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Bawdiness Poems - Poems about Bawdiness

Bawdiness Poems - Examples of all types of poems about bawdiness to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for bawdiness.

Premium Member For Jan - A collaboration
...A Tribute to Jan Allison, I miss her on PS! There's a sweet woman I know as Jan, a valued member of the soup clan. Her limericks are the best, Poop humor above the rest! Her long absence has......Read More
Categories: bawdiness, friend, miss you,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member HAND-PICKED BERRIES AND SUN-DRIED TOMATOES 1
...The following is a collection of selected critiques of the work of Zoltan Goliath and Otis Trench from a variety of media outlets. The views expressed therein are entirely unsolicited, uncompensate......Read More
Categories: bawdiness, mythology,
Form: Prose
Premium Member No More Bawdiness
... Okay gonna clean up my act from this day forth No more bawdiness, no talk of prosties of course There once was this pretty whore Oops, think I promised, I even swore Well one more t......Read More
Categories: bawdiness, silly,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Sister Jan
... Sister Jan and I connected from the start Our names are similar but that's only part Both talk about farts That's just for starts Bawdiness is our absolute favourite form of art<>...Read More
Categories: bawdiness, friendship,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member LOST SMILE : REVISED
...There was a guy named Al who lost his smile And being happy and cheerful was not his style Until he met Dan A real funny Man He told jokes that woul......Read More
Categories: bawdiness, humorous,
Form: Limerick



Mind's Rapport
...by Michaelw1two The bond between, mind’s words once penned and heart’s truth; exasperated thoughts expressing mind’s din, or clarifying those mixed deep within unconsciousness and callous dream......Read More
Categories: bawdiness, community,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member DRUNK AND IGNORANT
...A noble story one that ought to be our good host laughed and swore the games begun. Come match the knights tale if you can sir monk. To bellow arms and blood and bones he swore. A noble one I'll pay ......Read More
Categories: bawdiness, adventure, art, confusion, death,
Form: Prose Poetry