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Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: appreciation, giving, humorous, poetry, thanks,

A GIFT OF A LIFETIME - TO END ON SATURDAY MARCH 20TH 2077

I’ve received an incredible gift It has given my heart such a lift But the date that I see Is what now concerns me – It’s the date I no longer exist!!! Today I was gifted a 'lifetime' premium membership but it is somewhat disconcerting to see it ends on 3/20/2077. I hope TPS aren't psychic!!!! My mother's great great aunt lived to 111 and 121 days and was in the Guinness book of records - I hope I am around a long long time to make full use of this incredible gift. 14th October 2016


Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: art, dark, evil, funny, humorous, internet,

Modern Poetry

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turn off ad block
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ad blocker
get dressed
is not that kind of poem
vote
please favorite me
I am flavor to be
like me
love me
photoshop me
pause for second ad
add ads, subtract ads
multiply wine ads
get more wine
is a long damn add
ok
bought the Mercedes
make love
to words
iPassion
is in
snap snap and chat
latex friendships
hollywood dreams
with amex
I never leave home
there she rests
in the trunk
blood mixed
with that new car smell
everything is modern these days
even my jail cell

Poem Details | by Andrew Fairchild |
Categories: funny, humor, humorous, poetry, poets, wisdom, writing,

Sonnet 31 'How High the Bar That Makes A Poet Real'

How high the bar that makes a poet Real!
(He walks in mists, and shadows of himself)
To be a poet, is to burn with steel
Set short time in the forge, the lesser self!
He brands his heart with fiery words, set down
And burns his mind with thinking, ‘til it glows,
He hopes, of sonnets, his will be the Crown,
And hopes that all the brilliance of light, shows!
But, oftener, he writes a humble piece,
A few words cramped into a simple form,
But somehow, in his feelings, a release!
Yes, humble-bumble often is the norm.
And that high bar, he reaches seldom, and
Leaves barefoot footprints in the fruity sand.

2/20/2019

Poem Details | by Nina Parmenter |
Categories: fun, humorous, poetry, poets,

Who Reads Poetry

Who reads poetry but poets in search of words to fuel a stalling pen, a rambling crowd of self-appointed scholars absorbing thoughts, then thinking them again? Perhaps we’re just conversing with ourselves, round and round in a great verbose echo, because who reads poetry but poets, who, being poets, already know ?


Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: friendship, humorous, me, poetry, thanks, tribute,

THE QUEEN OF POOP ON POETRY SOUP

I post my poems on poetry soup About farting and guys with brewer’s droop I’ve been given a crown And I won’t let Flo down Be assured I’ll keep on posting my poop! Posted in conjunction with my blog about my amazing gifts from F J Thomas 25th January 2017

Poem Details | by Robert Ronnow |
Categories: bird, humor, insect, love, men, poetry, wine,

Can poetry matter

In the debate between accessible and difficult poems
Poets' poems and poems for people
Only the single poem and private reader matter

Both kinds and anything between can matter or not
Solid or made of air, a vase or heavy clay ashtray
One word repeated or many like a lei

An acquired taste, like wine, and like wine
Not sustenance, yet men die with their miseries
Uncut without it, news and mere matter

I advise everyone to keep a personal anthology of poems that matter
Or not. Perhaps it should be novels. Stones, insect wings,
Feathers, Birds you've seen, People loved.






Poem Details | by Darlene Gifford |
Categories: humor, poetry, writing,

My Muse Alarm

I set my morning muse alarm for 2am.
But instead, it went off at three.
"Wake up!" he said, "It's me."

I reached for pen and paper. "Stop  
fumbling, and turn on the light," he said.
"Or, you'll never be able to read 
what I'm putting in your head."

"Why are you being so bossy?" I asked.
"Sorry," he said. "But I'm in a hurry
to get to the next poet's bed."

Poem Details | by Agnes Krampe |
Categories: fun, humorous, poetry,

For Jan

Jan always likes a good pun.
She can take any topic and run.
What she writes on a fart
May not make us swoon: "Art!",
But we'll LAUGH,'cause her poems are FUN!


For Jan who reminds me that writing should first and foremost be fun!

Poem Details | by Dale Gregory Cozart |
Categories: humor, light, poetry,

The Poet's Philosophy

i write metric verse therefore iamb.

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: change, humorous, poetry,

MISCHIEF

I’m straying away from the norm

It’s stressing me out to conform

A fave form I must adjust -

The last line’s bitten the dust!



Sweet Nina is causing mischief

I’m sobbing, she’s causing me grief

Limerick’s are divine -

This one’s missing a line!



My chosen form now has mutated

It’s modern, the old ones outdated

Will my new form catch on

Now the last line has gone!




I’ve invented the ‘slimerick’ it’s a traditional limerick form but with the final line missing!

Mischief Contest Sponsor Nina Parmenter

9/5/18

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

This Poem Is Awful

This poem is awful.
Its flow is ever so clumsy,
and its rhyme is not to be endorsed,
because it’s forced. 
Like a bomb factory, it is full of bad devices:
average alliteration, similes like farts in an elevator,
and badly executed and slightly unnecessary...
enjambment. Plus it seems to be missing its


Contest: You Be The Judge
Sponsored by: Bobby May
Date Created: 8th March 2019
Your Judgment Rating:  Last

Poem Details | by Robert Warlov |
Categories: humor, irony, poetry, satire,

Main Street Laureate

On the state of American Poetry-  A Non-Poem Poem 




I'm Poet Laureate Of Main Street.
They voted.  I won.

' came down to me and the kid whose dog craps on everyone's lawns.

His poem was about a missing red crayon.
Mine-  the stop sign someone stole from the corner of Elm and Main

(I think I know who did it too).

