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Poem Details | by Robert Warlov |
Categories: humor, irony, poetry, satire,

Main Street Laureate

(On the state of American Poetry-  A Non-Poem Poem )




I'm Poet Laureate Of Main Street.
They voted.  I won.

' came down to me and the kid whose dog craps on everyone's lawns.

His poem was about a missing red crayon; mine: the stop-sign someone stole from the corner of Elm and Main (I think I know who did it too).

Is it coincident both poems are about loss? 
Probably not. Poetry is at it's best when expressing loss.

He'll probably win the position back next year with a weepy poem about not having been chosen Poet Laureate Of Main Street.

That's fine with me, as long as he keeps that damn dog in his own yard.

Poem Details | by Isaiah Zerbst |
Categories: funny, humor, irony, pain, slam,

Jogger and Logger

For "Show Me the Funny (part two)"

There once was a fellow a woggin'*
Who bumped into one who was loggin'
They had quite a spat
The ax was a bat
And the first had a lump on his noggin


* Woggers are those who get all dressed for jogging, but only go at walking speed, while vigorously pumping their arms to delude themselves that they are jogging.


Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: depression, humor, humorous, irony,

Saving Mcgee

Now down at our local pub
I noticed McGee at the bar
So I pulled up a chair, A bit unaware
That he was a bit under par

He said to me "Last night, 
I tried to take me own life
I wanted to end my misery
In this world full of struggle and strife

So, I started to take a thousand pills, 
and wash them down with wine
but after the second aspirin 
I started to feel just fine

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, courage, cute love, dark, deep, depression, desire, destiny, devotion, dream, first love, funny love, grief, happiness, heart, heartbreak, heartbroken, how i feel, i am, i love you, i miss you, innocence, irony, jealousy, lonely, longing, loss, lost, love, love hurts, miss you, missing, missing you, night, passion, psychological, romance, romantic, sad, sad love, silence, sky, sleep, solitude, sunset, true love,

Red Light

have you ever felt like 
the flashing red light on the roof,
lonely as ever
visible at night, useless by day?

in sync with its partner next door
for a quick kiss over a few flashes only 
then arguing again and again 
night in, night out.

have you ever felt like 
the flashing red light on the roof,
not signaling a warning to keep away
but sending a call for compassion?

using the dark pauses in between 
to yell the same name 
over and over and over
into the emptiness of each night.

have you ever felt like
the flashing red light on the roof,
being your silent cry
only heard by your eternal love?

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: fantasy, kids, humorous, irony,

The Trainee Boogeyman

This boogeyman was scared of the dark But tried frightening kids in the park When dusk started to fall For his mummy he’d call He'd go dashing home quick as a lark Young children thought it was great fun Seeing the poor boogeyman run They’d leap out from a bush Make him fall on his tush For he didn’t scare anyone So the boogeyman joined in a class His assessments he quickly did pass He leaps from dustbin lids Now he’s scaring the kids This transition he cannot surpass Contest Boogeyman sponsored by Nayda Ivette Negron 05~24~16


Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: culture, funny, humor, irony, silly,

Woosh Vs Zroooom--A Limerick Joke

A vacuum cleaner should glide
And relief from messes provide
It is quite unlike
Harley Davidson's bike
Since the dirtbag's on the inside



Author's note: Someone told me this vapid joke at work today, so I framed it as above--enjoy!

