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Poems About: IRONY

In this page, poems on / about “irony” are listed.

  • 121.
    Ode To The Withered Tree

    Consequence of the season
    Hath deprived thee thy extravagance
    And made you frozen
    To doubt your stance read more »

    pere isaac afezu
  • 122.

    Free your mind from judgement
    As judgement day escapes no one
    Release those puppet strings
    Wrapped around your neck read more »

    Franco Marcogliese
  • 123.

    I am not alone but lonely
    In This moment of life only
    An imprisoned convict
    What conflicts lead me to is read more »

    Nivedita Dubey
  • 124.
    Sons Of Africa

    Sons of ancient soil
    Sons of ancient moon
    Sons of our old mother
    Who wake before dawn read more »

    abbas abubakar
  • 125.
    That Unperson

    To that Unperson whom I cannot see
    Within the images that I have cast
    I owe my tears, and now I crave to be
    My anti-Self, not villainous but vast read more »

    Ananta Madhavan
  • 126.
    Festive Irony

    you might say I am
    the Spirit of Christmas
    driven by a steady hand
    on the neck of a bottle read more »

    Ivan Donn Carswell
  • 127.

    The wild red rose

    Gives out a lovely fragrance read more »

  • 128.
    Affected Affections

    Spare me your affected affections
    Your stunted philosophies
    Wipe that shallow smile
    Off your façade read more »

    Rajesh Gurung
  • 129.
    Being heard

    The irony is'nt so subtle,
    Man is rejoicing not his ability to speak, talk
    and express,
    but of being the only one capable of articulation. read more »

    Dhanya M G
  • 130.

    We bite bitter bitumen
    Muted blood of the cursed century
    Stony satires of brash silence
    Bruised stones of irony scourged read more »

    Patti Masterman
  • 131.
    You are my saving grace

    Your stare is like a tonic for my soul
    Bonded by pain, similar as though manufactured from the same mould
    Purgatory robbed you of everything and you rose, you are a survivor
    Dead and alive at the same time, you are a survivor read more »

    Mthoko Mpofana
  • 132.

    Biggest insult is ordinary,
    Pleasant day off shore,
    Pose a threat of irony,
    For the rich and their whores, read more »

    Abby Kimball
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