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Poem Details | by John Heck |
Categories: funny

Pathmark Perversity - New York

Cucumbers, celery and stem-vine tomatoes
were hobnobbing with my Russett potatoes.
Pears and plums and one Georgian peach
winked at the Wisk and Snuggled the bleach.
Pretzels and popcorn and the Tostitos chips
ogled in awe as Meyer's bacon strips stripped!
Mr. Clean and Mrs. Dash espied a risqued art - 
when double-clipped coupons tainted the cart!



Poem Details | by Charleen Martinez |
Categories: funny, boy,

The boy from New York

There once was a boy from New York 
Who refused to taste any pork
Until one bright day
A damsel did say
“let me feed you, my love, from this fork”

Poem Details | by ilene bauer |
Categories: humor, new york,

My New Neighbor

Paul McCartney bought a home
Just blocks away from mine.
Of course, he faces Central Park
With views, I’m sure, divine.

My whole apartment likely
In his living room would fit.
I’ll let you know as soon as I
Have been inside of it.

For now that we’ll be neighbors,
I’m convinced – don’t you agree?
That I’ll receive an invitation
For a spot of tea.

I’ll tell him of the fan mail 
That I sent him long ago.
I never got his answer
But the mail is so darn slow!

We’ll catch up on how life has been – 
I want to know it all;
I’m sure we’ll have a lovely time
When I hear from Sir Paul.

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

A Two-Timer From New York Town

A two-timer cheater from New York town 
Who just enjoys so much to go down 
Stocks tires and his likes 
He owns cars and a pink bike 
And he uses them when does it all down! 


Dorian Petersen Potter 
Aka ladydp2000 
Copyright@2014 


September, 8, 2014 


Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: funny

A Dork From New York

There once was a fellow from New York
This dummy was an absolute dork
He bet on the Jets
A move he regrets
He thought babies were brought by the stork

Poem Details | by Iris Elizabeth Sankey-Lewis |
Categories: humor,

Four-Three-Two Park in New York

Four-Three-Two Park in New York
Haunts the masses night and day
Each cardinal view shows phallus palace
Belonging to those ultra famous?
Such joy-stick of the rich
Belongs to a one-legged giant
You'll see Gulliver's thumb up
Some say it's freedom from poor people tower

Four-Three-Two Park in New York
could be mid-finger of a financial foe
A sore pinkie
It's match stick of the ten percent
A giant chop stick
A may pole sans ribbons
It is the pencil tower

Four-Three-Two Park in New York
Is a tooth pick award
and that too, is final.

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Poem Details | by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen |
Categories: color, humor,

NEW YORK EGGS

Yellow and white,

New yolk eggs,

New York become fat!

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: film, humorous, inspirational, new york, religious, youth,

Oscar-ku 17 -Going My Way

young progressive priest
financially failing Church. . .
swinging on a star






Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via wattpad.com

Poem Details | by ilene bauer |
Categories: funny, introspection, new york,

Plumage

Peacocks always strut about
In all their cobalt splendor;
While peahens, on the other hand,
Get ripped off for their gender.

Many birds do follow suit – 
The males get all the frills;
While females’ feathers, drab and brown,
Don’t offer many thrills.

As humans go, the opposite
Is usually the case;
For sparkling jewels and colors bright
The female does embrace.

Except in New York City, where
We’ve set the species back,
Since most stylish New York women
Like to keep their plumage black!


Ilene Bauer

Poem Details | by Marilyn Williams |
Categories: appreciation, celebration, holiday, humanity, humor, inspiration, new york,

November

It's November, There are three holidays in the month: Election Day, Vetern's Day, and Thanksgiving Day. Everyone will be looking forward to Thanksgiving. With special feasts lined up. Hams, Turkeys big and small, Pigeon Peas, and Cocunut Rice, Mac and Cheese, Sweet Potatoes, Gravy, Stuffing of Apples and Raisians and Corn Bread Stuffing Mix. What a wonderful feast as this. And all the while we wait for the Big One in December. Christmas what a treat? Toys for Boys and Dolls for Girls. I can't wait.

Poem Details | by Michael Degenhardt |
Categories: funny

Clintons in New York (A Halloween Tale)

As darkness descends quietly, upon the little town 
The children, eager with their bags, are walking so carefree
They know no fear but taught to them, by their parents’ words
So quickly, they all seek their prize and take, this Halloween

While coming with the darkness, upon this hallows eve
An evil force awakened by the many who pretend
With masks upon their faces, hoping to cause fear
The darkness hides the truth, that’s bringing the towns end

The scary dying breath that now falls upon this town
Is a residential force that has sought its permanence
May the many who depict it by scoffing with its mask
Soon realize they’re the reason that it never up and went

Poem Details | by CHRISTOPHER BOWEN |
Categories: art, celebrity, character, humor, integrity, music, new york,

Freudiana

Freudiana

Famous poet Barclay Cruse
curent toast of New York salons
wears tinted glasses and Italian shoes
and composes doggerel for subway johns.

Acclaimed a purist by his colleagues
hard-edge painter Geoffrey Pyle
earned during Summers spent at Antibes
covert commissions from Armstrong Tile.

Junk sculptor Cranston Bold
collects mufflers and I'm told
often edits his creations
to fix his Chevy station wagon.

Cordell composes way-out music
quartets for flute and flushing toilets.
His father was a music critic
and caned him with his clarinet.

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: america, humorous, political,

Hot Dogs A New York Tale

Hot Dogs A New York Tale

There once lived a Mayor named Di Blasio,
Who had steamy, hot desires for Ocasio!
In an effort to woo her and all health crackpots, too, 
He pulled out his very lengthy political lance.

"Ah, Divine Maiden, I want you all for my own.
For only this for you will I do,
I am deporting all unhealthy, evil hot dogs to
France."
Maiden Ocasio in gratitude fell to her feet.

So Nathan's went out of business!
Oh how greatly, the New Yorkers wept!
Said she: "The world will indeed be Green!
You and I will be King and Queen..
No cows, no cars, no steel buildings
Divinely, so peachy-clean!"


Panagiota Romios
4/25/2019
11:58pm PST
Re-edited at 4:25pm PST

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: city, food, humorous, universe,

The Universe, Narrowed Down to New York


He was a bit overawed
   his topic, too broad
A speech on 'The Universe'
   ought not to be terse

So he narrowed it down
   to his beloved hometown
He focused on New York --
   Jews and Muslims who eat pork

He cited some verses
   from the Bible and Koran
Then he threw up his hands
   Said, "I've done the best I can."

The judges cried, "Bravo!"
   You're a brilliant young man
We award you first prize:
   An autographed copy of
   ~ 'Green Eggs and Ham'

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: humor, new york,

Roundabout

New York Christians, Muslims, and Jews
Claim they walked a mile in God's shoes
As you may surmise
When asked for the size
They say they went barefoot like youse!