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Poem Details | by J.W. Earnings |
Categories: anger, childhood, class, confusion, crazy, dedication, children, kids, funny, growing up, growth, high school, how i feel, innocence, inspiration, life, middle school, people, rights, school, social, stress, student, teacher, teen, teenage, time, today, truth, words, writing, youth,

Bladder Problems in Class

Numbers on 
White board…names written hori-
zontally

Students ask
To go pee…right when class starts – 
THAT’S just wrong…

Bathroom line
Of students who have bladder
Problems – WOW!

People are
Not using lunchtime to do 
Their business 

No one knows
When to do their duties – SER-
IOUSLY?

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: funny, high school, sports,

A Threat to the Hockey Team

Each child has talents and Dee always loved to skate
One night at the lake she was called up to the plate
 
The high school hockey team was “slip-sliding away”*
So call her a chauvinist; Dee wanted to play
 
But when the coach recruited her for the team
One boy offered a bottle of shaving cream
 
They couldn’t skate backward; Dee sure showed them how
Stealing their puck, she curtsied, and took a bow
 
Take it from Dee, men don’t like to be upstaged
By her free-flowing glide the boys were outraged
 
When it came time for the school’s holiday dance
To find a date, this skater hadn’t a chance  
 
 


Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: abuse, bullying, funny, giggle, high school, humor, humorous,

Replacement Teacher

There was a teacher from Crete
Whose foot size was quite petite.
Well students did plot
And to school they brought,
Some shoes for oversized feet.

Poem Details | by Flora Mae Gudez |
Categories: creation, high school, hilarious, humorous, my children, sexy, woman,

Behind the Selfies

I have a very brief confession
that I have to make.
It's about the selfies 
and it'll make you break.

I only wear glamorous tops 
during my homemade shots,
Since bottoms aren't seen
And only the face is on screen.

I give all my efforts
In putting some makeups
Just to look pretty on my selfie
And wrote on it -- hashtag no makeup.

I put on my lipsticks
And do the sexy duck face,
Then captioned the output with bible quotes
Though it doesn't relate.

Mom wondered
Why I locked myself in my room.
Oh please, I was just doing a selfie
and surprisingly came out well groomed.

Poem Details | by Barbara Dickenson |
Categories: 9th grade, funny, girl, growing up, high school, youth,

Ode To A Gym Teacher

Ode To A Gym Teacher

Amid brassiere and derrière
She strives to put her clothes on.
Her panties there, stockings here 
The rest of it, she throws on.

At the mirror, shining bright
She struggles with her powder.
She holds her place with main and might
As others try to crowd her.

How can she dress so nimbly 
In but five minutes of an hour?
The question’s answered simply:
She did not take a shower.


Barbara Dickenson
August 1966


Poem Details | by k.m. braxton |
Categories: funny, high school, hilarious, love,

Pole Catching

Sitting there so beautifully-
the one who had stolen my heart from me.
I walked right by to catch his eye,
but caught a pole instead.

Poem Details | by carlos kipkoech |
Categories: crazy, earth day, funny love, high school, silly, student, sweet,

Why I Fail In English

Ten minutes past time she enters,
She's too beautiful to be a teacher,
Her favorite short skirt exposes her thick thighs,
Lips red and pouting, she's a killer,
Right away my concentration flees,
Her and me far away at planet Jupiter,
With a bungalow and two exuberant kids,
I just wedded my teacher at Jupiter,
And it's Only within fifteen minutes,
Don't worry,Maybe we'll fix and visit earth later,
Bell rings,and she ends,
Only to notice,I didn't even open my locker,
Am back to Earth,not with her,but with several boys.


Poem Details | by Dan Cwiak |
Categories: crush, fun, gender, high school, humor, youth,

FLASH AND GO

Their eyes give away their youth
Smiles that shoot the room as girls appear.
What can they do to impress?

Turn on the charm as best they can
Girls will test their limits.
Silliness is not yet beyond their scope.

Speaking in tongues that only youth can understand
Girls acknowledge their existence.
Perhaps they have a chance...

Quickly they move from subject to subject
Girls will giggle their secret approval.
All the while...protesting.

