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Poem Details | by Vernette Hutcherson |
Categories: funny, mystery, people, eve,

Adam and Eve and the Fig Leaves

Here's something I have been wondering
For so very long
If Adam and Eve wore only figs leaves
How did they keep them on

It couldn't have been a rubber band
And certainly not super glue
I just really have no idea
Do you have a clue

What did they do in the winter
When fig trees are bare
One leaf wouldn't last all year
I think there's a mystery there 

If only Eve hadn't eaten that apple
If only Adam hadn't taken a bite
I wouldn't be trying to solve this
And I'd sleep better at night

Poem Details | by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: funny, history, imagination, nature, people, places, romanceeve,

Adam & Eve Inventory Accountants

Adam was an 
acceptable accountant
And Eve a bubblingly 
bright bookkeeper;
Adam loved the 
First-In, First-Out
Accounting (FIFO) system, 
While Eve preferred 
The Last-In, First-Out
Inventory (LIFO) system;  
Together they testified that
Inventoried sweet fruit 
should neither 
Sits and spoil 
nor go to the 
Garden wastebasket 

Poem Details | by Julian Bohan |
Categories: angel, angst, art, bible, boyfriend, eve, god, humor, language, nature, nice, retirement, science, senses, silly, snow,

From the National Poet of Slovenia In a Language People Understand - E Pluribum Anus


In modus fasciculumque Brady pus.
Rogationes, confractum egemus.
Minara excommunica
Ripa nostra, sus amica,
Sic superbum precum, pape beatus.


The National Poet Of Slovenia In A Language People Understand moves in mysterious ways. Just ignore him.

Poem Details | by Jimmi Canada |
Categories: baptism, beauty, city, eve, first love, funny, gender, god, history, independence day, mystery, mythology, night, obituary, raven, sea, silly, summer, sweet, teacher, world, yellow,

Roll On

Lauren Hill slow songs thrill,

they pop like a fast moving pill,

I am flopped on top of a junk food bill,

and running with a skunk who tells me to take in my fill-

like leading um' on into my dream,
I create a festering lean,

I rank every thought in order of how I like it,

and prep for a long time that's gonna break all the cycles.

Striding with my shrine,

as I shock a spine,

revitalize and prime-

as I preen and primp and chimp-

as I act like a pimp,

I black out and gimp,

skimp out on my dying moment because death is no shrimp!

Poem Details | by Anthony Biaanco |
Categories: eve, fun, funny, funny love, good night, joy, kiss, leadership,

Cinnamon, Lavender and Stormy

Cindy Cinnamon was a working gal
Lavender Lucy her very best pal
one night they tag teamed Mr. Ed
smoked a pound of panama red
Stormy Daniels did shots from a pail 


Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous,

Another Viagra Poem Has Just Popped Up - Inspired By Eve Roper and Jack Ellison

It hung so limply like Niagara Doc told him to take some Viagra Just one little blue pill Gave his wife such a thrill It sticks up so high it could stab ya Inspired by Eve Roper’s and Jack Ellison’s poems 18th July 2015

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: funny,

Eve Tried To Kill Bob

Eve tried to kill Bob with a broken door knob last Friday at noon when he popped her balloon. She had a big fit. Did you hear about it? Yes, she’d stewed and she’d stewed since bob was so rude. Since bob was so rude, yes, she’d stewed and she’d stewed. Did you hear about it? She had a big fit when he popped her balloon. Last Friday at noon, with a broken doorknob, Eve tried to kill Bob. A Palindrome poem with four palindrome words: Eve, Bob, noon, and did! Written By Andrea Dietrich for David Williams' Palindrome mad Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by Poetprentice Dupins |
Categories: bible, creation, funny, irony, jesus, silly, work,

Dear Adam and Eve, You Had 1 Job, That's All

Work, work, work, work, work
                       Work, work, work, wor, wor
                                    Wor, wor, wor, wor, wor, wo
                                                   Wo, wo, wo, wo, woe is us.

The irony of the fall of man: 

Them yielding to Eden’s free and tempting fruit,
Now cursed us to labor for our fruit. 

They should’ve had a hamburger.

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: age, bible, eve, humorous, paradise, woman, women,


Only Eve is a madam, 
who is known from Adam.

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: eve, humor,

Limerick Crochet: Once a Dangling Dude Got Himself Tattooed

Limerick crochet: Once a dangling Dude got himself tattooed

Once a dangling Dude got himself tattooed
All over to make himself look pretty good
Only piece tattoo free
Was the retracting pPp:
So he installed stainless steel under hood.

He met a woman with scarce a stain
On her svelte body smooth as satin
So they locked jaws and torso:
Steel piece severed in grotto
Surgeons found tattooed insides: shark’s teeth and fin !

