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Short Irony poem by Jaylyne Doramus| Details |

IRONY

IRONY

Epic  irony.

Epic is irony.

The irony is epic.

Irony.


Short Irony poem by Effie Blake| Details |

Hungry For Words

senryu provides

with wit or irony some

ilk of food for thought.


Short Irony poem by Kirin Lawrence| Details |

Dementia

Dementia
 'Where are you going?'
 I have no idea
 What I'll be doing


Short Irony poem by Ruben Hernandez Diaz| Details |

Inversed Conviction

Blinded conviction,

Inceptions with deceptions,

Inversed repentance.


Short Irony poem by ARNAB KUMAR ROY| Details |

Media

Sells news good or bad,
Sometimes create it for gain,
Our news media



Short Irony poem by Dan Keir| Details |

Education-Educaution I

Exam time returns;

Text-submerged teens imitate

Rodins The Thinker.


Short Irony poem by Tara Andre| Details |

Butterfly Secrets

Butterflies whisper
The secrets to peaceful life,
But our cars crush them.


Short Irony poem by Robert Candler| Details |

Roll'em

One wake-up away
From the best day of your life.
Lifes just a crapshoot. 


Short Irony poem by Stephen Parker| Details |

Cinqku One

Wishing
on shiny coin
dropped in a well
but transparent glare casts
a spell


Short Irony poem by romeo naces| Details |

Ironic



... what an irony



    that democracy must be



    rammed coercively ...


Short Irony poem by Juliet Ligon| Details |

Planned Parenthood

    planning parenthood 

 birth control and abortion 

      no babies allowed


Short Irony poem by Scott Simmerman| Details |

Can there be awakening - a Square Wheels Haiku

Slacker employees?

They work hard. Push with Square Wheels.

Spring awakening?


Short Irony poem by Joseph May| Details |

prez


 Mitt Romney
campaign irony
Future president for hire
Then half of America fired


Short Irony poem by Tara Andre| Details |

ASH: Acrostic Haiku

Air filled with white lies;
Seems like snowflakes are falling.
However, it's ash.


Short Irony poem by SKAT A | Details |

Letter to my Jailor

-The Jailor-

a light darken 
jailbird misery
What does freedom feel like?



SKAT


Short Irony poem by Christopher Meyer| Details |

The Informed

Informed
What is it like
To know the truth apart
From all the devious scum liars
Hablo 
 


Short Irony poem by Frank Polgar| Details |

Love

give your heart to another

happiness may be short lived

painful memories linger

irony of love


Short Irony poem by Poet Destroyer A | Details |

The Unknown

-"x+2 = 4"-

Enigmas of the soul
Do you know how it feels?

Never tasted before
Invisible Sun


PD


Short Irony poem by Kiran Bantawa| Details |

Streetlamps

<center> Streetlamps of highway

true viewers

Of unrehearsed life. </center>











form: Lune

syllables: 5/3/5


Short Irony poem by Syamala Tadigadapa| Details |

God got bored

God got bored living alone

So He ushered this creation

But once again He is alone

As mankind forgot His intension




Short Irony poem by David Pennington| Details |

freedom

what do you ask of me

you already get 25% of my life

for i try to survive

but i am not sure

if you want me dead, or alive


Short Irony poem by Atef Ayadi| Details |

The Cold War: Dictatorship



Your Tirane

Will not last! 



I will end 

Your chest's legacy.



I will Overthrow

Your kisses, 

And your  lips' irony.


Short Irony poem by Pandita Sanchez| Details |

The UnDead



<center><b>The UnDead</b></center>


<center>bloodthirsty suckers,
vampires on the prowl for prey -
a blast of sunshine</center>


Short Irony poem by Madelin Barton| Details |

TELL ME NO LIES

Continue saying the truth
blind no one with lies 
for one day that 
truth you held back 
will be the poison that 
pierces your insides.


Short Irony poem by Tara Andre| Details |

FLAME

Furious, flickering, flashing tongues
Licking hungrily at what will combust;
Any object, living or dead,
May fuel the fire's fury.
Even you.


Short Irony poem by Isaiah Zerbst| Details |

My Old Bucket



I lost my old bucket so sadly,

And felt oh so terribly badly;

Then lo and behold

A pot full of gold!

I'd lose me another and gladly.


Short Irony poem by Nadine Fababier| Details |

The Irony Within A Song (Englyn Form)

I can still hear the song of the spring breeze...

About a love went wrong

When two hearts hid for so long...

Now I hear the requiem's gong


Short Irony poem by John Beam| Details |

The philosopher's stone

Oh philosopher my heart is no longer stone                                                             though you sought it with all your bones


Short Irony poem by Timothy Hicks| Details |

Emergency Protocol

"Don't panic! Just pretend you're dead
and he won't even know you're there!"
"Seriously? And just who in the world
gave you that advice... the bear?"


