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Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: animal, death, funny, humor, satire, silly, spiritual,

Two Wolves

Each of us have two wolves living inside us
One wants to eat burritos
and watch horror movies.

The other wants to walk about 
in its underpants all day 
snacking on cheetos between long naps. 

The wolf that thrives is the one 
who gets diabetes or dies of a heart attack.

Poem Details | by Arlene Smith |
Categories: animal, silly,

The Life and Death of a Frog

He croaked.

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: absence, change, death, image, mystery, silly, wisdom,

Death - The Final Pleasure

     Death - The Final Pleasure

I’ve never liked mysteries
Including death
When I die it will be all over
No more suspense for me
No!  This is not a suicide note 
Or poem with an unhappy ending
Nothing so dramatic or mundane as that
When death comes it will be the final pleasure
No more no less
You can guess the rest

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: adventure, death, history, insect, murder, silly, wisdom,

Insect Part Two

            Insect Part Two

The truth is, my first insect was murdered
Right by these very steps
The death came at the hands
Or should I say, feet, of a postal worker
I called it Insect Sam
It was old and missing a limb
Three legs…maybe more…
I don’t remember
It was very long ago
And poor Sam surprised me
Insects of his species don’t move slow
But to his credit, he was a simple ant
He had nowhere to go
My next bug will wear a collar and stay inside
Away from further postal compromise

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

Suicide Note Is World's Shortest Poem


Poem Details | by Kevin Shaw |
Categories: death, funeral, silly,

Bury Me

Bury Me

Bury me by the Ocean
Bury me out at Sea
Bury me in a beauty spot
Where the sun always shines on me
Bury me deep in Bluebell Wood
Bury me in fields of Clover
Bury me in sacred ground
With a rainbow arching over
But please;
Don’t bury me upside down
Or bury me upon my head
Don’t bury me with my socks left on
and please make sure I’m dead

Written 27th July 2018
Entered for July contest sponsored by Broken Wings

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: death, humor, husband, silly, tribute,


I couldn’t bear to bury him
             like I knew I should -
I just had to pickle him
             like I always said I would.

AP: Honorable Mention 2020

Submitted on July 17, 2018, for contest LIFE OR DEATH EPIGRAM sponsored by KEVIN SHAW  -  RANKED 2ND

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: death, food, kids, humor, music, silly, song,

The Sandwich Song

Somebody made me a sandwich
A sandwich, a sandwich
Somebody made me a sandwich
I ate it in twenty-five seconds.

I nearly choked on a sandwich
A sandwich, a sandwich
I nearly choked on a sandwich
Cuz I ate in in twenty-five seconds.

I was nearly killed by a sandwich
A sandwich, a sandwich
I was nearly killed by a sandwich
When I ate it in twenty-five seconds.

Poem Details | by D. C. Jordan |
Categories: death, fire, halloween, silly,

Fiery Pumpkins

Fiery pumpkins chasing
Through the swamp
With wet feet racing
Late for a date for
Embracing dead souls

Poem Details | by Dialectic Crisis |
Categories: angst, death, god, philosophy, political, religion, silly,

Why I Will Never Be an Atheist, Per Se

Take a look at something unnerving 
like cadaveric spasms;
or a perfectly shaped idiot 
such as the legendary Pat Boone
with his homophobic point of view
- And it's easy to see why:
It doesn't really matter 
if there's a God or not!
All that actually matters to me, is that:
both the Godhead 
and My head 
express a very similar 
morbid sense of humor!
I mean,
things could always be worse:
I could have been born as Cliff Richard...I suppose?

Poem Details | by Mydavolu Venkatasesha Sathyanarayana |
Categories: imagination, life, philosophy, sad, sympathy, silly,


Tears, silly tears,
Tears, gullible tears,
They have no color
They have no feelings
They have no emotions
Come joy or sorrow
They flow out
From their eye-burrows
Like saline rivers 
Towards unseen sweet water oceans
And dry up on barren cheek deserts

Tears, silly tears!

