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No Offence Poems

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Her name is Hope
Her name was hope...

He came in with a devilish look in his eyes , it was the lust 
that separates men from Christ, I am talking doing time 
for what crime?

Your skin color got you trapped in the same place,...Read More
Categories: no offence, africa, america, appreciation, art, encouraging, environment, extended
Form: Free verse

A Grave Man - Skeltonic verse
that erstwhile English bard
a sonneteer in part
was really an old tart
should've left head in cart
I cannot bring myself
in his poetry to delve
if he didn’t want to be
then surely let him be
some lyrically wax
I find it gross to t’ max
no offence...Read More
Categories: no offence, humorous,
Form: Verse

This is the tale of Edward Brown, a man respected in the town.
A model of sobriety, a pillar of society.
He lived alone and, in hot weather, he’d walk around in the altogether.
With neighbours few and far between, he...Read More
Categories: no offence, anxiety, death of a friend, rude,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FactoidMan and ShallowMan - Part 2
[Now ShallowMan is quite content
receiving FactoidMan’s consent
to quibble and express dissent
as long as keeping covenant
with fingers crossed and belfry bent
when viewing Facts in sealed cement:]

“The Facts you give me circumvent
those ‘truths’ your chuckles supplement;
although they might disorient
they can’t be wrong,...Read More
Categories: no offence, society, truth, universe,
Form: Rhyme
Time Traveller
I'm no disciple of H.G.Wells.
But when it comes to your love,
I'm a time traveller.
Believe it or not.

Way back,
When I was hardly eighteen,
Miles apart from you,
I observed your tender bosom,
In my adolescence fantasy,
Growing silently like twin plum buds
In your village's moon-washed...Read More
Categories: no offence, age, analogy, animal, anxiety, art, atheist, baby,
Form: I do not know?

To Autumn
All appear denuded
When you set in;
Forests, hills, rivers, winds and
The nymphs.

Even the angels look disrobed, and
Seem lying spread-eagled on barren clouds,
Sans their birthrights;
The luminous crowns.

On one of your bare branches,
My poetry perches, reminiscing
Spring days, in a mirage of
Dewy images cringed...Read More
Categories: no offence, appreciation, aubade, autumn, baby, bangla, baptism, baseball,
Form: ABC
An open letter to sir Depression
It took my last brain cells working together to figure out your gender.At first I honestly thought you were female considering how society says that those affected by you "are just seeking attention" , but when the sun was not...Read More
Categories: no offence, 11th grade, anger, confusion, death, deep, depression,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Tact

Just saying my canary was alive before you got here
Could it be your perfume? No offence to you, my dear
Common sense has eluded me
Need more tact I agree
Should have said, you're prettier that you appear!

...Read More
Categories: no offence, uplifting,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Murmurings of a lone man
The words of a lone man
The ramblings on a bench under a tree

The ducks and the geese looked on
Fed with his scraps, with all he could give

Murmuring thoughts
Murmuring truths
Murmuring reasons
Murmurings lose

Under the facade of a poor man
A man living on...Read More
Categories: no offence, abortion, abuse, betrayal, fear, lost, soldier, sorrow,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Strange Affair
I was listening to David Bowie's Life On Mars, I love his music and his lyrics too, and for it gave me the idea for this (It's just a bit of fun.  No offence to the USA hahaha xx)

It's...Read More
Categories: no offence, fun,
Form: Lyric
Polly Your A Tart -I am Cynical of Polly
Polly your a tart
and I knew it from the start
the quake in your bake is a major mistake

No offence can be your defense 
or shake and remake that you're FAKE

So I know you'll understand 
if I just vote for the...Read More
Categories: no offence, corruption, crazy, political,
Form: Rhyme
The POTD Blues
This poem is only meant in humour and is to be taken light heartly . . . 
No real offence is intended here - forever hold the peace . . . ; )

The POTD Blues

Woke up this morning not a...Read More
Categories: no offence, confusion, fun, humor, nonsense,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member I like Muslims
I like Muslims,
Particularly Yemenis
And Pakistanis (in Yemen)—
With whom, as a university don,
I happened to live for six years. 

