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Poems About: IRONY

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  • 13.
    My Poems Are Little Ironies

    MY POEMS ARE LITTLE IRONIES

    My poems are little ironies
    I write against myself read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 14.
    All These Ironies And Inner Pains

    ALL THESE IRONIES AND INNER PAINS

    All these ironies and inner pains-
    All these sad reflections- read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 15.
    Irony

    The twentieth century has often fooled us.
    We've been squeezed in by falsehood as by taxes.
    The breath of life has denuded our ideas
    as quickly as it strips a dandelion. read more »

    Yevgeny Yevtushenko
  • 16.
    The Irony of Love

    Irony is a literary or rhetorical device.
    The essayist Henry Watson Fowler wrote:
    “any definition of irony
    —though hundreds might be given, read more »

    Hal Caufield
  • 17.
    Old People With Big Ears

    Isn’t it a sick irony, the suffering of old people?
    They shrink and become littler, whilst
    their ears grow large and intrusive to
    the atmosphere. read more »

    Dan Brown
  • 18.
    Stolen Hearts of an Idealistic Cause

    Stare at me I am the one,
    Who stole your hearts,
    And made a run,
    For something I believed in, read more »

    Trent Delomel
  • 19.
    Ironic

    In my thoughts
    each step of the way
    maybe not in sight
    but in my minds eye today read more »

    Lauren B Called
  • 20.
    Irony

    Say the truth and you shall be granted happiness
    Go down the right path and you shall see paradise
    It is too bad this is only factual through fairytale stories
    Any road that we take has a consequence read more »

    Dark Dellusion
  • 21.
    Devil's testimony

    Encrypted in Devil's testimony
    For the Universe loves irony;
    The 'land of the beloved' will turn red
    A gift of love on her death-bed. read more »

    Deep Mukherjee
  • 22.
    This Is A Poem Without Irony or Ambiguity

    THIS IS A POEM WITHOUT IRONY AND AMBIGUITY

    This is a poem without irony and ambiguity -
    Without any clever contradictions read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 23.
    Irony

    There had got to be something
    Beneath all this big movement
    And umpteen noises in the vessels.
    We thought deep-set irony was all-present read more »

    Jagannath rao Adukuri
  • 24.
    The Cryptic Ripple Effect.

    they always follow one after the other
    the cryptic ripple effects of life
    looking at the world in your own eyes and sense
    with rebellious thoughts prevailing read more »

    Rodney Ticharwa
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