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Poem Details | by Anne-Lise Andresen |
Categories: humor, music,

- Piano -

                                      Patience is the first rule
                                      Passionate harmonies
                                      Playfully on the keys,
                                      painted in black and white
                                      Prelude in E minor
                                      Piano ... played all night
                                      Price; be famous and rich

Poem Details | by Blake Holland |
Categories: adventure, allusion, anger, art, color, confusion, cool, crazy, fantasy, fun, funny, music, new year, paradise, rap, riddle, rude, song,

Northern Suburbia

Your love is real 
the love you feel.
Your love is great 
the love you make.
Your records are on fire 
its your desire.
Take me out tonight
and go wild and crazy, 
or be fat and lazy. 
So I played some Doors 
and saw some whores. 
So I said goodbye 
and they all must die, fool. 
So dig my guts 
and eat my brain 
and then go insane. 
I don't
Care I love it 
so forget it, Punk!

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: humorous, integrity, music,

He's Got Verbal Diarrhoea

Mr Bombastic So sycophantic Spins discs of plastic He’s so sarcastic - Thinks he’s fantastic! He’s on a health kick Eat prunes in aspic.... His guts turn spastic Diarrhoea quite drastic! 02/10/20 Simple silly scribbles after eating prunes for breakfast whilst listening to an 'in your face dj' on internet radio!

Poem Details | by Timothy Hicks |
Categories: humorous, music,

The Evolution of Music 2

Ludwig Van Beethoven played piano
with passion and sorrow,
But did he notice the crowds awestruck breath?
(For I heard he was deaf)

Ray Charles came some centuries after
bringing soul and laughter,
He didn't miss the sight of pretty girls
for music was his world.

Now there's Youtubers like Ronald Jenkees
expressing with such ease,
View by precious view, slowly tasting fame,
like Beethoven or Ray.

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: celebrity, humorous, music,

Celebrity Limerick - Bawdy

MICHAEL JACKSON As Michael performed his routine and belted out hit ‘Billy Jean’ When he grabbed his crotch His voice rose one notch Some critics deemed his moves obscene! Limerick Contest 8/20/18

Poem Details | by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: adventure, family, fantasy, funny, happiness, holiday, music,

Fantasy Escape (Senryu)

World of Walt Disney The day after Thanksgiving Shoulder to shoulder © Joseph 11/23/07 © All Rights Reserved Author’s Comments: The Japanese Senryu format has three lines as follows: the first has five syllables, the second seven syllables, and the third five syllables. The pattern is 5/7/5 for a total of seventeen syllables. The Senryu is about an emotional expression, human nature, and things in the human realms which maybe satiric or humorous.

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: animal, bird, farm, funny, music, silly, song,

Chicken Singing Turkey In the Straw

Buck buck buh-buck-buck
Buck buck buh-buck
Buck buck, buck buck, buck buck buck
Bucka buck bucka bucka buck
A'buck buck buck.

Buh-KAW k'buck buck
Buh-KAW k'buck
Buh-KAW k'buck buck
Buh-KAW k'buck
Buck buck buck buck
Buck buck buck
Bucka buck bucka bucka buck
A'buck buck buck.

Poem Details | by Jesse Rowe |
Categories: funny, music,

Maestro's Mistake

The maestro conducting the bands
Could get none to follow commands.
Though skilled and respected,
Sadly, he'd neglected
That morning to put on his pants.

For Tania Kitchin's Limerick contest
Confirmed syllable count 8-8-6-6-8

Poem Details | by Robin Lane |
Categories: love, music, giggle,


You manage to sneak
your way into every line of every song,
every rise and fall of the volume,
every repetition of a phrase,
and once you’re there, I play your face
along with the arpeggios.
Your smile becomes a musical phrase,
your laugh becomes a giggle of drums,
your scent the smooth, seamless transition
between tracks. And when the album ends,
leaving me in silence, in lonely darkness,
I feel you in the bed next to me,
whispering my name.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, christian, humorous, music,

Nobody Knows the Rubble I Have Seen

No one knows the rubble I’ve seen.
Nobody knows but DEEEshus.
I stop washing dishes and turn around.
My four-year-old is belting this out with gusto.

These dishes?
She nods.
Where did you learn it?
In church.


Poem Details | by Hilo Poet |
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 Sharon Peeples |
Categories: funny, music,

Classic Grumblings

The piano grumbled at his touch,
Playing fortissimo on command...
Nerves of steel snapping a string.

Ambitious to a fault, practicing the night into alarm,
Lizst spilled from the printed page
Like sour milk for a feral cat.

