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Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: tribute,

''My Funny Little Poet''

When I am sad I go to a certain chick; A poet and friend by the name of Jan, Of her limerick writes I am a big fan, Happiness and smiles with just one click. ~~ I dedicate this poem to Jan Allison, a real funny poet and friend. ____________________________ November 14, 2015 Enclosed Rhyme For the contest, Who Are The Funny Poets Sponsor, Judy Konos First Place

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: angst, humor, valentines day,

Valentine Schmalentine

VALENTINE SCHMALENTINE Walking on bleeding hearts like eggshell parts My valentine broke Cupid’s angel wings I don’t know what to believe when he brings Ample heart-shaped boxes of Chocolate darts We’ve been together since I don’t know when He loves me he loves me not a gold ring He comes home when he wants to, it’s his thing Doesn’t like when I question where’s he been Hopefully he’ll propose on bended knee Expecting a dozen wild red roses Or lay some myself where he decomposes And his valentine, that’s me, will be free
1/21/2017 Contest

Poem Details | by Paul Geiger |
Categories: humor, math,


no birdie with a yellow bill
hopped upon my window sill nor
could he see me blinds were drawn the
window shut on day's cold dawn and
no cocked and shining eye gleamed thru
the glass and on I dreamed while passed
the time and I not shamed by sloth
prefer my birdies cooked in broth

Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: animal, autumn, food, funny, humor, october, today,


Little squirrels scampering to hide their nuts,                                               
can I have some for my October pie.
Not on my pie you fly,
go away not on my cold cuts. 

Date Written:  9/28/2020

October Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Regina McIntosh

Poem Details | by Deb Wilson |
Categories: funny, sleep,


Tiny pirates
Have capsized my bed
And stolen my sleep
Blast those little
Now I'm counting sheep!

written by Deb Wilson
The motif is philisophical

Poem Details | by Anne-Marie Lee |
Categories: adventure, animals, children, funny, pets,

The Runaway Gerbil

There was a hole in your cage
And out ran you
Head held high and laughing
Like a gerbil would do
You hid behind the dryer
And maybe slept a few
And had a merry time
Thinking we couldn't catch you
You grazed on paper
And snacked on the lint
All the while we were wondering
Where the heck you went
But there you sat
After a bout of being free
No more running and hiding
You  said  catch me
Put me back in my cage
Shut the door tight
Fix that hole in my roof
And, watch out, I bite!

Poem Details | by Dana Young |
Categories: dream, fantasy, funny, imagination, silly,

Fanciful Flight of Frilled Imagination

Sure... an old man in ballet slippers
can make you smile,
but soon, he too must
don overalls and mud boots.
Tabby cats turning cartwheels
and curly-haired dogs
in dotted clown suits
can take your mind to
funny places for awhile,
but eventually the crocodile circuses
and that tattooed frog
plowing apricot fields
must disappear, as forbidden
fruits cannot be glued
back onto trees.
So dream while you can,
go to whimsical isles,
drink coconut wine
and glide over the seas,
tango with lovers,
sing Sinatra songs,
cry with a friend and
jump in mud puddles-
forgive yourself and flout the wind
then begin the new day Hercules strong.

Poem Details | by Abdul Malik |
Categories: humorous,

*** Race

With a thoroughbred Jackass,
Two score and Ten pounds overweight,
I am going to a horse race
Hoping to win at an easy pace;
Godwilling the race will be close and tight,
May God bless me and bedevil my ***!

Poem Details | by Karen Feist |
Categories: angst, funny, satire,

Lost In Cyberspace

That'll teach me
Or will it?
Penned a poem with the keyboard
Dumb move, 
I admit it.

You're not going to get me
I tapped back in
And my words 
Disappeared again
Oh, that's a sin.

Poor poet on line
Why dost thou insist
On leaving your pen behind
When you know 
It is a risk?

They were tapping back at me
As if they knew the rules
And then
I hit that key
And finally lost my cool.

Poem Details | by Sidney Beck |
Categories: funny

Movie Notebook


Recent  films  of  note  include
With  Heston  and  Eastwood

With  Eli Wallach as Grumpy,  and 
Yul  Brynner as Baldy,   a  kind of white knight

And  the British  biblical  re-make
That one really caused me to double-take

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: funny

Killin' Time

I try to be a model citizen and live an upright life,
Though on occasion I've been accused of killin' time!
I've always considered it a harmless and victimless crime,
But I must admit my spells of dolce far niente have been so rife!

I suppose some folks consider killin' time an abominable crime.
Well, if that is so I reckon I'm as culpable as anyone around!
Should I face a judge and jury I would most likely be found,
Guilty of murder and sent to Leavensworth for the crime of killin' time!

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved

Entry for Barbara Gorelick's "Once Upon A 'Time'" Contest

Poem Details | by Brittany Reynolds |
Categories: funny, humorous,

Stirring the Soup

We’re caught in a whirlpool, round and around,
as poetry is shifted to and fro.
The site is being updated, I know,
but now buttons once more need to be found.

The soup staff certainly must be busy.
All the hard work is appreciated
and it’s exciting to guess what’s ahead,
but I can’t help being a bit dizzy.

Poem Details | by Elizabeth Babb |
Categories: funny,

Cavewoman's Rage

Cavewoman, sitting in her cave
Angry as hell: her best spear did stave
Vinny the Caveman is at fault
Eagerly chasing deer, he failed to halt
Witness what happened next
Oh, his mighty muscles did flex
Mangling the staff
And breaking that gaff
Never thinking of Rita's best spear!

