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Poem Details | by Anne-Lise Andresen |
Categories: cute love, fun, giggle, romance,

- and Kiss Me -

A kiss lights a spark of passionate fire, a flirt with warm lips

If the snow is white ... the rainbow brightness of the smiling sun in the rain

Soft as dew, three words so easily :  "I love you" ... I believe ...

15 - 18 - 15

Sun :) A-L Andresen :)

Poem Details | by Brenda Atry |
Categories: funny, introspection, life, december,

Oh Wolverine

December 12.2012

The scales are balanced, great joys ,vast heartache, deep rooted love.

Age withered appetite ,no food, nor travel desired, memories rekindle want ,but not drive.

A weekend with Hugh Jackman can surely re whet my palate, oh wolverine on high!

Brenda Atry December , 2012

Poem Details | by John Freeman |
Categories: funny, old, old,

Headlines Woodridge Estates

loving notion, dying of an overdose of love potion heavenly dream of an old gent far spent, as mind finishes rent an old man expires, as beautiful aid rubs back with lotion =================== For Natalie The Rogue Rhymer Die A 'Fun' Death Contest

Poem Details | by John Freeman |
Categories: funny

Lost In the Forties

~Lost are our beautiful starlets in the early forties
  In full garb, signs of their times, dancing tipping toe prancing their stance
  Contrasting our times, no cleavage revealed , but legs were bare

 For: Rick Parise 
Contest Name:  May I Have This Sijo Dance

Poem Details | by Glenn Sentes |
Categories: funny,

Privileged Feet

Damn your feet that crushed and squashed thousands of grapes in the pool!
While we only have eaten those purple drupes in our wildest dreams
And did you just say you would make wine from those feet-ground fruits?

Glenn Sentes
For Nette Onclaud's ON YOUR FEET Contest

*Adjudged 1st Place

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: feelings, humorous,

Placid Pool

Peering into the placid pool of water at the creeks edge She retreated in shock at the old wrinkled white-headed lady Her mother's ghost must have appeared instead of her own reflection Fear and disbelief engulfed her warm spirit of youthfulness As she hopped, slightly bent back up the trail to her ancient dwelling How can this be, life's plays tricks, in realization the mirror speaks

Poem Details | by Kash Poet |
Categories: funny

Which One Is Me

Six ballerinas on their toes waiting for curtain drop,
five of them are female and one male dressed as a ballerina,
I mingled among them in tutu,find which one is me!

© kashinath karmakar

By:kashinath karmakar (5th April 2011,photo based)

Poem Details | by Kash Poet |
Categories: fantasy, funny, imagination

Following the Trail of An Ant

Following the trail of an ant I almost reached its nest,

a grasshopper came in between and told  to follow it,

as I turned my back, you trampled us with your high heels in my dream.

© kashinath karmakar

By:kashinath karmakar (23rd March 2011)

Poem Details | by Charles Sides |
Categories: funny, kiss,

Hollywood Kiss

Have you taken notice of how they kiss in Hollywood? You mean those hot, sexy, steamy kisses in the movie love scenes? No, the ones when heads are side by side and they kiss the air

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: analogy, art, cat, fun, funny, perspective, pets,

Curiosity Killed the Sketch

A pen travels across paper; a line appears to follow. Curiously growing eyes; anxiously follow its path. Muscles and tendons taught; cat leaps and the sketch is gone.

Poem Details | by Destiny Samlock |
Categories: funny


We will dance all night and into the early morning
We forgot our outfits and we have nothing to wear
We will wear our shower caps and chicken coats instead

Poem Details | by Meredith Tally |
Categories: day, funny,

The Beach

At the Beach, people play in the sand and watch the waves go by. 

Maybe they will take a stroll on the boardwalk by the shore. 

Or binging on taffy, a childhood dream.

Poem Details | by William Masonis |
Categories: funny, history, social,

President Bush In Three Lines

Confusion reigns in him, even before the press conference.
Yet when there's a chance to make a bad choice,  none's more decisive.
Acting only when he must, he throws the chips, lets them fall.

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: humor, nature, poetry, spring, tree,

Yoshino Cherry Tree

Yoshino cherry tree, blossoms glistening in the sun
Most vibrant display of white-pink blossoms, with faint almond fragrance
Delightful moment, overcome by a massive sneeze attack

October 15, 2019
F F I series 29 sijo
Brian Strand, sponsor

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, character, conflict, confusion, endurance, food, funny,

The Sleeping Chef- -Part 1

The pastry chef Bakes cakes and breads Took a nap, burnt them
8/29/19 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. ©2019

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, confusion, cute, funny,

The Sleeping Chef- -Part 2

/center>The pastry chef alas a prime and proper cooks in an steel oven 
Bakes cakes buttery biscuits pizzas and all types of breads
Took a nap, burnt them up...enough said so sad blacken charcoal breads

Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. ©2019

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: adventure, humor, ocean,

The Oceans Deed

THE OCEAN’S DEED Rushing waters of natural pool cascade onto my head. Better half's off to grab camera — shot he’ll take when I’m dead. The ocean’s deed to push me under amuse the man I’ve wed. 7/25/2020 7/25/2020 Modern Sijo Total of 45 syllables

Poem Details | by Marissa Faries |
Categories: crazy, funny, humor, rap, urban, word play, words,

Rhyming Scheme

Lately I have been feeling so happy and so rappy.
But whenever I get snappy, I go for a nappy.
Just never make me feel so unhappy nor either so crappy.