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Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: betrayal, boat, change, computer, confusion, cool, crazy, cute love, emotions, fantasy, funny, funny love, heart, heartbroken, hello, irony, light, loneliness, lonely, lost love, love, love hurts, parody, relationship, river, romantic, sad love, satire, soulmate, voyage, wisdom,

Boat

I had my heart put on auto-pilot,
set to navigate towards you; 

the low-battery signal just came on,
I don't know what to do. 



Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: football, giggle,

DROWNING IN A RIVER OF TEARS

Germany scored seven goals, poor Brazil is awash with tears
Guess they won’t need any rainfall for at least a hundred years

Jan Allison
9th July 2014


Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, art, education, funny, imagination, inspirational, mystery, nature, places, science fiction, sea, seasons, uplifting, visionary

Cry Me A River

at the mouth of cave
aqua insurgent brushstrokes
cry me a river

Poem Details | by Thomas Martin |
Categories: cat, cool, funny, river, storm,

After the Shower

after the shower
two siamese cross the stream
playing in the water

Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: art, crazy, fishing, funny, poets, river,

The Naked Truth

Whispers dance inside my head
Reflections glance at a substance dead
Confirmations of my unpoetical pen
Only white spaces mirrored back
No one has a word to say
The mirror tells I should go away
The oceans piers toss me deep
Into contemplation of my rude upkeep
Sheepish sins, bitter gin
The naked truth
No one reads my scribbles doo
Oh how my dribble makes me blue

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: allusion, humor, irony, psychological, river, word play, youth,

Juvenile

When the young Nile decided to run opposite of its peers.

Poem Details | by John lawless |
Categories: fishing, humor,

River Wok

River Wok

whiskered water cats
caught and cleaned in fresh fillet
sizzling river wok


John G. Lawless
8/27/2014
For PD’s River Walk(?) contest

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: caregiving, feelings, flower, funny, health, nature, river,

Achoo Haiku

    Achoo Haiku

Cold swift river

Sneezes on the lotus shore

Take 2 aspirin


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

A Young Girl From River Front

 
(Limerick) 

A young girl from Old River Front 
Got so hungry she went on a hunt 
But got more than she care 
When encountered a bear 
So she ran, cuz that was too much to confr'nt! 


Dorian Petersen Potter 
Aka ladydp2000 
Copyright@2014 



Poem Details | by Seren Roberts |
Categories: funny,

Man lived by a river

There was a man who lived by a river
Wasn’t a taker but a giver
Gave away his only vest
Cos his friend was cold and perplexed.
Now all he can do is shiver

Poem Details | by Christina Hons |
Categories: fun, hope, humor, light, river, water, weather,

What I Accomplished Today

What I had planned for the day is no longer an option for me.
20 minutes on a full body vibration machine
30 minutes in a sauna. Same for the oxygen bar.
A free lunch with my friend, but I cannot get to my car.
It has been pouring down rain for a few days. Everything is starting to flood.
Today I will be unable to meet my friend with a microscope who's fascinated by blood.
Turned on the television. Someone discussing Greek and Roman Parthenons.
Oh goody! What joy! It's an Ancient Aliens marathon.
Flipped open my journal looking for something to do.
Guess I'll enter a poetry contest or two.

May 15, 2015

Poem Details | by Robert Andrew Lyle |
Categories: fun, funny, hope, humor, nature, river,

Hope Stick

I drop a stick down from the bridge
Into the waters far below
It carries my hopes with it
To see how far my stick will go

I am hoping it will travel far
And bounce upon the eddies
Missing all those obstacles
Going straight and fast and steady

I hope the bends to navigate
In the middle of the flow
To get caught by vegetation 
Means there’s nowhere left to go

My stick has now bobbed out of sight
In the sunlight’s bright reflection
I hope to see it soon again
Still going in the right direction

Not all my hopes on this stick rest
Because that would be silly
I have another in my hand
To throw into the Swilly      
( Swilly is a river in Donegal  Ireland )



Poem Details | by Orma Sullivan |
Categories: funny,

River Conch

If you want 
to hear the Amazon,
hold a banana
up to your ear.

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: dad, family, father, giggle, growing up, river, time,

MY FATHER USED TO SAY

MY FATHER USED TO SAY.......

My father used to say...
"Don't come back if you drown!"
He often acted the clown...
My endearing mum used to say..
"They'll come home in time for tea,
Wait and see.."
My Father used to say...
"Kids come home when they're hungry!
Now don't come back if you drown...."
My Father was always playing the clown..
River of time, all water under the bridge,
Time and the river, flowing away. 
Things my Father used to say.

Poem Details | by Molly Cooper |
Categories: funny, nature

River in Early July

Flowing, sparkling, refreshingly clear
Dipped in my toes, ah yes too cold -just as I feared








For John Freemans Contest 

Poem Details | by shane solomon |
Categories: black african american, funny, people,

A River in Egypt Called Denial

I live in self denial
Can't bring myself to realize
Or even admit the truth
That I'm really black

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, allusion, analogy, humorous,

Best About My River

Best About My River

What I always liked best about my river
Was many dreams to me it would deliver
And another and another was here waiting
For me and many more river kept making.

Put dream in bottle and down river did send
Which I wanted delivered to a waiting friend
Who on other side of ocean was waiting there
To read my brilliant poem beyond compare.

Not only was a dream nut also a poem inside
He picked up poem and read with much pride
Remember derelict Trump I had detected
Republican Party refused to have him selected.

Ho Ho Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Gregory Golden |
Categories: funny

What A Lovely River Smile

Have you ever
Seen a hippopotamus
Running in cadence,
Alongside an
African, Kenyan man
Oh, what a lovely  
River smile

Poem Details | by jan oskar hansen |
Categories: funny, history, music, music,

love by the river

Love by the River. 

I carried the old fashion gramophone,
she carried the records to the river. 
We sat and I kissed her while listening 
to 1959 records.

Let´s have a dip. Naked we swam in 
the moonlit river that cleanses disgust.
Her armpits had the aroma of clover

Started gramophone again, music back 
then was so trite, lyrics boring and her 
body looked enchanting in moonlight. 

I threw the bloody music machine into 
the river, she did ditto with the records. 
We made love in stillness as trout waked 
I regretted not having  brought a fishing rod. 

Poem Details | by Probir Gupta |
Categories: beauty, books, hilarious, imagery, life, light, river,

Slight Dim Please

The lighting, it was over-bright
So much so that I could not read
Your book of hills and delta bright
The lighting, it was over-bright
This time can you tone it down slight
I understand you feel our need
The lighting, it was over-bright
So much so that I could not read
_________________________________
June 15, 2016

Poem Details | by Mike Jones |
Categories: humor, night, river, summer,

Summer night on the river

The fading sunlight angles through the trees –
Strange alchemy that turns the river gold;
And on this balmy night with scarce a breeze
To trouble little ducklings gay and bold,
They sail and scoot around without a care
And do not see, submerged, the danger there.
In silence, in the shallows, lurks a pike.
He’s long and lean with hunger. Lies in wait :
Young ducklings for dinner, that’s what he’d like,
But then, a passing heron seals their fate.
He splashes down amongst the waving reeds
And scatters ducklings safely back upstream,
	Apart from one, who paddles without fear
	Downstream, accelerates towards the weir !

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: beauty, giggle, girl, health, native american, relationship, river,

Hoo Noo

I met a girl in Cibecue
Who did not quite know what to do
Then down by the river
She turned Indian-giver
And I ended up with the flu