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Poem Details | by Hija De La Luna |
Categories: bereavement, death, family, funeral, humor,

In a Wine Bottle

They hate his drinking -
       But they put his ashes in …
A wine bottle urn.


Poem Details | by Jslambert Mister Roboto |
Categories: bereavement, betrayal, drink, giggle, heaven, hyperbole, obituary,


Machiavelli  s'been stewing 
teardrops in the Soup

Stooping to new lows 
stirring chickens in the coop

Seems some folks will do anything 
for what they think is fame
Swiss cheese stories for glory
Lordy! Whaddah' shame!

Reminds me of two classic movies...
"Freddie Lives" and the other is 
"The Crying Game"...
but this one's very unbelievable, it ain't scary,
and it's much
MUCH more lame!~

Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: anxiety, bereavement, courage, fear, humor, loneliness, nature,

Is Humanity That Bad

"Is humanity that bad?" pondered the lighthouse keeper, frightened with the sea

Written March 27th, 2016
For the See or Feel Contest Hosted by Poet Destroyer

Placed 2nd

Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: bereavement, books, funny, , literature,

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens
was said to be the pickings
of literature in the nineteenth century,
but I couldn't make it pass page three!

Poem Details | by Iron Bender |
Categories: africa, anger, bereavement, depression, humorous,

Am the Owner

I have my life to lead
My own precious life 
If it’s my life,
Then you should know
Am the owner

The morning breakfast
The midday lunch
The night dinner
Concerns nobody
Co’s I am the owner

The owner of my life
Is really me, 
Understand and bear in mind
My destiny, my life
Am the owner.

Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: bereavement, humorous, technology,

Scientific Mastery

How convenient it is too see
thanks to Thomas Edison's scientific mastery.
What do you suppose he would think of us,
visiting some place like Las Vegas?

Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: bereavement, funny,


I inhaled the smoke, then wished to flee,
thinking to myself "This is debauchery!".
Take a gutter stub
and light it back up,
seeing how a slow death be your fancy!

Poem Details | by Virginia Mitchell |
Categories: bereavement, death, emotions, farewell, feelings, humor, metaphor,

A Sad Thanksgiving Senryu

Somber Thanksgiving- Hospital bedside mourning The turkey has passed

Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: bereavement, dark, death, humor, humorous, husband, ireland,

Sudden Death

Mary O'Sullivan
Right after Mass
Stepped out of the church
And as she walked passed
Father McGee, couldn't help see
That Mary was shedding a tear

Approaching Mary
With the kindest of hearts
He wasn't quiet sure, 
Where, he should start
The silents was broke, when McGee finally spoke
"What, is the problem, My Dear"

"Father forgive me
But late last night
My husband died sudden,
Right there in my sight"
McGee stood in shock, and barely could talk
Until he could work past the fear

"I know it's hard
But please do your best
Where there any last words 
Or final request" 
"Yes, 'PUT DOWN THAT GUN', while starting to run
But I'm not sure I heard him that clear"

Poem Details | by Wendy Giordano |
Categories: bereavement, dark, humor,

My Contst Pom

A masochist plans his own burial
You'd think our man was malarial
  But a fallacy it is
  'Tis pain that is his
Ado for such an actuarial

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: bereavement, death, eulogy, funny, giggle, snow, tribute,

Rip John Doe

John Doe was a prince of a guy
Who forgot to zip up his fly
So out in the snow
John started to grow
When a snow-blower passed him by . . .

Poem Details | by Travis Klein |
Categories: absence, anti bullying, bereavement, change, destiny, funny, giggle,

The Shellfish

The Shellfish

	The Selfish Shellfish 
Had a pearl inside of its own,
	One day he thought to himself,
“Why can’t I have more pearls to myself”,
	So he went on a 
Search for even more pearls,
	“Looks like my
Neighbor is now sleeping”,
	He knocked on 
The Shell, “Anyone There”,
	The other Shell
Awoke is a somber tone,
	“You want my pearl,
Well climb on in and get it”, 
	The Selfish Shellfish
Did and, then the Larger Shell went, Ah—  Glup.

