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Best Homophone Poems

Below are the all-time best Homophone poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of homophone poems written by PoetrySoup members

Premium Member Homophone - Girl And The Frog
Their once was a girl 
Knot two pretty an knot two ugly
Just a normal ordinary girl
She was inn love with the prints,
Butt couldn’t get clothes...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophone, girl, humor,
Form: Free verse

Here me write - Word play Homophone

Eye vent out on a clear blew ski day
the whether was read hot the hole day
Board eye go far a movie
Knot a sole hear maid...

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Categories: homophone, funny, humor,
Form: Limerick
Homophone Entry
He saw with sore eyes, a belle by a bell
With a smile he couldn’t resist.
He wondered should they wander and they rested a while
Ensuring they...

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Categories: homophone, funny,
Form: Rhyme
The Knight's Tale of the Night's Tail
Sir Homophone came to meet the maid that somehow stayed so slim.
Her feat was to stay chaste to him and yet by his feet be...

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© Tony Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophone, funny, happy, night, happy, night,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Translation of Wen Hairy Met Tarry
Somebody suggested I write the tale using the correctly spelled words because my story (below here in the Homophone contest) is simply too distracting to...

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Categories: homophone, fantasy,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member Errata Poem
"A person's tongue is a twisty thing, 
     there are plenty of words there of every kind, 

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Categories: homophone, confusion, funny,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Maiden And The Frog

In small villages,  near the castle,
lived a fair maiden with her father, a blacksmith

She had fallen deeply in love with the prince,
but couldn’t get...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophone, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
The Sole of a Soul
I am writing this poem about you!

It’s not an easy thing to do
because I don’t know you.
But I know there are billions
of people on this...

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Categories: homophone, life, write, people, cat, people, write,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wen Hairy Met Tarry
(Revised with new homophone added in. Thanks for the catch, Becca!)

*Wants upon **uh thyme inn uh would, uh vary gneiss prints named Hairy
met inn the...

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Categories: homophone, word play,
Form: Couplet
Two puns
one wearing his homophone                     ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophone, allusion, funny, humanity, humorous, nature, parody,
Form: Dodoitsu
Heart to Heart
Sing sadness now and again, but still sing
Kneel for forgiveness, yield weaknesses, kneel
Raise your head high for the banner you raise
In your heart keep me...

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Categories: homophone, hope, love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member A Homophone's Tail of Whoa
Aisle bee strait with ewe
Razed from berth two bee kneaded 
I'm knot hear too bee week, oar discrete .
If  Eye am aloud two bee...

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Categories: homophone, funny, funny love, lost love, love
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Screwed VII and a half
1) Any form – I am usually not fond of prose
2) 10 line minimum, 50 Line Max
3) No Names
4) No poems from any of my...

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Categories: homophone, humorous, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Ewe No A Lyre
This is my Homophone contest submission     

Ewe No A Lyre

their once was a man with a bore
who worked down at the...

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Categories: homophone, confusion, humor, imagination, poetry, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Returning To The Astral Nest
1.	The story started in sunshine on the sea shore
2.	in reminiscent ambience like the French Riviera
3.	where the colors of sunset were painting horizon.
4.	When twilight merged with...

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Categories: homophone, analogy, love, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Beautiful Sunny Day - Poetic Devices
  1. Today, the weather feels like heaven's bliss!
  2. The balmy breeze...

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Categories: homophone, beautiful, day,
Form: Blank verse
Inklings of Spring

Winter finally moves his lumpen sluggish weight,

Spring is like a shy dryad shivering in his arms

Wind's whippets droop to trifling whine

Sullen rain hisses to a...

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Categories: homophone, spring,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Twenty Poetic Devices of My Woe
My heart is an ebon swallowed night where nobody ever goes,       
raging in a recondite rift like ripples resounding...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophone, poetry, sorrow,
Form: Couplet

"Peace will come when Arabs and Muslims love their children
   more than they hate us."

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Categories: homophone, allah, conflict, faith, hate, peace, prayer,
Form: Senryu
On Wanting To Become A Bachelor
Less any objection with the missus,
versus never experiencing living alone
well...yes during that rough patch,
(sans during early adolescence),
I existed in a bone

huff fied impenetrable cocoon,
and just...

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Categories: homophone, culture, education, eulogy, father daughter, fear,
Form: Light Verse