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Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: age, funny, nature, society, technology, youth,

Fall

Fall and
red yellowing 
leaves in the trees

an old man sitting 
on a bench
watches them 
fall
and thinks of his youth

a youth 
sitting on a bench
looking into his iPhone
simulates the falling 
red yellowing leaves
and googles 
the future 
of trees


Poem Details | by Lewis Raynes |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, desire, humor, humorous, love, society,

She loves jewellery

She has a collection, an unusual collection, 
Of four thousand and forty two,
Colourful, shapely, dangly rings, 
From green to gold to blue,

That she wears from ears, her nose, her lips, 
The ones that are on show,
And she wears a heap in other places, 
But there I will not go,

Her arms both glitter, her legs glisten, 
Her neck’s a twinkle on display,
She’s a shiny beautiful colourful star, 
When she walks throughout the day,

From hoops, to drops, to barbell hugs, 
She loves wearing tiny rocks,
But no one can actually see her now, 
She’s become a walking jewellery box.


Poem Details | by John Michaels |
Categories: america, beauty, culture, humorous, political, satire, society,

Model Behaviour

Catwalks
Crowd gawks

Wont style
Forced smile

Strike pose
Fake nose

Weird strut
Flat butt

Scant curves
Unnerves

Small-hipped
Lunch skipped

Stick-thin
Chagrin

Faux tan
Pecan

Plucked brow
Used plough?

Long lash
Bleached 'tache

Plump lips
Veiled nips

Waxed mound
Astound

Forebear
Despair

Sweet girls
Morph churls

Sly pout
Grim trout

Taut thighs
All lies

Make hot
Post-shot

Airbrushed
Not hushed

Mere gaud
Defraud

Model?
Twaddle!

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25 November 2017

For the "Footle Form - Sequenced or Stand-Alone" contest, sponsored by Brian Strand.

Poem Details | by PJ Gongora |
Categories: conflict, confusion, evil, hilarious, society, trust, truth,

Why People Lie

Some people lie for no reason at all
While many lie with a great reasoning
Most lie to safeguard and be saved from fall
Others let themselves be blamed for speaking. 

Few lie for a good acceptable cause
And many just construct a cause to lie
Its not always the flip side of truth's pause
Sometimes a lie stands on its own clean tie. 

For lying is a complex social act
More than a habit but a human trait
To be a well functional artefact
Protecting expectations truth can't wait.

Lies cover up another truth to suit
Or made to create a new set of truth.

Poem Details | by Joe DiMino |
Categories: allegory, analogy, humor, philosophy, society, wisdom, word play,

Intelligent Life

Before leaving earth
we should seek to find 
intelligent life…if

we are to identify it elsewhere;

for the universe is
an obvious abundance

while man has yet
to expose his own….

Poem Details | by Zamreen Zarook |
Categories: age, angel, beautiful, beauty, body, boyfriend, celebration, celebrity, change, character, creation, desire, emotions, children, friendship, girl, girlfriend, hero, humorous, i love you, image, life, memorial day, memory, middle school, relationship, romantic, school, society, student, teen, teenage, truth, wisdom, woman, women, words, world, youth,

Fake Words

Fake Words – Zamreen Zarook

God have given us mouth,
Not to speak to north and south,
Tongue is given under an oath,
So it’s our duty to protect them both.

Girls chat fake with boys,
Having a notion that the boys are toys,
They often make varied noise,
Thinking to keep a trap on handsome guys.

Boys are also human being,
So it’s not possible being clean,
Things varies in the way they are seen,
So positive thinking will make you keen.

Boys’ minds are pure,
As it is pure bio,
So don’t try to pour vino,
Which will take decades to get cure.

Poem Details | by Warner Baxter |
Categories: funny, hilarious, humorous, jobs, rude, society, star,

Hedgehog - adult

I ONCE MET A MAN IN **** WHO’S TOOL WAS BIGGER THAN CORN NO TWITTER NOR BLOG THEY CALLED HIM HEDGEHOG HE HUFFED PUFFED AND BLEW HIS OWN HORN

Poem Details | by Jacob Reinhardt |
Categories: analogy, art, change, city, class, community, culture, humor, humorous, identity, imagination, life, longing, philosophy, satire, self, senses, silly, slavery, social, society, time, today, truth, wisdom,

Clock

Clock!
You sculpt the clay of my life
With your rigid hands,
Shouting your high commands through morning alarms. 
Accusations fly
As you collect your daily payment of attention.

When I find myself savoring life’s sweetness,
You sprint behind my back.
And when pain drops my heart from my chest,
You linger, rubbernecking from the wall.

You enclose the whole of my life
In that circular frame,
Ever spinning in your infinite math,
Drunk with power!

