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Poem Details | by Nina Parmenter |
Categories: fun, funny, humor, humorous, jealousy,

Psycho Jo

Green the eyes that saw her lover
accidentally eye another,
Full her notebook, green the cover,
every look and twitch recorded.

Green the car she drove to tail him
(just in case his vows should fail him),
Green the phone on which she’d mail him
honey traps, bizarrely sordid.

Green the tracker on his jockeys,
green the sound-bugs in his sockies,
listening out for tonsil-hockey,
Green the camera-drone she ordered...

Now green the tent where he lies low...
Far away from Psycho Jo.


17 Mar 19
For Green Humour Contest sponsored by Carolyn Devonshire




Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, courage, cute love, dark, deep, depression, desire, destiny, devotion, dream, first love, funny love, grief, happiness, heart, heartbreak, heartbroken, how i feel, i am, i love you, i miss you, innocence, irony, jealousy, lonely, longing, loss, lost, love, love hurts, miss you, missing, missing you, night, passion, psychological, romance, romantic, sad, sad love, silence, sky, sleep, solitude, sunset, true love,

Red Light

have you ever felt like 
the flashing red light on the roof,
lonely as ever
visible at night, useless by day?

in sync with its partner next door
for a quick kiss over a few flashes only 
then arguing again and again 
night in, night out.

have you ever felt like 
the flashing red light on the roof,
not signaling a warning to keep away
but sending a call for compassion?

using the dark pauses in between 
to yell the same name 
over and over and over
into the emptiness of each night.

have you ever felt like
the flashing red light on the roof,
being your silent cry
only heard by your eternal love?

Poem Details | by Mike Hauser |
Categories: heartbreak, humor, jealousy,

Charles Bukowski Ate My Girlfriend

Charles Bukowski ate my girlfriend
He started with her head
Fiddled with her like finger food
Putty in his hands

Charles Bukowski took my girlfriend 
Slapped her hard upside the face
Now she likes it dirty
So this poets been replaced

I'd like to say so long Charlie
As far as I'm concerned
You can hit the literary highway
Never to return

Charles Bukowski took my girlfriend
And showed her a good time
As I'm watching from the shallow end
Of my kiddie pool of simple rhyme

Charles Bukowski ate my girlfriend
Chewed her up then spit her out
Now that good for nothing Charlie
Is all she talks about

Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: conflict, humor, jealousy, nonsense, silly, work, writing,

Steal This Poem Please

Steal This Poem Please 


Please just steal this poem
and make this one your own
in plagiarizing poetry
you know you're not alone


If you think it's worth that much
you know what you should do
don't worry about the copyright
just say it's penned by you


Please just steal this poem
and publish it to boot
spread it round the nations
I don't give a hoot

Spend your time and trouble
making money with my work
So one day I can sue you
for all that you'll be worth
 
by JT Curtis  (maybe ? )


Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: funny, humorous, jealousy,

Nancy Kay Lee - Witty Epitaph

  
~Nancy Kay Lee~ (1712-1752) Boston, Massachusetts Herein lies a lady by the name of Nancy Kay Lee Who just climbed a very tall tree. A twig caught up her dress 'round And she just fell all the way down. Dorian Petersen Potter Ladydp2000 Copyright@2014 10.4.2014

Poem Details | by Jimmi Canada |
Categories: art, beauty, character, dream, education, funny, girl, growing up, happiness, jealousy, memory, my children, song, space, star, student, wind,

The stage plan

Roaming in the ropes,

lubing like the tokes,

aging like the folks-

we will to get hard before blasting into the remote!


New ground that you tweet about,

...about a stout boy, 
level headed,
awaits his crown,

disastrously loud-

prays of nights that go by days when there are no clouds,
or an enlightened language moving along by a count.


Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: allegory, beauty, betrayal, culture, funny, jealousy, women,

The Ginger Monster

Oh! but the jealous thing
She has eyes flaming green
How to quench what hell spurns
Where envy and mischief does burn
Revenge on her lips she's an Irish queen

Poem Details | by Kevin Shaw |
Categories: animal, betrayal, character, funny love, humorous, jealousy, word play,

The Aardvark and the Pangolin

The Aardvark and the Pangolin,
Romantically, had been entwined.
But infidelity, was in the air,
Aardvark, had a new suiter in mind.

Pangolin, did challenge his rival,
The Anteater with beautiful snout.
Don’t fear for me, on your betrayal,
Sweet Armadillo, is taking me out.

Poem Details | by Verlena S. Walker |
Categories: age, america, community, conflict, culture, funny, jealousy,

WELCOME TO THE SOUP

WELCOME TO THE SOUP!
This is Poetry Diva. I know when I am being cheated. Between first and fifth place my poems define. If not, I have not follow the syllable count. However, in rhyme, couplet, free verse, etcetera, I am never an underdog. Therefore, why do I enter contests when I know it favoritism on the Soup y’all? Well, a true Poet or Poetess, as prior stated, never lose. Welcome to the SOUP! _____________________| PENNED ON AUGUST 27, 2014!

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: funny, people, work

Jealousy Jade

There's nothing worse than hogging the scene It's even sadder that they have to be mean To be seen and not heard Is the truest of words It's even worse when they turn a dull green http://www.thehighlanderspoems.com/humour-2.php

Poem Details | by Gail Foster |
Categories: car, food, humorous, irony, jealousy, journey, sometimes,

Fly By

Past the layby fly
Cars with petrol in their tanks
Going home for tea
We're not going anywhere
Pancake flattened battery

by Gail

Poem Details | by Michelle Born |
Categories: career, creation, fashion, funny, jealousy, life, success,

UNIQUE



The word Unique says it all to me
I chose it for my jewelry title because it was meant to be,

Call it what you want because your opinion doesn't matter
Due to my success in everything I do and I guess that makes you a mad hatter,

The proudness I feel when I create a unique piece of jewelry
People can be jealous that you seem a little bit blury,

So next time you are looking at my unique jewelry sites
Her jewelry is good due to all her face book likes.


Written By: Unique Poetry 2015

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 Faith Carmichael |
Categories: cute love, funny, happy, jealousy, love, music, smile,

Concert For One

You ask me to come to one of your gigs 
Every Thursday over a pint at The Hop 
I politely decline 
Every Thursday 
You sat there dressed in plaid and denim 
Your lips curl over the glass 
Well I couldn’t possibly watch 
Them curl over a microphone 
In front of all those people 
I prefer a concert for one 
Sat in my backyard 
Dancing to songs of your travels 
With cigarette in hand, 
The only one listening 
Selfish I know 
But you make me that way 


Poem Details | by Michelle Born |
Categories: care, hate, humor, irony, jealousy, success, work,

The Reality





Tread lightly and always be aware

That there will always be jealousy out there,

Their whole world evolves around what they want and need

By criticizing others for their likes and not just greed,

To many haters are jealous of others success

So they are not happy and then get depressed,

Because they are lazy and don't want to work

They are to blame so they acted like jerks.


Written By: Unique Poetry 2015

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: change, conflict, fate, giggle, humor, jealousy, moving on,

McFee

Once a man named McFee
Tried to live in a tree.
But its owl found out
And hooted this shout,
McFee you better flee.

Poem Details | by Mary Oliver Rotman |
Categories: absence, betrayal, break up, funny, humor, jealousy,

Minimalist Jilt

(fromThe John Poems)

Then I loved you
Now I don’t
Once I would
Now I won’t

You were here
Now you’re gone
No one left
To mow my lawn

Lock’s been changed
Key’s been hid
Phone’s unplugged
Heart’s up for bid

You were mine
Now you’re hers
On your head
I place a curse

Poem Details | by Emenaha Godwin Holiday |
Categories: desire, dream, freedom, happiness, home, humor, jealousy,

The Pride of the Dove 2

Underneath the milky raincloud
sitting on the roof _ seeing the world
humming my song _ with a beautiful sound
filled with real melody _ made with no word

as It ascends beneath _ from the heart
with an eternal pleasure
to the soul _ and makes a sweet part
to the cruise of harmony _ to endure

the secrets, I know _ I conceal
so I can flutter up in the skies free
and be proud _ only me can reveal,
for am a king _ until your nature is free.

