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Poem Details | by Richard Lamoureux |
Categories: beauty, fun, giggle, inspiration, love, stars,


I want to eat Pizza
While wishing on a star
To taste the taste of happy
By being where you are

We’ll choose to be silly 
Not afraid of mistakes
Skinny dip at midnight
and skip pebbles on lakes

Why not dance together 
While howling at the moon
Or become little children
and watch a cartoon

A world infused with laughter 
can change how we think
From this fountain of youth
We’ll both gladly drink

For nothing could be better
Than sharing it with you
Because getting into mischief 
Is a blast if there are two!

Poem Details | by Dale Gregory Cozart |
Categories: humor, planet, stars,

The Moon In Astrology

Just what can astrology gain us?
The confusion surely must pain us.
Just how are you behooved--
Not to mention improved--
By knowing the moon's in Ur-anus?

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: funny, space, stars, wind,

To Eire Is Who, Man

All the fighting Irish see stars
Over pints of Guinness in bars
But Jan has a plan
To transport each man
Its called, "Cork, Uranus to Mars"

Poem Details | by Blake Holland |
Categories: addiction, allusion, angel, anger, art, celebration, confusion, crazy, depression, desire, earth, emotions, fantasy, fear, feelings, freedom, god, grief, health, humanity, humorous, image, imagination, life, loneliness, love, magic, music, nonsense, peace, planet, political, poverty, power, pride, psychological, sound, space, spiritual, stars, stress, suicide, sympathy, teen, usa, wisdom, world,

An Aquarian Exposition

Take the pill
on the hill
and don't be shrill
when you see the rainbow
when you are low.
Just go with the flow
and eat the purple snow.
Chase the rabbits 
through the green field
but use my shield 
to end all of your habits.

Poem Details | by David Fisher |
Categories: funny, patriotic, sports,

Apollo's Stars

Apollo's Stars

Apollo Creed’s the flag waving type
Sporting old glory for his Rocky fight
And when he got knocked
Right on his clock
He not only saw stars but saw stripes

Advice Per Simmons

There once was a man named Simmons
Who loved to advise men and women
And his strongest suit
Was choosing fresh fruit
But don’t buy persimmons, per Simmons

Much Needed Invention

I don’t mean to give apprehensions
To this much needed invention
But when it turns brrr
If I can’t wear fur
Give me full body hair extensions

Poem Details | by Steven Mossburg |
Categories: funny

Among the Stars

There was a small creature from Mars
Who was fascinated with all of our cars
He took one for a spin
And got bopped on the chin
Now he just flies among the stars

Poem Details | by The Grahamburglar |
Categories: funny, humor, nonsense, space, stars, word play,

Galactic By the Gallon

Galactic cowboys mount mysterious steeds and chase spacey cows at unfathomable speeds! Lactating in circles they moo as they spray an interstellar round-up, a real milky way. It sparkles and glimmers, that distant lactation as it drenches the galaxy and all of creation. At heaven we marvel, in some ungodly hour, at distant milk curdles, already gone sour.
8/21/16 For Contest: Word Play: Galactic Hosted by: Ir0nic Zink

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: basketball, humorous, stars,

Sports Shorts -- Layups

Patrick Ewing
  What you chewing?

Larry Bird
  Hall-of-Fame assured

Scottie Pippen
  Lid's still flippin'

Tim Duncan
  Legacy hasn't sunk in

Bill Bradley
  Didn't play badly

Walt Frazier
  Sharp as a razor

Moses Malone
  The backboard you owned

George (The Iceman Cometh) Gervin
  a-wigglin' and swervin'

Reggie Miller
  4th-quarter killer

Manute Bol
  Bless his soul

Poem Details | by Pat Adams |
Categories: humorous, word play,

Gazing At Stars

At night gazing at stars he's inclined
A hobby he had to leave behind
It's kind of lame
And not the same
Now that they always shut their blinds!

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 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 Jacquelyn Sturge |
Categories: fantasy, funny, mystery, people, love, me, people, stars,

Star Gazing

I love to watch the stars at night
I love when they come out to play
I love to see the moonbeam bright
And love when darkness turns to day.

I love when they come out to play
Like little people in the sky
And love when darkness turns to day
I see the twinkle in their eye.

Like little people in the sky
Playing with friends, dancing around
I see the twinkle in their eye
And on their face never a frown.

Playing with friends, dancing around
Forever happy this is true
And on their face, never a frown
It's only smiles for me and you.

Forever happy, this is true
I love to see the moonbeam bright
It''s only smiles for me and you
I love to watch the stars at night.

Poem Details | by Michael E. Harris |
Categories: childhood, children, humorous, life, mentor, stars, universe,

Stargazer and the Observer











                                                                                      autumn 2014

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humorous, song,

Stars In Her Eyes

There once was a songbird named Mavis Hood,

   Who yearned to be a star in Hollywood.

      'Twas a forgone conclusion,

         That this was an illusion.

