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Top 100 Poems About: IRONY

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  • 1.
    Grotesque

    These are the damned circles Dante trod,
    Terrible in hopelessness,
    But even skulls have their humour, read more »

    Frederic Manning
  • 2.
    Irony

    The irony of a best friend you cannot talk to
    The strange redemption you seek in others
    Why friends are so cold and thoughtless
    I like to rely on irony as it never seems to fail read more »

    Jono Alford
  • 3.
    (All Come Down)

    (Here it goes and
    There it goes again
    Such as innocence
    It’s important where and when read more »

    Anderson Greenwald
  • 4.
    Hearts and horticulture

    I wasn’t looking
    Crept up like a virus
    Wrapped itself around my heart
    Did not feel the connection of attachment read more »

    Harriot Golding
  • 5.
    The Irony of Love

    Irony is a literary or rhetorical device.
    The essayist Henry Watson Fowler wrote:
    “any definition of irony
    —though hundreds might be given, read more »

    Hal Caufield
  • 6.
    A Puzzle

    Walking in the shadows of love
    Seems always clothed with uncertainty;
    Clouded passages and walls that hide
    True feelings of the heart read more »

    ENOCH JOHN
  • 7.
    Justify

    To add justice,
    I did not scream nor cry,
    I instead called,
    “Irony.” read more »

    Kaitey Cat
  • 8.
    Suicide

    The ground 24 floors below
    Invites you to step off the ledge
    See your whole life flash past
    In fast-forward read more »

    Shalini Rao
  • 9.
    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
  • 10.
    Hidden Meaning

    To death do us part
    Does that mean death of the heart
    Or growing old in age
    That might be like being trapped for all your days read more »

    Anna Ragin
  • 11.
    Stolen Hearts of an Idealistic Cause

    Stare at me I am the one,
    Who stole your hearts,
    And made a run,
    For something I believed in, read more »

    Trent Delomel
  • 12.
    Telephone Conversation

    Wednesday, January 23,2008
    Week 10: Telephone Conversation by Wole Soyinka read more »

    tamilarasi shalu
  • 13.
    Invisibility?

    Oh the irony
    Of invisibility read more »

    Brian McMurdo
  • 14.
    Irony

    Say the truth and you shall be granted happiness
    Go down the right path and you shall see paradise
    It is too bad this is only factual through fairytale stories
    Any road that we take has a consequence read more »

    Dark Dellusion
  • 15.
    Fate's Irony

    I’m deep in love, with the girl of my dreams
    Who’s deep in love with the guy of her dreams
    As fate would have its’ sense of irony, it seems that guy is not me
    Fate it seems loves to play tricks read more »

    Nathaniel Sickels
  • 16.
    A Little Too Comfortable

    A little too comfortable
    Chair’s too soft
    Life’s too quiet
    Sleep comes too easy read more »

    William McCully
  • 17.
    Insomnia

    I almost felt my eye lids getting heavy
    but they fought to stay open
    I've been lying in bed staring at the ceiling
    Pondering the very existence of my well being read more »

    Mich Bassu
  • 18.
    Ironic

    It’s kind of ironic,
    How everything goes wrong.

    It’s kind of ironic, read more »

    Andrew Long
  • 19.
    The Cryptic Ripple Effect.

    they always follow one after the other
    the cryptic ripple effects of life
    looking at the world in your own eyes and sense
    with rebellious thoughts prevailing read more »

    Rodney Ticharwa
  • 20.
    Time

    The irony of time
    The reason why we have days
    Weeks, months and years
    And not endless time, read more »

    Ruth Amaya
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