Poems About: IRONY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
You pull from necks
The dregs of blood.
It’s irony in taste
Makes your saliva flood. read more »Count Dracula
362.On The Day Of The Funeral Of Hanan Porat Z' TS'L
ON THE DAY OF THE FUNERAL OF HANAN PORAT Z’Ts”L
You died on a day of irony
The same day the European Union today recognized the ‘Palestinian Authority’ as a ‘Democracy’ read more »Shalom Freedman
Its times like this,
Where I say that its funny,
Not out of humor,
Just plain irony, read more »Deyanira Yari Rodriguez
364.the only way to understand what we have been talking about...
let me write about peace then.
the irony is that peace has no use of words,
like silence, read more »RIC S. BASTASA
365.Emptiness Is Both An Illusion And An Irony
emptiness is always an illusion
which carries with it an irony.
when i look at it, as its content shows,
it has nothing read more »RIC S. BASTASA
366.The Slavery of Irony
In the Slavery of Irony
Illegitimate Nouns arrive
and the wall of Other erects
its own wall against read more »Lonnie Hicks
367.Song, I've asked... - translation (rus.)
The song from film 'The irony of Destiny'
Once I've asked the great ash-tree:
'Where is my lovely girl? ' read more »Lyudmila Purgina
I cant help but laugh
At the irony
Parents telling you can do anything be anything
But then you get older and the truth is revealed read more »Alizia Sampson
I see a sea of people
Not remorseful of being ordinary
Purposeful of their daily ventures
Unmindful of the greatest irony read more »Ankur Beohar
370.Heart Lying In Defeat
The irony of this thought will fade
And you won’t even be able to look me in the face
I know what you did
And that night I found what you hid read more »victoria martinez
My world was a deep cesspool
of self hatred.
The irony of it all... the grandiosity read more »Sarah Sisson
Dread was perceptible
unshaven with irony of the dullness
of the last razor blade.
On his chin the grown cactus read more »Maria Barbara Korynt