            I wished I could sing, now I wish she could!

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired

Poem Details | by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu |
Categories: humor, satire, sports,

Athletic Stars

hot ghost chasers
around track fields
rewarded for catching none

Poem Details | by Phyllis Babcock |
Categories: funny, imagination, science fiction,

Among the Stars

Up near Jupiter and Mars,

Far among the cluster of stars.

We take a ride on Saturn's rings,.

And around the moon we swing

On Haley's comets trail,.

Thru the Milky way we sail.

Galaxy after galaxy we pass by,
Up here beyond the sky.

Pluto, Neptune and Venus too,

And some planets all to new.

Come take a wonderous ride with me,

And see how wonderful astronomy can be.

Poem Details | by Viv Wigley |
Categories: humor, stars,

Good Fortune

My fridge freezer's just had a wee on the floor
(the third time this month it's done that)
the toaster is showing it's nastier side
with a mortar attack on the cat.
Odd socks disappear through a wormhole in space
that's inside my washing machine,
a pigeon has kindly downloaded his lunch
on the window that I have just cleaned.
Mystic Meg has predicted my day will be lovely,
she saw it in her crystal ball,
well maybe it's time that I paid her a visit
and threw the damn thing at the wall.

Poem Details | by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser |
Categories: funny love, happiness, imagery, inspiration, life, love, sweet,

Under the Heaven Stars

Rays of yellow and orange sunlight
           Your eyes beaming with delight
     Strolling hand by hand along the garden
   Where flowers blooms and sweetness blend

         Tucking an orchid behind my ear
         Drawing me so close and so dear
         I smell your musky natural scent
         Twirling and filling me with sense

       Quietly, we sat and had a small talk
           Unminding even, as night falls
             On the grass, we lie down
    Staring up and pointing to heaven stars 

    Under the shadowy gleam of the moon
     There and there, we shared one kiss
    Next to you in a warmth loving cocoon

5:23 pm

Poem Details | by Arthur Vaso |
Categories: art, french, fun, funny, hilarious, humorous,

The Stars

The ***** burns bright **** set afire
A *** the universe is **** and ***** holes
****** from beyond
In the ***** of the abscess
we *** all within **** minds
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***** **** in the ********* **** *****
Then Twilight becomes **** and ***** *** ********
**** explodes in ****** **** then *** ****** winds

Poem Details | by Lochan Chugh |
Categories: for teens, funny, humor, inspirational, life, sad, stars,

Sadly, Shutter Speed

When I was new in photography,
I was hoping an adventure;
But by the end of the day
Just a lecture.

Then they picked up camera,
Aimed at a deer.
It captured even food stuck in its teeth.
They smiled and said,
“What slowed down the dear,
Is shutter speed.”

At home, In front of TV,
I was just lying.
It cried, “Tonight,
Meteors will be falling.”

At night, It struck,
I picked camera
And then woke up.

Waited whole night
And got a line,
Captured in camera.
Next day, at nine,
I presented picture.
They looked with no heed,
They smiled and said,
“All black, sadly, Shutter speed.”

Poem Details | by Alkas Poetry |
Categories: allegory, allusion, humorous, metaphor, truth,

Hyper Stars of Football

Pelé killed the game and ate the ball
     Garrincha held the ball and did bawl
     coming, going what the hell
     Zico played ball through  smell
     Bileira my cousin  made rivals crawl

Poem Details | by Alyssa Burgin |
Categories: december, humor, sky, stars, weather, winter,

Don'T Forget

Midnight skies
and wondering clouds,
makes it hard to see the stars.

But don't forget
they're always there,
even when the night seems harsh.

The coldness 
slowly creeping in,
makes you want to sleep.

But don't forget
there isn't snow,
without the lack of heat!

Poem Details | by Jan Oskar Hansen |
Categories: fantasy, funny, hope, stars, planet,


The Galaxy 

On the terrace in the sun I closed my eyes
and saw coloured light dancing under my
eyelids like a galaxy that only existed inside
of me… or is the real galaxy an illusion. 
Scientists watch stars in their great telescope 
but only see what is in their heads… 
And we agree because we too only see what
is in our own mind. Ruby stars and pink moons
and the dream of immortality that our souls 
fly to a mysterious planet like our own where
death has been vanquished.

Poem Details | by Harshath Vidheya |
Categories: funny, humor, imagination, nature, stars, sun, world,


There’s a Bug in the Sky
That Bites the Moon.
There’s a Painter in Sun
Who paints Green Leaves Brown.
Earth is a Zoo full of Humans
Created by Distant Aliens.

Air has an Invisible Pocket
That holds all the Elements.
Who Polishes the Stars?
Who Blows the Wind?
There’s a Poet in Everybody
Who Sleeps all the Time.

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: destiny, growing up, humor, humorous, science fiction, stars, surreal,


lola smalanna was fine

until she turned about nine

when momma brought home

an eclectic tome

and the stars did misalign.