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Poem Details | by Peter Wilson |
Categories: food, funny, health,

Roast Dinner Sin

The smell is good
Just look at the pud
Gammon, Turkey and Beef
Life’s turned over a new leaf
A few balls of stuffing
They aint made of nuffing
Many calories they carry
It’s the sausages I want to marry
Grease torpedoes and crispy potatoes
We know where all that goes
Straight to the hips
For some taste bud kicks
Oh well
Diet go to hell.


Poem Details | by Russell Grushco |
Categories: body, humor, life, loneliness, sin,

Lill cookie, lol

On one lonely night my "other brother" wrote:

My nature made of body and a soul.
They're quite different two brothers.
Soul whispers me - don't even think, don't sin.
The body, however, wants a lill cookie ;)

Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: funny, nature, sin,

Monday

News Headlines:  Rude Becky, Iris, and Lily abducted....kidnapping!!

Mercy upon my soul....buried alive rude Becky, Iris and Lily
Never shall my sin be found as long as their feet stay planted
Their sin is an age old calamity.... being too beautiful!

Keep my secret....if you know
Lethal injection is not the way to go!!

Poem Details | by RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY |
Categories: humor,

If sex is a sin

                                                   If sex is a sin

                                               Then let us do  xes

                                                 If love is a taboo

                                               Then Let us do evol

                                                   Let us evolve

                                            And if evolution is a sin

                                               Let us be an evolute

                                                      Absolute.

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: betrayal, humorous, people, political, power,

Limericks crochetes: What if what he warns's true sin

Limericks crochetés: What if what he warns’s true sin?

Is he the wrong man said the right thing
Though it’ll be wrong to agree with him
   Who know darn well we mean
   Such the omen of Djinn
Now it’s just as likely he might win

Thumbs up or thumbs down winds favour him
He can go on saying the same thing
   The more he thumps same thing
   More the votes he’ll reap in
Better be wise let him badly win

See how and what he does once he’s in
Till he undoes self in the West Wing
    There’s no way he can grin
    And keep himself within
Right or wrong he must face music’s din

©  T. Wignesan – Paris,  2016

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: art, humorous, men, miracle, sin,

Vices

Any vice is a good device 
for reclaiming a man from vice.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humorous, religion, sin,

The Wages Of Sin

There was once an old parson named Guy Flynn,

   Who ranted about the wages of sin.

      He scared the hell outta me,

         Makin' me fall on my knee,

            Forswearin' my profanity and gin!

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired


Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: hair, humor, sin, women, yellow,

life with Trump XIX

This is meant to be read with a French accent to aid the rhyme scheme:

WikiLeaks has tapes with Assange
Where Donald asks Vlad to arrange 
More Russian hookers
Who are the best lookers
To pee and tint Trump’s hair orange


Author's note: His die hard supporters should be required to die their hair orange too. At least that would be funny.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: bible, child, culture, fruit, funny, mother, sin,

The Forbidden Fruit

The Forbidden Fruit
Is bound to be cute
As enticing as it can be

A forbidden tart
May capture your heart
In the blink of an eye, you see

A Forbidden Fruit
Dumps the resolute
Straight down the chute to Hell

And every recruit
Soon learns the route
No need for the ding of a bell

A Forbidden Fruit
has one attribute
That mothers pass on to each child

When mother says, "No!"
Her child will hear, "Go!
'Tis certain to drive Mother wild!"

Poem Details | by Dale Gregory Cozart |
Categories: flower, humor,

Rose Petals and Original Sin

Two rose petals fall one on top of the other fragrant delicto

Poem Details | by Rick Richardson |
Categories: humor,

Saints and Sin

I haven't drank in ninety days
Way to go you fookin' saint
You haven't killed in thirty years
But St. Zachary you ain't. 

Her husband sells used broken cars
I get to kick the tires
While he gets soaked at all the bars
I'm putting out his fires. 

I'm pleading down to purgatory
As Satan winks at me
Though punishment be mandatory
I'll not burn for perjury.  ;)

r ~ 4/27/14


Poem Details | by Alex Klugman |
Categories: funny,

Just close my eyes, and pulls on the sin

Just close my eyes, and pulls on the sin,
In the head naked women swarm in a crowd.
And I'm feel pity for them. Poor things!
My jealous wife, like a frenzied hound,
Meets them there with a rolling pin.



