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Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: beauty, cute love, grave, humor, obituary,

I Found a Girlfriend

Took me the breath of all my life
A soul mate who could consume my heart wither a smile
I found that Gothic girl after dark
A little to late to consummate
I lie in waiting with a dead round smile
Empty eyes and a lot of guile
I found a girlfriend even if late
We lie together
Frigid is our state


Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: death, grave, humor,

Unlucky Jim

Beneath lie the remains of unlucky Jim
A great white shark made a meal of him
Fell off his surf board and hit by a wave
Half inside ‘Jaws’ and half in this grave.





Written on 13 September 2018

For a funny epitaph poetry contest
Sponsored by Jesse Rowe.

Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: death, fish, funny, grave, life,

the goldfish

the goldfish 
looks out 
at the distorted world 
through a glass bowl
and tries to make sense of it 

he watches the room about him 
and those that feed him
with self satisfaction  
unknowingly waiting for death
and a burial at sea

Poem Details | by Keith Trestrail |
Categories: death, funny,

Confession From the Grave

 It's not so bad being dead and all,
 it's quiet in here where the worms crawl.
   I wouldn't say it's bliss
   but there's not much I miss
'cept a cold beer and a booty call!



                 August 2014




Poem Details | by TSHEPO MBHELE |
Categories: death, death of a friend, funeral, funny, grave, hilarious, loss,

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT:BY TSHEPO MBHELE

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR DEATH ANNOUNCED?
A POOL PARTY WITH A BALL THAT WAS BOUNCED
OR TO GO TO THE BAR
ON YOUR BRAND NEW CAR

WHEN YOU FINALLY DECIDE TO DIE
I WONT EVEN PASS BY
IT DOESN’T REALLY BOTHER ME
BECAUSE WHEN YOU WERE ALIVE I LET YOU BE

YOUR NEW HOME
WILL DEFINETLY NOT BE ROME
OR EVEN A SMALL PALACE
JUST BECAUSE YOU WERE CARELESS

SOME WILL DANCE AND SOME WILL CRY
SOME WILL COME JUST TO SAY GOOD BYE
EVEN IF IT IS A DARE
 I DON’T CARE

Poem Details | by Dorlan Tiu |
Categories: career, grave, homework, humorous, school, teacher, youth,

Walking Dead

Numbness as I walk in halls
A heavy load in my hand I bear
Tome of the ancient past
Portrays a fog in my mind

Emptiness, void and vanity
As I look at zombies like me
Consumed by an epidemic...
Which left us cold-blooded

At the darkness of dusk
When the sun shines no more
I lie below the tombstone of my grave
Devoured by a sleepy hollow in my coffin

Vitality where are you?
Where are your streams of life? 
I' am lost, Where am I?
Oh wait, that's right
I'm in college


Poem Details | by Diane Lefebvre |
Categories: anxiety, death, evil, grave, humor,

Fearful Things

I walked on by a graveyard, very late, alone one night.
No ghosts sprung from their moldy graves: no evil ghoulish sights.

It seemed no vampires lurked about, to sip my blood like wine.
And any hulking werewolves must have previously dined.

I watched in vain for zombies, with their gruesome, bloody stares.
But they seemed to be as plentiful, as wayward teddy bears.

Yet, I would duck behind a tree, on guard quite through and through,
At every car that passed me by . . transporting who knows who?

While I recalled what mother said, no doubt with some misgiving:
It’s not the dead you have to fear . . but watch out for the living!


© 2015 Diane Lefebvre

Poem Details | by David Brooks |
Categories: car, grave, humor, teen,

Braggart

There once was a driver named Dave,
Of his driving he often would rave.
Then one day on his own, drove and talked on his phone,
Now he's bragging about his new grave.

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: allusion, grave, humor, jealousy, word play,

Flogging a dead horse

While snarkers strive with proud but fruitless disdain                                                                                       Wounded immortals try the slaying of the slain                                                                                                                         Quit beating the dead metaphor                                                                                                                                          let it go and watch it roll down hill

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: allusion, future, grave, humor, introspection, irony, word play,

Future tense

The ghost of future past                                                                                                                                                                     lines chiseled upon his face                                                                                                                                                   at least they spelled my name right

Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: art, day, grave, humorous, imagination, introspection,

I am Dead AND I am Leaving

Eight hours of toiling in the sun
With pick and axe digging for rum
Captive to the sentence yet
Prisoner to none

Hard labour, and this sure ain’t fun
Sweating in the heat, shoveling the dun
Digging and digging this work never done
Callused hands and a back carrying tons

The sun is setting, yet escape seems far
After all the digging is the gravel and tar
I am dead, dead dead!
Dead tired and wish I was in bed

So fair warning I am leaving here soon
Leaving this torture, to sing another tune
Leaving, I am to fetch me some brew
Some Tim Horton’s coffee and maybe some stew

brb


ummmm a coffee shop, lets see what trouble I can get into there!!!!! :)

Poem Details | by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen |
Categories: absence, death, earth, grave, humorous,

GRAVE

"Grave mistake"

"Grave is not mistake-

Nobody can miss it and everybody to take"



Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: dance, grave, humorous, moon,

THE GRAVEYARD SHIFT

ghostly figures dance diaphanous dresses swirl in the pale moonlight it’s the graveyard shift on the eve of Halloween we’re in good spirits! 10/10/17 Senryu Contest Sponsored by Laura Loo

Poem Details | by Curtis Moorman |
Categories: death, funny, grave,

A Funny Epitaph

A FUNNY EPITAPH

'Neath this soil lies Uncle Roy
Dirty tricks were his great joy
His dying words were not a trick
He said, "I told you all that I was sick"

15 September 2018
For the contest sponsored by Jesse Rowe

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: body, grave, humor,

No One Who Wanted

No One Who Wanted

Diggity, doggity, diffle and daffle
Whole mid-East off really wanted to raffle;
To buy tickets people down were hunted;
In the end, there was no one who wanted.

James Thomas Horn
 PS. She had her breasts made out of silicone
Which were broken by someone casting a stone
And yet always true to a flippant form
Around dead body people would swarm.

With dead body had been enchanted
And after into the ground it was planted
And everything was over and done
We ended up catching it all on a re-run.

James Thomas Horn
Retiret Veteran

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: culture, drink, grave, humor, longing, silly, woman,

Last Call

Jo King loved frothy tankards of beer
Which she drank every day of the year
Interred in a keg
She swallowed each dreg
So her tombstone reads, "Wish you were here!"

Poem Details | by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: grave, humorous, sleep,

Sleep


SLEEP
Here lies my dear uncle Jack On his sides he always slept deep On new bed lying on his back He can’t turn to find his sleep
April 14, 2019

Poem Details | by Edward Ibeh |
Categories: grave, humor, writing,

An Epitaph For Joel

Here lies an alcoholic, Joel, he loved gin
And he drank it until liquor mortis set in


A Funny Epitaph Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Jesse Rowe 
Date written and posted: 09/12/2018