Poem Details | by David Brown |
Categories: anger, break up, dark, humor, irony,

These Bare Walls

On these bare walls 
there once hung
artwork that was picked by you,
which you'd then picked over,
leaving only a needlepoint 
your mother made for our wedding 
and a picture an alcoholic friend gave you
of a bear

How ironic now, 
it seems, they're not so bare
since I've hung a painting of
dancing bears on the bare wall where 
I took down the needlepoint
and a butterfly, 
in the bare spot you left
by the front door

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: change, humorous, irony, nursery rhyme,

21st Century Re-Write of Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty fell off the top of the wall He got on the phone and gave his lawyer a call With help from the lawyer and litigation men Humpty is rich and won’t have to work again! 09~30~16 Inspired by Three blind mice poem by Ilene Bauer

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: bullying, humorous, irony,

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

A quiet teenager named Tina Had bullies use words to demean her But my memory lingers cos she stuck up two fingers then pushed them into the marina! 3/20/18

Poem Details | by L Milton Hankins |
Categories: feelings, humorous, irony, spoken word,

Backhanded Apology

Sorry if I upset you, I really didn’t mean it Actually, I meant it Until I saw it upset you, Now I’m sorry you are Upset by my words But I got them said, Which I intended to do.
Written September 12, 2022 POEM OF THE DAY Poetry Soup September 14, 2022

Poem Details | by Gail Foster |
Categories: bird, heart, humor, irony, love, myth, pain,

The Gift of Eros

The Gift of Eros

Aloft flies Eros; mischief fluttered wings
With silent rustle whisper overhead
By arrows pierced; the hearts of knaves and kings
The chilly grave, the restless lover’s bed
Blue London air, red Piccadilly light
Above the shifting crowd and constant noise
In summer heat, in neon and the night
He aims his slender bow with perfect poise
Aloft flies Eros; underneath his feet
As shadows of the Circus slowly shift
I contemplate my own love, bitter, sweet
The wound that Eros wrought in me, the gift
And as I turn my tears up to the sky
A pigeon drops an arrow in my eye

by Gail

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: food, humorous, irony,

I Can'T Believe It's Not Buddah

An allergic reaction to foods isn’t nice So warnings on food labels are good advice But….. We all know that milk comes from a cow’s udder So do we need this printed on a pat of ‘Buddha’? WARNING - MAY CONTAIN MILK I think health and safety have finally gone mad To have this printed on a butter pat really is sad! So if it’s called butter made with milk from a cow They can remove the warning notice from now Contest Warning Sponsored by Viv Wigley This is a true story - my hubby still has the tiny label from the pat of butter he was given in hospital... maybe they were taking health and safety a little too far 10~15~16

Poem Details | by Honestly J.T. |
Categories: how i feel, humor, irony, poems, poetry, truth, writing,

Contradictionary

I feel that I've not done,
Everything that I should do.
I've not found the sun,
Nor what rain,
May have to prove.
Every word is dry,
With a fighting attitude,
Trying to deny, 
What I'd truly say to you.
I've tried to be the kind,
To write,
And please your very eyes.
Yet there comes a time,
When my muse,
Runs and hides.
Nay! This game of pain,
Is not what I ordain.
Peace will be sustained,
On the day,
I write again.

Poem Details | by Beverly Stock |
Categories: giggle, hilarious, irony, poetry, satire, word play, words,

Inside Words

Here is just a little clue,   
Look inside the words I write,
Other words hide in there, too,
When packed in tight, they unite.

Scapegoat is the first one,
I don’t think a goat’s aware,
Escaping from this poem,
That his pelt might need repair.

Afterthought is complex too,
A thought that comes thereafter,
After all the work is through,
Thought-too-late distractor.

Airbag? Are you serious?
Air, of course, you cannot see,
Plastic bags are hazardous.
That just makes no sense to me.

Doughnuts are my favorite treat,
It’s true nutlets grow on trees,
Bakery goods are oh so sweet,
But I’m out of dough, you see.  

©2020BeverlyStock

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: humorous, irony, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, voice,

A Melody On Parchment

Feelings on paper
A melody on parchment
easy poetry

your heartfelt humor
delighting unknown strangers
while you ignore him

pouring out your soul
into a painting or poem
husband catches up

Poem Details | by Paloma P |
Categories: funny, poetry,

Irony

The irony of writing poetry, when life's a comic book...

