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Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: conflict, food, humorous, wedding,

Not Relishing Cake

My baker’s commissioned to bake A huge cow shaped iced wedding cake The groom is a farmer He sure is a charmer Its design could lead to heartbreak When the bride saw the cake how she cried Her traditional cake was denied She screamed at the groom Get out of this room Then she plunged the knife in the cow’s side Inspired by but not for contest 02~09~17

Poem Details | by Isaiah Zerbst |
Categories: conflict, funny, military, silly, war,

Big-Frowned Scarecrow

Hopping mad, Billy glares through a port
at what foes seem to think is such sport.
Frown for frown, glare for glare,
scarecrow raises his hair.
He laughed yet while his foes took the fort!

"The human race has but one affective weapon, 
and that is laughter." 
                              Mark Twain

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: conflict, humorous, relationship,

A Little Bird Told Me

Sue decided to send Jim a tweet She used words that were quite indiscreet Calling him a fat turd - (Using another word) Their romance has taken a back seat! 12~23~16

Poem Details | by Mary Rotman |
Categories: betrayal, conflict, funny, heartbreak, hurt, lost love, metaphor,

Nuclear-Free Zone

You should know that I've
reinforced the bunker
I built around my heart
until it can withstand a
     direct hit
     ground zero
     head-on collision
from a YOU-bomb.

I've shielded it to withstand
the worst Emotional Mutilation Potential
you can generate
and to protect me from
the flash burns of passion, 
Not to mention that I've lined it with lead
to save me from the fallout
of your so-called love.

hit me with your worst.
My bunker--and I-- are ready.

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: conflict, french, history, humorous, mystery, poetry, world,

Waterloo Clerihew 23-Skidoo

Waterloo Clerihew 23-Skidoo

Napoleon Bonaparte
1769 Corsica is where he got his start
One of the greatest commanders in history
His manner of death a 200-year-old mystery

Napoleon played it close to the vest
With his armies he was always the best
But 'twas nothing he could do
When he met his Waterloo
Lived his last few years under house arrest

Napoleon drank the water and headed for the loo
He did nothing different than you or I could ever do
Be kind to your skin and protect your bone-a-parts
Remember that's where good hygiene starts!

Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: abuse, bullying, conflict, humorous,

Bully Me Sure

If you want to bully me, you'd better stand in line
And I'll warn you right up front, it's gonna to take some time
It's really not my fault, cause it's nothing that I do
The way that I attract every loser just like you


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 Michael Wise |
Categories: anxiety, conflict, humor,

The Valley of Indecision

Lost in the valley of indecision
Forever caught between here and there
My mind is divided, my soul is torn
And monstrous phantoms are everywhere

There's neither light, nor is there darkness
Here in this barren oasis of grey
Trapped somewhere in between questions and answers
Groping and grasping to find my way

I'll lose my mind if I go on performing
This balancing act between madness and death
A stand is needed for yea or for nay
Or else very soon I may draw my last breath

Deciding that I cannot make a decision
Embracing the madness instead of this yoke
The phantoms encroaching, I suddenly jumped up
And out of this horrible nightmare I woke

© Mike Wise

Poem Details | by Vickie Hurtt - Thayer |
Categories: change, conflict, giggle, life,

A Visit From Karma

Life has a funny way of smacking you,
not that I'm laughing,
at the sting of redness, 
left on my other cheek.

It is said that karma is,
a word they call a sarcastic woman,
the word that rhymes with,
and almost has the same meaning as witch.

I have waited for karma,
and all her craftiness,
she seems to be taking her good old time,
she is after all, 
always threatening to come around.

Maybe it would be better,
if I stopped wishing,
and just realized, 
it's not beyond the realms of possibilities,

That karma has already done her job,
been paid,
and is now on a sabbatical,
I think my red cheek has healed.

~Vickie Thayer~Poetry To Ponder~

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: conflict, humorous,


My finger hovers over that little red button… should I press it? 10~09~16

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: brother, conflict, humorous, sister,

My Bedroom

Daddy look at this place Mommy said it’s a disgrace cos nothing’s in the right place the floor’s an obstacle race and my best book on space isn’t in the book case BUT my kid sister Grace is lurking on the staircase she’s got a grin on her face - That smile I’d like to erase! Daddy I can only assume she’s been in my bedroom As she can now reach the door Daddy I’ve warned her before One day there’s gonna be war! Daddy just hear my plea Please please give me a key Then I can lock my sister out And then mommy won’t shout… At me! Look At This Place! Poetry Contest Sponsored by Matt Caliri 04/12/21

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: conflict, humorous,


I once was quite indecisive but now I am not so sure, I’ve got to make my mind up but it’s a downright chore! So when two choices are offered and I’ve got to choose some cake, I’ll cut a slice off each of them I can’t afford to make a mistake! If I post this in Constance’s contest it’s early days, it’s not a race, but if I hesitate for a moment I may be tardy and not get a place! Perhaps I should pen another poem but then again I’d have to choose, If I were to chose the other one she may not like it and I’d lose! Once I was quite indecisive but now I’m not very sure, so I really must make a decision but it’s turned into an arduous chore!

