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Poem Details | by John Beharry |
Categories: bird, color, humor, red, sky, water,

Bird Poop In My Eye

Looking up into the sky
a bird pooped in my eye
as it was flying overhead
causing me to see red

It was warm and soggy
making me feel queasy
I scurried into the house
like an upset little mouse

I headed for the kitchen sink
and got there in a blink
Using the faucet spout
I tried to flush it out

When it was expelled
it had a funny smell
and the sink water
had a dirty colour

So when a bird is flying overhead
keep your head down instead
Do not look up into the sky
or you may get poop in your eye

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 Harold Hunt Sr |
Categories: funny,

Look Up To the Sky

Look up to the sky
Look up in the sky and what do you see?
Is it an airplane flying by me?
Look up to the sky what do you see?
Is it the sun shinning down on me?
Look up to the sky what do you see.
The moon is smiling down on you.
Look up to the sky what do you see.
The rain coming down on you and me.
Don't look now to the sky for birds are above.
And you don't know what will come down.

Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: animal, food, fun, humor, sky, summer, uplifting,


Quote By Poet "A zoo trip can put a zip in your
walk and zeal for being outside with the animals."

A hot summer's day at the zoo,
beautiful white clouds with a bright sky of blue.
Look the elephants are being chased by the clean up crew,
watch out he just might moo.
Here we have lions of two,
just like me and you.
The cute little bear is eating bamboo,
they want bamboo and I want some hot beef stew.
The day and time is almost through,
let's go home and have some cheese fondue.

Poem Details | by Isaiah Zerbst |
Categories: flying, freedom, humor, sky, smile,

Flying High

Flying in the great blue sky,
Like a grinning fool.
Flying fast, and flying high;
Didn't check the fuel.

Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: beauty, humor, moon, sky, star, uplifting,

The Full June Moon

You hang on a velvet black sky
Your beauty makes me want to sigh
Wearing a halo of stars
I bet you can see mars
The full June moon makes me want to cry
Date Written:6/5/2022
8 Place
The Moon in June (Choose One of Five Forms) Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Andrea Dietrich

Poem Details | by The Grahamburglar |
Categories: childhood, children, funny, kid, moon, my child, parents,

Pink Sky At Night

I really want the moon, who smiles oh so bright,
to be a little different, if only for tonight.
Last night it was a circle, same as the night before,
its always been a circle, and that is such a bore.
So little star up in the sky, I wish I may and might,
make the moon a triangle, and make it pink, not white.


*Last night my 2 year old daughter saw the moon and said, "I really want the moon to be a triangle, but it keeps being a circle!"

Poem Details | by Iolanda Scripca |
Categories: death, nature, sad, sky, giggle,

Death of the Deer

Chasing dazzled eyes of dew
Forests tickling greenness at my toes
Pebbles giggle lullabies in blue
Thirst is penetrating soul...

Echoed steps worries the skies
Violins long for their trees
Thunder without lightning shoots 
Wounded sunset bleeds on heart

Chased and dazzled, color-blinded
Grass turns sky and sky is dirty...
No more thirst, a deaf encounter
Hunters of my soul...and I...

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: city, funny, humor, humorous, places, sky, smile,

Aspiring Parrot

once a parrot named kevin

wanted to go to heaven

so he flew and flew

but when out of view

was forced to land in akron.

Poem Details | by Mark Martin |
Categories: beauty, funny, humor, humorous, night, sky,


Based on BBC news article "Supermoon lights up sky around the world"

On the night November fourteen
By orbit's cycles, moon looms near
An astral stellar lunar scene
Since '48 the largest sphere

Around the world the drifting night
Heaven's show of nature's wonder
Peoples of the world unite
Common sky we all live under

From New Zealand to New Delhi
Cairo, London, Bondi beach
Leave the tablet and the telly
Go outside and stretch to reach

On your own or with some friends
Join the upward looking crowds
Pause and ponder - does space end?
Unless you're cursed with thick grey clouds

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: farewell, flying, fun, funny, giggle, humor, sky,

Drop In Traveler

i once knew a girl named sloot

who liked to travel by chute

dropping into a town

she would leave with a frown

due to the horrid commute.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: giggle, paradise, peace, planet, satire, sky,

Do You See What I See

'When Jupiter aligns with Mars'
  all I see are tiny stars
'When the moon is in the Seventh House'
  I am in my wife's doghouse

'Harmony and understanding'
  My car, my kids be demanding
'Golden living dreams of visions'
  What I wear evokes derision

They call this 'The Age of Aquarius'
  ~ I taste turmeric on asparagus

Lines 1, 3, 5, and 7 are taken from 'The Age
of Aquarius,' a hit song released by 'The 
Fifth Dimension' in 1969.

