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Poem Details | by HGarvey Daniel Esquire |
Categories: humor, spoken word,

Broken Spell Check

A musician splits a chord of would
Super Hero where's a bright read hood

The baker gently needs his doe
A gardener has her cede to sew

Something old, something gnu 
something borrowed, something blew

Poem Details | by Phillip Arnold |
Categories: animal, bird, flying, humanity, humorous, i am, spoken word,


Birdpeople, they fly. birdpeople they glide. you wont see them. they live in the trees, watching you breath and breed. Those nasty human beings. doesn't this world belong to everything?

dictated by Jason Scogin. 

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: child, fantasy, fun, humor, joy, spoken word, youth,


what ever is going on
in that joyful
little brain of yours

only six years old
and you’re brimming
with imagination
a vivacious fantasy world
in those big bright eyes
and words spewing out
like an overzealous fountain

a bottomless sense
of giddy humor
a full-blown half-pint comedian

AP: Honorable Mention 2020

Submitted on November 11, 2018, for STANDARD CONTEST NO.135 sponsored by BRIAN STRAND

Originally posted on November 7, 2018

Poem Details | by Jimmi Canada |
Categories: graduation, growing up, heart, history, humor, marriage, mentor, mirror, muse, myth, spiritual, spoken word, thank you,


A bulging extremity,

a feminist integrity,

a swaggering centipede,

the cops arresting me,

my dick the right size,

the bang coming out of your eye's,

the sensitivity upon demise,

the dew and dripping from the sky's,

the eagerness of eloping,

the magnitude of doping,

the honesty of groping,

scattering scorpions glowing and scoping.

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: cheer up, fun, humorous, inspiration, nonsense, slam, spoken word,

Scat Skene

Raised above the cello ding ding ding                                                                                                 Reaching out to say hello song song song                                                                                           Stepping in the ring gong gong gong                                                                                                  Well that’s just all wrong ping ping ping                                                                                      Pauper’s know not his king pong pong pong                                                                                         The cloth was not cut swing swing swing

Poem Details | by Dan Kearley |
Categories: confusion, funny, nonsense, spoken word,


Their are certain words being said, that many people neglect to hear. They are often repeated many times everyday, to me this seems kind of weird. One of the words that concerns me, is in fact that very word. A word I've been hearing for so many days, this peculiar word concerned. On television, radio, and in conversations everywhere I go it is said. This peculiar word so often repeated, it's always popping into my head? Now that I've passed it on to you, when you hear it, you might become concerned? Or you could just laugh and think of me, the listener to the worlds concern.
Danny Kearley 7-22-14

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: animal, bird, kids, humorous, language, spoken word,


All Porto geese 
speak Portuguese.

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: body, humorous, language, spoken word, words,

Your lips

Close-clenched lips 
stop tongues' slips.

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: america, confusion, funny, history, language, spoken word, woman,

The Boston Tea Party - 1773

An ancestor known as, "Miss Lottie"
Was a New York socialite "hottie"
To her lasting disgrace
She slapped Paul Revere's face
When he invited her to the p-ah-ty

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: food, fruit, humorous, people, spoken word, violence, words,

A peach and a speech

The bigger/the richer/the faster the peach, 
the better the chance to catch up someone's speech.

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: adventure, funny, home, humorous, seasons, spoken word, winter,

A good winter's cleaning

What are Cabinites                                                                                                          all things you find when cleaning                                                                                      cabinet dwellers

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: funny, humor, perspective, satire, silly, spoken word, words,

Can I Say BLEEP on tv

Can I say BLEEP on your show?
"No, that's not allowed."
Why not? It's not a bad word.
I'd think I could say it numerous times,
"Stop that, it'll just be bleeped."

Well then, can I say smegma
Or at least shorten it to smeg?
"I don't know what that is."
It's is a lot worse than BLEEP
I'll tell you that.
"Isn't it just a made-up swear word
Used by Lister on Red Dwarf?"
As point of fact it's not
I wonder how they got away with it
For so long
When I can't even say BLEEP.

"Then what is smegma precisely?"
Roughly the male equivalent 
Of female sootikins.
Can I say sootikins on tv?
"Sounds harmless enough."

