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Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous, i miss you,

Do You Fancy a Lay

Jan and Daz were out strolling one day Daz turned and asked did I fancy a lay I blushed like a schoolgirl and said Daz don’t be so rude! … But I’m feeling quite peckish, I fancy some food Daz started to fumble and to my surprise He pulled out a whopper I gulped at the size Get your teeth into this Jan was all Daz did say For there in his hands was a huge bag of Lay’s! I wrote this back in April. My dearest wish is that one day Darren will be back to add another verse Lay's in not a product we have in the UK 20th June 2015

Poem Details | by Frederick Smith |
Categories: funny, imagination, inspirational,

You Tickle My Taste Buds

what scrumptious
steam floating
from the muffin
touching my nose 
like sewers from 
new york city
But one of a

my taste buds
lifts my tounge
out my mouth 
like a body builder

What color 
what texture
what a taste 
you have in my style
better then

look at the smile
you bring to 
that young fella 
not to sweet 
not to bitter 

just right to 
tackle my 
buds when i taste

Poem Details | by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: 11th grade, fun, humor, poets,

A Golden Egg

For Charley, I write a char-lay
a piece with extra twist bar none.
Dull thought laid aside for a day 
shar-penning a lay just for fun.

When it comes to how words are spun, 
some eggheads plain don't want to play.
Soft-shell poets away they run 
unafraid of eggs they may lay.

January 20, 2020

Charles Messina's -  Oh-No A Twisted Char-Lay Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by Agnes Krampe |
Categories: funny, winter,

White Lay On Schuman Lake the Snow

The snow lay white on Schuman lake
this afternoon. The ice
gleamed in the sun. I went to take
a picture. It looked nice.

White lay on Schuman lake the snow,
I took my phone to capture
where near the bank the cattails grow.
Was careless in the rapture.

White lay the snow on Schuman lake.
I took a step – and crash
did not forsee the ice would break.
my foot went in with splash.

On Schuman lake, the snow lay white.
I wore nice shoes and suit!
The mud was deep, the ice had bite.
I wish I’d worn a boot.

On Schuman lake white lay the snow.
I hobbled to my car
and drove away with dripping toe
because I’d gone too far.

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: humor, imagery, metaphor,


Burst of brandished flaming arrow,
Thump of bunnies against my chest,
Cupid’s straight pointer did narrow,
Continue my family crest.

Squawking souls of birds in my nest,
Potent from moonstruck bolero,
Crescendo of lust’s citrus zest —
****-a-hoop’s sunstruck sombrero.

Charles Messina’s Oh-No A Twisted Char-Lay Poetry Contest
ABAB BABA 8 syllables

*****-a-hoop normally an adjective, using as a noun here
triumphantly pleased or boastful : happily exulting

Poem Details | by Jeff Kyser |
Categories: farewell, humorous,

Now I Lay Me

Now I lay me down, here goes.
The c-pap rests beneath my nose.
If I get strangled by my hose,
At the grave, read one of Poe’s.
If my wife begins to sweat,
And she seems not that upset,
Then please do as we discussed:
Lock my assets in a trust.
But if she dons sack cloth and ash,
Throw that c-pap in the trash!

Poem Details | by Trevor Mcleod |
Categories: analogy, assonance, character, funny, giggle, identity, nursery rhyme,

Apple Lay

I'm  being followed by an apple
I feel like I've been picked
I wonder if it rolls on by
I'll have a bushel wit

I try to say it isn't me
who sees it as it falls
For me; I'm certain love is me
and gravity can't call

So on I go remembering when
I saw it light the way
And say this apple isn't me
and kick it where it lay