Poem Details | by Elizabeth Smith |
Categories: fate, funny, irony,

Loaners

What do you own? anything at all?
In reality nothing is owned neither big nor small 
The items you cherish and think are yours 
Are really just loaners for as long as life endures
You can take nothing with you of course that's obvious
Possessions have their own life forever circulating to a new audience

Poem Details | by Anais Vionet |
Categories: health, humor, humorous, irony, patriotic, political, teen,

Simply Gone - the Virus

Wow, it turns out Trump was right.
I saw it on “the Onion” - posted overnight.

Scientists woke up today and the virus
was simply gone - the miracle - has happened.
And they said that Trump was wrong!

The once dying - started laughing
first responders broke into song
patients shrugged off ventilators
they can go back home where they belong.

That God has been so merciful
is a story ripped from scripture
and since Trump - the antichrist - is here
we can move on to the rapture!

Poem Details | by Roof Missing |
Categories: emotions, humor, irony, life, love,

A Personal Attack

Now if I shoot at you with live ammo that's personal,
Words just don't hack it, most thoughts too bizarre
To attribute to anything short of dementia,
With colors that dribble, fake tears! Spayed guitar!

Sounds so high strung with guts, from such different cats,
Tones all bounce off life’s rails more like temper’s distemper.
What cue ball can't sink are your colors to choose,
But consider largesse to be caveat emptor.

The precision you see here's designed to confuse you,
For order is something most men can't abide,
But the devil take foremost, ‘who’s first,’ most deserving
A cinch that there's nothing to trump – more than pride!


Long Tooth
June 2nd in 2019

Poem Details | by Terry Ireland |
Categories: age, humor, irony, life,

Sex After Seventy

Oh, you can’t have sex after seventy
Your children just wouldn’t approve
And if your neighbours found out 
You’d probably have to move

No, you can’t have sex after seventy
You’ve got to be young and fit
And every succeding generation
All seem think they invented it.

You just can’t have sex after seventy
Though it’s not quite against the law
You should be watching the tele
Or maybe doing the odd jigsaw

No, you can’t have sex after seventy
If you get such an unnatural urge
Drink some hot Epsom Salts
And give your bowels a purge.

You just can’t make love after seventy
Just accept it with good grace
No you can’t have sex after seventy
And wipe that smirk off your face

Poem Details | by Joe Dimino |
Categories: gothic, grave, halloween, humor, irony, nonsense, silly,

Old Friends

The Ghost denied
he was a Ghost,

though clearly
I saw through -- 

Someone I knew
in life, back then
quite pink, substantial
with lots 
and lots to do – 

tried and tried
convincing him
all to no avail,
myself even now
more pale

till recognized he

dear friend, himself

who had

read my eulogy….

Poem Details | by Isaiah Zerbst |
Categories: holiday, humor, humorous, ireland, irony,

My Old Bucket

I lost my old bucket so sadly,
And felt oh so terribly badly;
Then lo and behold
A pot full of gold!
I'd lose me another and gladly.

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: addiction, april, best friend, computer, confusion, courage, culture, cute love, earth, emotions, encouraging, environment, fantasy, farm, feelings, funny love, garden, happiness, happy, i love you, i miss you, inspirational, internet, irony, july, june, kiss, loneliness, love, magic, me, metaphor, nature, parody, repetition, satire, science, social, technology, tree, women, world, youth,

Tree

follow on facebook,
adore on pinterest,
fall in love on instagram,
kiss on a hunch,
all under a tree.

Poem Details | by Bob Fuhr |
Categories: humorous, irony,

Humility

I am very proud to be
Number one in humility.

Poem Details | by Robert Candler |
Categories: angst, desire, humorous, irony, life, lust, sorrow,

Oh Well

Bill stared at a cute butt going by.
Wishing he were much bolder, he sighed,
"I would give all my pay
To roll that in the hay."
But looked up to see 'she' was a guy.