Top 100 Poems About: IRONY

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

    The twentieth century has often fooled us.
    We've been squeezed in by falsehood as by taxes.
    The breath of life has denuded our ideas
    as quickly as it strips a dandelion. read more »

    Yevgeny Yevtushenko
  • 2.
    - Short Poem One Up On You! A Poem About Irony

    The way I see it
    I’m smarter than you.
    I fell in love with you, read more »

    Ronberge (anno primo)
  • 3.

    Always, sweetheart,
    Carry into your room the blossoming boughs of cherry,
    Almond and apple and pear diffuse with light, that very
    Soon strews itself on the floor; and keep the radiance of spring read more »

    David Herbert Lawrence
  • 4.

    An arid daylight shines along the beach
    Dried to a grey monotony of tone,
    And stranded jelly-fish melt soft upon read more »

    Amy Lowell
  • 5.
    The Slavery Of Irony

    In the Slavery of Irony
    Illegitimate Nouns arrive
    and the wall of Other erects
    its own wall against read more »

    Lonnie Hicks
  • 6.
    0368 Post-Modern Irony

    With all the excitement of a Florentine writer around 1480
    who's just heard about the new invention of printing
    and has plans to use it bigtime
    I'm sitting here at the PC, one of read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 7.
    **the Aesthetic Formula... (Irony)

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    Gioom Galen
  • 8.
    Destiny's Irony

    (The poem is based on a real-life incident and is being dedicated to a girl child of about seven years who succumbed to an intravenous injection and passed away in 1996, in the western part of India. The poet expresses her full regards to the doctor fraternity and does not intend to make them responsible in anyway)

    Mother said, ' She is superb, we'll make her a doctor'
    Father said, ' Maths is her forte, why not an engineer? ' read more »

    Swatimalya Chattopadhyay
  • 9.
    The Irony Of Despair

    the silence breaks the noise;
    dark and fearful
    as shadows consume the light
    and the sun that shown with radiance; read more »

    Lauren Phillips
  • 10.
    Irony Of Fate

    I decided my life was worth dying,
    Because most of it I ha spent crying,
    I was nothing but an insignificant spick of dust,
    Who was occupying valuable space on earth, read more »

    shreya koppaka
  • 11.
    Irony Of The Silvery Years

    Love of life lies deep within,
    Not in tinsel attire;
    If silvery years didn’t learn,
    On life it is a great satire. read more »

    C. P. Sharma
  • 12.
    Irony Of Dreams

    It doesn't come here in the Springtime,
    'nor does it come here in the Fall,
    love usually shows up,
    when you expect it least of all. read more »

    Barry Van Allen
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