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Poem Details | by Jack Clark |
Categories: dance, funny, giggle, humor, humorous,

While Close Dancing

On the dance-floor they did a zigzag
But he was an ol’ scallywag:
-	“If you feel something hard
-	Pay no regard …
It’s just my colostomy-bag”


Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: body, dance, humorous,

POLE DANCING - FOR DALE

An acrobat whose name is Dale Went pole dancing with his wife Gail When he did the starfish He looked such a dish But suddenly Gail's face turned pale As he performed his sexy pole dance He'd got no undies under his pants Poor Dale was distraught When his todger got caught It cut short a night of romance 13th July 2017

Poem Details | by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: humorous,

Dancing In His Underwear

I shuddered at a voice so pure  
it moved my eyes to tears,
the music grew to fill my chest,
and satiate my ears

and then I shook, a man possessed,
cavortin' 'cross the floor,
collapsing in a sweaty heap,
for I could bear no more!

Like an ol' time tent revival,
I lost sense of who and where, 
or what this poor ol' boy was doin'
dancin' in his underwear!

For I was all but nekkid,
what a sight for all to see,
embarrassed, I just paid the fine
and turned around to flee!

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: funny, nostalgia, social,

FLIRTY DANCING

valse,valet a,highland fling
viola,fiddle,music string;
minuet,pavane rondeau
tripping lightly to & fro.

flirty dancing,fancy free
quick-step and ladies excuse-me;
fox trot and last waltz slow,
holding close,as passions grow.


Poem Details | by Payne Poet |
Categories: adventure, anniversary, caregiving, daughter, family, fantasy, forgiveness, funny, happiness, health, holiday, hope, imagination, life, passion, peace, travel,

Dancing Angels

Angels in heaven
Dancing on a small puddle
Always stay afloat

Poem Details | by The Grahamburglar |
Categories: dance, humor, humorous, silly,

Dancing Bears

Bears
coming
through…
graceful
giant bears
coming
through.
Twirling,
swirling…they
waltz: One, two, three.
One, two, three.
Laughing
bears
dancing
together,
right on
through.
Off they
go!!!!

06/14/15

Entry for Contest: Shall We Waltz?
Host: Kim Merryman

*in the Air Force we had a program for Airmen who were struggling to meet the physical fitness requirements, which we referred to in a sort of tongue-in-cheek manner as "The Dancing Bears" program.

Poem Details | by DARREN WATSON |
Categories: funny,

Dancing for fun

I'm doing a little highland dancing 
and I've gone commando under my kilt
I lay down my claymore
Then dance around the hilt .
but I slipped and did the splits
Now I'm only slightly built .

Dah, Dah,  Twiddly , Dah
Twiddly Twiddly Dee
Let go of your sporran 
and come and dance with me . 

You have to go commando 
and expose your hairy knee's 
Belts off Troosers down 
Let your bits dangle in the breeze 
Ignore the flashing blue lights 
Tell the police men to sod off
I'll come and visit you in prison
The next time I have another day off.

Dah , Dah , Twiddly , Dah
Twiddly , Twiddly , Dee
Let go of your sporran
and come and dance with me.


Poem Details | by Anna Makoujy |
Categories: funny,

Dancing to the Tune of the Donkey

The once was a lass with no class.
She was the world's biggest horse's ***.
Yet the irony remains,
that the girl with all the brains, 
listened to the lass with no class.

Poem Details | by Amanda Turnure |
Categories: funny,

Dancing Disaster

I'm the worst dancer, 
this is not my calling,
i have two left feet,
so i'm always falling!
I trip and stumble,
looking like a fool,
everyone else gets it,
they just look so cool.
I tried the tango,
and broke someones toe,
don't even ask about ballet!
that was quite a show.
Broke my leg moon-walking,
twisted my wrist doing cheer,
sprained my neck with the walts,
dancing has become my fear!
But still I love it,
this dangerous fun,
but its not my calling,
so now i'm done!

Poem Details | by peggy caulfield |
Categories: funny, woman, old, old,

Dancing Fun

There was an old woman 
Who danced with a broom
She did a little curtsey
Then flew around the room.

She bowed to the postman 
As he walked up to the door
He gave a little wink
And they danced across the floor.

The postman could see 
That she was having fun
He took her outside
And they danced in the sun.

The boss came along 
And had a look of dismay
He said to the postman,
"You just lost your pay today."

The old woman gave a look
Which made the boss smile
She took his hand in hers
And they danced for a mile.

The boss finally had to say,
"Will you marry me?
I haven't had so much fun
In all my history."

