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Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: america, anti bullying, art, discrimination, forgiveness, humanity, humorous,

Number 2

Impressive
Vice presidential

Walking on lily pads
Sinking within illusions

Snow drops bloom
Wisdom is waking

Darkness fades
Light pervades

We all seek to be one
Destiny sometimes makes us number two

Quite the topic to contemplate
As I wander off to the loo


Notes
As they say a pence for your thoughts
Amazing how see end up right where they belong!


Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: anti bullying, body, discrimination, fantasy, funny, humorous, myth,

Donald

Teddy Roosevelt once said -
"speak softly
and carry a big stick”

Donald 
in referencing this statement 
might respond- 
I may not speak softly-
or do anything softly
but I am loved by all
and carry a big stick
a very big hard stick
with very big balls 
in my very big head
and all my very 
very good friends 
all of them 
Hispanic, black , white and Islamic
men, women and others
love me 
and them 

Poem Details | by Freddie Robinson Jr. |
Categories: discrimination, humor, parody, truth,

Question of Loyalty



Look at this new rear gunny,
his uniform sure fits funny
Are your sure, he’s one of us?
Put him at the back of the sub,
six decks below
Begging your pardon, Admiral,
that is where
she was assigned to go
Gunny has 
top merit of her class
Torpedo ordinance expertise,
pure marksman target release
But I don’t like 
the salute of his hand
It don’t look navy masculine
I care not for his name:
Natasha is Russian feminine

Poem Details | by Audrey Poore |
Categories: bullying, confidence, discrimination, humor, identity, social,

Trash talking

He said I was naïve
She said I was strange
He said I was intimidating
She said I was too pretty
He said, she said
All of the said, littered my feet
I shook my boots and kept on walking
Out of all of the said
Nothing really had been said at all


Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: city, crazy, discrimination, giggle, paris, social, women,

Wee Paris

In Paris

now you can pee
or wee
all while you sight-see
ah Paris
environmentally pee free
feminists  however
must store their pee
only in private
can they set their wee free

Poem Details | by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen |
Categories: confusion, discrimination,

FUNNY MONEY

It is very funny-

That,every penny,

Like honey,

For People of money,

Not no any!

Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: discrimination, health, humanity, humor, integrity,

Imperfect Trinities

I have two adulterish children
with ADHD
and some disconcerting levels
of unemployable diversity.

They go through each day
with three parts harmony:
I want this,
I want that,
and then
I want this Other Thing.

In this they remind me
of me more than not:
I want food,
I want drink,
I want
either sex,
or more likely a toilet,
or most likely just a nap,
but not really all resttime three.

That would be way too messy
to prefer
as a rule
for a perfect trinity.

And so we march on
through our not so diverse rounds
of hyperactivity
I want this
then want that
then these Other
feeding and bleeding
restorative Things.

Poem Details | by bawa talwar |
Categories: anxiety, appreciation, destiny, discrimination, giggle, immigration, independence day,

World cruise

W    with my friends I  ventured on a cruise
o      out with my bags early , fun I didn't want to loose
r      ran to the ship, the trip was to amuse
l       left the shore at  the decided hour
d      deprived  soon was  the fun, as wild storm turned it sour
 c        cutting the waves n storm ,ship went up n down in rage
r        rough weather ,with muddy drafts restricted smooth voyage 
u       useless is the  trip we thought but thanked fate when it  retraced
I        in  cabins we savored  sites which we cannot efface
s       sites we enjoyed, we danced n dined such fun we  can retrace 
e       excitement  governed ,it showed on every face.

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: discrimination, humor, language, poetry, prejudice, word play, words,

Holus-bolus

 
Obviously, it’s like a very good sentence.
Really, honestly and basically are a crutch?
Actually, when did that become a bad thing!

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: culture, discrimination, endurance, funny, gender, humorous, women,

Hoppy Times

If women could stand up to pee
Oh how happy we all would be!
In half the time
She'd spend her dime
And then leave the seat up for me!


Champion retort:

Let's hope her aim
Is not as lame
As most men's seem to be!

Michelle Faulkner Date: 9/27/2018 6:35:00 PM

Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: conflict, discrimination, health, humor, mental illness, power,

Politics of Mental Health

My cerebral palsied incontinent AfricanAmerican FetalAlcohol daughter
asked her teacher if she could be her Substitute 
while said teacher will be absent next week.

