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Poem Details | by Richard Lamoureux |
Categories: farewell, humor, symbolism,

Subtraction Man

He used to be three dimensional
and then he became two
I know it seems far fetched 
But I’m telling you it’s true

In two dimensions
he could still depict three
If people didn’t look to closely
They’d believe what they’d see

His paper thin personality 
once colourful and cool
Gradually became faded
no longer able to fool

Winds of change kept blowing
Two dimensions turned into one
Without any depth there
one was destined to be none

Not a soul remembers him
He simply faded away
A whisper from yesterday
Who had nothing real to say

Poem Details | by Pat Adams |
Categories: humorous, identity, imagery, mystery, nature, symbolism, tree,

Love Nuts

When coco de mer trees were found
Their nuts had most people enthralled
They all thought they looked erotic
So "Love Nuts" is what they were called

Still unknown how they reproduce
Explained in some of the wild tales
On stormy nights, the female trees
Are approached by uprooted males!

Viewing this mating process though
Would cause you to die or go blind
Seek not shelter under male trees
They might come at you from behind!

Poem Details | by Mike Gentile |
Categories: fun, humor, humorous, metaphor, symbolism,

Turn Left On Shaker Street

For some, It’s Margaritaville
                       My town is called Martini
It’s not so very hard to find
in fact, it’s too damn easy

Just hang a left on Shaker Street,
the one right after Gin
Then find Vermouth, go ‘round the block
and do it all again

It’s quite a lovely place to live
                   and some may never leave
For me, I visit way too much
with Olive on my sleeve

A happy sort of confidence
so often will prevail
            until your head begins to pound
like hammer to a nail

So take a tip from me to you
                      and come but for a while
Martini Town is guaranteed
                              to generate a smile

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 A.O. Taner |
Categories: beautiful, cute love, dedication, desire, destiny, devotion, emotions, encouraging, funny love, girlfriend, grief, heart, heartbreak, heartbroken, how i feel, i love you, i miss you, innocence, kiss, love, love hurts, math, meaningful, miss you, missing, missing you, nice, passion, recovery from, romance, romantic, sad love, senses, sensual, symbolism, together, true love, voyage, wisdom, woman, word play,

4 Love

Love is a four letter word
she whispered into his ear,

So is four, as is word
he whispered back into her fear,

Such is "you and I"
cried his heart - she could hear,

Their cheeks hugged, eyes kissed
each shedding a single tear.

Poem Details | by Vella Taliare |
Categories: america, funny, metaphor, political, presidents day, symbolism, usa,

Rotten Orange

There’s this
Rotten orange smell
I can’t see the orange, mind you
But it’s somewhere behind
The television screen
I know because
We smell it
We know it is there
I cannot breathe without
Remembering that rotten orange
That hidden somewhere
Moldy fruit
And honestly we were fine before it
We argued over other things and we didn’t
About fruit
Now I can’t watch tv
Without screwing up my nose
Or gagging at the smell
Without complaint after complaint
Because there’s nothing I can do
And no one knows how he got there
Too far out of reach
And it smells

Poem Details | by Gary Bateman |
Categories: allegory, fun, hilarious, humorous, hyperbole, symbolism, vanity,

Trickster Extraordinaire

Trickster Extraordinaire 
Eulen und Meerkatzen
Till Eulenspiegel
Medieval Clown
Fooled them all.

Mirrored people’s vanity
Judge of humanity
Wasn’t hard at all.

Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved,
June 8, 2016 (Double Dactyl)

Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: art, career, change, future, humor, humorous, identity, image, international, me, mystery, poetess, rain, symbolism, words, writing,

Shanity Rain

So many amazing Artist ~
             one would never complain

            Just to be amongst all Soup 
             my name will never be plain

            I love all indiscriminately 
            My friends you'll  remain 

            Not to confuse or cause pain
            for the reason lies not in Vain

             From now on just call me 
                Shanity Rain ~

           However my Children remind me , I'm Insane ~
        '   Shanity Rain  my new Pen name  '

