Poems About: IRONY
Poems on / about :
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349.Grieving Like a Fulsome Song
Grieving like a fulsome song
Harps the exit of the loved
Wreaths will curtain on the pane
As with pain the loser sighs read more »samuel munachim
350.If I were God
Times I wonder
How this world would be
If only i were God
Judging the actions of men read more »Mahfooz Ali
Cowards write poems.
Anyone with half a gram of merit.
Speaks. read more »Lauren Michaels
352.When Love And Hate Collide (Monorhyme)
Beautiful to those who will not see,
Your world is an immaculate fantasy,
Filled with such innocence and purity,
Hiding your grotesque mask of insanity. read more »Sherry Honeycutt
Rusty rotten dirty domes,
Wound the Heaven’s azure heart,
Chimneys’ souls rise to part,
Black giants’ filthy foams. read more »Farshid Rezaee
354.Song: Spell Out The Blues
There's no-one who's better,
Better than you!
No ruthless go-getter,
With the dumb luck of youth. read more »David SmithWhite
355.Every Single Sound I Listen To; Patience.
Asphyxiated with filthy airs and warmth.
Not knowing and unable to recognize freshness no longer.
Every single day and night..
Smothered by pungent consisting filth and warmth. read more »NurWilmy Francis
356.The Magenta Agenda
The magenta agenda embedded upon a silk prison is a mirror illuminating synaesthesias.
Depth imperative, a lever of emotion eminence. For what is a prison? Doth it make me in sync with my sins? Mere society’s ills... See not the irony, hear not the irony, feel not the irony for in confinement with I the sinned comes forth spiritual compassion, material detachment; alleviation in passion. Yet I feel still of nothing, for I put myself in everything but something.
The magenta agenda is incense to the eyes intriguing dimensions in its absence of time. It impedes deep, moonstruck, capricious droplets rapturously stagnant, romantic in its flourish as it blossoms intense, rained from the beige walls the mind melted on its silky delicate milky skin. read more »Ori Livson
Wednesday, January 23,2008
Week 10: Telephone Conversation by Wole Soyinka read more »tamilarasi shalu
Humor is your greatest defense
but the irony has had a bitter influence—
it’s turned compassion inside out
renting more space to doubt. read more »s./j. goldner
359.the pursuit of happiness
the irony of this pursuit is this:
the more you pursue it
the more it escapes
away from your grasp read more »RIC S. BASTASA
360.Often times I've wondered
if a mere understanding of my surroundings
would enhance my ability to comprehend
the irony of reality.
Yet read more »Jeanette Pope Hailsham