopath

Wrath of a Sociopath

Wish Trump would take a bath
To wash away wrath of a sociopath
He loves living in his tower
Also even us over power
Did worst on speech and math.

Nothing ever adds up with Trump.
He also is bipolar if you haven't
noticed lately.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser |
Categories: analogy, desire, happiness, humor, imagination, life, love,

HANDFUL HANDKERCHIEF

HANDFUL HANDKERCHIEF

I have a rainbow color of like this..
Few things which helps me to be at peace..
It is not that much valuable nor at lease..
Yet, it comes always to graze my hands and cheeks..

I like it with flower prints..
Or even my initials or my name imprint..
I'm one of the few who uses it..
Sure you will find it pass on our genes..

I use it to cover my nose from dust..
I use to gently dry tears falling in my eyes..
Can be use to apply manual pressure..
Can also be use to take away sweatdrops..

My Handkerchief...
Soothes me..
Comforts me..

BY: olive_eloi, aug. 20, 2013 @8pm
note: i couldn't sleep holding a handkerchief.. :) lols


Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: analogy, anti bullying, appreciation, hockey, holiday, horror, humor,

Uncanny

To say we wish the very best
Uncanny nor uncommon
To actually help to make that happen
Might very well be both

Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: analogy, how i feel, humor, judgement, philosophy, word play,

fear no evil

see no evil
hear no evil
speak no evil
fear no evil

Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: analogy, gender, humor, nature, political, race, seasons,

Second Bites

Only female mosquitas bite,
she said.
So what do your male mosquitoes eat?
he asked.
Whatever we inbite them,
s/he said.

So who's in control?
he asked.
We are,
she said.
Why not the mosquito?
he somewhat sexistly asked.

We are
includes both mosquito and mosquita
s/he regeneratively explained
her unfolding engenderfication
of bilateral time,
in racingly integrative space.

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, animal, food, funny, metaphor, poetry,

DONKEY HORSE HEN ROOSTER ON THE LAMB CHICKENS LEAP FLY JuMp POPEYE'S CHICKEN FOR LUNCH

There once was a donkey
He was married to a horse
Donkey was to stubborn
So the donkey got a divorce

Cleaver was the ways of the hen
She married a bucking rooster
He took her by the wing then
Tried to seduced her

Don't want no green eggs N ham
Don't want to go on the lamb
I am, I am horsey running away
Chickens can't fly they may leap and jump
Think I'm gonna have Popeye's Chicken for lunch, :) ha! ha! Ha!

4/11/18
WRITTEN BY JAMES EDWARD LEE SR.