Poem Details | by Elizabeth Smith |
Categories: allegory, beautiful, fantasy, humorous, mythology, sky, space,

A Smoking Gun


Beholding planet Earth from the far reaches of space, 
In the ink black cosmos the observers must give voice
What a beautiful planet have we here
A very unusual blue and green glowing sphere
It must be the gateway to heaven's door
Let's go have a look -- what are we waiting for
If the  visitors decide to land on this inviting earthly scene
They'd be met with guns and  bullets before counting  to 13

Poem Details | by John Beharry |
Categories: bird, care, humor, insect, pain, sky,

Unlucky Me

While gazing at the sky
A gnat flew in my eye
Causing me to wince in pain

Using the faucet spout
I tried to flush it out
So I could see clear again

When the gnat was dislodged
It came out very smudged
Like a soggy wet wheat grain

When next I watched the sky
A bird pooped in my eye
So I had to flush again

I must be unlucky
For what happened to me
Because it had me in pain

So when birds are on high
And there are gnats nearby
Caution I have to maintain

Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: bird, humorous, sky,

Shooting the Poop

A seagull’s just messed on my car poop splattered the windscreen so far it obscured my view wet white slimy pooh that seagull needs the abattoir! To remove that horrible slurry I leapt out my car in a hurry and wiped the poop off with an old washcloth - clean windscreen, but seagulls should worry To prevent seagulls having fun I’m fitting a huge machine gun if one poops on my car then I’ll shoot from afar and seagulls will be on the run! Contest Any animal or creature Limerick Sponsor by Charles Messina NO SEAGULLS WERE INJURED IN THE WRITING IN THIS FICTIONAL POEM 8/31/18

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 Kevin Shaw |
Categories: animal, dream, funny, nonsense, silly, sky, stars,



If you happen across a porcupine,
Staring upon the Milky Way,
It’s because he thinks he’s an Alien,
and longs to return home one day.

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: funny, nature,

Quiet Fills Sky

Honking Canadian Geese Disagree about leader Causing two hour flight delay Quiet now fills sky
In honor of Brian Strand Contest: Any Poem/max 12 lines Written by: Sara Kendrick

Poem Details | by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: blue, funny, moon, sky, stars, uplifting, world,


November will be gone real soon.
I wonder if we will have a blue moon.
That would make a funny cartoon.
Can we have stars and a balloon.
Date Written: 11/9/2021

Poem Details | by Anindya Mohan Tagore |
Categories: funny, love,

Paint the Sky

I have ordered stars to paint the sky for my love - just check it out, dear 19.02.16

Poem Details | by Bl Devnath |
Categories: funny, leadership,

Sky Flies With Bird's Wings

a genius village
                                    head master also teaches 
                                     says one plus two's four 

                                      there's a dull student
                            wrote one plus two's three and failed
                                       unfit for that school

                                      wrong's right for many
                                drain brain problem what to do?
                                    sky flies with bird's wings

Poem Details | by Ingrid Showalter Swift |
Categories: fun, funny,

Mince Meat Sky High Pie 2016-6

“This is gonna be good” 
I'm gonna dice it
slice it
half it 
whole it
fork it 
knife it
and spoon feed it…. 
to myself

You may say 
Oh drop it!
Stop it !
chop it 
crop it
lop it
flop it 
or hop it if you must!
Cause I really know how to beat it
break it
take it
fake it
forsake it
and make it
…completely annoying

But ….you can’t say I didn’t 
minced it
rinse it 
create it
debate it
relay it 
and do it …my very own way

(Apologies -actual form is a question??? I think it isn't one. Muse written)

Poem Details | by Faith Carmichael |
Categories: art, beauty, dream, humor, imagery, imagination, life,

Propane Sky

Full moon tempted by the calling of the night 
Shines brighter than glass on fire 
Invisible flames, such a sight 

Cover my eyes, colours me insane 
Bring your honour 
Not your pain 

Too young to look, too blind to see 
You smile with sins 
The lord said to me 

Must I live in good despair? I shot back 
He’s gone 
But Limbos walls begin to crack 

The lightening bugs glow through the sky 
Before the blackness comes 
With a heavy sigh 

Wake me up, not from sleep you once said 
Id scratch your surface
Till my fingers have all bled 

Sing not of virtues of what reflections show 
Daisies live in hot days
But will they last all through the snow?

Poem Details | by Ann Rich |
Categories: adventure, allegory, fantasy, food, funny, happiness, hope, imagination, inspirational, introspection, mystery, nature, people, time, uplifting, visionaryme,

Mansions In the Sky

The Stars lit up the skies and nothing could I see,
Except these huge Mansions that fly in the sky.
Swirling winds picked me up and carried me high.
Making trails in the clouds it was just me.
It was breathtaking just to be,
Afloat the top of mansions that fly.
The Moon was bright and the Sun a bit dry.
They were huge and magnificent to oversea.
 Mansions in the sky that fly above it all.
Mesmerized I went in and found no end.
None were too small.
None occupied, not even by a friend!
Mansions that fly fill a brilliant sky,
All emptied but not by I!
© Copyright: Ann Rich  2006

Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: art, beauty, humor, language, love, math, science,

Red Sky Dawning

We already can notice
dawn unfolds a warm greeting 
of renewing hope,
a liturgical invocation,
not just because that's the way our Earth revolves
around that Other,
too hot and terror-powerful burning Sun,
and not just because we feel this way inside
our polypathic minds,
but because of both
yang-yin bilaterally interdependent
creolizing languaged reasons
of Self with Other
nondual co-arising Earth's double-binding humane-divine acclimation,
natural-spiritual binomial balancing
revolutionary ego/ecologically systemic
EarthMind InspiringNature.