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Poem Details | by P.S. Awtry |
Categories: goodbye, humor, moving on, red,

Red-Dress-Fabulous Goodbye

Oh no! What are YOU doing here? I haven’t seen you in a year! But I’m sure it’s perfectly clear, I’m still red-dress fabulous, Dear! You thought you could steal my spotlight? You sauntered in like it’s your right. But now you know, it's no fair fight— I’m red-dress fabulous, tonight! Surely you see, it’s my parade! You’ve been upstaged. You’ve been out played! And now your welcome’s been overstayed, there in my red-dress-fabulous shade! It's getting late and you should fly- I bid you, red-dress-fabulous Good-bye! January 15, 2019 Poem of the Day ~ January 17, 2019

Poem Details | by Cheryl Hoffman |
Categories: humor,

Moving Day

I jotted the number down with a pen
called and set the date of time and when
two men and a truck
finally showed up
outside my door stood two stick figured men



7-6-18


Poem Details | by Dino Spahillari |
Categories: funny, parody, food,

Moving Up the Food Chain

We were vegan
with a brain smaller
than a peanut
and then we started eating
meat
fish
our brain got larger
we became higher primates
moving up the food chain
larger brain
smarter men
bigger hearts
higher blood pressure
and now
we moved back
to green
forget the red meat
back
to the trees
and to grass fields
became vegan again
up and down
the food chain
hopefully the brain
stays the same...

Poem Details | by J.W. Earnings |
Categories: angst, change, childhood, confusion, depression, fear, feelings, children, kids, funny, growing up, home, homework, humor, inspiration, lonely, me, miss you, moving on, nature, pain, poetry, school, self, sorrow, stress, teen, time, writing, youth,

My Boredom Disease

Like sick allergies, 
Boredom can be passed around
I call it: THE BOREDOM DISEASE

Like a horrid storm,
Boredom can catch you off guard
Hold on for DEAR LIFE!

Like the whooping cough,
Boredom can be serious
If I were you, I’d
Get a vaccination !

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: absence, break up, confidence, death, feelings, funny, i am, i love you, inspirational, leaving, loneliness, lost love, love, moving on, psychological, recovery from, relationship, suicide, true love, wife,

End

Only then you're done,
when you end the ending;
leave the closure to others,
that way it's much more fun.


Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous, moving on,

Flirting With Death

Sue removed her Rayban sunglasses Batted her long dark eyelashes A consummate flirt She smoothed down her skirt Then scattered her late husband’s ashes! Many friends turned up at the wake Sue handed out sherry and cake With hands on her hips And cherry red lips She didn’t show signs of heartbreak! Her dear Joe had been buried one week Sue went dating a rich Arab sheikh With her sexy hairstyle and her womanly wile the future didn’t look quite so bleak! Flirt Contest Sponsored by Lewis Raynes 12~04~16

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: appreciation, conflict, death, funny, moving on,

At the Bitter End

It’s my deathbed piano sonata 
Fond farewell I say to a lotta 
Note: At door there’s a fist-- 
A bouncer with the list 
Of any persona non grata  


Author's Note: This was inspired by my neighbor Lillian.  We were talking the other day about dying and the fact that certain relatives would not be welcome at the party--the ones who have been nothing but trouble in life.  Can't we at least enjoy our own demise?

Poem Details | by Mike A. |
Categories: cheer up, funny, hilarious, men, moving on, parody, silly,

Poo Haiku

Something smells in here,
John forgot to flush again,
I think I'll move out!

Poem Details | by Brenda Meier-Hans |
Categories: flower, funny, goodbye, imagination, leaving, nature, summer,

Moving On

Goodbye sweet friend it's time to go,
Don't act as if you did not know.
Now is the chance for me to show,
You have become my greatest foe
I'm leaving you at dawn.
Remember when we used to be
Like peas in a pod, you and me?
Now all I want is to be free
It's time I'm moving on.

The sun awoke to bless my sky,
Wind has given me wings to fly,
I'm feeling so free, I cannot lie
Turning I whisper one last goodbye,
As I'm leaving you at dawn.
Today has become my greatest test...
Find a field where my seed shall rest
Till when next year I'm a Dandelion pest.
That's why I'm moving on.

09.08. 2014
Written for Anthony Slausen’s Contest Moving On

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: adventure, bullying, dog, giggle, humor, humorous, moving on,

Resentful Flea

hear about the angry flea

flitting about crabbily

well it hopped a dog

who fell in a bog

and they floated out to sea.

Poem Details | by Bill Lindsay |
Categories: fantasy, funny, moving on, scary,

Oh My Goodness

“It’s a boy!”

A day which will live long in the memory;
Such emotions as I have never experienced!
My whole life turned upside down

In that moment that we met,
I knew that I would never be the same,

Nor would I *ever return to Thailand ...

Poem Details | by Kash Poet |
Categories: funny,

A Moving Bowl

a moving bowl
under the shining moon....
his bald head

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: change, conflict, fate, giggle, humor, jealousy, moving on,

Mcfee

once this small elf named mcfee

tried to sleep in an elm tree

till its owl found out

and hooted this shout

mcfee you better now flee.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: emotions, funny love, grief, moving on, parents, perspective, relationship,

Tell Your Child Everything Please

What do you think happens when you die?
I asked the sobbing 7-year-old.
She could not quit though.
She was in full-blown
keening, wailing,
shoulder shaking,
lip quivering,
keening, and screaming now,
sobbing mode.


