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Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: humorous,

Hungry Tummy Growling Loudly

We need nourishment and oxygen or our body dies.  My tummy is always telling me he’s hungry by growling at me no matter if I ate or not. Sometimes he is so loud he embarrasses me around people, they'll stop and stare. When is this madness going to ever stop? I don't really eat that much. I eat like a bird. The scales constantly keep lying to me and my clothes keep shrinking in the wash. I’m tired of wearing a girdle to keep my tummy in it just overflows over the top. I want to live a happy life without having to worry what I eat and belly dance. 

anything that eats 
breath has one thing in common
expelling of waste

© 7/26/2015

Poem Details | by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: humor,

What Does the Fox Say

crafty little fox
well-schooled in vernacular
speaks by sleight of tongue

I hereby dedicate this fox phrase -- “A-hee-aee ha-hee!” in a sleightly altered accent- “A-hee-  aha -hee!” to link the crafty fox with the crux of haiku – the aha.   And, just an "oh by the way" - go Ylvis! (Norway’s comedy duo)  "Fox" has topped the charts at You Tube.   It has replaced Norway's  A-ha band’s "Take on Me"  No. 1 hit from way back in 1985. 


written February 28, 2014

Poem Details | by Bill Lindsay |
Categories: funny, sensual,

The Little Blue Pill and Its Effects for contest


Poem Details | by TAMMY REAMS |
Categories: car, cool, crazy, flying, funny, humorous, silly,

Joy Ride

   My buddy who was quite oafish and wasn't to keen 
   decided to drive his old clunker of a car
   that didn't have any seats to be seen.
   So with great effort he sticks his head out the drivers window while in a squat
   and with a toothless grin he yells, "Watch this!"
   Speeding at 70 in a 40 he flies over a large speed bump going at least 15 feet 
   up in the air!

  Out the window he flew
  like a ball bouncing along
  luckily no splat!

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Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: fun, humorous, write,

Rhymes Reasons And Why

Rhymes, they are funny.

Reasons, I like to write them.

Why, they make you laugh.


Date Written: 5/292020

Poem Details | by Edward Ibeh |
Categories: analogy, confusion, humor, silly, solitude,

Alone With My Thoughts

I'm alone with my thoughts at the moment, wondering how to keep them all like ducks in a row inside my head! Argh! They come a mile a minute, raging like a furious flood, doing somersaults! My brain, scrambled eggs.

                                                                 feeling so confused
                                                       can't keep my thoughts together
                                                                 what is happening!?

Haibun - Pick Your Theme Poetry Contest (Winner: Honorable Mention)
Sponsored by Line Gauthier
Prose word count: 40
Haiku syllable count: 5/7/5
Checked on www.
Date written: 07/26/2020

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: humorous,


Just a moment...he jumped in ours. The camera said, “Whoa! What just happened?” Another man? Could his heart stand… He snapped...what was in front of his eyes. Had he a momentary blink. He rub-a-dub-dubs his eyes. And I...I laugh, after all, we are in Vegas, baby. 

just a moment a lapse relax
7/22/2020 Just a moment contest Sponsored by John Lawless

Poem Details | by Heather Crismond |
Categories: december, endurance, funny, humor, humorous, irony, mountains,

December Rain

December in the central California mountains
Pine scented air tickles my cheek
Hinting at the peace to be found here
We incautiously wish for the sound of rain
Missing the calm lullaby of Mother Earth

Song became a roar
Our poor tent could not withstand
Ill-timed wish granting

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