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Poem Details | by Deborah Finneran |
Categories: beautiful, change, character, chocolate, food, fun, growing up, happy, heaven, humorous, i love you, imagination, inspiration, inspirational, introspection, joy, life, light, love, metaphor, philosophy, self, simple, strength, success, thank you, thanks, thanksgiving, time, today, truth, uplifting, visionary, wisdom, words,

Cookies-Food For Thought

Cookies -
Why can’t I have the chocolate one
I want more
She took my cookie
Hers is bigger than mine
I want to trade
That’s not fair

Cookies +
Thank you for the cookie
I love you
Thanks for all you do for me
I am satisfied
This is good
I am loved
Written By  Deborah Finneran :)  2013


Poem Details | by Jaquay Atkins |
Categories: addiction, anniversary, anxiety, art, baby, beautiful, beauty, blessing, boyfriend, class, confidence, conflict, desire, destiny, devotion, education, environment, faith, fantasy, fate, feelings, for her, fun, funny love, future, giggle, girlfriend, happiness, heart, heaven, life, light, loneliness, lonely, lost, lust, magic, strength, stress, sweet love, symbolism,

I Love You

Often, I have uttered these words to myself
Your feminity has entranced my manhood
My vision is focused on your subject matter 
A quick study of a woman's psychology 
I feel you with my mind, and touch you with my eyes
Senses are heightened in your very presence 
Soon, I will utter the ultimate words of encouragement 
Constant admiration for your hidden strengths 
Instant chemistry between us has changed our biology 
Soon, I will hold you tight and recite the following;
Baby, I love you

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: humorous, men, people, power, strength, time,

Time and a clock

If not time, but a clock, 
that's what each one can block.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014

Poem Details | by Elizabeth Smith |
Categories: age, allusion, body, humorous, imagination, inspiration, strength,

AGELESS

One has a body that defines age
It's there performing until turning 
the last page

However it's subject just as are all 
life forms
To times' ravages which then become 
the norms 

The body is the container for its driving 
machine
It's the mind of course what else would 
that mean

The mirror reveals a time-aged exterior
But a working mind is proof of an ageless
 interior

Poem Details | by Abdulhafeez Oyewole |
Categories: feelings, food, funny, senses, strength,

Cinqku Two

Stomach!
Keep quiet,
Or want a cane?
It’s too early for that.
Be calm!

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: humorous, strength,

A grasp and a gasp

The stronger
the grasp,
the longer
the gasp.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014

Poem Details | by Suraj Singh |
Categories: goodbye, humor, i am, sorrow, sorry, strength, suicide,

Questions For You

One day I'll be gone
I guess I'm not wrong. 
I have few questions for you
Answer them when you have time
But without a single crime this time. 
Would you cry? 
Would you even try? 
Would you ever ask yourself why? 
Would you say its such a waste? 
Would you wonder at the haste?

Poem Details | by randy johnson |
Categories: bullying, funny, humor, strength,

Spinach Doesn't Give Super Strength

I believed those cartoons when Popeye whooped Bluto.
If you're wondering if it was real, the answer is hell no.
When I watched those cartoons, I was dumb because I believed them fully.
I decided to eat a can of spinach and then face the neighborhood bully.
I believed the spinach would give me super strength, I had no doubt.
But that bully nearly broke my neck, he turned me inside out.
I was shocked and horrified when I didn't win.
I was humiliated, I'll never watch Popeye again.
Spinach is healthy, that is one hundred percent true.
But if you eat it and then face a bully, he will kill you.

Poem Details | by Andrew Battaglino |
Categories: divorce, funny, strength,

Man Named Morse





There once was a man named Morse
Who was really as strong as a horse
But when he feared a little mouse
Running madly around the house
His wife quickly filed for a divorce

Poem Details | by lucy needham |
Categories: humor, strength,

Go Ahead

Go ahead. 

Cast my heart out to the sea,
and watch it crumble quietly,
break my spirit, make it rain,
you'll see what happens, 
see no pain.

Take your shot and do your best,
then watch me laugh
at all your mess,
try to hurt me,
it won't work,
so go ahead,
and do your worst. 



Poem Details | by Debjani Mitra |
Categories: food, funny, imagination, meaningful, relationship, strength, together,

Chickpeas

chickpeas in a pod
conglomerate of peanuts
butter of hummus 


Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: humorous, life, strength,

A grip of steel

Train your ability to steal 
and you will get a grip of steel.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: drink, humor, morning,

FULL STRENGTH

“Seriously,” the comedienne rasps: “can we talk about coffee?!”
The palms of my feet grind the beans in my sleep.
My bathrobe ties dangle, my hair’s unbrushed.
Can of spinach don’t do much, but caffeine aroma lifts me up.


The tilt wand opens my eyes, i can barely see through the slats
Sweet savory cream kisses my Olive Oil lips, Popeye laughs,
“A-gah-gah-gah-gah-gah!”
After two gallons, the pull cord opens the theatrical blinds, full strength.