Her very caring, loving, unselfish parent
Had told her about the death of her
Great-aunt Rose, whom she had
Never met who
Passed
In 
1965 
this morning.

It was the fifth time I had 
seen her this week as
her great-great grandfather
had passed in 1972, 74, 78,
81, and 85.

Her mother, was the best
story-telling drug addicted
parent in the world
apparently,
and knew
what she
needed to
do to keep
lilttle one in
check.

Poem Details | by Kristie Raburn |
Categories: culture, desire, encouraging, humor, moving on, nostalgia, soldier,

Sky Falling

High above the parade ground
Our four groups of three
Lined up in a helicopter
Hovering over the trees

With parachutes heavy on our backs
The jump master checks for any slack
Chutes tightly packed, closed with twine
Fastened by cord to the static line

No one wants to be the first
Though we all willingly volunteered
After several hours of training
Our first time was finally here

Hooked into the floor
Inching closer to the open door
One by one... we jump
Our hearts in our throats... thump

Whoosh... we are floating
Slowly toward the ground
Open parachutes above us
Friends watching from the ground

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: allusion, confusion, environment, humor, irony, motivation, moving on,

Didactic Dating

In the manner of a teacher, particularly so as to treat someone in a patronizing way. a stage of romantic and/or sexual relationships in humans whereby two or more people meet socially, possibly as friends or with the aim of each assessing the other's suitability as a partner in a more committed intimate relationship or marriage or the other meanings. the moral of this story is.

Poem Details | by Michael G. Weston |
Categories: death, eulogy, funeral, funny, grave, humor, moving on,

To Whom It May Concern

To whom it may concern,
For time will surely tell,
I write to my loved ones
To say that I am well.

I scarcely can recall
A time more I content,
Than here amongst my friends
With time more wisely spent.

The rooming here is quaint,
In truth, a little cramped.
Likewise, harsh April rains
Make all my walls feel damped.

The silence, although grave,
Does make for better sleep.
Yet, every passing day
More neighbors moan and weep.

I hope to see you soon,
Perhaps within the year.
For winters cold and stiff
Are awfully lonely here.

Until we meet again,
I wish you all the best.
For my death after all
Is quite the restless test.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: animal, fate, giggle, health, horse, moving on, sports,

Riding Stable

The horse I rode in on was, "Nellie"
Renown for the size of her belly
Although hot to trot
She farted a lot
And shook like a bowl full of jelly!

Poem Details | by Roger Turner |
Categories: anger, divorce, funny, giggle, humorous, moving on, relationship,

12 Days of Xmas

On the first day of x-mas
My ex wife gave to me
a card from her new attorney

On the second day of x-mas
My ex wife gave to me
Two weeks to leave
and a card from her new attorney

On the third day of x-mas
my ex wife gave to me
Three poloraids
two weeks to leave
and a card from her new attorney

On the fourth day of x-mas 
my ex wife gave to me
Four hotel bills
Three polaroids
two weeks to leave
and a card from her new attorney

On the fifth day of x-mas 
my ex wife gave to me
five ....oh hell
I was gone...by this time
who am I fooling

and a card from her new attorney

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: hero, humorous, mountains, moving on, people, places, work,

Sisyphus

Sisyphus would hardly stop
even on the mountain's top.

Volodymyr Knyr
2017

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: career, education, giggle, moving on,

Enk Shuss Climbs the Ladder

Contrary to today's psychology
  Enk Shuss majored in Anthropology
     Though not very practical
     Anthro proved quite tactical
  Enk's the new head of Criminology

Poem Details | by Agnes Bugeja |
Categories: break up, feelings, funny, humorous, moving on, silly,

A Special Sale

Buy one and get one free
A special sale,but you can't buy me.
You had my heart and so much more
But you preferred the girl next door.

A very good price
But you know what they say
You get what you pay for
It shows everyday.

You can't send her back
you got her for free
The one that you paid for
Yes it was me!
I cost you time lost when you were with me.Your love and your laughter
was spent on me....

You get what you pay for.So now you're alone
Be careful for sales when theres no return.....

Poem Details | by The Fringe |
Categories: funny, introspection,

Moving On

I created a hell on Earth
Some might call it marriage
The immaturity of my vision
Oh God what a blunder
But the fault is mine
Because I believed in toxic things
Now I’m truly excited
What beauty now awaits me?

Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: funny, political, satire,

Beware of Moving Lips

Politicians are suave but not soothing,
Saying much but very little proving.
With accent or drawl,
They spin one and all,
So beware when their lips start moving.

Poem Details | by Rob Carter |
Categories: girlfriend, humor, leaving, moving on,

Boomerang

Can't get rid,
tried wiping on the mat.
Shits too ingrained
the smell just lingers.

Fumigation is futile,
I can't escape.
You just won't leave
Please go go go.

I think at last
you're gone for good.
Then STRIKE,
Back once again.

Leaving's so hard
for you to get.
Don't  boomerang
Please, go go go.