I was asked for my opinion on the wisdom of accepting this offer:

Ivy will rule with Ugly StepMother tyranny. 
She emulates President Trump's style of self v other empowerment.
With her we call it Oppositional Defiant Disorder. 
With him we call it Executive Order. 

But then, 
I can look at the two of them side by side, 
and see why that may be why things are as they are.

Poem Details | by Anthony Beck |
Categories: discrimination, humorous, middle school, school, writing,

Dislekzic Chainjes

The system is slowly coming 'round,
To a concept perfectly profound:
Dyslexicans are most insightful;
They're absolutely quite delightful.
'Tis wrong to dump them in Lost & Found.

Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: appreciation, discrimination, humor, perspective, satire,

The Hunderd Best At Anything

T'was late one night
I will admit
That I happened on an E-mail
And, thought nothing, as I opened it
Perusing every detail
It was sent from that noble site
Where I entrust my writings
And hope and pray 'ear everyday
They will incur some sightings
That's when I noticed
To my surprise
A list to honor some
Perhaps out of a hundred, I thought
It could be that I'm one
I started at the Top
But knew I wouldn't find it there
By half way down
I searched around
And found it no where near
Then continued 
Scrolling till
I exhausted the whole dam roster
And wondered if this occurred
Because I use Ad Blocker.




Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: child, discrimination, humorous, life, parents,

THAT'S LIFE 21

Aged twenty one got the key to the door ... shocked to discover parents had changed the locks!! checked with how many syllables 3/17/19 n/a in contest I thought it would appeal to the sponsor's sense of humour but still got an n/a 21 syllables Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by William Kekaula |
Categories: abuse, discrimination, humorous, judgement, power, society, world,

THE TICKLE TORTURE

Founded in the Han,
Dynasty and Rome, 'Tickle,
Torture' was penance,
Of nobles, no scar, quick fix,
Salted feet, for goats to lick.

Poem Details | by Indiana Shaw |
Categories: appreciation, cat, conflict, discrimination, food, humorous, perspective,

In Bad Taste

IN BAD TASTE

I am here dipping my spring onions into my mayonnaise
I never really got to find out, just why it became a craze

Shouldn’t it be sour cream, radish, and spring onion dip
Slurping all the sloppy drippy bit’s across my bottom lip

The kitty looks on, to it; it’s a total waste of sour cream
As the first experience was a face pulled far too extreme

The cat dreams of sour cream sauce and some sea bass
But, that is because she is one expensive taste kitty cat

My tastes not so expensive; it’s mayonnaise out of a jar
Dipping my spring onions as kitty cat looks on from afar

Indiana Shaw . . . ; ) 

Poem Details | by Kash Oxide |
Categories: destiny, discrimination, earth, emotions, future, hilarious, peace,

Asylum

Like the Rain running to earth for asylum
Like the Birds setting on trees for asylum
Like the Sun taking in sky asylum
Like the winds giving us asylum
You can work and pay all taxes 
You can not have a much big opinion
Why is it to save a human , we need to ask for asylum
 Like the Humanity is nothing more than asylum.
ASYLUM
AS WHY AM I A LIVING HUMAN 


Poem Details | by Anil Deo |
Categories: america, betrayal, christian, community, discrimination, faith, funny love,

Beware America's Democracy

When the erstwhile Tweeter-in-Chief vents
It is "Freedom of Speech," a First Amendment Right
When Democratic Party will "fight" tyrant-efforts
Defense rests on moral equivalence, yet last night
As many as seven Republican Senators got Party censures
For voting to convict Christian Trump of incitement (01/06/2021)

(c) Deo sheltering in place while US democracy blows over this planet.

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: animal, discrimination, fashion, freedom, humor, rights, silly,

Boulevard

With complete freedom 
to wear anything one wants
in public: 
hamster ball.

Very dapper
sauntering the boulevard
in one's hamster ball.

Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: best friend, corruption, discrimination, farm, horror, humor, political,

let them eat red meat

when the king was told that his old-boy friends’ billions were hurting
that his people were starving 
and that some unworthy workers were dying 
he proclaimed 
let them eat red meat

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: appreciation, discrimination, fun, giggle, girl,

Cows of the Month

Cows of the Month, we're here!
This is a badge of honor, my dears,
Trophy of the year, hear, hear,
Once we were 'good little girls',
Now Cows of the Month do twirl,
Excuse me, what did you call me?
The basics, good manners for tea!
Cows of the Month, hear, hear,
It's trophy of the year, my dears!