Poem Details | by Ray Gridley |
Categories: dance, humor,

Gladys Goes Belly Dancing

Gladys offered her best belly dance
But the judges thought she'd have no chance
So she pouted her lips 
Then swayed her snake hips
Which sent them all into a trance.

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: allegory, funny,

Oenophile's dancing Magenta's

There once was a wino dance I know too       				                                He drank untill his toes where sort of blue                                                                         Was it the grape wine i know                         	                                               
was it treading bubbling Greek oinos		                                                  
Or who knows maybe an overflowing shoe

Poem Details | by Destiny Samlock |
Categories: funny

Dancing

We will dance all night and into the early morning
We forgot our outfits and we have nothing to wear
We will wear our shower caps and chicken coats instead

Poem Details | by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: giggle,

Dancing In His Underwear


I shuddered at a voice so pure  
it moved my eyes to tears,
the music grew to fill my chest,
and satiate my ears

and then I shook, a man possessed,
cavortin' 'cross the floor,
collapsing in a sweaty heap,
for I could bear no more!

Like an ol' time tent revival,
I lost sense of who and where, 
or what this poor ol' boy was doin'
dancin' in his underwear!

For I was all but nekkid,
what a sight for all to see,
embarrassed, I just paid the fine
and turned around to flee!


Poem Details | by Darlene Gifford |
Categories: humorous,

Daddy's Dancing Dogs

I saw six sizzling hotdogs
jump off daddy's grill.

As mother played the harmonica,
our dinner danced down the hill.

With bun in hand we ran,
and we're running, running still!

Poem Details | by Sidney Beck |
Categories: funny,

NO GRANDMA, THEY'RE NOT DANCING

NO  GRANDMA,   THEY’RE NOT DANCING


Put  your left one in

And don’t take it out  -

In  out, in out,  shake  it till you shout:

That’s  what  it’s  all  about.

“No, not the hokey-cokey,   No, not. . . . ”

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Written for, and entered in,  Natalie  Flikkema’s  Contest  “Burlesque Twist”

Poem Details | by J.W. Earnings |
Categories: anger, confusion, courage, funny,

Dancing With Migraines

I dance to get rid

Of Migraines...to no avail

It enjoys the dance!! >:(

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: dance, food, giggle, happy, hello, humor, silly,

The Dancing Personification of Pizza

Hello my name is Pizza
It's me you wants tuh eatsa
You want with lotsa meatsa?
The fave of the Tsaritza!

Poem Details | by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: humorous,

Dancing In His Underwear

I shuddered at a voice so pure  
it moved my eyes to tears,
the music grew to fill my chest,
and satiate my ears

and then I shook, a man possessed,
cavortin' 'cross the floor,
collapsing in a sweaty heap,
for I could bear no more!

Like an ol' time tent revival,
I lost sense of who and where, 
or what this poor ol' boy was doin'
dancin' in his underwear!

For I was all but nekkid,
what a sight for all to see,
embarrassed, I just paid the fine
and turned around to flee!

Poem Details | by Jennifer Fenn |
Categories: funny, humor, ireland,

Dancing in Green

Let’s dress up in green! It’s a cinch!
You don’t have to cover each inch.
We’ll dance on green hillocks
among all the shamrocks!
Come on or I’m going to pinch!

3-7-21

Poem Details | by Lewis Raynes |
Categories: dance, drink, humorous,

She was my dancing partner

I stood to dance a drunken dance, 
So I swayed toward her line,
With nonchalance and poise and grace, 
I didn’t spill my wine.

And she stood still, didn’t move at all, 
I had her in a trance,
As, with one free hand I held her waist, 
And slowly tried to dance,

Yet she refused to move, budge or play, 
She didn’t seem to care,
That’s when I knew I had to sit, 
Because she was my chair.

Poem Details | by Katelyn Jackson |
Categories: children, funny,

Dancing

Twirly, swirly, all around
dancing is fun,
that’s what I have found!

Up, down, touch the ground
dancing makes me giggle,
Oh! How I love the sound.

Dancing frees the soul
don’t hold back,
just let it all go!

Take a stroll
let your feet dance,
and lose control.

Dance and have a good time
having fun
doesn’t cost a dime!

Part-time or full-time
dancing is fun,
all the time!

Poem Details | by Vladimir Tumanov |
Categories: dance, humorous,

Dancing Kate

A graceful young lady named Kate would shimmy and leap and gyrate. Her copious whirling, maniacal twirling caused Kate to shed half of her weight.