Arabic vowels render 
A Yemeni voice gruff.
So even a greeting would   probably
Sound rude to you.

The people are all, like the...Read More
Categories: no offence, friendship, , cute,
Form: Lyric
High heels
High heels
By Stanley Russell Harris
The new mad author
& A Poetry Soup honourably mentioned poet

Why do women wear high heeled shoes?
I really do not know.
That’s because I am a man.
And my shoe heels are low.

Is it so when they are shopping?
In...Read More
Categories: no offence, beauty, clothes, confusion, crazy, feelings, women,
Form: I do not know?
A Jail called Zoo
THE ZOO is not the best place to visit with friends
To see poor animals kept in captivity for no offence
You walk around happily clapping and pointing
While the animals are standing and staring
You are wondering are they happy as happy as...Read More
Categories: no offence, anger, animal, depression, feelings, freedom, green,
Form: Ballade
Jesus Is Creator, Savior, Priest and King
HAIBUN 20170408

The Holy Spirit has led me to Jesus, the Messiah, called Yeshua ha Meshiach, in the Old Testament prophecy of a Savior. What the Jewish siblings saw in part – and the first disciples were observant Jews, as was...Read More
Categories: no offence, allegory, career, creation, jesus, love, marriage, student,
Form: Haibun
Artemisia, Part 5 of 12
Judge Daniele Saggio

This year of our salvation, sixteen twelve.
Now.  Gentileschi? Don Orazio?
This suit is yours.  You’d press it?  Drop it?  Shelve

it?  Very good.  And you are Tazzio?
Beg pardon, Tassi.  No, you’re new to...Read More
Categories: no offence,
Form: Terza Rima
Black and proud
Why is it that we as black (we being the black people who do it) have this sad tendency of thinking that white is the ultimate thing? What do I mean?

She's so pretty,ungathi ngumlungu?
She thinks she's better then everyone,and acts...Read More
Categories: no offence, africa, race, self, society,
Form: Free verse
Chatoyant Of Seraglio
She shed her clothes; fur and silk first
Petrichor lingered in her hair
Seraglio was the holy-grail
For most women of the enlightened age.
Not for her; Chatoyant lady with her lithe body
Was a warier of her country.
She was here to collect dirt on...Read More
Categories: no offence, adventure, beauty, birth, emotions, fantasy, men, world,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member What Is Love
Pomegranate days with a twilit moon at night,
never parting ways even when a silly fight.
Staying up late and laughing over tea,
for love is everything he is to me. 

Racing hearts connected-
sweet passion collected.
Never being neglected-
character defects accepted.

The center of a...Read More
Categories: no offence, love, passion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems About Femmes

Digging down deep for some poetic gems
So far I've found only poems about femmes
The kind that prance
Wearing no pants
Just love 'em all, and I mean no offence

...Read More
Categories: no offence, girl,
Form: Limerick
Dear Brother
Imitation is the best manner of flattery, 
Growing up in a dysfunctional family.
You were the only person I ever wanted to be,
A real life super hero no offence to marvel,
Every pearl of wisdom I treasure until I lay beneath this...Read More
Categories: no offence, brother, youth,
Form: Free verse
Lesson's Learnt
No offence intended to anyone from Caerphilly or Wales itself. . . 
Twaz the only place I could find it to rhyme with . . . : )

There was young man from Caerphilly 

Who was always playing with his willy...Read More
Categories: no offence, dad, humor, satire, son,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Fat People - XXIX
Unquotable quotes: Fat People – XXIX

(I know this piece sounds mean and cruel but as every single parent must have experienced, this is also the expression of utter exasperation, and perhaps there’s also the slightest hint of an iota of...Read More
Categories: no offence, abuse, chocolate, depression, health, humor, hyperbole, natural
Form: Epigram
Will Poetry Die
When there’s more writers that write
Than readers that read
Does the future seem bright
Perhaps poetry’s in need?

Was the melody mangled,
when the words lost their beat?
Was the common man strangled,
by the highbrow box seat?

Once weaved upon a well formed path
Before structure fell,...Read More
Categories: no offence, death, muse, poems, poetry,
Form: Rhyme