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Poem Details | by Acml Orozco |
Categories: eve, for her, freedom, friend, giggle,


motionless notions
jotionless morons
noneless addicts
poemless antics

Poem Details | by Cecil Hickman |
Categories: funny, holiday, people, satire

One Hallows Eve

Halloween spider queen, I did attend
Wig, stockings, black dress, makeup, heels, suspend
Whistles and catcalls they came.
Mystical night all the same,
I had such fun, succeeding this pretend.

Poem Details | by Randy Johnson |
Categories: food, funny, on writing and words, eve,

If Eve Hadn'T Ate That Apple

If Eve hadn't ate that apple, we'd be going out in public in the nude.
We could go to the library in the buff and not get sued.
If Eve hadn't ate that apple, Hugh Hefner would be out of work.
We could visit our neighbors with nothing on and not be called jerks.

Poem Details | by Brian Eatherton |
Categories: funny, new years day,

New Year's Eve

New Years Eve,
Old Lang Syne
And all that.
And you may hear
An old lady roaming the midnight streets,
Singing at the top of her voice,
And blowing her hron to her hearts content.
One too many snowballs maybe
But don't worry 
As it's only the Hooting Nanny.

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: humorous,

For Eve Roper

For Eve Roper,

Poets with a brain remain in Spain
Left America not standing the strain
Started writing each poem in Spanish;
Now no poet from Spain will they banish.
Sounds like great idea and not outlandish.

Guess you could call this a
Horn style limerick which 
I hope won't make you sick.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: creation, god, humorous, woman,

Was Adam Or Eve First Up His Sleeve

There was God all alone in the world
   Nature and wildlife merely doing His bidding
Who to create first, Adam or Eve?
   You want to be TOLD how to make Adam?
                           ~ Are you kidding?

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humor,

The Ousting of Adam and Eve

Life was a blast in the Garden of Eden for Adam and Eve,

   'Til the wrath of their Creator invited them to leave!

      They were having a ball traipsing about in their birthday suit,

         'Til that sneaky snake offered them a chomp of forbidden fruit!

Poem Details | by Aniruddha Pathak |
Categories: eve, fashion, humor,

Fig Leaf From Eve, Fall Collection

She wore next to naught, bare birthday suit,
Yet, sense of fashion was absolute.
Lifting that sole fig leaf—
The briefest of a brief,
Said: from Fall-collection— ah how cute!
Tongue-in-cheek | 24.01.2020 |
Topic: fashion, humour

Poet’s Note: I remember to have seen a cartoon some time back. Adam and eve are shown in the Garden of Eden amidst heaps of fallen leaves. Eve picks up one meant to be her fig leaf, and says, ‘see, this is from my Fall Collection’. 

Almost wordless, a cartoon brings the point home very effectively. A poem too does that so laconically. What when the two combine?

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: cute, eve, funny, girl, silly,


A girl who made her own pottery
learned she had just won the lottery
	she had a glazed look
	as her head she shook
her eyes like her clay got watery

Poem Details | by Ann Foster |
Categories: appreciation, chocolate, desire, eve, giggle, hair, happiness,

Distance Squared

Distance Squared

The speed of light
is exactly how fast
my heart sends;
every prayer, 
every good thought, 
every perfect wish! 

The bright candle between us, 
it is the sun itself. 
The solar wind fills the sails
of my forever ship, 
longing to journey to you. 

the moon is full, 
and I am lost in space.

Poem Details | by Anna Jones |
Categories: funny, holiday, seasons, halloween,

All Hallow's Eve

All Hallow's Eve

A new year,
A new cycle.
Time to prepare.
Gather the crops.
Children Beware.
Ghosts and Goblins
And Faeries alike,
Will give you a scare
On Halloween night.
The blood moon is rising
Colossal and blazing.
Giving light to the covens
Gathered for praising.
So all who are frightened,
Afraid, suspicious,
Stay inside your home.
On All Hallow's Eve
The witches will roam.

Poem Details | by Maureen Mcgreavy |
Categories: eve, women,

Funny Bone

God ribbing Adam
 Eve with Lilith’s bone to pick~
        dare to take a bite


Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: humor, new york,

Big Apple Eve

I pictured her milking an udder
And it made my whole body shudder
Then mum piped up,
"Forget her, pup!
She's bound to be some buddy's mudder!"

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: christmas, humor,

Christmas Eve

A girl who delighted in pleasing
Was in for a barrel of teasing
When asked to strip bare
She said she won't care
As long as they keep her from freezing!

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: adventure, autumn, cheer up, giggle, halloween, humor, humorous,

hallowed eve

fiend stalkers glide on air

some in mothers wig hair

a strange eerie sight

this cool autumn night

scarefest vanity fair.