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: betrayal, conflict, humorous, jealousy, marriage, passion, relationship,

A Chantage The Betrayal

            A Chantage

Extortion matters change the air to ice
The price of blackmail and betrayal
A heavy spice served up with delight
Wife and friend in bed together
Not playing cards or knitting sweaters
Things could be worse
I’m happy to find them first
Not in reverse
My mistress and I found in bed
Not reading books but doing each other
Now that’s a different matter!
And takes another course… not in divorce
My wife, who’s French, has quite the temper
And thinks along the lines, she should dismember
Instead of losing money in this dubious matter
My head’s served up on a silver platter 

Poem Details | by Anna Hopper |
Categories: humor, jealousy, judgement,

Snooty fruit


A pineapple in a bowl of kiwi
Stand tall and proud, mom said
But I would rather, they didn’t see me
Standing high, above their heads

Mother was always so proud
Of my textured skin and headdress 
I found it, unbecoming and loud
Standing apart from all the rest

How incredibly awkward
Being the center of every display
Just once, I’d like to be offered
A big enough bowl, to lay

It occurred to me, just recently
The color beneath their skin
Is bold and green with envy
Which explains my lack of friends

Poem Details | by JEAN MURRAY |
Categories: funny love, husband, jealousy, men,

SHOWDOWN

It's time for a showdown.
I saw him at the hoedown,
flirting with Missy Brown.
No wonder I have a frown. 
He behaves like such a clown
when he's out on the town.
I'll whack him on the crown.
That'll bring him back down
to Earth with a bang!

Poem Details | by Eric Nelson Manley Shelman |
Categories: feelings, hilarious, humor, humorous, irony, jealousy, parody,

Autocorrect Questions

The AutoCorrect Questions

What the ducking duck is going on?
What is up with this ducking duck?
What the he'll are you doing?
What the duck is this biach think she is ducking doing?
What the he'll were you ducking thinking about you ducking duck?
Are you ducking dead ducking serious biach?
What the ducking duck do you want from me ducking biach?
What the ducking duck do you want me to do about it biach?
Did we duck really good last night?
Do you even a flying duck about me you dumb ducking duck biach?
Why the duck are we even ducking date we both can't ducking stand each other?
What the ducking duck you ducking biach ask can't?

Poem Details | by John Conde |
Categories: abuse, anger, baby, evil, hate, hilarious, humorous,

Covert jealousy

Haters are fans in disguise
And what takes up alot of there time
Is talkin about people
That are not there equal
& For that to be so
They'd have to learn how to climb
What really upsets me
Is not what they say
It's just the fact that
most of It is based  on envy
Your own progression
Leads them to question
There personal value
And all that does is depress them
I have a suggestion
Maybe stop all the hating
Do a 180
And start congradulating

Poem Details | by Esha Sharan |
Categories: emotions, giggle, humor, jealousy, simile,

Barbie

Sight of fake smiles drew
'You look like barbie' , I said
Dumb, she smiles proving.

Poem Details | by CHRISTOPHER BOWEN |
Categories: england, fun, humorous, jealousy, smile,

Avoirdupois


Avoirdupois

The endomorph enjoys our affection
as the comic figure of tradition.
Friar Tuck, Falstaff, and Old Toby
recall rotund revels and ribaldry.
Devils are always portrayed as thin.
the clown invariably has a double chin.
Unlike the hero, who's always victorious,
his wind and walk are somewhat laborious.
Though he's never very heroic,
who honestly ever loved a stoic?
Confronted by his conviviality
cynics think rather jealously:
'It's just that unlike the lean
he's much too slow to be mean.'