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Best Homophones Poems

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


Premium Member Having My Weigh With Homophones
'Tis know wander nor em aye telling yew anything gnu,
Hour tongue is awash with homophones confounding me end ewe.

Ah, two sea thee broad expenses from...

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Categories: homophones, humorous,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member HAIR RAISING HOMOPHONES
IF YOU READ THE WORDS OUT LOUD IT MAKES TOTAL SENSE!

Once eye never had a hare out of plaice
Now I’m going bawled and eye am...

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Categories: homophones, anti bullying, hair, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Playing With Homophones
The bain of authors, homophones, and this, I will add is not an ad in favour!
I have, I've walked down many an aisle on many...

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Categories: homophones, language,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Day The Stranger Came
The day the stranger came, we bade
goodbye to our mad sanity,
Our high hopes for humanity
traipsed off in treachery’s parade.

He took our trust and trussed us...

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Categories: homophones, betrayal,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
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: homophones, fantasy,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member Wordplay Extravaganza
Wordplay Extravaganza
Sponsor: John Hamilton

Bugs bunny was the silliest hare with such a bright future ahead,
he wanted to give Lola something special, but he gave her...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophones, animal, silly, proposal, , sweet love,
Form: Rhyme
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: homophones, 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: homophones, word play,
Form: Couplet
LOVE OF GOD AM I
I’m love, expressing the Creator’s heart
For God is love, and love is the greatest 
Magnifying miracle-mercy moves 
Toward prayer’s length; upward service strength 
Defying Venus...

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Categories: homophones, christian, faith, god, inspirational love, jesus,
Form: Blank verse
LIFE IN GRAMMAR'S WAY
              let today be the present tense.
     ...

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Categories: homophones, art, character, culture, life, miracle, success,
Form: ABC
Premium Member A Dude's Dilemma

They were to meet in middle of the mall
He clearly misunderstood... his downfall
If there had been some writing on the wall
This fight might not have...

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Categories: homophones, conflict, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
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: homophones, humorous, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member No Homo's Allowed
Eye wanted two right a poem
And eye new, eye was knot alone
Butt when eye red the contest rules
It said know Homophones
Now eye don't sea why...

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Categories: homophones, discrimination,
Form: Rhyme
FISH TO FISHES
FISH TO FISHES

They changed the "many fish," it is now called the "fishes"? 
As in more than "one wish" for our dreams, as in "wishes."
In...

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© Edlynn Nau  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophones, humorous, language, words, writing,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member PASTING PASSION ON PANORAMA
      PASTING  PASSION ON PANORAMA

  Watching frigid fountain from rigid mountain cascading in opulence
  splashing, thrashing, gurgling...

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Categories: homophones, appreciation, beauty, dream, i love you,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I ROWED MY HOARSE
I rowed my hoarse Dobbin along the rode home
When I road him I found that I was getting saddle saw
I sore a children’s park a...

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Categories: homophones, animal, children, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
A Homophonic Incident of Her Life
A Homophonic Incident of  Her Life 

It’s knot a ferry tail butt an incident of a pour girl’s life, weather you believe it or...

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Categories: homophones, humorous, word play,
Form: Narrative
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Categories: homophones,
Form: Ode
Homophonium
They’re having their tea over there,
To have two cups too,
We’re going to wear our cloths, where?
I don’t really mean to be mean,
So tear your tear...

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Categories: homophones, confusion,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Reed four Sound
Reed Four Sound
(a homophobic poem)
By Franklin Price
4/26/2015

Reed four sound 
Knot Goode grammar
Here watts hear
On my pinned paige
Eye right it hear
Fore ewe two sea
Cud bee a...

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Categories: homophones, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Too Many Words

The English language is really messed up
Not to mention, the confusion it brings
Sometimes, I don't undestand it
Just listen to some of these things

We have, "to,...

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© Larry Belt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homophones, funnylanguage, language,
Form: Rhyme
Love
1.Attraction

secret mirror
eyes and breasts
startle

sweet sadness
melted in
crystalline laughter

sun also arises
looking at her legs
horizon: woman's thighs

his hormones
may convert to
Mormons


2.Attachment

hot sand
is sticking to us
one single body

this wind away
kissing...

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Categories: homophones, art, happy, love,
Form: I do not know?
WRITE ME A TYBURN - HIC A HIC TYBURN




HIC, A HIC, TYBURN 
~~~~~~~~~~~


Windy,
Windy,
Whiney,
Winey.
A  day down a windy, windy road,
okay, me a whiney, winey toad!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Homonyms: Windy - Blowing.  Windy - Meandering. ...

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Categories: homophones, wind, wine,
Form: Tyburn
Premium Member Who Knows Them All
I finally stopped belittling myself for not knowing them all.
Because who does? 
I mean, really, WHO?
Maybe my mother.
No one else in my family.
There are 600,000...

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Categories: homophones, word play, words,
Form: Free verse
align the trisyllabic
align the trisyllabic
Words hide within the letters
No i can do better
I love the light that licks the darkest cloud
not right
Keeping petals as a pet
all will...

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Categories: homophones, poetry,
Form: Free verse