Life is difficult in the Flash and Go.
Girls to be attended
Youth, the true Aphrodisiac.



Poem Details | by Charles Sides |
Categories: funny, high school,

February Funny Bone

I once met a guy by the name of Mort
By his record he must be very smart
At five, High School complete
College at six; a feat
A leaper; birthdays are four years apart

Submitted by Charles Sides

Poem Details | by Ashley Smith |
Categories: education, funny, life, people, philosophy, teen, graduation, high school,

high sChOOL

He said, She said
That's all you seem to hear
When you walk down the hall
It's the same thing every year

Unecessary drama
That's all high school's about
You can try to avoid being trapped in it
But you'll never find a way out

Life was so simple
Before our high school days
Before we became caught up
In the 'how to be popular' craze

High school's so overrated
Ive waited 13 years to say
Im a senior so leave me out of it
I'm just here til Graduation Day

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: baseball, basketball, games, high school, humor, teacher, teen,

Our School Cheer

IBM
UBM
ICBM
On the floor.

Poem Details | by Anna Hopper |
Categories: funny, graduate, high school, hilarious,

Comedy movie contest super bad

One skinny geek, one with stuffing
The third wheel went by “Mclovin”
A wasted girl
Began to hurl
Then the fat boy took off running

Poem Details | by Lynn Dolly |
Categories: funny, work, high school,

De Javu -High School

First week on a new job
De Javu, It's High School again

Employees talking about their twenties years celebrations 
Getting wasted and drinking
It's a dud of a conversation 
When I tell them I don't drink 

Then I begin listening
I'm sitting in a booth filling out a form
You guys are at the bar
Talking about another co-workers relationship storm

Oh man Oh man, 
I'm keeping work and personal separate
I really don't care how much they think I'm desperate
I'm sure they'll say I'm stuck up, 
Or tease over a few drinks I'll spill when tripping over a bump
But these guys at the end of the day
To my face, they'll have nothing to say  


Poem Details | by Elton Camp |
Categories: funny, high school,

The Nerd's Revenge

The Nerd’s Revenge

By Elton Camp 

In a high school class there once sat a nerd
Pocket protector, glasses all you’ve heard

Every answer that he gave was just right
Which filled a dumb blonde with spite

She was glamorous and sexy looking too
That she was a ****, all of them knew

“You nerds so disgust me,” she said
In embarrassment, boy’s face was red

At first, the kind teacher was at a loss
Then said, “He might become your boss”

The nerd said, “That quite unlikely to be.
I don’t plan to become a pimp you see.”

The bimbo thus got her just desserts
Now she’ll think lest a nerd she hurts



Poem Details | by E Murphy |
Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade, funny, high school, school, teacher, teen,

An Ode to AP Literature

I do not see further meaning 
behind the choice of word
To analyze this is demeaning
I think it is absurd 

Whoever decided to write this 
must of been high as a kite 
If you want this class to be treacherous 
stab me to make it a fair fight 

The only thing less moving than poetry 
is the clock up on the wall 
Time is is no hurry 
to set me free into the hall 

My teacher tries to no avail 
perhaps I’m unable to learn 
Or maybe all poets are evil 
and just want the world to burn

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: adventure, anxiety, business, cheer up, giggle, high school, humor,

Traveling Salesman

Once a brush salesman from Nice
Soaked all of his suits in grease.
He'd slide through a town
With nary a frown,
Till someone called the police.

Poem Details | by Troy Gamble |
Categories: lifefunny, funny, high school, drug,

I am a Funny Guy who Follows the Rules

I wonder what life is for
I hear the Foo Fighters live
I see flying cars in the future
I want to be a director
I am a funny guy who follows the rules

I pretend I am Taylor Lautner
I feel very happy with my life
I touch my driver’s license when I’m 16
I worry that I will die of early age
I cry when people screw up their lives with drugs
I am a funny guy who follows the rules

I understand the meaning of life
I say that you should believe in heaven
I dream that I will marry the love of my life
I try to do my best at school
I hope that I will make it through high school steadily
I am a funny guy who follows the rules

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: age, body, friend, high school, humorous,

LUCKY 8

TEN YEARS ON ... HIGH SCHOOL REUNION


You were a paragon of sheer pulchritude
your charisma showed, you always looked fab
I adore your dress as you step out of the cab
but you’re in discomfort and in an awful mood!

