Top 100 Poems About: HUMOR

In this page, poems on / about “humor” are listed.
  • 1.

    Tsars, Kings, Emperors,
    sovereigns of all the earth,
    have commanded many a parade,
    but they could not command humor. read more »

    Yevgeny Yevtushenko
  • 2.

    What would I do without laughter?
    A sad place indeed, it would be.
    The funnies..the sillies..whatever it takes
    for the sound of laughter. read more »

    Sophia Borger
  • 3.
    A Walmart Parking Lot

    To laugh at life
    You have to have,
    A perpetual sense of humor. read more »

    connie crane
  • 4.
    The Happiness

    There's a happiness, a joy
    in one soul, that's been
    buried alive in everyone
    and forgotten. read more »

    Jack Hirschman
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    Janyth Marie Banfield
  • 6.
    The Potency Of Laughter

    Ho ho ho, laughing like a jackass with a bottle of rum
    Ho ho ho, rolling on the floor is Santa with an engorging tum
    From Long John Silver to Santa's stretch marks
    Laughter was an anthem strewn with meteors of sparks read more »

    Dilantha Gunawardana
  • 7.
    World Of Clowns

    People who cover their true faces with makeup
    People who act totally different from who they really are
    People who are bad actors, but good performers
    People who don't take things seriously read more »

    Hope Denton
  • 8.
    Who Knows What I Did But Its Funny

    Maybe is humor
    Laughs now. read more »

    Gengis Capote
  • 9.
    the hardest thing to do in life is say goodbye

    today i learned a lesson
    that will always be true
    saying goodbye to someone
    is the hardest thing to do read more »

    alexus jones
  • 10.
    Rumors and Lies

    Rumors and Lies
    Rumors and Lies
    Humor no longer there
    Wondering how you can bare read more »

    Kaleigh Greenfield
  • 11.
    Passion to Write

    I love to write
    thats just me
    writing helps me
    let everything inside be free read more »

    London Turner
  • 12.
    I Wish

    I wish I had your wit
    I wish I had your humor
    I wish I had your memory
    And your ablility to let the words read more »

    Renee Lewis
  • 13.
    Confusion In Me

    One day,
    He was standing there,
    Just beside me,
    Humors me, read more »

    lovita lara
  • 14.
    A Daughter

    You brighten each day
    the scent of peach
    the blush of dawn
    the humor of a million. read more »

    Michael L. Williams
  • 15.

    Daffodils, Calm astray,
    And do I feel?
    Do I feel that there are bats in the belfry? read more »

    Belinda Nelson
  • 16.
    Copy & Paste

    read more »

    Tansel Bozkurt
  • 17.
    Also the inside

    You are the only beauty in the world
    You are an angel from heaven
    But what people don't see what I see is that... read more »

    Reeves Nesmith
  • 18.
    Me and All My forms

    Jocelyn-my name is rainbow
    The colors show my many humors read more »

    Jocelyn Grandinetti
  • 19.
    Stay Strong Beautiful

    Be yourself
    Try hard
    Take chances
    Be confident read more »

    Claudette Guzzetta
  • 20.
    The Ballad of Uncle Mukungu

    He's my uncle and to my father a brother,
    To many a darling or to all and sundry rather;
    A pot of knowledge unique, and of humor and quit,
    And queer a sight, a wonder as right. read more »

    Willy Munyoki
  • 21.
    Fire Air Water

    Fire air water: the primitive deities in their snakish humor
    Blessed you with beauty-
    What a horrible solitary beauty they blessed you with;
    And cursed the men in touch with you with the lust of flies. read more »

    Jibanananda Das
  • 22.
    fight the flight

    it's funny how things change
    how the worries of yesterday
    are left strewn across the remains
    of this battlefield that we call home read more »

    Garrity Guenther
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