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Poem Details | by Kieran Pavlick |
Categories: death, me, giggle,

Tag You are It

When I die, will you wail and cry?
Or grin and do the dance of the Beagle?
Will you touch my skin to feel cold setting in,
As my blood is congealing.
Will you raise my lids to view pupils wide
verifying my organs stopped working?
Now on the phone, will you pretend to sad moan,
While holding in a giggle and wriggle?
As I float to my deserving place,
My spirit cannot inform you, my Beloved’s face.
You will follow me as if we’re tethered.
By infection I was claimed, no visuals to say, 
that you shouldn’t have touched me at all.
 


Poem Details | by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO |
Categories: bereavement, betrayal, drink, giggle, heaven, hyperbole, obituary,

Machiavelli

Machiavelli  s'been stewing 
teardrops in the Soup

Stooping to new lows 
for SYMPATHY 
stirring chickens in the coop

Seems some folks will do anything 
for what they think is fame
Swiss cheese stories for glory
Lordy! Whaddah' shame!

Reminds me of two classic movies...
"Freddie Lives" and the other is 
"The Crying Game"...
but this one's very unbelievable, it ain't scary,
and it's much
MUCH more lame!~


Poem Details | by Nicole Alexander |
Categories: children, confusion, dedication, environment, giggle, grief, lonely,

Broken And Torn

 Broken and torn from days long gone
Not from neglect or anything wrong
A family often would sit and communicate
I tried to listen, most times I could relate

I loved that family that crawled on me
Having fun playing games or watch TV
Late into the evening the girls would date
Playing love songs, kissing, feeling great

Rough housing little ones jumped too hard
Finally my legs fell off, from being jarred
They tried to make me work by patching
All those cats hopping on and scratching

Finally, I gave up the ghost and lost the fight
They took me outside and said goodnight
They bought one new; but often would say
I loved the old couch; it was good in it's day

Poem Details | by iolanda Scripca |
Categories: death, nature, sad, sky, giggle,

DEATH of the DEER

Chasing dazzled eyes of dew
Forests tickling greenness at my toes
Pebbles giggle lullabies in blue
Thirst is penetrating soul...

Echoed steps worries the skies
Violins long for their trees
Thunder without lightning shoots 
Wounded sunset bleeds on heart

Chased and dazzled, color-blinded
Grass turns sky and sky is dirty...
No more thirst, a deaf encounter
Hunters of my soul...and I...



Poem Details | by Linda Hays-Gibbs |
Categories: death, depression, eulogy, farewell, feelings, giggle, suicide,

Funny Man

Funny Man!
By Linda Hays-Gibbs
Oh funny man you touch the hardest heart
With messages to crumble and start
A snickering or flickering to spark 
A laugh a full belly rumbler
A genius of illogical and logical matter
Without him the whole world is astronomically sadder
Oh let our grief someday subside 
That we in heaven will find 
A bench upfront to see his latest comedic job ( I pray)
The jester (Robin Williams) at heaven's court for God 

Poem Details | by Rhoda Tripp |
Categories: dark, eulogy, funny, giggle, humor, prison, scary,

Sick, Dark, and Scary Humor

That woman you sext...
Her husband got out early.
Ten years for murder?



Entered in contest for
Brian Strand
2 or 3 line poem.
Written 11/25/17





Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: death, eulogy, funny, giggle, humor, sad,

Munchkin

There once was a munchkin from Oz
In search for a basket of straws.
Til he found a small toad
On a yellow brick road, 
Croaking hey can you spare some gauze.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: bereavement, death, eulogy, funny, giggle, snow, tribute,

RIP John Doe

John Doe was a prince of a guy
Who forgot to zip up his fly
So out in the snow
John started to grow
When a snow-blower passed him by . . .

Poem Details | by Daniel.W. Davies |
Categories: anger, anxiety, art, care, death, fantasy, giggle,

Drifting away

Seeking the dreem once lost. Within heaven's keep. Sand man drifting weeping for his lost slumber. In to this never ending wonder. Ohh where shall this door lead. Shall i seek this or shall i slumber once more. To awaken to find twisted fate. Slumber no more.

