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Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: america, art, humor, international, patriotic, peace, poetry,

The American Dream

The beauty of the dream
Even fools are allowed in
Misinformed and crawling on narrow stony roads
Yet in this land anything goes
We all have the right to our opinions and views
Apparently even old fools
One day soon
Guns will be taken
So that freedoms truly rule
As the clowns dance
One day
Poets shall rule

Remember this! Obama was no fool!

Poem Details | by William Kekaula |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, change, drink, humor, international, music,

True Blue Music Lovers

True Blue Music Lovers Eyes squeezed, ears held shut, When the Koto is plucked, and Kimono girl shrieks in league, After much sake, The Zither is fined tuned, and The Soprano is well dressed. 2019 April 29 *3rd Place* Best Sedoka - 577-577 ~~Lu Loo

Poem Details | by Tim Smith |
Categories: funny,

International Limerick Day

Limericks be flyin' this fine St. Paddy's day
Trading of barbs is welcomed and quite okay

There once a man from County Kerry
Who was all sorts of drunk and pretty merry
He put on a wig
and danced a fun jig
Til he got picked up by a fellow named Jerry

Poem Details | by Perry Campanella |
Categories: beach, color, dark, fire, kids, fun, giggle, happy, humorous, inspirational, international, july, new year, poetry, senses, voice, youth,

Caution - Fireworks

E-Z Glo Punk, Lightning Flash,
TNT Devices will burst, do crash
Southern Night, Piccolo Petes
       are hard to beat...

I like hand held Sparklers, Tanks
 flashing fountains, Solar Flare
 Six to #20 Gold I have to share,
 no incidence, no burns, thanks...

  Whistles blow, fountains glow,
 pop'n sounds, entire sky all aglow
 I love those colors, high an low
  trails eched onto my retina
  inspired me to let ya know

  Now you close both eyes
in pitch dark, what a surprise
  for you to see, right there
 darkness, absolutely  anywhere
beautiful trails of lights in motion
"Always read a label of caution"

Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: french, funny, humorous, international, irony, poetry, writing,

Cornelius Writes a Poem

Cornelius was a linguist, not a poet -
though his ego was much too large to know it.
After penning a traditional Japanese tanka,
regarding the policies of la casa blanca,
he realized his multicultural poetry - though raw
in meter and message - lacked a certain je ne sais quoi.

Inspired by the writings of our own Maurice Rigoler

*la casa blanca = the white house
*je ne sais quoi = a quality that cannot be named easily.

Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: art, career, change, future, humor, humorous, identity, image, international, me, mystery, poetess, rain, symbolism, words, writing,

Shanity Rain

            So many amazing Artist ~
             one would never complain

            Just to be amongst all Soup 
             my name will never be plain

            I love all indiscriminately 
            My friends you'll  remain 

            Not to confuse or cause pain
            for the reason lies not in Vain

             From now on just call me 
                Shanity Rain ~

           However my Children remind me , I'm Insane ~
        '   Shanity Rain  my new Pen name  '

Poem Details | by John Pen |
Categories: africa, america, giggle, how i feel, international, people, political,

Man with no morals

Ask me not where, when, why or how
Because if I knew I’d be president now
Wait a minute, presidents don’t know that too
I never said they did, but I have morals. Do you?

Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: funny, international,

From Failure to Tailor

A young lady from Venezuala
Considered by many a bit of a failure,
Opened a cafe selling pabell'on criolla,
Hugely successful she made much payola,
Sucking on a cigar she's now dressed by a tailor.

Poem Details | by Neldy Jolo |
Categories: beauty, bird, humorous, i love you, identity, international,


It brings happiness.
I am looking at the sundown, 
tied in a tree branches.

In the Garama river cruise,
we laugh and joke,
with monkeys in the trees,
and with the fireflies.

The experience with no price,
but has a great value, 
We come and go.
We meet and depart.

We listen to different stories.
Stories of bravery.
Tales of cultures.
And the beauty of the language.

The language of tongue. 
The language of self. 
But I am putting an ink to paper, 
will make the story begin.

Poem Details | by Jimmi Canada |
Categories: cousin, culture, earth, emotions, family, fire, giggle, hyperbole, international, introspection, love, magic, simple, slam, thank you, today, voice, weather, wine,


Metti blic,

over-top soars of the harmonica,

the ancient way takes thee and smoke...

With soliloquies we join the mast-

sanctify the allegory,

sustain some good~ing!

