Poems About: HUMOR
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
And now I leave my mask outside
Some sick joke, Your
Horror film sense of humor, read more »Catherine Allen
Dreamers, read more »Aoife Semple
Magical the sea- within holds many secrets
Obligated by the gentle waves
A walk to become one with read more »ishita bhatnagar
Creasing pages with dried up wrinkles
dust mites moving across the page,
Words crowding inside the folds
are deteriorating as they age. read more »Edwina Reizer
341.Your repetitious death
Of course someone who only writes about
Dark, death, sorrow and pain
At this point has no idea of
And therefore will feel no emotion or gain read more »Marcus McKinley
This was inspired by the OSPA Fall Poetry conference in Newport Oregon.
Humor me walking read more »Ariel
343.Meant to Be (2002)
We came in a life of strings.
We are all attached in some way,
some sort of bond,
like a tug-of-war. read more »David Joel Rodriguez
When you stay before my eyes
You make me feel your love is firm,
But out of sight how different you are!
How long does false gold shine? read more »Vidyapati Thakur
345.In The Stream Of Life
In the stream of life
I saw trouble's sight
Where world was full
Of scenes dull and quiet read more »Seema Chowdhury
There's a happiness, a joy
in one soul, that's been
buried alive in everyone
and forgotten. read more »Jack Hirschman
He's a man of great pride & of humor.
He's been there by far when it drove him.
He's lived life with zest & love and regret.
But he's been there by far when it was over. read more »Rachel Fogle
I wish I had your wit
I wish I had your humor
I wish I had your memory
And your ablility to let the words read more »Renee Lewis