Clock!
I can take no more of your tyranny!
I can afford no more of your triple A battery lunches-
I am afraid you’ve run out of time.
So keep your hands out of my business, I’m sleeping in today.

Jacob Reinhardt							09/05/2013


Poem Details | by Aubrey Brown |
Categories: emotions, humorous, nonsense, parody, society,

Elevator, Elevator

Elevator, elevator
One of the most awkward places you can be
Standing, crowded much too close to me
Should you say hello or just keep to yourself?
So you stand there stiff resembling a doll on a shelf
Elevator, elevator
A sudden stench encompasses the whole box
People look around like they’ve caught the chicken pox
The air is thick with unease and irritability
Everyone’s in a rush, utilizing their capability
Elevator, elevator
After what seems to be millennia the box stops abruptly
Another stop, still standing waiting for the lobby
Irish man breaks the silence with a witty comment
Its just like the movies –elevator ineptness is his vent

Poem Details | by Mason Hartley |
Categories: humor, philosophy, sad, satire, simple, society, truth,

Daylight Savings

Daylight savings lies.
The days length never changes
Nor do I sleep more.

Poem Details | by Raj Napal |
Categories: children, culture, dad, hair, humor, society, teen,

Man Bun

My son is growing a man bun.
I don’t know how big it’ll be when he’s done.
He’s only sixteen you know and at his age it’s fun.
So I’ll just watch but if it gets too big, I’ll have to run.

My son is growing a man bun.
I don’t know how big it’ll be when he’s done.
He’s only sixteen you know and at his age it’s fun.
So I’ll just watch, but if it gets too big, I’ll have to run.

I told him to grow a man beard, a big bushy one, like mine.
But, he tells me that’s not for him as he’ll look like a bum.
What! Is he saying his dad is a bum and dumb?
Well, he’s a kid; he’ll be different when he grows into a man!

Poem Details | by Dylan Jacobs |
Categories: career, computer, culture, humorous, internet, society, technology,

Todays Modern Lawyer

Hidden behind one of a billion screens 
Sits todays modern lawyer
Lines of code query through the possibilities 
Finding the best-fit affair

His personal attachment to the case 
Minimal, yet filled with burning passion 
His native tongue
Aggressive vulgarity
The overwhelming platform of communal ignorance 
Reinforces his arrogance

Todays modern lawyer radiates omnipotence through words
His persuasion isn’t in a courtroom 
Nor is it on a piece of paper

It echoes through the minds of the mindless
The minds of todays modern lawyer

 

Poem Details | by Nicholas Rush |
Categories: food, funny, giggle, happiness, hilarious, joy, society,

The Bakers Brekky


The bakers brekky, was quite the tasty meal.
Eggs, crumpets, and tea plus butter was ideal.
Porridge when it’s brisky,
Cider quaffed so frisky,
Likes his crumpet crispy; brekky glut with zeal.
(And his gut he surely feeled.)

Poem Details | by Thomas Martin |
Categories: earth, humorous, society,

Emergency Meeting of Flat Earth Society

Called meeting of Flat Earth Society 
The Enclosed Earth theory must refute
As well Hollow Earth theory to dispute
and that dag nab round earth futility

It's clear as dirt we must confute
That old thingamajig gravity
Which with not our abacus compute
So how can we on an earth agree

Such a problem the enclosed earth theory,
Where we are all living in a Truman Show,
And of the hollow earth so very weary,
To this silliness in the trash throw.

Then all scientists and fools will flock
To see us clinging to this flatty rock.

Poem Details | by David Sollis |
Categories: humor, humorous, social, society, technology,

facebooker

I post on my wall when I’m Happy.
I post on my wall when I’m sad.
I post on my wall for no reason at all,
and upload snaps of food I’ve just had.

I’m ever so popular on facebook.
I’ve got nine-hundred-and-eighty best friends.
What? – no, of course I’ve not met them all!
That’s a custom our deep-bond transcends.

Poem Details | by Lexmilian de Mello |
Categories: history, humor, inspiration, peace, people, philosophy, political, religion, religious, romance, social, society, words,

Book Launch

The generous seas do roam vividly,
And sacred words spoken earnestly.
People suffer and people go to war,
I just hope these words will go afar.

Yesterday I published a FREE book,
Indeed a feat of altruism, no crook!
I suffer in silence in every moment.
I have no money to publish a stunt.

