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Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous,

It's Not Quite Shakespeare

Tubby or not tubby fat is the question! Jan Allison 21st November 2014

Poem Details | by Celeste Butler-Mendez |
Categories: funny, love

Black Magic Hearts

What underhanded monkey business 
razzle-dazzle bull is this? 
Whose double-crossing, flimflam scam, 
debauchery or hocus sham 
is wheeling dealing in romance, 
putting lovers in a trance? 

Antics, capers or witch's brew, 
enchanting hymns or shaman's stew, 
whose quackery or voodoo drink 
made Casanova stop and think 
and turned the ancient lovers cold; 
poor Romeo and nymphs of old? 

Perhaps black magic's potent gel, 
or craftiness or wicked spell, 
a clever con or master hoax, 
or just some trickster playing jokes. 
Whatever ruse that works the arts, 
mumbo jumbo seduces hearts!

Poem Details | by Sabina Nicole |
Categories: funny, life,

This Laundry Never Ends

Oh laundry, how relentless you are in this house,
It’s as if I were a polygamist’s spouse.

By: Sabina Nicole

Poem Details | by Mark Peterson |
Categories: humor, humorous, poets,


Will poems to my dull senses rise,
     In plainer garb, or apt disguise?
Can turn of phrase else serve an end,
     To vanquish foes or win a friend?

What ardor gains a rhyme’s release,
     To grant me treasured moment’s peace?
Or is it merely hubris’ child,
    That lets me dream I’m Oscar Wilde!

2nd Place, Best Poetic Form, Poet Destroyer A

Poem Details | by Arthur Vaso |
Categories: america, anti bullying, art, discrimination, forgiveness, humanity, humorous,

Number 2

Vice presidential

Walking on lily pads
Sinking within illusions

Snow drops bloom
Wisdom is waking

Darkness fades
Light pervades

We all seek to be one
Destiny sometimes makes us number two

Quite the topic to contemplate
As I wander off to the loo

As they say a pence for your thoughts
Amazing how see end up right where they belong!

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: for her, humorous,

Andrea Dietrich Has Finally Come Out of the Closet

She went into the closet one day
But what a high price she did pay
Her hubby he wanted a cuddle
But this act soon burst their bubble
The door of the closet shut fast
His ardour was a thing of the past
Their claustrophobia was getting worse
So Andrea checked in her old purse
She found an old credit card
Joe picked the lock, which was hard
After 20 minutes they were free
The relief on their face plain to see
Take heed - next time you are after a ‘screw’
Make sure the door doesn’t close on you!

Written after reading her blog and posted with permission from Andrea Dietrich

20th February 2015

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: funny, new year,

Call the Priest, Humor Potd

Oh, Those New Years Resolutions!
Now, must call a Priest and ask for Absolution!

As If perfection, I could ever in a year achieve!
Will be saying “Bless me Father,” on humble knees!


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: humorous,

From Life of a Cat

From Life of Cat

From life of a cat what can we learn?
Never have seen one wearing a sunburn
Our cat we do have that does exist
Seems to think he is a ventriloquist.

Took meow test and great grade he made;
To write poems even tried to persuade
Sweet and low chariot was met by a meow
And what I am about to learn no one knew.

In our house, cat has a humble place to live
Sufficient food and water to him, we will give
But when he wants to eat by himself alone
He likes ice cream served on a crunchy cone.

James Thesarious Hilarious Horn
So where is the cat poem contest at?

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous,

I Don'T Need You Anymore

You were always close by when I needed you so I’m really sorry but I have to let you go You were always there to comfort me But I don’t need you in my life anymore I held you so gently in my hands You were always there to wipe away my tears Sorry I’ve got to drop you so suddenly You were always there for me in my hour of need Guess I’m going to have to put my tissue in the bin Jan Allison 21st November 2014

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: humorous, marriage, relationship, romance,

Sweet Nothings In His Ear

She whispered sweet nothings in his ear
  He seemed so pleased, she’d nothing to fear  

So odd, thought she, he never liked this before
  And now with his smile, he clearly wants more… 

If you can keep a secret, dear reader, I’ll tell you, says he
  I’ve gone deaf as a doorpost; nothing irritates me

I just keep this silly smile glued to my face  
  Nod my head sometimes too, just in case…

Poem Details | by Anna Hopper |
Categories: humor,

Rainy Days and Mondays Contest

I contemplated a suitable description
To sum up my life.  A truthful depiction
I considered a title for a romantic comedy
But I gave up romance, in exchange for monogamy 
Humor is a product of my relentless misfortunes
I’m trapped in a recurrence of Monday mornings
In a permanent cloud.  I’ll never get out
Indefinitely waiting on flowers to sprout
I realized my title should be gloomy and grey
I went with the name, Rainy Mondays

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: friend, humorous, poetess,

Limburger Cheese Poetess


Sometimes I feel like a hunk of Limburger cheese!
Poets pass my poetry as if it had the great aroma 
of unwashed toes and knees.
These poets are the ones who pretend to be my 
PS friends?
But off in the distance, they live in Big Ego City, 
just beyond the bend.
They avoid better poets than I,and tis no surprise!
Prancing about the soup with guile and smiling disguise!
So,it's a damaging, unkind game they play.
My knowing Karma is coming their way.