Poem Details | by Sristrikarta Vaibahv vilas |
Categories: 10th grade, angel, celebrity, giggle, sensual,

Large sin small thought

   Large sin small thought 

I love you it's true 
I do care thats also true 
We play in the colors of rise 

We touch the story of books 
Gangs or gangster hang to fight with goon 
Giggles tooth brush down when I remembered 
The slap of you but smoking tounge smile 

Now we talk about the sand of race 
Wind the therapy be stand in pink louts 
Where is me under a coconut so 
Ones it's fall down on me and I say this 
It's not because gravity 

Reason is my large sin and small thought 
Because I was trying to keep you in shadow 
Of coconut tree by forgetting  about the leaf 


With love all 
Jagdish Bajantri

Poem Details | by Katherine Braithwaite |
Categories: humorous, love,

And doctrines of religion make us sin

"

He has a mobile face with rubber skin
He loved me much  and soon I  loved  him
As proofs in mathematics wear minds thin
And doctrines of religion make us sin
He makes me laugh   and Q.E.D we’re kin.
He touched me deeply where our souls begin
He has a mobile face with rubber skin
He loved me much , and soon  I   much loved him


Poem Details | by Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton |
Categories: funny, life, passion,

sin city

oh my lover...
		 more's the pity
	that i live in sin city.

	looking up an address
	is asking for a slap.

	asking for a seamstress
	is to walk into a trap.

	take me to my house please!
	you'll only lose my way

	my only fear and fantasy:
	to live here every day...

Poem Details | by Gary Smith |
Categories: funny, humorous, political,

What Was Your Sin




America, what was your sin
For the Lord, he sure has the hump.

It must have been really terrible,
For he sent you Donald Trump.

Poem Details | by April Dobson |
Categories: funny, philosophy, visionary, drug,

Taxing Sin

A tax for beer,
a tax for smokes;
So why not tax
sex and dope?

We need the money-
that’s not in doubt,
so tax that hooker
when she puts out!

And tax the dealer
who sells the drugs
to stupid kids
and slimy thugs!

While we’re at it,
let’s  regulate
disease and purity
in every  state

Let  users know
how pure’s the pot;
Inform the johns
of what she’s got

Tax the sales
and income too;
With all that cash
what could we do?

We could feed the hungry
and clothe the poor,
all on the backs
of dealers and whores...

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: giggle, god, religion, sin,

Let one loose

I accidentally let one loose
Sipping the communion juice 

The priest looked down
With a disapproving frown

Some parishioners gasped
Mothers, their babies clasped
The sexton's voice rasped:

Via the air displaced
We are all disgraced
The Lord's name debased ...
 
That would've been the end
But then I did it again ...
A little louder this time  
  ~ To highlight the rhyme










Poem Details | by randy johnson |
Categories: funny, on writing and words, people, woman, women, women,

Uglier than sin

(This is a fictional poem)

Every woman changes after we go on a date.
They become lesbians when they were previously straight.
I'm not popular with women because good looks is what I lack.
I'm getting tired of looking at mirrors because they always crack.

One woman screamed and lost bladder control when I kissed her.
Maybe the reason why I'm so ugly is because my parents are brother and sister.
I only go on blind dates and women never like what they see.
They find it more appealing to date each other than to date me.

Poem Details | by Alex Klugman |
Categories: funny,

For fifteen years I was from sin redeem

For fifteen years I was from sin redeem,
And tried to keep the healthiest  regime,
" Not drink, slept by the clock, and no smoking.
And, main, avoiding all my contacts with female!"
But, as soon, as I released from  jail, 
Unfortunately, all this  rules were broken.


Poem Details | by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu |
Categories: humor, satire, sin,

They took off

Heavenly gates opened,
and all devils took off

Poem Details | by Daisy Ward |
Categories: fun, funny,

THE SIN

The young man though it was a sin
When shooting crap across the bend
So, he swallowed the dice
Paid a healthy price
Stomach dice was his only friend