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Irony Poems | Examples of Irony Poetry

Irony Poems - Examples of all types of irony poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for irony.
Premium Member Just Passing Thru
Tell me fair wind Of whence you come And why you will not stay Complacent in arriving As you pass? John G. Lawless ©5/19/2022 ...Read More
Categories: irony, wind,
Form: Free verse

The love was perfect crime ...Read More
Categories: allegory, analogy, happy, irony,
Form: Light Verse
Beauty's Defiance
Beautiful women can be the aspects of ghosts, as their inner sincerity's hard to expose. Struck by the attractive feature, it's hard for the elegant creature's persona to be personified, character to be characterised. Warped...Read More
Categories: irony,
Form: Free verse
Sex Sonnet 7
Raw! His red pen fetch for more top designs Her paper squeezes and her table shakes Thus, he fears to keep writing his free signs She can't say if it sucks or really aches Soon the paper...Read More
Categories: irony, abortion, abuse, fun, heartbreak,
Form: Sonnet
Joe DeMino and Vijay Pandit : Teaching By Example
I If you're discovering love from earth to heaven, read Joe; if you seek beauty of daily living, read Vijay (under God's compassionate sun/SON) II Love without regret, love without shame Mistakes and all, accepted just the same Joy and...Read More
Categories: appreciation, art, bible, irony,
Form: Epigram

Premium Member Yearning
nothing can satiate yearning, except death ...Read More
Categories: death, irony, passion,
Form: Monoku
Time does not dye hair, don't disguise... just passes, and everything else grows aged,,, !...Read More
Categories: allegory, allusion, appreciation, irony,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member War of politics
The country is at war again War of hustle and bustle for power Power for self aggrandizement All in the name of democracy Birds of prey are in full flight Hunting for the Carcass Of the comatose...Read More
Categories: irony, abuse, allusion, angst, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Mind Your Chase
Lust wreaks, Love speaks. Lust appears pale, Love appears pail. Lust warrants you jailed, Love seeks you bailed. Lust travels near to sink, Love goes far at blink. Lust don't offer you much test,...Read More
Categories: irony, 3rd grade, 8th grade,
Form: Couplet
As Mother's Day winds down, cheering Sad Ones
I I must have TEA Must have been in a state Mississippi Must have sipped stale TEA WENT TO HorsePetal Flowery Hospital Recovered Nicely Re-covered Doctored prescribed wisely II Missus Have TEA Tennis T anyone Yes Tennessee - If Miss Sippy Wore her New Jersey What did Dellswear? Go to ALASKA ...Read More
Categories: america, funny, humor, irony,
Form: Rhyme
Praises and criticisms are parts of life, he said, Facing damnation is strife, like cheese—spread on bread; Are seasons and weathers, stay same constantly, yet? Like birds and flies one should have positive mindset. Volumes he wrote, on optimism...Read More
Categories: irony, suicide,
Form: Rhyme
The Revenue from Trasgressors
My name is The Law. My face is stern Toward transgressors, But I can use The fines they pay Dropping into the coffers! Bite Size Poem No. 43...Read More
Categories: irony, business, celebration, city, desire,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member truth a version
why do some seek the honest to god truth ~ is the plain truth different By David Kavanagh ...Read More
Categories: allegory, irony, truth,
Form: Monoku
Tis said we can have: “too much of a good thing.” Which prompts the question: “How much is too much?” Sadly, too much Is often “too little, too late” As it is the result of “too much, too soon” Because “too much is...Read More
Categories: humor, irony,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Psychic of Psyched
There once lived a man named Dean Who said he had a psychic gene But to one they knew That it wasn't true Cause he repeated the same routine!...Read More
Categories: dream, faith, funny, irony,
Form: Limerick

Specific Types of Irony Poems

Definition | What is Irony in Poetry?