                   January 3, 2020
                      11:45 pm PST

Poem Details | by Johnette Loefgren |
Categories: funny,

After the Ball

Confetti collecting 
on strawberry blondes
swigging champagne
from the dusk 
till the dawn,
Sleeping in corners
where ever they fall,
like sad
too long
 at the 

Poem Details | by David Pekrul |
Categories: hockey, humor,

Hockey War

Imagine life without a war,
And just a hockey game to score,
When countries start to point the blame,
They take it out in a hockey game.

If someone threatens our coastline,
We face-off on the centre-line,
A slap-shot and a body-check,
By the hockey team from old Quebec.

We'd never need a military,
A hockey team is much more scary,
Instead of running all amuck,
The one who wins, controls the puck.

The winner of this hockey war,
Would best be known as "Hockey Corps",
We'd celebrate a "Hockey Hour",
With Canada, the World Power.

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: betrayal, friend, humorous, rap,

A Friend

Who else, if not a friend,
turns up to rap and rend?

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by Anne-Lise Andresen |
Categories: humorous, time, travel,

- Patience Test -

A terrible storm in wait
Caught by a laughing flood

While his beard grows
Several laborious hours

For the animals a floating rescue
A journey to a new adventure

Take your time
Time measured, analyzed and split


Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
(unrhymed couplets)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous,

Is Honesty the Best Policy

She may be shaped like an apple or a pear But this query may be asked in the world out there It’s not a question you can easily dismiss … Tell me does my bum look big in this? She smiles sweetly and awaits your reply… Tell me guys are you honest – or would you lie! 24th January 2015

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

Summer - and It's Raining Again

Welcome to our ‘British’ summer It’s raining again – oh what a bummer Clear blue skies have turned to grey Think it’s time for a foreign holiday! 17th April 2015

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous,

Rudolph the Brown Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph paled because his nose turned brown He couldn’t smile so he wore a frown Santa wiped a tear from the reindeer’s eye He hated to see poor Rudolph cry Santa sprinkled on some Christmas dust The nose is now red not a dark shade of rust So look out of your window on Christmas night You will see Rudolph’s red nose shining bright Jan Allison 6th December 2014

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: halloween, humorous, political,

Trumpkin Pumpkin

Folks held a contest to carve a pumpkin The winner was this one of Donald Trumpkin He claims he will make Halloween great again When he makes a mess you know who to blame! MAY GOD BLESS AMERICA – SHE NEEDS ALL THE HELP SHE CAN GET THIS ELECTION TIME. Many thanks again to Mama Bear for sending me this funny picture which inspired the poem. 10~22~16

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: food, humorous, insect,

It's Mine All Mine

Hey! Get lost wasp you are a pesky swine This cherry ice cream is mine ALL mine You buzz around and make my life hell Look - this ice cream is for ME it tastes so swell I need to cool down, gee here it’s really hot So buzz off pesky wasp or you I will swat Jan Allison 1st November 2014

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: clothes, humorous, weather,

There's a Nip In the Air

The north wind is blowing and it’s turning cold I’m feeling quite chilly I guess I’m getting old I’ve finally dug out my sexy thermal vest It’s snug and warm and covers my hairy chest It’s silky and soft and causes no ripples Hides my boobies and covers my nipples Jan Allison 15th October 2014

Poem Details | by Mark Pringle |
Categories: allegory, funny, lost love, heart, heart,

Once Upon a Happenstance

Once upon a happenstance
I gazed, a look, and paused in trance

To dream upon a crystal palace
Her heart aglee and form to chalice

With towers true and field in view
I set a course to give tongue to

I crossed the field - anxiety smote
And walked upon this palace mote

Yet, as I firmed, my heart to pour
She drew the bridge and bolted door

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous,

Which Came First

Which came first the chicken or the egg... Personally I think it may have been the **** Jan Allison 28th November 2014

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous, me, poetry,

Poetic Licence

I’ve renewed my poetic licence Just hope it won’t ever expire Poetry has become a bit of an addiction My words can be fact or they could be fiction But I plan to keep on writing quite a bit Even if you think my poems are a heap of rubbish!* * Can't think of a suitable rhyming word :-) 4th January 2016