Poem Details | by Jaquay Atkins |
Categories: addiction, anniversary, anxiety, art, baby, beautiful, beauty, blessing, boyfriend, class, confidence, conflict, desire, destiny, devotion, education, environment, faith, fantasy, fate, feelings, for her, fun, funny love, future, giggle, girlfriend, happiness, heart, heaven, life, light, loneliness, lonely, lost, lust, magic, strength, stress, sweet love, symbolism,

I Love You

Often, I have uttered these words to myself
Your feminity has entranced my manhood
My vision is focused on your subject matter 
A quick study of a woman's psychology 
I feel you with my mind, and touch you with my eyes
Senses are heightened in your very presence 
Soon, I will utter the ultimate words of encouragement 
Constant admiration for your hidden strengths 
Instant chemistry between us has changed our biology 
Soon, I will hold you tight and recite the following;
Baby, I love you

Poem Details | by Raj Napal |
Categories: food, fruit, health, humorous, silly, symbolism, tribute,


Round with a crispy white core. 
Crunch it, taste its juicy play. 
Teeth strong and healthy, its lore. 
Apples will keep docs away. 

Play with it, throw ball, catch it. 
Use as a target to train. 
It is hard, good throw and hit. 
Swollen eye, it can give pain. 

Apple cider is best sweet. 
Cider better when it’s brewed. 
Cider moment, sways falls prat. 
Spirit juices got to his head. 

Apple crumble, sweet delight. 
Custard adorns, rich flavor. 
Moms use it to make nice treats. 
Kids gobble It in wonder. 

Apples good like wine and grape. 
Tasty like strawberry. 
Can cause pain like banana. 
It was a forbidden fruit!

Poem Details | by Elizabeth Smith |
Categories: analogy, day, funny, philosophy, symbolism, time,

Time To Reinvent Time


Yesterday is the day from which you came
Tomorrow is  the destination you will never gain 
Seeking tomorrow thinking it is near
But at 12:01 AM is tomorrow really here
Time shows you just came from yesterday 
And stepped into times grasp of what is now today 
Once again you find tomorrow is not here
Just wait 24 hours - time whispers in your ear 
And then tomorrow will appear 
Time of course is playing its eternal joke
For again at time appointed - tomorrow is up in smoke
Time it should be known is an unawakened dream
With no more substance than ripples in a stream
Never ask time about future intentions
Future is another of time's jokester inventions

Poem Details | by Kira Price |
Categories: animal, funny, imagery, silly, simple, social, symbolism,

Home Sweat Home

A triangle top
A square foundation
A picketed white fence guarded 
two spotted dalmatians sitting on the
shaggiest rug that reads
"Home Sweat Home"

Poem Details | by Ryan Lavelle |
Categories: education, funny, humorous, money, symbolism,

Economic Haiku

Why do bubbles pop
As raindrops fall on my head?
An econo-mist

Poem Details | by G. Jay |
Categories: drink, funny, hope, symbolism,

Juvenile Spelling Bee

"Playing the other day, I behold this man
Sky was cloudy and grey, he could use a fan
Held a locket. I think he wanted to sell
To fill his wallet and pocket to excel
Listened to a small voice, this looks like a crime
I made a choice, found a coin and flip a dime
Putting faith and trust it landed on its head
These peeps will do good, nothing happened." I said
“Gee, what transpired next?” said Rupee
“See, was during a spelling bee
Teacher, Miss Miller called on me
Asked me speller the word reptile
Being a little juvenile
Said with the happiest smile
I gave the words in a fast spree
Saying, ‘assume’
She frowned, and my A is a D
And that is my hyperbole”

Updated 5/14/2019

Poem Details | by John Blake |
Categories: friendship, humorous, imagery, integrity, love, meaningful, metaphor, relationship, symbolism,

Love Is a Shining Coin

love is a shining coin.
only one,
of high or low 

see its two sides:
what is said
what is done.

spin it now and call
and we’ll find out
which side 
it’s landed on.

