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Poems About: IRONY

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  • 325.
    Destruction

    Irony of life,
    Brought forth from loins, yet
    Seeming to destroy with strife.
    Life brought with upset. read more »

    Nicholas Lim
  • 326.
    Liars Curse -new-

    A lie is bitter
    Stain on the soul
    Muddies the waters
    To what end or goal read more »

    Danusha Marie
  • 327.
    The Agony -new-

    The Agony Of My Pains,
    The Irony Of My Circumstances,
    The Cacophony Of My Enemies,
    The Matrimony Of My Past, read more »

    OVERLORD DON MANUEL IHCAKEYNO
  • 328.
    By The River

    By the river once, I stood I sighed
    Watching the flow of life, I gazed I dived
    Passing me by were tree, were vines
    Deeper they sunk, the roots the lies read more »

    luna tsuki
  • 329.
    Post-Revelry Poem

    A sapid irony:
    We are bisons of different skies,
    diseases from different holocausts,
    but we rummage through the night read more »

    Norman Santos
  • 330.
    Where Are The Words?

    That mean more than their own literalness?
    Where are the wild metaphors that surprise?
    Where are the lines of beauty that inspire?
    Where is some mystery some irony some deep perception? read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 331.
    A Place I Cannot Remember

    Footfalls resound in my head,
    a sinking feeling peroclating the atmosphere
    as I follow you to a place I do not remember,
    a place I would never be in read more »

    Norman Santos
  • 332.
    Tears

    An emotional phenomenon
    From the days of birth pangs
    Like the waters in a coconut
    It is wound up within read more »

    Samuel Umana
  • 333.
    Decadence

    The turning tides
    a new day guides
    a whole generation
    a wheel that's lost read more »

    Madrason writer
  • 334.
    Progress made in India

    Progress oft has irony of its own,
    A man born free and raised by the pavement,
    Moves on when to slums on rental payment,
    Ridicule wrapped in mockery unknown! read more »

    Aniruddha Pathak
  • 335.
    THE BEES CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT THE FLOWERS

    in her bosom
    the buds are coming out

    she nips them all read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 336.
    A metaphor for weariness

    Our distance is getter farther
    like an old weary boat departing from the ruined port of
    Neither/Nor
    to a journey that will take it read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
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