Short Irony poem by Fatima Bhopali| Details |

Hopeless

In the hope to touch the sky 
I let my feet loose the ground
Infinite is the sky, little did I realize
Neither did I touch the sky 
Nor am I on the ground


Short Irony poem by Christopher Meyer| Details |

I Am

Stop running from it

Pray and try

I think you might like it

Really

I think you should try

Tomorrow is a new and your personal salvation is on the line


Short Irony poem by nana ayisha yakubu| Details |

My grandma

My grandma

I see her
Seating on her bed
Pillows propped with cotton
Circling her like witches
Around a cauldron pot
Her skin glowing
From her light within.


Short Irony poem by Robert Candler| Details |

Oh Well

Bill stared at a cute butt going by.
Wishing he were much bolder, he sighed,
"I would give all my pay
To roll that in the hay."
But looked up to see 'she' was a guy.


Short Irony poem by Carolyn Devonshire| Details |

Fall

Warm colors of fall

contrast in their irony

as cooler days come.

Let autumns bright golden hues

linger on landscapes longer.






*Tanka written June 15, 2014


Short Irony poem by Louise Holley| Details |

The lilly-WHITE gang

Chomping hard with false teeth
They never really bite
Standing on halos
Lashing out with smite
A big gang, meat, hangs
Rotting out of sight
Pick your own bones
Ditto drones


Short Irony poem by Anna Makoujy| Details |

Dancing to the Tune of the Donkey

The once was a lass with no class.

She was the world's biggest horse's ass.

Yet the irony remains,

that the girl with all the brains, 

listened to the lass with no class.


Short Irony poem by Jonathan White| Details |

Writer's Block: Rethought

I can't think

Can't write

The irony of this poem 

Is so great dispite

This black block

Weighing heavily on my mind.

So small yet so there

It's hard to define.

Uhh

Dang!!!


Short Irony poem by Victoria Anderson-Throop| Details |

Husbands are in heaven whose wives scold not

" Husbands are in heaven whose wives scold not"


His Heavenly garden
Seemed a loss without someone to share--
The birdsong missing was, he thought, the
Lack of nagging in his ear.


Short Irony poem by Tobi Osunkoya| Details |

The Game

I played the game 
By the rules for too long 
Called them out
Said they were fools 
When they did wrong 

But whoever wins playing fair
How can you win 
If you dont take the Dare ? 


Short Irony poem by Troy Jeremy Nelson| Details |

o

your only half as old as you are smart

by counting my blessings every day my hindsight doubles

all work and no play makes jack a dull boy



you wouldn't believe the irony....seriously


Short Irony poem by Scott Simmerman| Details |

The Boss - Maybe Tomorrow

With the boss pulling and the workers pushing, with the Square Wheels on the wagon and the round wheels in it:



The boss views the path.

Roll forward faster better.

Maybe tomorrow...


Short Irony poem by David Sollis| Details |

Exam Revision

A constant murmur,
with bickering voices
and occasional shriek of glee.
All when I'm trying to revise,
down in the library.



[written in 1988 - do they still have libraries in universities?]


Short Irony poem by stanley copley| Details |

AIN'T LIFE FUNNY

Ain't life funny

With it's turns and twists

The things life deals you

And the things you miss.



Ain't life funny

With it's irony and grit

You learn to laugh about it

Or just give up and quit!


Short Irony poem by Dee Baxly| Details |

Heavenly Nevermore

The sun has learned
to nevermore interfere 

with the moon 
and its stars

To give it a whole world
because the sun

doesn't need to stand in the way,
when it has free reign 
of the entire universe.


Short Irony poem by Scott Simmerman| Details |

If bosses would listen

With the wagon rolling forward on Square Wheels and a cargo of round rubber tires, the wagon pushers need change.



Are Bosses unaware?

Square Wheels are always thumping.

Listen. Small improvements here.


Short Irony poem by Douglas Dicketts| Details |

The Fool

Hate the fool who shot my bro

I hate the fool who shot me



Got a gun to let em know

Ill shoot their but Ill shoot their bro



And in the end I guess I know

Ill be the fool that I hate so



So what Shoot me!


Short Irony poem by Ediruma Edward Eric| Details |

The independent woman

The independent woman



Prejudiced in Eden

Scorned in time

Lame and down the pit

But still journeys West

With a vindictive heart

Swims in vileness

Reckons laughter in the pogrom

And clings to the spell of courage


Short Irony poem by Just That Archaic Poet| Details |

Point-Blank

Unnerving news, it lit the fuse,
And at "point-blank" range, I was shot
But then we found ourselves amused-
That you were dead and I was not!

*This is a silly piece, just written at the time, I suppose, for the sake of irony


Short Irony poem by Arden Gopela| Details |

WORD OF HONOR

                                                    With your mock-up words
                                    Neither you can be trusted;
                                                    "WALK YOUR TALK", ignored!








Short Irony poem by Eric Thomas| Details |

The Signifigance of Living Corosion

Death. A bright beacon in a sea storm
Endowing warnings of rocky shores.
"All hands on deck!" vessel now prepared;
The time-driven waves directing it
Homeward, no matter the ships technique.

"...I can feel my insides rotting..."


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