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Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: fun, humorous,

Mr and Mrs Dumpty, Egg-cidental Death


He lay there, shattered,

                    the shell of his former self,

          scrambled beyond hope ...



Not really her fault ...

                    all she wanted was a quiche,

          but she'd pushed too hard.





~ 6th Place ~  in the "Pithy Pants" Poetry Contest, Maureen McGreavy, Judge & Sponsor.



Poem Details | by Noel Flater |
Categories: death, fun, heart, life, spiritual,

When When Then Yoga

When When Then Yoga

When
Your downward dog is barking and
Your cat pose is meowing and
Your tree pose is swaying and
Your cow pose is mooing and
Your cobra pose is striking and
Your sphinx pose is speaking and

When 
Your child pose gets naughty and
Your warrior one gets shot and
Your warrior two goes down and
Your corpse pose stiffens.

Then
Your yoga journey ends.

NoelsArt

Comments: This poem is dedicated to me, the world’s stiffest yoga dude.  Namaste.  FEEDBACK WELCOME




Poem Details | by Peter Lewis Holmes |
Categories: fun, poetry, satire,

Metaphor and Simile We Flog Them So To Death

Oh I am a little metaphor
I love to play a word,
today I am a fortress on 
Tuesday I’m a bird	

On Wednesday I’m a simile
cos I’m like a train, storming
into history,to  play this wordy game

On Thursday’s I push the boat out,
ploughing through the waves, then
Fridays I’m like a scimitar, slicing 
through the raves

And if you catch me weekend,  I 
won’t hold a grudge, just take me
as you find me,  wink, wink,
nudge, nudge, nudge.

Poem Details | by Sunshine Smile |
Categories: cat, fun, nonsense, sympathy,

- Cat Scream -


Oh ... grandfather's violin
It sounds like cat crying
Then why did I inherit you
Me in classical world
Oh ... grandfather's violin






05.08.2015 A-L Andresen :)
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Poem Details | by Zamreen Zarook |
Categories: abuse, addiction, adventure, age, betrayal, body, boyfriend, brother, conflict, confusion, courage, culture, death, forgiveness, fun, high school, how i feel, inspirational, life, loneliness, lonely, loss, lost, murder, mystery, paradise, psychological, racism, rights, stress, teen, teenage, time, voice, wisdom, words, world, write, youth,

Happiness in a Wrong way

Happiness in a Wrong way – Zamreen Zarook

In the notion of seeking happiness,
I thought of stepping in to nonsense,
I dream I could find success,
But I had only little access.

Every attempt that I lend,
It was an utter failure at the end,
My life was full of difficult bend,
But God is always there as a good friend.

My deeds travel in various ways,
Some times in subways,
Or in times it goes in highways,
But I had the belief, God is there always.

North and south families surrounded,
East and west friends are rounded,
Every time fear on death soughed,
I am trapped, and my merits are loaded.

Poem Details | by Leo Larry Amadore |
Categories: anxiety, art, blue, death, depression, fun,

Some Old, Short Ditties

Some Old, Short Ditties
(doggerel)

I.
Our sojourn on Earth
is of diminutive worth.
Our small time is spent
(and no more are we lent!)
long before we're ready.

II.
Drunkening wine of heady
illusion obliterates thought
and causes confusion.

III.
Fleeting is life!
Fruitless existence!
'Ere any purpose
is completed
life is gone --
and we're defeated!
'

Poem Details | by Colin James Platt |
Categories: animal, cat, eulogy, fun, love, mother daughter, mystery,

My Cat

My cat is so lovable she really makes me humble
She loves to play and cuddle and roll around and tumble
She can look into my soul with those oh so seeing eyes
What does she feel as she licks and cleans her daughter?
I can only say its love, what else?
I watch her as she sleeps, I can see that she dreams
I know she is a soul, just like you and me 
Please keep in mind this simple token
That we are all part of God and the chain cannot be broken       

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: adventure, celebrity, character, confusion, culture, death, fun,

Frog 1 And 2 - Haiku

     Frog 1 And 2 – Haiku


          Frog 1

lights, stage, action, shoot
frog sings opera, hat, cane 
Saturday cartoons


          Frog 2

riveting story
jumping to conclusions, sad
frog misses pad, croaks


Poem Details | by David Welch |
Categories: celebration, death, fun, funeral, humorous, light, night,

Viking Funeral

Viking, Viking burning bright,
on a pyre in the night,
though the wind howls and bites,
this funeral is out-of-sight!

Through the cold and falling snow,
on the lake your fire glows,
the ships combusts, and now I know
this here is how I want to go.



*-Obviously patterned off William Blake's famous poem 'The Tyger.'

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra |
Categories: dad, death, memory,

Tampa Bay Fun

underway again
deep sea fishing with my dad
together again

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: adventure, dark, death, freedom, fun, identity, insect,

Insect Part Three

          Insect Part Three

Once there was a forest of the night
Vegetation underbrush so thick
Little creatures walk around in it
Never in a straight line
One bug in particular stood out
Antennae moving north and south
It had something in its mouth
Perhaps another nasty insect trying to escape
Once there was a forest of the night
No light got in no life got out 

Poem Details | by Trevor McLeod |
Categories: absence, confusion, creation, eulogy, fun, funny,

This Poem

This poem has yet to finish.
It's barely past the start.
It hasn't any followers
and isn't yet an art.

The subject is not written:
direction not quite clear.
My reason for it's being
is only what is here.

