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Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: humor,

The last Straw for Gershon Wolf

Dedicated to a fine poet on soup Gershon Wolf.





In an old cowboy town in Wichita Staying alive meant being quick on the draw The Straws and Jones shoot out Was bloody without doubt All killed except one he was' The Last Straw'.
Written 18th July 2019.


Poem Details | by Judy Ball |
Categories: angst, funny,

WOLF MAN

Woke up with a funny taste in my mouth;
Drank all my mouthwash, think I ate a mouse.

Burned out my razor just shaving my face.
It seems that I'm shedding all over the place.

I'm allergic to silver, the Wolfsbane's in bloom,
And I hate it whenever we have a full moon.

Can't keep a girlfriend, they don't understand,
No walks in the moonlight while I hold their hand.

My dog doesn't like me, the cat ran away,
And others bemoan one single bad day.





For Wolf Man The Beginning Contest by SillyBilly the Kidster

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: animal, dog, food, fun, funny, nature,

The Wolf

One day, a wolf sat, By a babbling brook, Awaiting a tasty snack. He spotted a beaver, His teeth, they cleaved her Then by hungry bear, he was attacked; Now he’s in Heaven without his pack.

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: humor,

MEANWHILE - My answer to White Wolf

meanwhile another apple falls ~ not far from the tree 7/4/2017 My humor to collaborate with White Wolf's Sir Isaac Newton haiku ;)


Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: animal, fun, funny, humor, humorous, nature,

The Wolf

One day a wolf sat, Awaiting a tasty cat. Then he spotted a beaver; His teeth, they cleaved her; He’s in heaven now…bear attacked!

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: animal, courage, giggle, sports,

No Bull -- A Poetry Collaboratry -- Belle Bellevue and Gershon Wolf

A fool matador by name of El Cid
Could not control either ego or id
  Turned his back on the bull
  Felt a rude tug, hard pull
Two horns split his tights down the seams, they did

One should never turn his back on a bull
Unless, of course, one's extremely skillful
  Bulls are fierce and large
  For certain they'll charge
Just to get a yummy good bellyful



        ~  B.B. and G.W. ~

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: betrayal, humor, identity, mental illness, nonsense,

A WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING



                      A Treachery Fantasy           



             Call me, Red Riding Hood, if you will.
             Planning to be a very naughty poetess 
             with my quill!

             Indeed, coming back to Poetry Soup 
             under another name.
             To deceive, and manipulate all,that is
             my ultimate, end game!


                        January 3, 2020
                           6:00am PST




Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: black love, culture, education, health, humor, peace, psychological,

Jerry had a Big Bad Wolf

Jerry had a big bad wolf
Who followed him to Sunday school,
Heaven school,
BrightLight toxic school,

Jerry had a big bad wolf
whose hair was black as coal,
black as death,
black as stole
his power soul,

Jerry had a big bad wolf
which was against the rule,
golden
non-violet
not black and blue
in nonSunday secular school
born against God's imaged
sacred tool,

Black through white
transparent in green goddess light
non-violet she-wolf black and bright
gratitude for godly thrival days
and wild goddess
wolf-bred
sacred nights,

Passions unscared
unscarred
without cosmic frights
restoring green peace
and non-violent just delights.