Is it coincidence both poems are about loss? 
Probably not. Poetry is at its best when expressing loss.

He'll probably win the position back next year with a weepy poem about not having been chosen Poet Laureate Of Main Street.

That's fine with me... as long as he keeps that damn dog in his own yard.

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, poetry, word play,

HAVE I EVER TOLD YOU THAT


Deer poet tree righters fore the cite 

Pleas will ewe bee sweet 
and worn me if ewe have scene any miss stakes eye have maid
butt eye no my speeling and ewes off English is prefect!


Eye am knot shore if eye have ever tolled ewe 
that when eye right poet tree at knight ore in the mourning
eye don’t knead too ewes a smell chequer ore a theo sorearse

Off coarse, eye don’t no weather aisle get a first plaice inn the con test
butt eye want John too chews me sew eye can crews two victory!


HAVE I EVER TOLD YOU THAT...... Poetry Contest


Sponsored by John Lawless

11/11/20

Poem Details | by Jacob Cra |
Categories: kids, funny, teacher,

I Just Can't Stand Poetry

I just can't stand poetry!
It badly boggles my brain!
I'm supposed to learn to rhyme!
But uck! You think I'm not sane?

I just can't stand poetry!
With its assonance and stuff!
"These three fleas fly in the breeze,"
I have really had enough!

I just can't stand poetry!
With metaphors I am through!
I'm becoming quite outraged!
A beast I'm turning into!

I just can't stand poetry!
Using similes? The worst!
I think we both can agree,
it's like being in jail! But worse!

I just can't stand poetry!
Personification's dumb!
I think my head will explode!
BOOM! Oww... that wasn't so fun!

I just can't stand poetry!
But I HAVE TO preach it... Grr!
I wish I had not applied
To be an English teacher!

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, me, poetry,

SOUP POOP

I once knew a poet named Jan She writes when sitting on the can Some people here at soup Think her poems are poop Not everyone is a Jan fan! Contest: Sensitive Community Sponsor Skat (but a PD contest) 02~24~16

Poem Details | by Lycia Harding |
Categories: funny, tribute,

Kims Poetry Gym - Tribute Limerick

An eloquent lady named Kim
works her Words at the Poetry gym
Limericks put on mass
while Haiku takes spin class
and her Couplets are healthy and trim!



================
This limerick was written for my 
Soup buddy Kim Patrice Nunez. 
Thanks for your positive input 
and excellent support. Hugz!

Poem Details | by Bartholomew Williams |
Categories: fun, humor, journey, light, poetry, poets,

Elusive Poet

No rhyme
	This time.

Re-thought
	Still naught.

Read books
	Got looks.

Brain nap
	A sap?

More rest
	Flunked test.

Online
	Not fine.

Didn’t learn
	Still yearn.

Free verse
	Got worse.

Poet?
	Forget.

Tried hard
	No bard!



10/29/17

Poem Details | by Rick Richardson |
Categories: funny, humorous, poetry, sea,

Pirates Cove

Water wives live sheltered lives
Amongst the coves where pirates rove

Daily catch is makers match
Where red hot stoves hide fresh baked loaves

Water men are thick and thin
So often strove where shipmates hove

Water child is often wild
The treasure trove where pirates roved

19Mar14

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, poetry,

MADDENING METER

If my meter were sweeter could I be the star of the show I struggle with getting it right – I know I’ve a long way to go I sound out the syllables but where is the stress Apart from in my brain - oh I make such a mess 'Foot’ or ‘feet’ aren’t the limbs that I see Iambic pentameter – its French and Greek to me! Da DAH Da Da DAH ... it’s ringing in my head Oh I’ve had enough so I’m going back to bed 10th April 2015

Poem Details | by Cynthia Jones |
Categories: humor, imagery, inspiration, poetry, september, writing,

Cross-Eyed Woman -Limerick-

Cross eyed woman had a nasty fall after running into a brick wall she was hit over the head with a big loaf of bread while trying to play basketball. Copyright Cynthia Jones Sept.23/2004

Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: bird, children, hilarious,

Poetry Crimes

Little men making laws
Little men seeking flaws
Little men laughing at the meek
Little men weaker than wounded sheep

Oh little men, come ye here
I shall score and brand you till you tear
You will whimper and cry out for the savoir
All due to your immature and cruel behavior

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humor, poetry, writing,

I AIM TO ENTERTAIN YOU

I Love Writing Poetry My words flow freely Once my brain gets into the groove If possible I try my best to write with humour Because laughter is the best medicine … and it is much cheaper than a prescription! 3~08~15 Contest – Fibonacci – Rob Carmack Checked with how many syllables 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 ~awarded 15th place~

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, poetry,

FROM BAD TO VERSE

Jan doesn't write iambic pentameter So please don't condescend and mock her We have different styles I bring laughter and smiles Please remember Jan is just an amateur! 30th April 2015

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, me, poetry,

POETIC LICENCE

I’ve renewed my poetic licence Just hope it won’t ever expire Poetry has become a bit of an addiction My words can be fact or they could be fiction But I plan to keep on writing quite a bit Even if you think my poems are a heap of rubbish!* * Can't think of a suitable rhyming word :-) 4th January 2016

Poem Details | by Liz Walsh |
Categories: funny

To be silly with-

I would love to swim to the 'Guilamine' in the skin
Or dance on a carpet of sheer pleasure
I might like an ice-cream cone on the way
Topped with pink and golden treasure.
I would enjoy a drink made of sparkles
That might light up with yellow-red magic
My dreary grey-blue life – and then
I would anticipate with joy an umbrella
Made of silk and maidenhair fern
To be silly with –