Travis “Ceijaeh” Klein

Poem Details | by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu |
Categories: adventure, anti bullying, bereavement, conflict, freedom, hilarious, satire,

Polished Dust

Polished Dust

Ha- haa our community has reared a bull
As it moves from the kraal it charges
Against a tree, a rock, and anything
When the moon peeps it charges at it	

When the sun rises it sneezes at it 
When cloud swims above it raises dust
Wanting to jump and touch the sky
Giggling like a ghost when darkness knocks

You meet such bulls in grazing lands
Day in, day out busy charging at all
Sometimes with tongues poked out, 
Releasing hot dung in water they drink
Generations in and out the game continues
With futile action of polished dust
This land of humans with rationalism aside
Is rich in polished dust more than all

Poem Details | by Kurtis Scott Aka Curtis Futch Jr |
Categories: bereavement, best friend,

Funny Guy

you are a  gas
you hump bump
and laugh
here is why

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: bereavement, humorous, sad,

Horning In On

Horning In On
(Horn Humorous Style)

H     How
O     Odd
R     Remains
N     Names
I      Infinitely
N     Not
G     Gratifying
I      In
N     Numerical
O     Abstinence
N     Not required and no longer needed

Ho Ho Jim Horn

Someone help me with name of style and format.
I called it bereavement and sad someone would
want to call this poetry.

Poem Details | by Barbara Steiner |
Categories: angst, bereavement, conflict, death, funny, grief, humor, husband, jealousy, love hurts, murder, nonsense,

Gravely Mistaken

There was a man that lived they said
his whole life in grief and dread

A fool who did but once entwine
in his arms a maiden fine

Love for those in stories told
of how this legend would unfold

This lass on many a night
did leave her husband’s loving sight

To a cottage in the town
she would sneak without a sound

Inside a fire warm and glowing
secret shadows flames were throwing

Two alone they thought they were
until her husband did appear

Vengeance burned inside his chest
as the dagger pierced her breast

Dying words she did utter
“You jealous fool he’s my brother”

Poem Details | by Paula Larson |
Categories: death, funny,


Bestowed bereavement, this condolence graft,
the memorabilia sequence, mine not draft
like some ongoing virtue, depth not classed,
forever love relinquish at the pass
the merriment not, but laughing, seal to last,
joy to eternal hoping, prithee to cast
my soul, not rent with sorrow
seams with bast . . .

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: angst, anti bullying, art, bereavement, humor, irony, poetry,

Placation's Harvest Autumn's Friend

ongoing struggle
who’s yore friend in the last days
Scant’s oh cold shoulders

Poem Details | by Anna Hopper |
Categories: bereavement, fantasy, farewell, fate, fun, heartbroken, humor,

The Single Saddest Night

A teensy weensy lady beetle
A bitty, pint sized bug 
Seduced by the tune of an old man’s fiddle
Had went inside and gotten stuck

Her little, feeble, fragile limbs
Supported her spotted frame
Until she found a place to swim
And was sucked down by the drain

A grieving clan of crickets and frogs
Chimed in for a farewell chorus 
A saddened toad for every log
Deer in mourning, lined the forest

The biggest, blue-green butterfly
Placed flowers on the front porch steps
For miles and miles, the wolves did cry
A howl for every breath

The following morning was quite a sight
As everyone had overslept
Due to the single saddest night 
When the whole wide world had wept

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: bereavement, betrayal, humorous,

Compelling and Swelling

Compelling and Swelling

When you have something to do which is compelling
Will it always seem like your head is swelling
Like poem wanting to come out and be written down
Which sometime in life may become world renown.

To write poems as hard as I can will always try
But what you should do is significantly simplify
So I never, ever will create some scene
And make it easy to create icon on my screen.

Now a whole lot easier everything will be
And I will not feel trapped and finally free
Much easier your program I can utilize
More quickly than you would ever realize.

James Thomas Horn

Poem Details | by Bernard Barclay |
Categories: bereavement, childhood, funny, life,

My Son

My son
When just a little chap
in bath he sat and played 
so young and small played with a ball
and sat beside my wife

On looking at her sitting there
with some compassion and despair
He said mummy!
You're not the same as me
did daddy break it off

needless to say
from that day on 
the baths he took were nice and long
but somewhat on his own

Poem Details | by Trevor Mcleod |
Categories: 5th grade, appreciation, bereavement, birthday, funny, humorous, nonsense,

Birthday Deceased - a Birthday Card

Happy birthday to you
You make up what is new
You are sorry you're born
when old becomes you

You're not what I'd call
older than me at all
But you're just a spring chicken
that's too hot to call

So remember my line
that your older than time
When you think you're dismembered
and the life you lived rhymes

So forget your old beef
that your dead for a piece
When the lord burns your candle
even when you're deceased

Poem Details | by Alkas Poetry |
Categories: bereavement, humorous, philosophy,


never intended
 being biggest clown in life
but amusing man