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: change, clothes, conflict, confusion, death, mystery, silly,

Khaki Pants

Khaki pants fell down a well somewhere
We don't know where
We are not mapologists
It was deep, dry and empty but no longer
As stated, the pants are at the bottom now
Khaki pants had an occupant in them at the time
Obeying the laws of physics
One person at a time is all one pair of pants can fit
The person is no longer with us
Khaki pants do not fall on their own
Decisions come from higher powers
Perhaps the pants occupant put an end to it
Or simply slipped into the hole
We will never know
Khaki pants are strange
They come in tan and other colors
But have never been accused of murder

Poem Details | by Serge Lyrewing |
Categories: fear, grief, hello, philosophy, silly, words, world,

The half of realm for sweet hello

The half of realm for sweet hello 
The words hide souls of us from foe
They melt so fast in our verse,
But fear moves our deeds, of course,
We're put on our masks, we're nice,
with naive and silly phrase that lies
Hello to you so dear hello
meanwhile this world goes to the woe.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: bereavement, death, death of a friend, farewell, feelings, funeral, sorrow,

Silly with Anger

It's not understood

We get silly with anger

Until someone dies.

Poem Details | by Gail Foster |
Categories: character, death, goodbye, innocence, nonsense, nursery rhyme, silly,

Tubby Bye Bye

Farewell, Tinky Winky
You were purple, with a red
Handbag in your tinky hands
And hanger on your head
And you taught a generation
To say 'Uh Oh' to the sky
Tubby Bye Bye Tinky
Tubby Bye

© Gail Foster 23rd January 2018

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: death, friendship, life, obituary, old, silly, song,

All the Friends I Knew

All the friends I knew when I was young
Are old or dead
When the sadness gets stuck in my lung
I stay in bed
I'll lay here the rest of the day
Seen my whole life wasted away
All the friends I knew are old or dead.

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: grief, silly,


Unlike chicken à la king
Of which I am very fond
The mere thought of blood pudding
Churns my stomach twice beyond
Indeed blood pudding 
Is my nemesis
Believe me I am far from kidding
It was the premise of my thesis

submitted for contest MY BLUE CHEESE IS... sponsored by KEVIN SHAW on January 6, 2018  -  RANKED 2ND

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: animal, death, horror, humor, insect, nature, silly,

The Hornet

Did you ever let a hornet
drink some water from your eye
Did you worry it would sting you
You'd go blind and then you'd die.

Poem Details | by Rico Leffanta |
Categories: culture, drink, grave, humor, longing, silly, woman,

Last Call

Jo King loved frothy tankards of beer
Which she drank every day of the year
Interred in a keg
She swallowed each dreg
So her tombstone reads, "Wish you were here!"

Poem Details | by PAT Adams |
Categories: dedication, humorous, silly, thanksgiving,

A Turkeys Eulogy

A turkey named Betty who knew better,
Slipped and let a well known butcher get her
Her last day of living,
To be on Thanksgiving
But she was loved by all those who "et" her!

Poem Details | by Serge Lyrewing |
Categories: emotions, feelings, hope, how i feel, silly, sympathy,

Why does the stars begin to fade

Why does the stars begin to fade, 
Because of cruelty and fate, 
Or maybe dream's not good enough, 
Or day was hard and long and rough? 
Perhaps there were no kind words, 
But there were pranks and tricks of gods,
And might be it was just last drop, 
And there're no faith and love and hope? 
And there is troll, there is no elf, 
Oh, I should write it to myself, 
Because in pure and blue-blue Hight
My stars, alas, are not so bright. 
The clouds are brought with restless wind, 
It's howling loudly just like fiend, 
But I assume we having scars 
Can fire up again the stars.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: identity, silly,

Conrad Hilton's turning over in his grave

This American icon does quite well
Known far and wide as the Hilton Hotel --
   Bernie Sanders just bought in
   Why is he sporting a grin? --
It's now named "Comrade Hilton." What the hell?!

Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: eulogy, food, funny, happy, humor, silly, smile,


I ate a Cracker! 
Crackers taste good! 
Now I'm a cannibal.

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: death, fear, muse, nonsense, silly, sleep,


O~ what dread
My muse in bed
Dear me~ that's ink she's bled
Tried sopping it with bread
Her boots been filled with lead
I think she's good as dead

O~ good grief she said
Shaking her head
You've been misled
You plain misread
She left her body there and fled

Submitted on August 4, 2020 for contest FAVOURITE POEM IN RHYME FROM JULY 2019 sponsored by JULIA WARD

Originally posted on July 29, 2019