It’s a revelation but you really need to diet 
(You’d always been petite, a tiny size eight)
Now your tush is huge, you’ve put on weight
I don’t want a blazing row, so I’ll just be quiet!

Rhyme time 8 Contest
Sponsored by Laura Loo

7/5/18

Poem Details | by Nicole Sharon Brown |
Categories: caregiving, childhood, education, funny, happiness, hope, inspirational, life, on work and working, people, philosophy, workstudent, high school,

Teaching Is Not

Teaching is not brain surgery,
But it is brain enhancing.
Teaching is not rocket science,
Unless you’re assigned to teach it.
Teaching is not a bad profession,
But you do to prepare meaningful lessons.
Teaching is not what just what formal educators do.
Teaching is part of every career that you choose.
Teaching is not terrible.
It could be fun,
Especially if your students are learning,
And the teacher and the good grades are dancing,
Believe me it is rewarding and unbearable.



wrote Fall 2004 
while student teaching @ Neville High School in Monroe, LA,
while a student @ ULM

Poem Details | by Brittany Amsden |
Categories: funny, high school,

Things in MY Head When Im Bored

Why is that banana flying?
Is that little dust bunny dying?
I hope not, bunnies are cool!
SHOW SHAM WOW
What was that
ZOMG AN ALIEN!
woops... sorry mom
im gonna do a cartwheel...
oh junk i just died
nevermind im in the bathroom
the light is bright in there
GET OUTTA MY HOUSE AND GO PLAY IN SOME TRAFFIC
jk i heart you mucho
sooooooooooo
FLAG
sooooooooooo
where are my long black socks 
wheres my phone?
where are my band shoes
where is my flute
at the high school in the rain...
omg MOM

~Brittany Amsden~

Poem Details | by Anais vionet |
Categories: 11th grade, boyfriend, environment, funny love, high school, humor, teen,

shopping lists

*(a poem in Senryus)*

You don’t have to count,
when you lose a boyfriend, you
know. There was just one.

He was gone before
I knew it - he wasn’t, you know,
tied up or anything.

For a moment I
toy with saying, “Alexa, add
rope to my shopping list."

In High School boyfriends 
come and go - it's like shopping
- where you return things.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: dance, high school, humorous, memory,

Fond Prom Memories

    Ah, Prom! I remember it well
      how my excitement did swell

    Would I be asked by a girl or a boy
      or maybe an ‘undecided,’ oh joy!

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: clothes, humorous, school,

WE NEVER FOUND OUT WHY - UNFORGETTABLE MOMENT IN HIGH SCHOOL

In maths class, when Debs unhooked her bra and pulled it out through her shirt sleeve! My Most Unforgettable Moment In High school Poetry Contest Sponsored by JCB Burl 09/06/20

Poem Details | by Anais vionet |
Categories: 11th grade, endurance, feelings, freedom, high school, humor, teen,

coyote

I used to be excited on Fridays.
I used to have interesting plans.
My weekends were non-stop hectic,
my time was in high demand.

Now I live in repeated patterns,
I’m a servant to boring routines.
A fleshy teenage automaton,
waiting for science to intervene.

Oh, I'm readier than a girl-scout,
I’m more prepared than a marine,
I’ll be out the door like a cartoon coyote,
the second I’m shot with vaccine.

Poem Details | by Anais vionet |
Categories: 11th grade, high school, humor, internet, social, technology, teen,

hhhmmm

arrgh!. Zoom didn’t connect? - more tech issues
USPS can’t deliver any more - Trump's America!
I wasn’t dragged & dropped - is wireless down?
no Facebook notifications? - ok, who uses that
My image wasn’t swiped! - I knew my hair was..
My email was returned? - call that Alphabet guy
No Amazon deliveries. - a probable traffic issue
FedEx hasn’t arrived! - there must be a mistake
I didn’t get pinned? - maybe there’s a pandemic
I wasn’t upvoted. - I question the entire process
No iMessages - so maybe the upgrade was bad?
No likes? - is it me or am I seeing patterns here