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Poems About: IRONY

In this page, poems on / about “irony” are listed.
  • 1.
    A Poor Chap

    He returns
    from a Doctor
    with a load of diseases
    in his mind read more »

    Palas kumar Ray
  • 2.

    The irony of a best friend you cannot talk to
    The strange redemption you seek in others
    Why friends are so cold and thoughtless
    I like to rely on irony as it never seems to fail read more »

    Jono Alford
  • 3.

    Irony may bring us stimulation,
    but enters like a worm in us
    betraying us with transubstantiation
    if worm becomes a terminus. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 4.
    Irony Is The Last Refuge

    Irony is the last refuge of a metaphor-less poet
    Saying more than one thing at one time- read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 5.
    ! Withitness

    Some people love the experimental in poetry
    Poetry, in the experimental, love some people
    Love poetry, experimental people. Some
    Lovesome read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 6.
    Wedded Bliss at Christmas Time

    Irony of Ironies there is wedded bliss
    The time of giving and receiving
    The time to see the down-troddened, the disenfranchised read more »

    Kimberly (Strothman) Anderson
  • 7.
    The Language Of Poetry Is Metaphor

    The language of poetry is metaphor
    And irony and ambiguity
    And beauty- read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 8.
    I Stop And Wait/For A Poem

    I Stop And Wait/ For A Poem

    I stop and wait
    For a poem. read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 9.
    A Natural Reaction

    A reprobate? Who, me?

    What's up with that? read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
  • 10.
    B: XXXXXXVII: Grand Irony

    You will find
    In love stirred by denial.
    In ego stirred by denial, read more »

    douglas scotney
  • 11.

    To add justice,
    I did not scream nor cry,
    I instead called,
    “Irony.” read more »

    Kaitey Cat
  • 12.
    Irony of Things

    It is an irony to believe that Ayothya
    Is the birth place of Rama, as by the time
    When Rama lived around 1450 B.C.,
    Aryans never crossed Punjab or beyond. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
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