Posts tagged ‘irony’

May 12, 2018


by adiscardedplant

Newton Ranaweera


There was a man, an intelligent man.
He thought so;
others said so,
and he was proud of his intelligence.
He was
the beacon of the city, a guiding star
who guided all the others in the city
yet could not guide himself.

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February 13, 2018

Ironic digging

by Jem Croucher

Irony seemed appropriate
in Gordon Square today
Archeology under wraps
for sometime yet I’d say
I wonder what they’ll find in there
under London’s ground
especially whilst the expertise
is evident around

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June 20, 2017


by Abigail Gronway

Isn’t it refreshing to meet people
with so much time to give
so much wisdom to impart
and so very little discretion

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November 30, 2016


by adiscardedplant


Culture       is       a       fence,

fixed     with     giant     stems

and    sharp     barbed   wires

of beliefs, norms and values,

to      set    me     an    insider

and  you  a   bloody  outsider.

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June 2, 2016


by Jem Croucher


In between the buttercups
Daisies in a throng
Suggesting that the summer
has finally come along

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November 12, 2014


by Venkat


eyes made to see
itch ever to glimpse
yet can I see?

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July 8, 2012

You, The Truth & The Irony

by berryflavoreddreams

As days go by, in my mind, your memories always fly.

Time goes so quickly, but its when I reminisce that I’m happy.

I know you can see, the one who admires you so much is me,

Then I just shout wee! And feel the irony, that we can never be.

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