Poem Details | by verlecia fields |
Categories: black african american, body, family, food, hilarious, imagination, international,

Tastes Great

The best of beans
makes you tute (tutorial) gas
and fumy gas makes you learn 
that what tastes great going in 
has a smelliest price coming out

Poem Details | by verlecia fields |
Categories: celebrity, giggle, happy birthday, international, may, music, tribute,

Happy Happy Birthday Gulce Ataseven

Happy Happy birthday  Gulce Ataseven 
with the most
let me say 
Happy Happy birthday to you 
i lift up my glass with a
'LYRICAL toast'
and ' radiantly enchanting '
as to say to you 
i hope you have a 
Happy Happy birthday
that only a
like you can do 
Happy Happy birthday
as You...

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: business, corruption, culture, funny, international, money, political,

Wheel of the Gods Grind

The Mushroom Party
Placed an embargo
On Chinese goods
To Mar-a-Largo

It seems that some urns
Were not stuffed with money
Did Kim Jong Un
Pull something funny?

The Donald, of course,
Was not not amused
A star of TV
Should not be abused!

So Rocket Man
Fired off a tweet
"Meat me for lunch"
Which Donald thought, "Sweet"

They both shared a tart
At Great Ego Hall
Then zip-lined to Stormy's
To watch curtains fall 

Ivanka's urns 
Are now filled with Won
So North Korea
Can blast off at dawn

Two heads together
With la-di-da spiel
Keep our world spinning 
When Trump's the Big Wheel

Poem Details | by Vladimir Tumanov |
Categories: drink, humor, humorous, satire,

International Drunkenness

Vodka seems to be part of the Russians. It's like order and structure for Prussians. Vodka opens the mind, but it makes one inclined to fall over and suffer concussions. How the Irish delight in their drink is straightforward and touching I think. Sean and Mary McGinnis raise their glasses of Guinness, and then gulp to oblivion's brink. I’ve been told that the Finns take to boozing. They love Kossu — a drink of their choosing. This tradition is old for in Finland it's cold, so their habit can merit excusing.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: animal, confusion, giggle, international, internet, lust, political,

Aussie in the White House

A Digger who came from Down Under
Was disturbed by Donald Trump's thunder
It seems that a tweet
Incited a bleat
But who can blame Ewe for the blunder?

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: funny, international, language, words,


The instructions were written in Greek
Sometime before people could speak
By some grand design
It read line by line,
"This is the way to go up the creek."

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, fun, humor, international, political,

Wiki Leaks Wiki Reeks

Wiki leaks
Wiki seeks
Wiki peeks
Wiki reeks

Julian, man of great pride,
Julian, bearded man, inside
Julian, Ecuador assembly you doth hide,
Julian, who can you abide?

Wiki leaks
Wiki seeks
Wiki peeks
Wiki reeks

Assange, you should know….
Assange, this is but a show
Assange, wiki leaks aglow,
Julian Assange, where did you go?

Written: April 27, 2019
Contest: Julian Assange 
Sponsor: Kai Michael Neumann

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: hilarious, humor,

International Women's Day

International Women's Day

Now being a woman, I don't get it,
When large breasts are floated in
Amsterdam today!
Looking like overgrown onions,
To celebrate Women's Day!

Is that all we are? Really how silly!
If only there were an International
Men's day!
And rivers filled with floating willies!
One could make millions charging for
"Ride the Willy"...

From the Book:
I Float, Hear me Roar!
By: Panagiota Romios

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: allusion, environment, giggle, humor, international, love,

Pandemic Love

This is sage advice,
At gigolos don't look twice,
It's a pandemic world, 
Solo orgasms, guys and girls,
All around the world,
Blip yourselves, dudes and girls, 
Then on with the happy pants,
Back to work online, us ants!
How do I know all this?
Google's life coaching is the blip!

Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: games, health, humor, integrity, international, internet, introspection,

Nutritional Pathways

Resonant metaphors are nourishing polypaths
analogous to rich polyphonic relationships
comparing polynomial poetic communications
complexly contrasting nondual polarities

For those with humane identities
informed by richly cultivated Win/Win faith
to hear and feel eco-them
as the healthiest integrity
with curiously wealthy 
courageous ego-us

Building not necessarily not
ZeroSoul metaphors
appealing not to and not for,
but always integrally with, 
ZeroSum polypathic potential.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: boyfriend, color, giggle, insect, international,

I Advise a Rather Clueless Lady

A pink-'n-yellow ladybug flew up to me
  Said, 'I'm so pretty, can't you see
Why are the gentleman-bugs so put-off-y
  Perhaps I'm simply too carefree'

'O no, ma'am, that's just not so
  You're the best catch in all of Toronto
It's just that gents here don't know from pink-'n-yellow
  Wear a maple-leaf coat to catch a Canadian fellow'

Poem Details | by Indiana Shaw |
Categories: appreciation, for her, friend, hilarious, international, journey, tribute,

One For Mo


Bacon to the poet, how I love to be in a bun
Poet to the bacon; how I love to be on a roll

Indiana Shaw . . . : )

". . . : )"