Poem Details | by Audrey Haick |
Categories: funny, happiness, life, music, nostalgiacare, song, care, song,

It's Summer and I'M Twenty One Again

A sensory nerve catches a chord upon the wind
Home alone, I raise the volume ‘til I’m reeling
Fingers snapping, feet tapping, hips gyrating 
Just the right song to dance as boredom sets in

“California Girls”, blares on the radio I hear!
In an instant it’s summer; I am twenty one again, 
Not a care in the world not one reason to refrain
Slippers fly off feet as book is tossed in the rear

I have no care whether I am seen per chance
This song saturates me through and through
Caught up in the moment of its upbeat groove
I lose myself in youthful summers as I dance

Poem Details | by Jax Cliff |
Categories: animal, fantasy, funny,


A cuckoo bird
wedded a octopus.
The cuckoo laid one little wooden egg
and hatched a cuckloctopus.

Poem Details | by Virginia Frayer |
Categories: funny, imagination,

You Want To Dance

So you want to dance 
Go and change your pants 
The jeans your wearing just simply won’t due

Next we’ll view your moves
See how your body groves
Please don’t take too long I only have a few

Oh my you’ve done this before
I’d like to see some more
Maybe you could teach me something new

Contest: May I Have This Dance
by: Virginia Frayer

Poem Details | by Babajide Awobamise |
Categories: funny,


 its been raining cats and dogs all day.. 
could this be the famous 7day rain?
 LOL, everyone and everything gets their 5minutes of fame..
 even the rain..


Poem Details | by Kash Poet |
Categories: funny

I Am Bored With Mirror

Bored with the mirror
reflecting same face,
nothing more or less
without System Error(500)!

Bored with those eyes
teasing my behaviour,
naughty as they are
without a surprise!

Bored with those lips
'se_y' someone told,
always too much bold
and ready for a kiss!

Bored with the nose
hill above the sea,
always ahead of me
mimicking my pose!

Myself or  mirror
who is the culprit,
let's now fix it
whose boredom is more!

©2011 kashinath karmakar

Placement:7th  (May 2011)

By:kashinath karmakar (24th April 2011)

Contest:I am bored with --

Sponsor:Linda-Marie The Sweetheart

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: funny, social,


Heads ache from here to Tazmania.
It’s the economic condition –
Politicians lack contrition.
Tax-mania affects the crania.

Ó November 17, 2011
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

Poem Details | by Stephen Parker |
Categories: funny

Rabbit Residual

Who did plod through the fresh laid sod
What plunderous rogue could be so treacherous
When did the fresh, bright mane garner brackish stain
Where did the stealthy herbivore dump digested core
Why did that silly hare his gastronomical fare share

Poem Details | by Jemmy Farmer |
Categories: childhood, funny, old, old,

Was He Pushed

When hearing old familiar rhyme,
My mind asks if the story’s right,
Or is it concealing a crime?

Upon the wall old Humpty sat,
Why was he there, what was his care,
And what were all the king’s men at?

Where were they when his fall took place?
Were health and safety even called?
How could it happen, this disgrace?

They claim Humpty just simply fell,
No soldier could fix him again,
But I am sure there’s more to tell.

Form: Enclosed Triplets

Poem Details | by Agatha Jetaime |
Categories: hilarious, humor, irony,


I tend to think that people don't see
And don't understand ****
When one happens to show signs of wit
It turns out to be me

Poem Details | by Sidney Beck |
Categories: humorous,

The Cow Nobel Prize Mystery


How come more cows
Don’t win Nobel prizes
And trophies of different sizes
With questions of why s and how s ?

It’s not the size of their feet
Nor their horns nor their udder
Nor  the lack of an intellectual rudder
Which makes them easy to beat

No  -  they’re just much too lazy.
It’s far easier to cow-walk
Than to argue and cross-talk
In a meadow hot and hazy.

So, in Nobels they’re always last;
But if these cleft-foot guys wise-up
They’d soon be picking a prize up
And the size of their prize would be vast.

Poem Details | by Agatha Jetaime |
Categories: anxiety, crazy, depression, emotions, funny, psychological, wisdom,

Psychoes and Shrinks

Everyone is a freak,
Everyone is a psycho,
Everybody makes typoes, 
Every soul is unique.
Accept your unique flaws -
Psychological disease. 
Would your happiness increase
Some bird watching at dawn.

Don't be afraid of shrinks:
All of them are psychoes too.
All means are good even glue - 
Do not let yourself sink.

Shrinks often can provide
Piece of good advice at times, 
Misery would help divide - 
Your misery, not mine!

Poem Details | by Amber Jenkins |
Categories: fantasy, funny


I see him in the shower, Oh he has the power. Not of 3 men but for. As I see him naked
stepping on the floor. I watch the water drop off his skin. To be this sexy must be a sin.
I walk closer to him, his body so slim. I put my hand upon his chest I found my hand
sliding south. as I kneel down I slide him in my mouth. He breaths so  rigid and shakes
like he is frigged. He bursts out in a moan. Thank God where all alone. His sweet nectar
fills my mouth, I don't want to tell him my stomach is turning south. To see his shaking I
know he is not faking the love he has for me.