As he rose from the bench, music in hand,
An audible whispered relief rustled the curtains
And silence cradled the grateful room.

Poem Details | by David Crandall |
Categories: humor, music,


Remember what you were taught in school!
While you may think it gains you traction, 
You sound the ungrammatical fool.  
Say, "I can't get ANY satisfaction".

Poem Details | by John Fenn |
Categories: fantasy, funny, happiness, imagination, music, nature, people,

There Are Fairies At the Bottom of My Garden

There are Fairies at the bottom of my garden
And they visit every evening, for a dance
They are lovely to behold and very welcome
I just wish they didn’t trample on my plants

Their favourite dance appears to be the Salsa
They do it with such style and aplomb
Much better than last week when they were jivin’
It appeared they’d hit the garden with a bomb

So I do believe in Fairies, ‘cos I’ve seen them
And every night I watch them, in a trance
They are graceful and delightful and enchanting
“Oi, Tinkerbell, get off my bloody plants”

©  John W Fenn  14-07-2009

Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday |
Categories: beauty, funny love, magic, music, passion, song, symbolism,

Spanish Gypsy

Guitars seduce me
With stacatto semi-tones
Spanish Gypsy scales

Poem Details | by Jslambert Mister Roboto |
Categories: confusion, funny, happiness, holiday, hope, inspirational, introspection, life, music, nature, passion, peace, people, philosophy, time, travel, uplifting, urban, visionary

4:20, Four- Twenty, the Earth Day Birthday

Contractual agreements with publisher caused DELETION

Poem Details | by R. Erin Lenth |
Categories: computer-internet, funny, music,

Rick Roll

Rick, you got me once again;
I'm tired of feeling dumb.
Curse your mindless hyperlinks!
Kiss my big fat bum!

Rick, I'll never pass it on,
On this day or another.
Let the halfwits have their fun.
Let them have their druthers.

© 2011, R. Erin Lenth

Poem Details | by Chaim Wilson |
Categories: age, humorous, music,

Gregorian Chant Rap

Mozart composed the Jazz of his day,
Bach could Rock in the same way,
Music is music,
Melodies mimic,
Young tunes turn classical fogies’ heads gray.

Poem Details | by John Williams |
Categories: humorous,

Music Is Alive

A musician resting in a spar,
Was playing his electric guitar,
An almighty spark
Plunged his home into dark,
He was left with a musical scar.

Poem Details | by Reynard Blake Jr |
Categories: america, humor, irony, music, people, political, satire, woman,

Governor Brewer From Arizona

Governor Brewer From Arizona 
(song parody based on “Girl From Impanema”)

Short, tanned, governor of A-Z
Wagged finger at the commander-and-chief
That was so tasteless
And very racist
So odd!

Brewer dissed Barack Obama
And said Obama was threatening
Guards should have grabbed her
And teach her manners
By far!

Oh – is he really so thin-skinned?
Oh – don’t she know he’s a gangster?
He – killed Bin Laden with SEAL teams

Then he rescued folks from Somalis
He likes guns and diplomacy

Short, tanned, governor of A-Z
Racial profiling is so ungodly
Tell me what happens
In time
To economies
And brown folks don’t leech
And brown folks don’t leech

Poem Details | by Peter Randazzo |
Categories: food, funny, music,

Tortellini Tunes

Why have my guitar
strings turned into spaghetti?
What a saucy mess.

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, animals, education, fantasy, funny, imagination, inspirational, life, music, nature, passion, seasons, song-uplifting, visionary

Johnny Come Blow Your Horn

pillar of trumpets
are no match in a garden
for the hummingbird

Poem Details | by Rudolph Rinaldi |
Categories: deep, funny, music, nature, truth,

Snapple Bottle and Cap

the underside 
of the Snapple bottle cap
that the nothingness 
of a black hole
generates a sound 
in the key of B flat

who can doubt
a Snapple cap

Poem Details | by Dan Keir |
Categories: art, beauty, confusion, dream, education, funny, hope, humorous, imagination, metaphor, music, on work and working, on writing and words, passion, people, song, song-thank you, work, write,

All About the Music: the Infinite Magic of Lyricism

Pop may be catchy
But not lyrically deep
Case in point: Chris Brown.

(N.B. Poem written after hearing "Don't Wake Me Up")

Poem Details | by Jslambert Mister Roboto |
Categories: animals, children, funny, life, music, nature, peace,


Wise owl at his post
"hoo, ha, hoo...hoo, hoo, hoo, hooooo"
thus he gives a hoot!