Poem Details | by Memphis Stacks |
Categories: adventure, allusion, art, betrayal, confidence, conflict, cool, corruption, crazy, culture, deep, extended metaphor, fantasy, fear, feelings, goodbye, humanity, humor, humorous, identity, life, literature, meaningful, metaphor, people, perspective, philosophy, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, psychological, relationship, symbolism, trust, voyage, wisdom, words, write, writing,

The Toledo Panic Button

A Con-man's way out
Only in cases of emergency
Like the fire axe behind the glass
Only this is more deadly
Way more sketchy
Die with the lie
A mark gets wise
Gets hip to the jive
Catches on
Smells the cheese getting stinky
Eyes shift as reality comes to light
Make a decision!
 is about to get hinky!
Confidence is gone and it's time to fly
Make like some titties and bounce
Only one way out!
The Toledo Panic Button!

Poem Details | by Sarita Milliner |
Categories: analogy, humorous, identity, imagery, inspirational, symbolism, visionary,

Significance of Forty

Significance of Forty

Forty, a number that equates to 14,600 days,
Life begins at forty, as some folks say!
Forty winks of sleep, is that really enough,
To keep your head from feeling quite rough!
Forty, has letters sequentially placed in alphabetical order. 

Written: 1/22/16 ©

Submitted for contest: "Forty"

Sponsored by: Silent One

Poem Details | by William Woods |
Categories: car, conflict, drink, funny, society, symbolism, wine,

Rednecks and Roundabouts

Rednecks and roundabouts, they don't mix.
Don't try and fool us with your media tricks.
We drive around the back roads throwing bottles at signs.
Your roundabouts make us slow down or the ladies spill their wine

Poem Details | by Arthur Vaso |
Categories: analogy, funny, integrity, mental illness, symbolism,

Taylor Swift She Is Not

Rants do not make great songs
Rosanne Barr I am sorry to say
not so great in a thong
when you sell no tickets
you have no show

Unless you on the side streets of cali
among peepers and creepers
then ticket sales of two are no crime
if you over and above nineteen
invite the crowds to see the obscene

When the show is over and done
make sure the phones delete
the evidence of sins and desperate crumbs
if you have no voice
there is no musical lyric to rejoice

Poem Details | by Bl Devnath |
Categories: conflict, funny, symbolism,

Stubbornness Causes Lunacy

lunatic's lunacy's not stubborn, stubbornness causes lunacy

Poem Details | by John Pen |
Categories: appreciation, cheer up, encouraging, hope, how i feel, humor, humorous, symbolism,

To Fellow Writers

When people flash past your page without reading
Remember, pigs would never recognize diamonds

Poem Details | by Lynn Elaine Fuller |
Categories: giggle, poetry, symbolism,


Although a period has no real jurisdiction,
It has substantial reason and purpose.

Bringing to mind its’ weight in space,
as well as, on paper.

What this solitary mark does,
Enables a pause.

Indicating ultimate culmination, this mark competes, only with 
the colon, leaving nothing more to say, 

Unless it is to filch some jurisdiction from its’ fellow marks;
none of which, can lawfully tell.

This period reeks of authority!

   Lynn Fuller

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: allegory, culture, fashion, humor, silly, symbolism, word play,

Black Tie

A "Black Tie" affair
Comes with a warning
It begins debonair
But ends in the mourning

Poem Details | by Dr. Robert Ippaso |
Categories: allegory, humor, parody, political, satire, success, symbolism,

St George and the Dragon - In Boris' Own Words On Winning the Uk Election

I wielded my sword
And slayed the foul dragon,
Then crammed the vile beast
Right back in his flagon.

Pickled and sodden
There will he lie
Few to remember
Fewer to cry.

Obnoxious his deeds,
Destructive his breath,
His venom pervasive,
So glad for his death.

Now we can harness
Our thoughts and our prayers,
Be kind and productive
Not just dragon slayers.

This noble island
This hallowed soil,
So very much more 
Than one man’s spoil.

Let the healing commence,
Work as one to achieve,
A country in which
We all so believe.

A land of invention,
Of Shakespeare and Keats,
Of boundless endeavor,
Whose heart strongly beats.

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: adventure, emotions, funny, happiness, imagination, poverty, pride, symbolism,

Rectangular In Shape

Rectangular in shape as a deep shoebox,
where leather boots lied on long shelves.
I fell in love with their tempting softness;
I am wearing them and friends love them,
ladies adore them and shamelessly wink! 
I consider myself as lucky as a rich man;
my boots will wear out, nobody will smile:
when they'll see a sad, worthless beggar!