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Best Hon Poems

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


The Shoe Store Bantering
She jiggled like pink jello into the store
with platinum blonde hair and red rouge on her face
the shoe clerk mumbled it must be 1950's day
watching...

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Categories: hon, funny love, silly,
Form: Light Verse



GOLFING
You’re in Palm Springs, not much to do 
But golf and get some sun
Hop on a cart, still almost dark
Get out and have some fun

Line...

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© Vic Pister  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hon, funny, golf, sports,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Eskimo Nell and the Door Repair Man
For Andrea’s contest 
Show me the Funny (part two)

Eskimo Nell & the Door Repair Man

Now Eskimo Nell 
Has a story to tell
A tale, about my...

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Categories: hon, humorous,
Form: I do not know?
Walter
He stood and aimlessly watched the parade of patrons and volunteers that wandered daily past his kennel.  All so familiar, so ordinary.  Just...

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Categories: hon, animal, care, dog, friendship, hope, joy,
Form: Narrative
Just Another Sad Love Poem
My heart is torn to pieces. Really, it's on
life support. So bad that it's aching and this
pain is getting worse.

How could you be so cold?...

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Categories: hon, lost love, sadheart, heart,
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member A Heart-to-Heart Talk
    "Why do you love me, Dear?" she cooed.
    "You're cuddly, cute, and sweet," he said.
   ...

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Categories: hon, cute, love,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Who Are those funny Poets
John Wulf, with his funny Limerick antics  telling funny hilarious stories,

“viagraology

There once was a medical study
of things flapping flaccid like putty
those men given placebo
couldn’t...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hon, funny, people,
Form: Free verse
Tongue Twister
Twisted mister missed a tone
known to show a coloring poem
Tongue tied & bright eYes wide
Founded now the Seven inside
...and they smiled.

Spin a song come come...

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© Izzy Gumbo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hon, computer-internet, friendship, imagination, mystery, passion, science,
Form: I do not know?
The Avon Lady
Having another crisis,
and feeling overwhelmed,
Kim stared at the bottle, 
with all the pills,
feeling depressed and dismayed,
she felt she couldn't live another day…
Reaching for the bottle,
screwing...

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Categories: hon, faith, suicide,
Form: Light Verse
' He's Company ... '
‘ He’s Company ! … ’


He’s Not Down With Misery
 and Not Out with The In(flated)-Crowds
But He’s Up On Lady Liberty …
Laughing, New York-Minute, Out...

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Categories: hon, allegory, business, fantasy, funny, imagination, lifeeducation,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Mind the Paint
My mind a project of hesitation;
 draw an oval maze of meditation.
Enter penciled lines, make them squiggly,	
  then paint it yellow for Mr. Wigley.

Squeeze...

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Categories: hon, art, fun, humor, humorous, poetry, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Witchy Twitchy Itch
Yes, you're one sexy witch, dear love, but now it's Halloween,
    And I've a witchy tale to share, so keep your broom...

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Categories: hon, funny, halloween, humorous, light, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Threads
Did you ever wonder how things work in your head
How every thought you ever think is connected by a thread
Sometimes it’s just a little thing...

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Categories: hon, confusion, introspection, me, wife, me,
Form: Rhyme
Don't Lose Faith
Raise me up to His healing stream 
Don’t adhere to crazy-chaotic Calamity, my dear
Make believe is a dreary, dragging dream
Thrive to survive, my darling, and...

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Categories: hon, courage, deep, emotions, encouraging, endurance, faith,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member We the Eagles
To fellow young Eagles,
At poetry soup,

Such a confound,
The pull down,
Once an Eagle gets off the ground,
Flying I guess prohibited,
Once exhibited,

Good advice to fly,
Remove sty from...

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Categories: hon, allegory, lovelove, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Hallmark moments
Hallmark moments:
 
I like your face
Your flaxen hair
Your remind me of 
My old grey mare
 
You skin is soft
Your eyes are blue
But I hear you...

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Categories: hon, satire, me, me,
Form: I do not know?
My Fated One
In my dreams I think of you 
And pray you're not too good to be true
Such loving, tender words you wrote for me
Is this love...

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Categories: hon, lovelove, , fate,
Form: ABC
Premium Member 'Twas the Night Before Christmas--part 2


‘Twas the night before Christmas, and in my house dress,
I was mixing and dicing. The place was a mess.
All my folks were expected at seven...

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Categories: hon, christmas, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Left Behind Swagger

She swaggers over to our table
Whips out her pad from her apron
Pencil poised
What’cha want Hon?
She drawls
Soft pink lips in a little twinkled pout
The white frilled...

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Categories: hon, funny,
Form: Free verse
Folk Song of India Farmer, Clouds, Rains and Trees

A Folk Song of India

My Video Song is also on You Tube  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukRQxnYGQwQ&feature=plcp

Background Note: Its  a story of a worried Farmer 
as his...

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Categories: hon, inspirational, music, nature, song, old, rain,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Quick Slam
PD: "We should hang sometime? I mean, we're practically the same guy."
ME: "That is the worst slam, the worst insult I ever received in my...

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Categories: hon, slam,
Form: Rhyme
My Honey Babe
You are not as sweet as honey anymore,
I wish you will evaporate just like a water vapor;
You only love your bottle of whisky or your...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hon, slam,
Form: Rhyme
By Degrees
September I gazed outside with unease
When I heard it will fall in the sixties.
Then dad said we’ll soon be losing degrees;
To me these things sounded...

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Categories: hon, family, funny, dad, me, dad, me,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member Cold Snap
Jonquils bloomed overnight.
Purple crocus popped through
last year's mulch and sticks. 
Hyacinth buds nestled in thick
green arms holding snug,
ready to burst into color.

“28 degrees tonight! 
Back...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hon, spring,
Form: Free verse
' Constructive - Criticism ... ' ( An Oxymoron - For All, But A Few)
‘ Constructive-Criticism … (An Oxymoron, For All But A Few) ’

Constructive-Criticism Is Good, It’s True
But, I’ve Only Seen It Used Properly, By A Few …
‘Cause,...

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Categories: hon, education, introspection, life, on writing and
Form: Light Verse