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Poem Details | by Ken Duddle |
Categories: funny, mythology, satire,

The Snake

There once was a couple, called Adam and Eve Who a little joke they did conceive They told all, that as they walked They met a snake that talked But the plan backfired when it was believed.


Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: adventure, hilarious, humor, humorous, myth, mythology, satire,

Big Mac

McMar’s old man didn't like him much
But he never wondered why
All sorts of horrid demons
Could seen in the old man's eye

McMar’s own mother, Doreeane
Couldn’t wait to deliver her son
They say he tipped the scale
Right around 10.1

The nurses couldn’t believe it
The young one brought him in
“Here’s your new Big Mac”, she said
With a happy little grin

Doree said, Oh, Motherload! 
I’m having a heart attack
How in the world did you ever know
I was thinking of calling him Mac

Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: funny, mythology,

the cross on my bedroom wall

the cross on my bedroom wall
keeps away vampires and werewolves
but not mosquitoes

Poem Details | by Tom Arnone |
Categories: beauty, desire, humor, mythology, sensual, sexy, women,

The Eyes of Venus

Hot raptor breath
Push goosebumps to life
On the golden-honey flesh
Of a most desired sight.

Deeply tanned and rubenesque,
Unsheathed, scented shoulders.
Arms that distill without cause to beckon
The wills of the penile-brained knights.

Wallow in her moist pink flower.
Defend with your armor that nymphet tower.
But beware, Dear Sir, should your eye slip up
Two orbs of Venus power.

Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: beauty, birth, celebration, creation, culture, fish, future, god, history, humor, image, imagination, immigration, inspirational, life, magic, miracle, mystery, mythology, natural disasters, nature, night, nostalgia, ocean, old, science, sea, technology, voyage,

new aquatic species

       Science in all fascination has discovered a species aquatic 

  Theorizing this new yet old species remained hidden as Merman  

  only to live in secret at the oceans floor the mermaid a tribe indigenous 

  once said to be myth yet all proof and technology film does not lie 

  Tsunamis has given the ocean a true glance of the man with webbed hands

  The species communes with dolphins will be under a microscope to analyze  ?


    " The World is not ready to see what I have "  Jacques Cousteau ~


         to be entered in The Science contest ~

Poem Details | by Jimmi Canada |
Categories: baptism, beauty, city, eve, first love, funny, gender, god, history, independence day, mystery, mythology, night, obituary, raven, sea, silly, summer, sweet, teacher, world, yellow,

Roll on

Lauren Hill slow songs thrill,

they pop like a fast moving pill,

I am flopped on top of a junk food bill,

and running with a skunk who tells me to take in my fill-

like leading um' on into my dream,
I create a festering lean,

I rank every thought in order of how I like it,

and prep for a long time that's gonna break all the cycles.

Striding with my shrine,

as I shock a spine,

revitalize and prime-

as I preen and primp and chimp-

as I act like a pimp,

I black out and gimp,

skimp out on my dying moment because death is no shrimp!

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: cute, fun, funny, humorous, imagery, myth, mythology,

Bad Luck

Once a Leprechaun went swimming, out in the deep blue sea. Even though his head was spinning, he thought it might appease. He felt he needed exercise; what’s better than a swim? It’s healthy and fun, he surmised; it beats a stuffy gym. Without his trunks he felt so free; waters warm from sunlight’s rays; But in the distance, he could see; his clothes blowing far away! The lesson is simple; if you go swimming in the sea. Have something on in case your clothes start riding on a breeze.

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: health, hero, humorous, hurt, men, mythology, people, work,

Achilles' heels

There's no any Achilles' heels
that Hippocrates always heals.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014

Poem Details | by Elizabeth Smith |
Categories: allegory, beautiful, fantasy, humorous, mythology, sky, space,

A SMOKING GUN

A SMOKING GUN

Beholding planet Earth from the far reaches of space, 
In the ink black cosmos the observers must give voice
What a beautiful planet have we here
A very unusual blue and green glowing sphere
It must be the gateway to heaven's door
Let's go have a look -- what are we waiting for
If the  visitors decide to land on this inviting earthly scene
They'd be met with guns and  bullets before counting  to 13

Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: christmas, humor, mythology, wife,

Mrs Claus

Christmas without Mrs. Claus
That could never be
Who would feed dear Santa
And trim the Christmas tree

Who would tie the ribbons
And fasten all the bows
Who would help the elves
Hang their stockings all in rows

Who would do the mending
And sew the giant sacs
Who'd care for all the reindeer
And polish up their racks

Who would keep dear Santa jolly
Keep him fat and warm
So he can ride the coldest skies
And weather any storm

All hail the unsung hero
Hooray for Mrs. Claus
The saving grace of Christmas
Best gal that ever was

Poem Details | by cheryl hoffman |
Categories: humor, mythology,

Reason for Thor's Thunder

Being a norse god with a hugh appetite,
Thor devoured golden apples with delight,
gained too many pounds,
friction causing sound,
thunder erupting from his massive thighs.