The length is getting longer
with nothing more to say.
Without a proper ending
it just might run astray.

I'll say my final thoughts
in hopes they'll bring an end.
But really; who'm I kidding,
a sequels 'round the bend.

Poem Details | by Emily the band geek |
Categories: death, death of a friend, depression, emo, goodbye, gothic, suicide,

Silence isn't always fun

The car door slamming shut
I knew what was about to occur
memories flew into my head
scattered like a scrapbook 
I start to tear up
running fast towards the 
hospital room, she was
already gone.
My face tear stained
as the world around me
stops. Silence is all I hear
as I say goodbye.

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: absence, adventure, death, education, fun, silly, wisdom,

Not Doing The Dishes

       Not Doing The Dishes

When you die you become less active
Can't play in traffic any more
Doing chores is so impossible
Forget about dating, bathing, taking out the trash

Fear of disease when deceased has passed
Talking to strangers no longer matters in oblivion
Living is less strenuous when dead
Please close the cover on the casket
I can't do it; that's for sure

If you do death, do it once
There is no fun in repetition
You can't catch fish with a loaded gun
Some one else will have to do the dishes 

Poem Details | by Andrew Holt |
Categories: bereavement, fun,

Old Man of York - Limerick

There once was an old man from York
Who choked on a large chunk of pork
He croaked for his wife
Who ended his life
By digging it out with a fork

Poem Details | by Miss Wattle |
Categories: computer, fun, poetry,

THE WHITE SCREEN OF DEATH

THE WHITE SCREEN OF DEATH 'Tis the white screen of death When Poetry Soup won't load. Is it now my laptop that has crashed Or Poetry Soup on overload? It strikes terror in our poets' hearts Right around the globe. What do we do when we can't share? We pull out our hair, we think we might explode. Where are our friends with whom we link The daily thoughts and prose we pen? They are our life line in this haven, On whose comments we depend. 'Tis a sad and sorry sight To see decline in poets' health When Poetry Soup won't load - 'Tis the end we fear, the white screen of death. © ELR 2013

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: death, depression, fun, humor, sad, silly, suicide,

Suicide Note Is World's Shortest Poem

I
Die.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: fun, funeral, funny, hilarious,

Pretty Dhramned Mean

My relatives came in droves to stare at my dead body.
And it ticked me off.
I flitted and fluttered and tried to signal them with a cough.

The only one who saw me was my little granddaughter Ashley.
Age two.
A baby who lived far away, 
Who when I was alive I barely knew.

I thought it was strange they could come to my house now.
When I could no longer cuddle them or laugh or be seen
Just a dead body.
To stare at 
I truly think this was pretty dhrammned mean.

Poem Details | by David Cardamone |
Categories: eulogy, fun, funeral, funny,

Mercedes Benz

Mercedes Benz

A sinkhole swallowed my friend.
Thankfully, my house was still around the bend.
At least to remember, I need not travel far.
I hope my insurance covers this brand new car.

9/14/18

Poem Details | by Christopher Reilley |
Categories: age, family, fun, funeral, funny, wedding,

You Are Next

YOU ARE NEXT!


Wedding coat finery
covering my wretched dismay.
After pinching cheeks
aunties would always say,

“You are next!”
as if saying made it so.
Countless times it happened
no matter how often I said no.

Until I discovered how to stop it
using this little ironic gem;
now when I see them at family funerals
I started saying it to them!

Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: friend, friendship, fun, funeral,

I saw Mary

Last time I saw Mary
There she was sitting ‘neath a big shady tree

Sunlight was sparkling through the branches that day
Then Mary squinted and she looked up at me

She said Michael won’t you sing me just one more song
Won’t you sing me a song at my grave

Said I to Mary I won’t just sing you one
I’ll probably sing you fourteen

No more tears and Gloryland
Cousin Mary and He


This is kind of a parody but not really. It's very old, but I could only remember the first two lines. The second was applicable nor appropriate so I left it out. The rest is original.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: dance, eulogy, fun, lust, sensual, sexy, woman,

EPITAPH - Booby Prize

Here lies (but I must tell the truth)
A Stag Party Dancer named Ruth
A natural wonder
Who caused priests to blunder
Inside the confessional booth

Poem Details | by RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY |
Categories: fun,

EPITAPH FOR PETER ELSEWHERE

"Hey stop
If ye be a poet
Smile through my teeth"


An inscription on a tombstone in memory of Peter Elsewhere who was a poet.







© r.k.chakrabarty
Written on 5th Nov, 2014

Poem Details | by Trevor McLeod |
Categories: anxiety, bereavement, children, conflict, destiny, fun, senses,

A Sticker On The Sidewalk

I stepped out on the sidewalk.
Each slab a solid stone.
My feet went pitter patting
as I went on alone.

Ahead the path seemed narrow.
The pressure on my legs.
I struggled with my footing.
My eyes greased back like eggs.

The journey now a day-dream.
A moment for my time.
The wind upon my ear-drums.
My mind nowhere to climb.

With runners on the surface,
my instinct not to talk.
A grime upon my soles.
A sticker for the walk.

Poem Details | by Sunshine Smile |
Categories: death of a friend, fun, humor,

- Pinocchio -



                              The adventures of Pinocchio

                             - His Italian growing nose 

                                    Timber stiff ... in repose -

                               ... doctor came from Tokyo

                          World needs more men like Collodi Carlo







          




13.03.2020
Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
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