Poem Details | by Travis Klein |
Categories: absence, anti bullying, bereavement, change, destiny, funny, giggle,

The Shellfish

The Shellfish

	The Selfish Shellfish 
Had a pearl inside of its own,
	One day he thought to himself,
“Why can’t I have more pearls to myself”,
	So he went on a 
Search for even more pearls,
	“Looks like my
Neighbor is now sleeping”,
	He knocked on 
The Shell, “Anyone There”,
	The other Shell
Awoke is a somber tone,
	“You want my pearl,
Well climb on in and get it”, 
	The Selfish Shellfish
Did and, then the Larger Shell went, Ah—  Glup.

Travis “Ceijaeh” Klein

Poem Details | by Steffan Voss |
Categories: allusion, analogy, day, death, encouraging, eulogy, giggle,

A DAY OF SILENCE

I know it will be quiet when you come:
No wind; the water breathing steadily;
A light like ghost of silver on the sea;
And the surf dreamily fingering his drum.
Twilight will drift in large and leave me numb
With nearness to the last tranquility;
And then the slow and languorous tyranny
Of orange moon, pale night, and cricket hum.

And suddenly there will be twist of tide,
A rustling as of thin silk on the sand,
The tremor of a presence at my side,
The tremble of a hand upon my hand:
And pulses sharp with pain, and fires fanned,
And words that stumble into stars and hide.

Poem Details | by EDORE PAUL OYAKHILOME |
Categories: depression, education, health, hope, life, lost love, love, sad, sympathy, uplifting, pain, strength, giggle,

THE DAZZLING ILLUSION

A CHILDISH GIGGLE,
WOLF CRY ROUSED.
THE TIRED WOMAN ON BED.
THE GIGGLE CAME AGAIN IN  
DIRECTION OF BATHROOM,
WHO KEEPS A ROOM FULL OF TOYS?
DAZZLER, SO THEY CALL LIKE MORNING DEW
THIS SOON MELTS.
DAZZLERS, GLITTERING LIKE GOLD BUT NOT GOLD.
DAZZLER, WHAT DAZZLES
THE INCURABLE PAIN OF UNCERTAIN DAYS.
THE EMPTY PROMISES WITH THE DAZZLING ILLUSION.
THE STRONG WILL TO LIVE,
BY THE GIFT OF LOVE,
IS THE STRENGTH OF ONES? 
YES, THE STRENGTH IS LOVE, 
LET WADE THIS POOL OF PAIN 
TOGETHER IN LOVE IS WHAT DAZZLES.

Poem Details | by Susan Jeavons |
Categories: death, funeral, giggle, humor, obituary,

Uncle Joe

Uncle Joe 

Here lies my old Uncle Joe.
We sure weren’t sad to see him go.
He ripped off everyone he met.
Now his poor wife must pay his debt.

4/20/19

Poem Details | by Speare Earth Poetry |
Categories: adventure, allegory, art, funeral, future, giggle, god,

When A Man Dies

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When a man dies... 
The love that follows him to the grave
Is unfathomable...
This same man drank garri once too often 
While he was alive...
Where those around him blind
To the fact that he was starving?
Please know you don't have friends, 
You just know too many peoples.






GHOPS ****

Poem Details | by Trevor McLeod |
Categories: divorce, funny love, giggle, grief, heartbreak, heartbroken, lost love,

Train Of Love

My heart's out on the train track
and the train is on it's way
When I think the whistle's blowing
and the breeze has lied to me

And I go about my business
knowing love is on the way
When the train must run me over
For the love to fell away

When its only time to tell me
That the train was running late
As it's only scheduled to me
when my moves were not that great

And my love could only fail
for my life to end this way
As it's only make-believe
that my love has come today

In a train that keeps on chugging
for an engine in dismay
Where I loved her for another
down the track past where I lay

Poem Details | by Geoffrey Brewer |
Categories: giggle,

Epitaph for Alphonse

EPITAPH for ALPHONSE

Neath this stone lies Alphonse Dubois
Funambulist of Avoirdupois
Might have lived a bit longer 
Had the rope been stronger

19 April 2019

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: death, drink, giggle, tribute,

Bar-room Gloom -- lol

They all raised their glasses with somber hearts
At virtual bars continents apart --
  To their 'dearest old friend'
  His mug had met its end -- 
The target of the sharp points of their darts

Poem Details | by Suzanne Need |
Categories: drink, giggle, grief,

Gone

Do not stand for me and weep,your love and memories are all we keep,just remember to visit from time to time,remember our girls nights..remember the wine! ??