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Poem Details | by Verlena S. Walker |
Categories: health, heaven, hilarious, hip hop, howl, humor, humorous,

A Humorous Growl

I am getting hungry y’all.
I have no food in the house.
I wonder why I have to order out.
Laugh out Loud

I am getting hungry you all.
I have to order out.
I have no food in my house.

I am hungry y’all.
I have ordered out.
Still no food in my house
Don’t you dare laugh out.
Penned on May 01, 2014!

Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: animal, beautiful, dog, kids, howl, humor, love,

Bambi and Lily

Who would have guessed/ the love carried for a beagle no less

   Lily howling at the moon/ with ears long as her toes our ****

   she gave birth to Bambi with no tail/ jack a be , 3 yrs later she is ours still

   no describing the love for our girls / dressed in pink shirts and curly frills

   the girls don't like when we leave home / they show us for leaving them alone

   the pillows torn and howling non stop / we love our girly beagles until we drop

Poem Details | by Trevor Mcleod |
Categories: assonance, confusion, environment, howl, humorous, innocence, meaningful,

The Condom

I wore a condom for my mate
and said it glowed to throw my weight.
But when she asked to know it's fate
the light was on and it was late.

Poem Details | by Peter Dome |
Categories: anger, angst, howl, humor,

Art of Successful Arguing

''All arguments should be dealt with swiftly
With bows and arrows
You'll both see each others points
You'll get your point across first 
End of matter.''

Peter Dome.Copyright.2015.May.

Poem Details | by Peter Dome |
Categories: crazy, fun, funny, giggle, howl, humor,

Still Not Nosey

I'm not nosey but
I was standing at the window
Looking through the net curtains
And I just happened to have a pair of binoculars in my hand
Well as you know I'm not one to gossip but
I wish you could have taken a look
At what I saw.

But as I'm not one to gossip as I said
So I''ll keep what I saw in my head
Who's that  looking  through a pair of binoculars
At me from a tree
Ooh the nosey thing.

Peter Dome.Copyright.2015.May..

Poem Details | by Peter Dome |
Categories: desire, hilarious, howl, humor, women,

Good Home Wanted

Are there any nice ladies out there
Who'll take on a nice guy like me
I'm fully trained good with children
And flea free.

Loves dining walks in the park
And although I can be a handful
I do not bark.

I have been vetted
And love being petted
Everyone says awe when I enter a room
And poo! when I make a mess
Well I'm just a man
I confess.

I'm so loving and affectionate
And in need of a loving home
I'm so faithful
And will never roam.

I need a to offers. must be nice and have a yacht.please send picture of yacht. 

Peter Dome.Copyright.2015.May.

Poem Details | by Mike Dailey |
Categories: fish, fruit, howl, humorous,


Have you heard about the Pacu
A South American fish
With molars like a human
With which they like to squish
Tree nuts in the water
When they find this tasty dish

But lately local swimmers
While swimming in the buff
Have encountered this same Pacu
With their tree nut looking stuff
And I’m told that once encountered
Once encountered is enough

So if swimming in the river
In just your birthday suit
You’d best avoid the tree line
Where you see its floating fruit
Or you risk the bite of Pacu
You can bet your sweet patoot

Uncle Mike

Poem Details | by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen |
Categories: bird, change, funny, howl,

Chase the Hen In the Kitchen

 -Dharga Nagar Safa

Chase away,

The hen,

In the kitcHEN!

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: dark, fun, funny, howl, humor, humorous, joy,

Limerick Test

There once was an enema bag named Steve.

Who wants me to go on here?

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: howl, humorous,

Local Newspaper Caper

Local Newspaper Caper

To local newspaper will not subscribe again
Now no longer put any of my new poems in
Which people in past loved reading greatly
But in paper are not there as of lately.

To me. people are singing the same old song;
This time what again have you done wrong
Are they afraid you will upset the apple cart?
Don't they have sense of humor or any heart?

Just as I expected and do fervently fear
They never will give my poems a good cheer
It is a case of something which will sicken
On themselves, they all are awe-stricken.

James Thomas Horn
Retired Veteran

So what do you think?

Poem Details | by Donna Saphier |
Categories: howl, humor, humorous,


I haven't had a quiet life
In-fact it's been quite busy
When I think back to how it was
It sends me kinda dizzy

I have had a lot of men
Of which I can recall
I could name most of them
But could not name them all

Alan, Steve, Wayne and Mark
Jimmy, John, and Jack
Edward,Tony,Geoff and Lee
Have had me on my back

Colin, Gary, Paul and Neil
Ian, Chris and Scotty
I have had each one of them
Some ugly and quite grotty

Some were big, some were small
Some were long and fatter
But I didn't mind the shape or size
In-fact that didn't matter

Short or tall, young or old
Ginger, bald or hairy
I just want all the world to know
I ain't no Virgin Mary. X

Poem Details | by Cheryl Hoffman |
Categories: howl, humor, moon,

Moon Spoon

Taking that spoon of medicine and watching a lot of werewolf movies lately,
oh no another full moon making me howl and act hirsute crazy,
my wife saying not tonight you animal I have a headache and stop acting so cockamamie!


Poem Details | by Trevor Mcleod |
Categories: analogy, character, conflict, howl, humor, humorous, rude,


I'd only finished up my tea
when Terry grabbed the handle.
The little bastard quick to squeeze
the soap just like a vandal.

When off I yelled to "Stop that way
-for being much too rude.
When he would say "It's just that way"
and "Suck it; you dumb dude".

To which I said "You're right; you know;
not everyone's the same".
And told him I'd come back again
despite my need to blame.

Poem Details | by Trevor Mcleod |
Categories: analogy, funny, how i feel, howl, humanity, humorous, old,

Valet Farting

I watched her lift her leg and fart
and said that must be age and heart
But wondered why she needed help
when all that gas was power felt

And thought her sick for just the cause
and yelled at her for what it was
And said I saw her let it go
and wondered if you're nuts or so

And she would blush and say a thing
like so you saw me what's the ding
And I would say I've never seen
a woman fart and carry swing

For what I knew as just a kid
was fart real loud and not with lid
So helping hands would never lift
what *** to all was border'd gift

Poem Details | by Anil Deo |
Categories: appreciation, confidence, hate, howl, humanity, humor, international,

Without You -- Mineus You

you are missed
not the fence-sitter
the open-hearted you

why hide
from truth, small ... large
the earth spins on (MINE US)

Poem Details | by Ernilando Tugaff |
Categories: age, beautiful, dog, grandmother, howl, humorous, song,



Beautiful old woman
Singing at the shower room
Dogs are howling

Poem Details | by Trevor Mcleod |
Categories: character, dedication, hilarious, holiday, howl, identity, image,

Mckerrow You Stink

On the short little drive up 17
was the smell of a land we'd quarantined
Where the place we went through wasn't quite as bad
as the hell of a town Espanola had

Where we rolled through the blessings
with our windows up
And the town called Mckerrow
made our faces shlupt

That we moaned for our senses
for the world to change
When the smell hit our window
in a smell quite strange

And we rolled through the town
going just as fast
As the smell that was slowing
all the hope gone passed