Posts tagged ‘humour poem’

December 16, 2016

The Christmas Fairy That got the Hump!

by Harry

Poetry challenge: Christmas poem.

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Submitted by Willowdot21

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It’s not fair it’s a shame
Christmas has come and gone again.

I am cold and put on weight
Eating all those chocolates I normally HATE!

The holly has all gone from the halls,

And some one broke my favourite balls!

There is a bit of Christmas tree

Stuck up the most embarrassing PART OF ME.!!

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April 22, 2016

My minds haywire

by Harry

Sitting here at the PC
my heads in a muzzle
can’t think straight
My minds haywire

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March 17, 2016

Multi-tasking

by Harry

It’s said that woman

can multi-task

I can see it some times

but I still had to ask

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March 5, 2016

Spring’s Inviting Floras

by Colly

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I’m a daffodil. A daffodil that’s I.

In the sunlight, I’m as yellow as lemon pie.

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February 29, 2016

Your body: Haiku

by Harry

Your body has beautiful lines

Your curves are just so perfect

for one to touch and to caress

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October 19, 2015

BIG C’s. poem

by Harry

A humour poem full of C’s

Is it free verse.

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March 15, 2015

Mi Mao Tom’s Spring Song — Kyoka – March 15, 2015

by Georgia

Netsuke of Two Cats

Mi Mao Tom’s Spring Song
(kyoka)

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oh gentle geisha
how sweet is your smile
mi mao
sing more for me just a while
your heady ways make me sigh

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March 11, 2015

You appeared from nowhere

by Harry

I received this in an email as a joke for my other blog, reading it I thought it was a poem until I got to the end, I had to censor it 🙂 on the last line.

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November 27, 2014

My friend the Spell checker

by Harry

I halve a spelling chequer

I got it on my pee see

its marks four my revue

cause mistakes I dew knot sea

eye right a word

and weight for it two say

weather eye am wrong oar write

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September 23, 2014

Rambling poem

by Harry

writing a rhyme
takes up my time

i look up at the birds
to find me the words

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September 6, 2014

Greek’s go to war ?

by Harry
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August 12, 2014

The broken voice

by Jem Croucher

When Jimmy woke that fateful day
He knew something had gone away
(But what it was he could not tell
For he couldn’t speak or shout or yell)

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June 28, 2014

IF, Humour poem.

by Harry

How
much
deeper
would
the
ocean
be

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January 22, 2014

Haiku:Fault In. Humor Out.

by Venkat

Smash! Glass of milk gone!

Hand? Edge? Floor? Gravity? Air?

Carelessness? Intent?

January 20, 2014

Evil grin and spin around

by wordcoaster

Close your eyes

Now count to ten

Clap as many times you can

Reverse awhile

Then start again

Open your eyes to the world so bright

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January 16, 2014

A pillow for me:

by Harry

A pillow for my head

i have a thumping headache

a pillow for my neck

people say i’m a pain in the neck

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January 4, 2014

A Note to Spouse

by Venkat

You still are my unread book
Don’t give a quizzical look
I may not be as good a cook
Or perfect in the path I took
Yet my heart is open as your nook
A spiritual path I undertook
To you it might be gobbledygook

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October 30, 2013

ABC poem: Ex-lovers

by Georgia

ABC Poem

Ex Lovers

Alas,
Because she was not a seductive lass,
Catty, yet with all the qualities of a
Dog, I can’t see what she saw in her,
Ergo, I sit here a wondering…
First of course she did him wrong!
Glory be, isn’t it always like that?

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March 14, 2013

Little Lefty Luther

by Jo Bryant

Little Lefty Luther

grew up a lonesome loser.

At school he was a freak

always turned the other cheek.

His father Lex would wail,

while mother Lou would pale.

The teacher roll his eyes

and mutter to the skies,

once or twice – he’d blown his lid,

“Why am I landed with this kid?”

In the playground kids were cruel

for it was under bullies rule;

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September 18, 2012

traffic

by billgncs

A poem based on a traffic sign…. the idea from karen at reason2rhyme. Join in, ( Harry — this is right up your alley )

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