11-3-16

Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: hilarious, how i feel, humor, humorous, hurt, mythology, philosophy,

Miguel

he knows what they want he always figures it out miguel of the south as the days went by the masses grew in number they tore down the walls they flocked from the hills and from the moors in the south from the regal halls they saw the whole thing beheld the proclamation the solemn promise then he woke up hardly a truck to be found dang me, oh, dang me

Poem Details | by Ricky Smooth |
Categories: analogy, faith, god, growing up, humorous, mythology, religious,

A Godly Insight

"What if you woke up tomorrow with only
what you asked god for today?"
As I read, a scowl is freed, then a smile
indeed, and I'll tell you why - I say:

"Poseidon is not so beneficent,
And neither - I wager - is Zeus.
So it seems to me if a man is honest,
he wakes up with what HE has produced."

This much is true. But I jest, of course,
I know they mean well, but let's see...
If god is provider, I'll have some hot cider!
...And yet none is present for me.

"Now, now, be a gentleman. Don't let your
sharp tongue be like teeth." I think.
But if others' boats fill with water,
ought I not inform them they'll sink?

Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: humorous, mythology, philosophy, word play,

Olive Eo Munny

my needs and my name are really one and the same Olive Eo Munny

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: animal, dog, fantasy, funny, myth, mythology, pets,

Dragons Pets

Yet another dragon, we had to get And he just had to have a pet. For whatever reason, he chose a frog; So we took him to a bog. He cared for that frog, as if it were A beloved dog. My Great Aunt Mae, visited and for 12 days, she stayed. She volunteered, to dinner cook, But, dragon’s frog, she mistook; She served his legs with some she’d bought; Leaving dragon quite distraught. Apologizing, she said she’d pay; so, we adopted him a dog that day; dragon was quickly appeased.

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: funny, humor, mythology, philosophy, psychological, religious, silly,

The Minds of Mina and Eunice

Mi: Does God eat his boogers? 
Eu: No of course God doesn't eat his boogers.
Mi: But I thought God could do anything.
Eu: Well he could eat his boogers but he just wouldn't.
Mi: So he does have boogers.
Eu: I don't know, I don't think God has boogers.
Mi: God can have anything he wants.
Eu: I don't think he wants boogers.
Mi: I don't think we can understand the mind of God.
Eu: We can't.
Mi: Maybe god is a booger.
Eu: God's not a booger.
Mi: But if God is all things, he's an all-knowing booger. 
Eu: Stop it.
Mi: He's a wrathful all-knowing booger.
Eu: I'm not talking to you anymore.

Poem Details | by Lukas Ficklin |
Categories: celebration, fun, happy, holiday, humor, light, mythology,

Where did he go


A treasure trove so we are told
atop a clover grove will behold 
a green fortune you seek
when a leprechauns mystique
is your forgotten pot of gold 

4/3/2017
Limerick contest

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: animal, cute, fun, funny, myth, mythology, sleep,

Dragon Needs A C-PAP

Dragon Snoring loud Shook loose our walls Rebuilding was costly C-Pap!

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: animal, fun, funny, humor, humorous, myth, mythology,

Unsafe For Dragons

One day a dragon set out in flight; Up towards New York, he did alight. Landing in the middle of Times Square; He quickly did become aware; That some people he had scared; Now his tail’s a tire tracked sight!

Poem Details | by Darlene Smith |
Categories: anxiety, grandmother, humor, mythology, native american, nature, tribute,

Granny's Tonic

Oh the daily news got to her
But; she couldn't turn away
It was like watching a train wreck
Though it made her nerves so frayed

Each night she turned the tv on
And her head began to pound
Politics, crime, and taxes
Made her feel like coming unwound

Anxiety kept her up at night
This old world is such a mess
She decided that she must do something
To cure herself of stress

A cup of tea is what she needed
So she headed to Cumberland Gap
In search of the wild blue flower
The Cherokee Skullcap

Now she still watches the news each day
And laughs a bit at the moronic
For it no longer drives her mad
Thanks to her Appalachian tonic

Poem Details | by Vladimir Tumanov |
Categories: humorous, myth, mythology,

Tiresias

In Greece there once lived a great seer named Tiresias. He had no peer who could see quite as deep while awake or a sleep. So he purchased junk bonds every year.

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: fantasy, humor, music, myth, mythology, parody, satire,

Sarah Neighed for Charlie Daniels

(Quick off the top of my haid)

Da dibble go down to Georgia
A town in Texas, who knew 
He went on de run
He took his six gun
Lookin' for to doo wacka doo.

He comed across a young sure-shot
Targetin' a hickory stump
Dibble feelin' sly
Slithered up to this guy
And patted him upon the rump.

"What you doin' mistuh?
You hyeh lookin' to die?
We'll duel then you'll
End up a dead fool
For layin' yo' hand on my thigh."

Dey faced off and Johnny drew
But de dibble had drawn his too
They pissed in the wind
They humped and they sinned
And de dibble got his koo koo ka joo.