Kim Rodrigues © 2017

Popeye and Olive Oil are cartoon characters created by Elzie Crisler Segar


Poem Details | by Chris Hagy |
Categories: crazy, funny, hurt, irony, perspective, strength,

The Busted Hitch Hiker

 I never thought I’d be the one
 To injure, re-injure, and re-injure my own thumb

 First time crushed between horse and steel fence
 Second time bitten by a cat in defense
 Third time sadly was self inflicted
 An accident of course…
 None the less thumb thinks vindictive

 This time though it’s nice to know
 That I am self dependant…

 I licked my wound and stitched myself
 Saving the cost of the Corporate Medical Boss

 A little self- med and off to bed…
 I wonder when poor thumb will fall off?!  

Poem Details | by EDORE PAUL OYAKHILOME |
Categories: depression, education, health, hope, life, lost love, love, sad, sympathy, uplifting, pain, strength, giggle,

THE DAZZLING ILLUSION

A CHILDISH GIGGLE,
WOLF CRY ROUSED.
THE TIRED WOMAN ON BED.
THE GIGGLE CAME AGAIN IN  
DIRECTION OF BATHROOM,
WHO KEEPS A ROOM FULL OF TOYS?
DAZZLER, SO THEY CALL LIKE MORNING DEW
THIS SOON MELTS.
DAZZLERS, GLITTERING LIKE GOLD BUT NOT GOLD.
DAZZLER, WHAT DAZZLES
THE INCURABLE PAIN OF UNCERTAIN DAYS.
THE EMPTY PROMISES WITH THE DAZZLING ILLUSION.
THE STRONG WILL TO LIVE,
BY THE GIFT OF LOVE,
IS THE STRENGTH OF ONES? 
YES, THE STRENGTH IS LOVE, 
LET WADE THIS POOL OF PAIN 
TOGETHER IN LOVE IS WHAT DAZZLES.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: animal, humor, sick, strength,

Super Roo

There once was an athletic kangaroo
Who came down with a bad case of the flu --
   He sneezed really loud
   Jumped over a cloud -- 
Landed with a red cape and an achoo

Poem Details | by richard nnoli |
Categories: africa, courage, freedom, humanity, humor, strength, writing,

let your heart speak

Let your heart speak
Poets are the eyes
Of the world

A poet hearts
Is too large
Some times heavy 
Some times light 

Poetry is an act 
Of humanity
For those who are 
Of love

Poetry is my song
Poetry is my life
Poetry is my soul
Poetry is my spirit 

I love the gift of nature
When the pen 
Pens what the heart bleeds

So on poetry oh poets
Let your heart speak

Poem Details | by Patrick Hamilton |
Categories: analogy, confusion, dedication, hope, humorous, strength, wisdom,

I AlphaBET Not

Mystically murky memories

Antagonize anyone and anything

Despite delving deep down

Each embellishment encompasses eternal envy

You yearn, yet…

Only one option opens

Understand, undertakings undo unambiguously

Live, laugh, love, let lie

Opt out of obligation

Offer open objections ostensibly

Knowledge kindles kindness

Poem Details | by Kevon Worrell |
Categories: funny, hilarious, imagination, recovery from, strength,

Mighty man

Mighty man with a mighty punch 
Will leave you unable to munch 
Fist that is hard as iron 
Shall leave you with knuckle burn
Better yet days without being able to crunch

Poem Details | by Krishna Bhatta |
Categories: anti bullying, art, autumn, humorous, imagination, innocence, strength,

Sweet Imagination

Super Fantasy is my new Teacher
Secret code to talk in Letter
Services are to do to show Man-li-ness
Inner-Peace falls in this Category

Teenage is just Time-For-This
Activity to do is Really-Nothing
New-Embodied-Heaven is that Place
Where Intelligence is in Awakeness

Goal is to make Joy and Travel as a Result

Poem Details | by richard nnoli |
Categories: africa, confidence, humor, strength, uplifting,

Life

Life
Deeper I go
In deepness of life

Cos light is 
Stronger than
Darkness

I keep fighting
Cos the rules 
Of nature are 
The ugliness human
Exchange to a merit in life 

Now was us free
Has a price

Especially in man
Made civilization

So instead to be 
Just a victim

I chose to go 
Deep in the 
Deepness of 
Life













Poem Details | by Regina McIntosh |
Categories: character, endurance, fun, heart, humor, power, strength,

The Other Side of Me

They say I’m sweet and gentle Calm as a lovable little kitten Yet, they don’t know – haven’t Been told… about the side that Makes men begin to tremble!

Poem Details | by Robert Ippaso |
Categories: humor, parody, perspective, political, satire, strength, usa,

Who then will they blame-in Trump's own words

Defeated , deflated,
despondent, degraded,
All fun out the door,
Am I mad to want more?

Hyenas all circling,
Baying and burbling,
They hunt for a thrill
The chase and the kill.

Bombarded, lambasted,
Prodded and tested,
My world pandemonium,
Surrounded by odium.

I've worked and I've tried
For greatness I've strived,
So little compassion
Today's angry fashion.

All I now say,
All I now do,
Battered and burned,
No sympathy earned.

Yet on I go,
I toil and I sow,
For a better tomorrow
Masking my sorrow.

But let the chips fall,
I'll weather this squall,
I'm great at this game
Who then will they blame?