Poem Details | by L Milton Hankins |
Categories: conflict, confusion, humorous, metaphor,

Upside Down - Inside Out

UPSIDE DOWN inverted, topsy-turvy unhinging, disorienting, confusing puzzle, somersault; details, viscera twisting, wearing, turning front to back, socks INSIDE OUT
written October 10, 2021

Poem Details | by Hilo Poet |
Categories: car, character, conflict, fate, humorous, imagery, perspective,

blind I see

are you blind madame not see the stop sign lady sign I saw~~not you

Poem Details | by Anne-Lise Andresen |
Categories: conflict, confusion, funny,

- I'M Quite Screwed Up -

( Retrieved from an advertisement
                                   "Cleaners for Christmas" )

               Cleaner can not perform inside cleaning - due security reasons

Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved
17 syllables

Poem Details | by Bhavna Khemlani |
Categories: age, change, character, conflict, hilarious, identity, imagery,

Mobile Phone

The mobile phone
          away peace . . .

Poem Details | by Dave Collins |
Categories: anger, conflict, humorous, sick, wisdom,

Diamonte Dumbmonte

Irrevelant, trivial
Idiot, imbecile, moron, bastardo
Falling, vomitting, succombing
Unbecoming, reticient

Poem Details | by Kevin Leake |
Categories: change, computer, conflict, humorous,

Firefox - Firefox

Firefox, Firefox
Why don’t you behave
You’re my latest browser
And I’d like you to stay

But some of these add ons
Just concave
They make you crash 
And misbehave

But I must admit
You’re the best so far
I’ve tried a few
And you’re a star 

You don’t like Java
I think, I can tell
It’s red in my plug ins
Why do you rebel

So before I ditch you
I’ll give you a chance
If you crash again
It will be your last

Firefox, Firefox
Let’s get on together
You do the browsing
And I’ll check the weather

© Copyright KC.Leake
1st April 2015
All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: child, christmas, conflict, father daughter, humorous, parody,

Parody of the Beatles Song - Yesterday

Christmas Day Pa threw all my new toys away Now my friends won’t want to come and play Cos I was naughty yesterday Suddenly All the gifts disappeared from ‘neath the tree Now the carpet’s bare for all to see Pa snapped at me so suddenly Why I had to drown our old cat I cannot say She fell in the loo so I flushed the cat awayyyyyyyyyyy Christmas Day Pa threw all my new toys away Santa delivered them on his red sleigh But when Pa is mad, there’s no leeway Purely Fictional write inspired by hearing Yesterday on the radio 09-11-17

Poem Details | by Michael Wegman |
Categories: anxiety, appreciation, conflict, courage, culture, dedication, funny,

Sour Grapes

The teen’s face beamed with pride in his new car,
But Bestie exploded in jealous rage.
His reluctant congrats, a lame sidebar;
“I’d simply rather walk”— framed his outrage.

On Friday she failed the entrance exam,
Going to college, now holds no desire,
Higher education—a real flimflam,
she declared, all she’d felt now a fool’s pyre.

Excuses shirk blame—we can all decry,
Winning is fun, but losing kills yearning;
Life isn’t perfect—things do go awry,
But disparagement isn't good learning!

Be strong and just—suck it up when you lose.
Raisins are just sour grapes—with a bruise.

August 19, 2018

Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday |
Categories: conflict, life, love, marriage,

Love and Humor

Nobody's spouse is perfect. Marriage always has conflicts. You need a sense of humor To remain in love.

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 Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: conflict, humorous,

Cops and Robbers

Nabbed by a cop Tried to stop crime Said “drop the loot” Crook went to jail Made his bail quick More detail at six Turned a new leaf Tired of grief now A thief no more

Poem Details | by Cynthia Buhain-Baello |
Categories: conflict, funny, gender, identity, psychological,

Sadly Confused

He said he was a "woman",

Just trapped in a wrong body.

When time came he had to pee-

Used the room.... for "Men".
All rights reserved~~Cynthia Buhain-Baello~~05.28.15

The Dodoitsu is a fixed folk song form of Japanese origin 
and is often about LOVE  or HUMOR. It has 26 syllables, 
four lines of 7, 7, 7, 5 syllables respectively. 
It is unrhymed and non-metrical.

Poem Details | by Julian Bohan |
Categories: betrayal, bible, character, conflict, easter, faith, farewell, giggle, history, paradise, people, power, psychological, religious, sorry, storm, travel, tribute, trust, women,

Theo-Oligarchic Happenings In Slovenia


Taking sides in discussions holily
About whether Uran used his willy
Means you're trapped in their game -
Either side is the same:
**** distracts, cash departs, crowd stays silly.


The National Poet Of Slovenia In A Language People Understand interprets important Slovenian affairs for the non-Slovene speaking world.