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Best Ignoramus Poems

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Premium Member The Ignoramus: Who Is Not Far From Being A Fool
When everyone goes east, he heads west
to him, every dialogue is a contest
comes into an interaction as the biggest
then leaves agonisingly as the lowest.
When he...

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Categories: ignoramus, funny,
Form: Prose Poetry



AN IGNORAMUS
I neva envsagd dat I wil enta dis knd of mess
wat I dtest most in lif now covas me wit hs dress

No  notin ...

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Categories: ignoramus, depression, sad, me, drug,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Musings of an Ignoramus
Musings of an Ignoramus

Why wake up from this slumber
-Slumber in my ignorance,
And give up my bliss?

Why sit up and strain my lumbar,
Study hard to forfeit...

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Categories: ignoramus, confusion, work,
Form: Rhyme
Cosmos Configurator
When I gaze far off into the night sky
The chaos is not pleasing to the eye.
Seems there was never an overall plan
When the beginning of...

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Categories: ignoramus, fantasy, space, old, star, old, star,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Wishes
(on the basis of Max Ehrmann’s Desiderata)


Be calm, because it's vanity of vanities,
reach harmony taking a truce.
Be generous, despite “in vino veritas” 
all in the...

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Categories: ignoramus,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member HIDDEN MEANING







Nature's grand language

Speaks of harmony and love

Ignoramus Man!







© Demetrios Trifiatis
       30 May 2018...

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Categories: ignoramus, language, life, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Ballad of Danny Fine
Not too long ago, back about 1929
Was conceived a boy, name of Danny Fine
Born on a Thursday, 24th of October
A day the stock market turned...

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Categories: ignoramus, father, mother, relationship, son,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member The Poet in His Casket
The Poet in His Casket

Well, look at you lying there!
In your brown suit and gold tie.
How I want to hug you now!
You can't be dead,...

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Categories: ignoramus, angst, death, funeral, i miss you,
Form: Rhyme
X Continues Marking Many Spots
X Continues Marking Many Spots
                    ...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignoramus, age, innocence, life, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Musicianship
Musicianship 
(3 May 2014;  For my son Steven, an ACCOMPLISHED guitarist)

Real musicianship can truly drive you nuts—
There really are no “ifs”, “ands”, or “buts”.
Practice,...

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Categories: ignoramus, education, humor, inspiration, music, student, technology,
Form: Quatrain
Beyond Compare
Biggest Bra I Ever Saw

It was the biggest one I ever saw

So am writing a memoir about a bra;

To all laws known has an immunity

Based...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignoramus, fashion, humorous, hyperbole,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Un-revelling Rivalry
Un-revelling Rivalry

Who am I to speak of historical rivalry I cannot contest
all the clever myriad truths conjectures and refutations
about the two masters the two foes...

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Categories: ignoramus, art,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Face That Launched A Thousand Ships


A salad a day keeps the doctor away
At least that's what I've always heard
Well so far that's proven to be the case
Doc visits have rarely...

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Categories: ignoramus, memory,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Satire on Commercials
A Satire on Commercials

I Don’t Need It
But Gimme Two
Written: by Miracle Man
8/2/2017

Commercials are filled with lots of untruths and ploys, 
Using scantily dressed women oozing...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignoramus, satire,
Form: Couplet
World
                        ...

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Categories: ignoramus, happinessworld, truth,
Form: Fibonacci
Dynamic Duo

Dynamic Duo 

he was so professional she was so mean he was completely subservient to her 
she was so unclean together they licked the platter...

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Categories: ignoramus, business, political, science fiction, urban, work,
Form: Free verse
do not don't
A ten pence curve on a nine cent? Oh dear. It is a shame when the circles form. Either a circumference is allowed to exist...

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Categories: ignoramus, basketball,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member More Pet Peeves


How about when stores jack up their prices
Then reduce them and call it a sale
I've been on to these devious practices for years
Their attempt to...

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Categories: ignoramus, angst, humorous, vacation,
Form: Quatrain
Tom's TidBits
Cinqo De Mayo...When a Brooklyn thug target shoots at a floating jar of Hellman's.

Dutch- Where do they come from?  I've looked at atlases dozens...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignoramus, confusion, funny, imagination, on writing and
Form: Burlesque
Hillary Has It In the Bag
Hillary Has It In the Bag

To understand things often has been hard
So what is all of this about a Woman's Card
We find that causes every...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignoramus, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Couplet
Petition
         Petition

We animals and after mature cogitation
Enunciate bury the hatchet and in peace abide
To the law of...

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Categories: ignoramus, animal, crazy, irony,
Form: Rhyme
Daily Basis
6/18/17


A perfect picture can't be painted
Or always illustrated 

To those that respect me, I am gracious
Look, I'm sorry for the hiatus
And I appreciate your patience
Been...

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Categories: ignoramus, dark, how i feel, meaningful, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Shakespeare the Auditor
To tell or not to tell
that is the question.
If it is better 
to take up arms 
against tycoons
siphoning blood
from pension funds
or to endure
the wrath of...

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Categories: ignoramus, funny,
Form: Rhyme
The root of our fungus
I really think that you want to read on
... why?
well, because
you haven't anything better to do.

you are looking through the looking glass
eye
that has nothing to...

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Categories: ignoramus, animals
Form: Prose Poetry
BUST RUN
I am not easily embarrassed
But one day I was being harassed,
for breast feeding my child on the bus.
The ignoramus caused such a fuss.
I got flustered...

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Categories: ignoramus, anti bullying, bullying, caregiving,
Form: Rhyme