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Best Hooligan Poems

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

Halloween: My Favorite Time of the Year
Halloween: The Best Time of the Year

Everything about the nonliving
Everything about the dead
Scary stories to be said
Monsters coming out from under your bed
All in one...

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Categories: hooligan, fear, kids, fun, grave, halloween, october,
Form: Rhyme

Ham versus Hog
Let me tell you a story
From a time gone by
The tale of a greedy butcher
And a pig that could fly

In the little village of Piddle...

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© Ariella Ru  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooligan, animal, fantasy, flying, food, children, kids,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Lunchtime at the Nursing Home

Hungry for munchies, on his way to the lunchroom, 
a rambunctious, persnickety,“fuss-budget”, elderly
jittery, fidgety, geezer, named Cassidy…
whose questionable dexterity, aghast by a massive sneeze,
teeter-tottered precariously....

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Categories: hooligan, funny, people, old, old,
Form: Narrative
A Jim-Jam Mickey-Mouse Poem
A Jim-Jam Mickey-Mouse Poem

I think that you might never see
A poem as weird as this might be
For I’ll use luscious words
That otherwise might sound absurd

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Categories: hooligan, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme
Written August 22, 2012

When I can squalor victorious
It's when I'll say
That I'm a ruthless young hooligan
Just for today

Here in the bedroom
Crime pours out in the...

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Categories: hooligan, beauty, friendship, love, passion, sea, sensual,
Form: Lyric

succulent luscious dreamz
Malodorous tavern’s garret, the codger it accommodates, No more,
Fuzzled in brew, his fuzzy lady, her life she lives to abhor.

Randy colleen gape at her with...

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Categories: hooligan, fantasy, , sweet love,
Form: Couplet
I have been made mad before
With my clothes on my hands
Shabbily treated by children in the street.
My hair shaggy and rough.
YOu could see me going...

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Categories: hooligan, art,
Form: Narrative
This Union Means Jack
Twitching limply atop an Ulster lamppost
Like a hung man, legs kicking in spasm at the last seconds of life
Its bigoted purpose now spent and now...

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Categories: hooligan, history, nostalgia, political, social, urban
Form: Free verse
Born on the Goldhawk Road Two
My unusual physical appearance 
Was enhanced by a striking thinness, 
And enormous long-lashed blue eyes. 
Less charmingly, I was also the kind of 
Deliberately malicious...

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Categories: hooligan, childhood, culture, history, london, memory, music,
Form: Free verse
hello,my name is
hello my name is hooligan
years ago i lost my bestfriend
he laughed everyday
but left before i got to say
i love you
hello my name is dumb
but the...

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Categories: hooligan, beautiful, cancer, dedication, grief, loss, love,
Form: Rhyme
At War
At War
In the annals of history, records of what they saw
Anarchy, carnage and devastation men at war
World war one world war two, who can forget

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Categories: hooligan, anxiety,
Form: ABC
Space Object
A large black sphere that's darker than midnight
Floating in the distance against soft white	
A tube from the sphere not half as thick glides 
Shrinking into...

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Categories: hooligan, imagination, blue,
Form: Sonnet

I once had an affaire de coeur  with a foxylady, in fact a...

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Categories: hooligan, funny, me, old, me, old,
Form: Free verse
Shrapnel of Karma
To the North, South, East, and West...

Geniuses are lost in the jaunty jewels of rakish cads,

The hazard morsel palaver allot odium on idioms...

Rankle virulent mishmash...

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© R.G. Inigo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooligan, adventure, anniversary, education, children, funny, introspection,
Form: Imagism
An Eye For An Eye
Your son was a lowlife hooligan.
Last year he murdered my son.
When it came to having the ability to show mercy, your son sure did lack...

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Categories: hooligan, dark, death, evil, father, murder, son,
Form: Rhyme
I hate being categorized
He's this, he's that,this is what he should be like
He shouldn't have that many tattoos, he shouldn't dress like that
He's clearly a wannabe gangsta because...

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© Alex Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooligan, confidence, courage, culture, deep, judgement, leaving,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Zeitgeist Composing New Songs To Be Sung
  competing cousins, interbreeding homo-sapiens
  hominins humming mostly human song
  altruistic generalisers, ever close to dying ways
  opportunistic, never staying long


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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooligan, destiny, earth, hope, humanity, philosophy, power,
Form: Verse
We Must Act Before Axe Falls - part 2
air ring ma thoughts - no matter aye ham 
juiced one twenty first century mwm ape
serves as genuine s cape

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Categories: hooligan, abuse, america, anger, anti bullying, anxiety,
Form: Dramatic Verse
My new year
If there is life there 
must be an encounteration.
Even the moons and 
the suns, all get to return 
back if they passed 
to their eventual...

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Categories: hooligan, africa,
Form: ABC
The Ring of Marie
As a little lad next door
always did I fancy her
The ring of Marie the big girl.

Her finger had this ring
I thought of it as diamond

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Categories: hooligan, loss
Form: I do not know?
The fairy tales about crow Matryona
1.My familiar crow

A cheerful crow named Matryona lived in her small house.
I drank tea with her and observed,
As she played with a wind in leapfrog...

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Categories: hooligan, children, funny, tree, moon, tree,
Form: I do not know?
A Pair of Mallards
Lurking sun behind high trees,
Winking slit at frequent breeze,
Beside was ocean spread long,
Motion hides curious pride prolong
intrepid waves too rush bright,
O'er open moisture shell delight.


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Categories: hooligan, adventure, , cute,
Form: Didactic
While Daydreaming About Timepiece Inventors two oh clock
A quick and easy (makeshift, albeit very temporary) 
Cheap Trick would suffice in the interim 
(which might entail many generations) 
to rock a Super Tramp...

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Categories: hooligan, career, creation, devotion, humor, imagination, nostalgia,
Form: Ode
The sky grows old
If the sky truly felt for us it would grow old too
Such words I read, and thought
It does grow old, each day
The hours tick its...

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Categories: hooligan, sky,
Form: Free verse
Quit Being So Demanding
Quit Being So Demanding

March wind with misery before April and May
Causing asthma to flare up and fever of hay
You may be really allergic to many...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooligan, religious, sin,
Form: Couplet