I was just hoping for word-of-mouth
And email propagation as loudmouth.
Book is at: http://bookbooster.com/newage.htm
I accept feedback just at: percarus@hotmail.com

OFFICIALLY THE MOST ELOQUENT STORY TELLING POETRY BOOK EVER WRITTEN
-ALL NON FICTION- (This spiel typed in the spur of the moment - God Bless you)

Poem Details | by Gail Foster |
Categories: england, humor, marriage, political, society, trust, wisdom,

Corbyn's Labour

From something old
Comes something new
A different shade 
More red than blue
From Old Labour
Borrowing
Good favour
And
A following

by Gail












Poem Details | by JJ Hammer |
Categories: america, destiny, funny, humorous, political, society, usa,

Trump Trump Trump

Congratulations to Donald Trump
Who gave Hillary Clinton the dump
She looked as clueless as Forest Gump
As voters saw her as Obama's chump

Election night went bump bump, bump
Republicans began to jump, jump, jump
Democrats now in a slump, slump, slump
Their throats feeling a lump, lump, lump

Supporters of Donald shaking their rumps
From women who are pleasingly plump
To the proud soldier revealing his stump
Nary a reveler with the face of a grump

He managed to get over a critical hump
Speaking about women he wanted to pump
Turn up the volume, listen to the thump
Of our 45th president, Donald Trump


                John j jr

Poem Details | by jason schropp |
Categories: business, change, hero, hip hop, humor, society, urban,

hey immigrant

punctured, onward continue to quit decision's to make second guessing a moment ,
wit a wound wide opened by sliding the cold shoulder's lap first but enlightened by composure, intellect wasted misuse's of time the truth withheld to prove ill state vs. denial of a mans prime singled too proud deviating the lost to worship no man who lives under trial.  

Poem Details | by Jesse Day |
Categories: conflict, confusion, fear, funny, introspection, life, self, society, surreal,

The Center

If only I could enter
Through patient, timid
Walls from center
Of the soul, heart
Predestined fears
Of spirit, mind
Unpleasant peers
Of friends, relatives
Wondering eyes
Of lovers, celibates
Obsessive spies
And I am in the Center.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: health, humor, satire, society,

Diet Riot

You're not doing well,
  Ya gotta lose weight;
Keep track of every particle
  Of food on your plate.

Count calories obsessively,
  Go on diets galore;
Don't even eat jello,
  'Cuz "there's always room for more."

Drink water constantly
  Eight bottles a day;
That'll surely take
  Your appetite away.

Yet at the end of the day,
  When all's said and done;
You lost one whole ounce,
  Was that any fun?

Poem Details | by David Sollis |
Categories: character, funny, light, political, power, satire, society, truth,

Most Politicians Are:

Laudable, fine, upstanding folk.  
Year on year they shoulder the yolk.
Illustrious and kind,
Noble and refined,
Genial, with no wish to provoke.

Sincere as sincere as can be.
Honest – well, as honest as me.
Intelligent and witty,
Trustworthy and gritty.
Shame all this is pure fantasy.

Poem Details | by Brian Davey |
Categories: games, humor, smart, society,

Intellectual Sale



    Intellectual Sale


What is within sentiment,
 but questions of a word.
  What is it that is meant,
   words upon words, absurd.

Believe to see invisibility,
 look for what's not there.
  The visibility in its reality,
   is the nothingness of nowhere.

Confusion on what is respectable,
 and what is able of respect.
  The discount priced designer label,
   a 25% off sale of your intellect...

bmdavey@1/21/12

Poem Details | by Litan Dey |
Categories: humorous, simple, society,

Lizard

Lizard is truth
Lizard is foul
Lizard! You and I are what we are distinctly

Truth or bitter
Freshwater or saline water
It mixes with our life
-in our wounds.

I am tired
thirst for your love
I can not bear this loneliness
When I stop thinking about you
The Lizard run over my head
Why you are making sounds now, Lizard?
If you are happy with her
Give me more pain!

Lizard is truth
Lizard is foul
Lizard! You and I are what we are distinctly

Day passes
My night lengthened
If it is true to life as one wish
Why I became deaf?

Lizard! Stop making false clops












Poem Details | by Freddie Robinson Jr. |
Categories: funny, humorous, satire, society,

Luddite


'Cordin' to ma,
it's spittin' fact wha' she said,
I da sebenth gen from my famous pa Ned
He hated m'chines,
said deh was evil metal beasts
I be da sebenth son of Ludd,
and I believe all dat he preached
Proud am I
ta be a Luddite
I be fightin' da good fight,
standin' 'ginst m'chanical progress
wit all my might
Ma dehn't raise no dummy,
I is no mindless m'chine
I be sebenth gen Luddite,
gon crush dos metal bastards to smit'reens
Proud am I 
ta be a Luddite
I be fightin' da good fight
Keep grabbin' dos dumb 'bots by da throat
Doh I do fess my secret sin,
I luv my TV remote