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Poems About: HUMOR

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  • 145.
    Let all the flows of my humor - Original by Rabindranath Tagore

    Let all the flows of my humor
    Rush inside you to give flavor.

    Let me feel your touch all life long read more »

    Asif Andalib
  • 146.
    I miss you!

    i miss you,
    i miss your smile,
    i miss you,
    i miss how for me - you'de go the extra mile, read more »

    Allie Nicole
  • 147.
    The Jokers In Our Lives

    They are the slap happy
    Go lucky people
    That often has us in fits

    We laugh at their humor
    On life till we cry with tears of joy read more »

    Kaila George
  • 148.

    Curling chocolate brown swirls, hanging low
    Love the hair
    Pitch black with a hint of humor
    Love the eyes read more »

    Cynthia Grieser
  • 149.
    Considerd The Joke

    If I was the one who had been considerd the joke,
    Why am I the only one that is laughing?
    Has it been discovered,
    That my sense of humor matters too? read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 150.
    When smiling becomes a drug

    You build up a fortress of smiles
    a fun house
    laughing and giggling
    feeding off the rich humor read more »

    Justin Tallman
  • 151.
    A Class Act

    Treasures from yesterday, being sung in a small cafe, catering to karoke.
    Lifting spirits of people who come in to enjoy one another's company and great voices singing away.
    Meals are great, all home-made, and served with a smile.
    Good humor fills the environment and laughter is the adjacent sound across from rhythm, playing strong and loud. read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 152.

    Our land has become Death's brothel—
    Collection of soft hands and hardened muzzles.
    Lives canned to display strength or gain muscle,
    Splattering remains in joyous, endless tussles. read more »

    Edwin Cordero
  • 153.

    Humor has it's place
    in all relationships
    It creates a space
    a happy partnership. read more »

    Philo Yan
  • 154.
    Do What I Tell You (Onallfours)

    Two years ago
    I died.

    I was labeled every negative
    From read more »

    A.j. Binash
  • 155.
    Doctor's Office

    In an office full of faces you can get a nervous appetite or suddenly pretend you know what you are doing.
    Finding a seat you flop into it, so faces turn to other subjects in the room.
    What a funny place to be at rest with such a humor - as in the Doctor's office we all sit and wait for our turn to come next. read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 156.
    Not Enough Time

    There is never enough time
    especially for me
    it should be a crime,
    but that is not what i see read more »

    Ernesto Torres
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