Joe Hughes

Veteran Poet - 1,170 Points (Drogheda, Ireland)

Joe Hughes Poems

41. So Why Should I Conform? 2/15/2013
42. My Rainbow 2/15/2013
43. Consultant Psychiatrists 2/15/2013
44. How Are You Hittin' It? 9/19/2014
45. Rock An' Roller 9/19/2014
46. Nappy Change 9/19/2014
47. Poetic Aspirations 9/19/2014
48. My Address Book 11/25/2015
49. Tom O'connor's Cat 3/4/2016
50. I'm Giving Up On People! 3/4/2016
51. A Walking Cliche 3/4/2016
52. Remote Control 3/4/2016
53. The Happiness Formula 8/11/2016
54. The Working Man 8/11/2016
55. Percy The Pigeon 8/11/2016
56. Can Joe Come Out To Play? 11/24/2016
57. This Schizophrenia Thing 12/13/2016
58. The Lie Of Leafy Lanes 7/4/2017
59. Summer Wine 7/4/2017
60. Fintragh Beach 8/14/2017
61. The Waiting 9/27/2017
62. They Live At The Foot Of A Mountain 11/11/2016
63. That Be The Verse 5/9/2013
64. The Banks And Me 3/28/2009
65. Even More Short Ones 3/28/2009
66. The Church Mouse 2/9/2009
67. Gay Marriage 3/9/2012
68. Jimmy Crilly 7/13/2008
69. Forbidden Love 1/30/2009
70. Health Fanatics 2/3/2009
71. Autobiograpical Poem 3/29/2009
72. An Alternative 'There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe' 4/9/2009
73. The Life Of A Lightbulb 4/13/2009
74. The Poet 2/12/2009
75. Body Building 7/3/2010
76. Francis Duggan 7/10/2009
77. It's What Dads Are For 3/12/2008
78. Plain English 2/9/2008
79. Man 1/25/2008
80. Christmas Past 1/8/2008

Comments about Joe Hughes

  • Francis Duggan (8/17/2017 7:10:00 AM)

    Joe Hughes is a poet who writes with a sense of humor that is infectious, i am just one of many who enjoy reading his whimsical poetry he reminds me in his style of writing of James Stephens, Joe is just one of those people who does not take himself too seriously and there ought to be more like him, good on you Joe keep them coming.

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  • Steven Taylor (11/20/2009 8:42:00 AM)

    Thank you for the kind comments on my poems. I like the Bubble. I tend to be a positive poet who emphasizes the positive mood. I began writing poetry by experimenting with everything. You have good riming. It is interesting that you and I took opposite objectives. In Fog, I was placing the emphasis on the negative acpects and ended with the positive, and you placed your emphasis on the positive and ended with the negative. I am sorry to hear about the demise of your bubble!
    Steve Taylor

  • Lucianne Fasolo (8/23/2007 8:56:00 AM)

    I can't believe there is no comments here about you, you're in my favorite poem list! ! !
    Joe's poems are witty, very sarcastic at times and I love his simple but brilliant way of writing. He's really talented!

Best Poem of Joe Hughes

A Bubble

I am a fresh blown bubble,
Just born with lots of care.
I'm undecided if I'll burst
Or fly into the air.

I'm yellow, blue, some red and green
Six inches is my size.
I hover round the patio
But the sky is still my prize.

I've almost hit a garden chair,
I've just skimmed past a fence.
I've cleared some hedges and a shed,
I wobble as I dance.

And now I'm soaring, Oh! so high,
I never will come down.
I've cleared the eaves of houses
And I'm heading into town!

Goodbye young child way down below,
The world now lies in ...

Read the full of A Bubble

Filed

From the moment of my coming,
to the moment that I die,
I've been registered and tabulated
to make sure I'm not a lie.

I've been fingerprinted, indexed,
photographed and even drawn.
I've been phoned and faxed and texted
from each dusk to early dawn.

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