Poem Details | by Phatt Matt |
Categories: adventure, deep, funny, hope, imagination, spoken word, write,

The Realm


Human nature is the cause
we can never ascend
but I want to go to the realm
a place much more
scary than I would like to pretend
a place where angels
and demons are in conflict
to me it would be
a weird tourist attraction
I won’t be taking photos
I would want to be
part of the action
of course the battle
would only be for the divine
that is why
I fight them in my mind
what if one day
it would materialize
a feat to be realized

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: for him, humorous, hurt, spoken word,


He’s adept at not mincing his words Venom flows like enormous great turds On his throne he will sit Vitriol he will spit Packs a punch in the heart of us birds Some may know a man just like this Words like fists - he slams us a kiss He is cruel; he is curt Using speech that could hurt His sharp words you cannot dismiss Can’t control what flows out from his mush To the point - he won’t beat round the bush There’s no compromise No little white lies Tells you straight that you’ve got a huge tush! N/A in contest judged on 6/27/16 Submitted to I go Zero,Nothing, Nada 1 sponsored by Broken Wings 06~24~16

Poem Details | by Abdulhafeez Oyewole |
Categories: allegory, anti bullying, change, deep, humorous, rights, spoken word,

Sans Servile

In sang-froid, sass cords:
Sangoma dashes siren,
Thunder crashes trunk;
Sarky banters with lippy.
Spim for Santa maidenhead.

Poem Details | by Reynaldo Mast |
Categories: care, clothes, fear, funny, health, humor, spoken word,

My Own Foot Quote

Washing your feet do not smell
You will be alive to tell
With soap smell of rose
Keeps your feet compose
Wear shoes that fit well

Poem Details | by Christopher Goss |
Categories: fun, humorous, repetition, spoken word,

Writer Not A Fighter

While the drunks on the street
Are cryin' fight, fight, fight
I'm in the house
Singin' write, write, write!

I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer, not a fighter! 

And while the drunks on the street
Are cryin' gore, gore, gore
I'm in the house
Writin' more, more, more!

I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer, not a fighter! 

And while the drunks on the street
Are throwin' up, up, up
I'm in the house
Goin' hyuck, hyuck, hyuck!

I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer not a fighter
I'm a writer, not a fighter!

Poem Details | by Funom Makama |
Categories: abuse, adventure, character, fire, hilarious, mental illness, spoken word,

Insanitys Map

Demanding fast from a stomach so broke
testing half blindness on one eye to poke
full of wrong menu
in a bad venue
such a mind thinks only of the next joke.

Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: celebration, funny, spoken word,


With her “bounce back” win in mind
Without really thinking she said,
“I'm the best from behind.......”
And that sure made her face red!

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: baby, humorous, parents, sad, society, spoken word, technology,


As parents we just love to hear our baby say their first word But in this technological age I’ve just read something absurd I love to hear babies babbling But will this news story vex ‘ya’ The baby didn’t say mama or dada Its very first word was ALEXA! Are the parents just seeking notoriety ... Or is this a poor reflection on today’s society Poem inspired by this news story 6/5/18

Poem Details | by Volodymyr Knyr |
Categories: humor, humorous, men, people, spoken word, wisdom,

On twitting

Not all those who twit
set up for a wit.

Volodymyr Knyr

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: conflict, humorous, spoken word,


Old Pattie just cannot stop talking Voice grates like a mallard duck squawking Can't you just be quiet ? For once you should try it Her hen pecked husband left walking! Written after we went out tonight - this woman would not shut up and in the end her hubby just walked out of the room 6/10/18

Poem Details | by Troy Toney |
Categories: betrayal, confusion, corruption, games, hilarious, silly, spoken word,

The Ticket Man

Step right up dear folks
Please listen if you can 
For tonight I tell a tale
First buy from the ticket man

Go ahead and sit dear folks 
Set your chairs right on the land 
Now that you have your voucher 
You bought from the ticket man

So please listen up dear folks
A tale of wonders Is the plan
You'll be in awe you'll be amazed
Glad you saw the ticket man

You've been entertained dear folks 
Distracted though it was a scam
Your pockets have been picked b
Oh yes by the ticket man

Sorry to say it dear folks
To fool you ashamed I am
But my job is done it's time to run
And catch up to the ticket man

Written 12-21-18

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, spoken word,


Sue suffers from constant lorgorrhea This condition has no panacea – Like a parrot who’s squawking She just cannot stop talking It’s well-known as verbal diarrhoea 7/13/18

Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: confusion, humorous, people, spoken word,


Honey please try to understand
You need to use more than one hand

I'm going to try to push it in
Careful, it's not meant to bend

I know it hurt, no need to shout
I am going to pull it back out

I am already going slower
Maybe we should try a little lower

I think we may just have to quit
We'll never get this couch to fit!