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Ribald Poems - Poems about Ribald

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Premium Member Beyond Reason
... Rejoice! (snorted the shnook) the old ON & OFF automatically saved the fleet under the snarky sleet Hark! the Hocus propounds the Pocus Ribald revelry along hardships he would sigh......Read More
Categories: ribald, humorous, nonsense, surreal, word
Form: Free verse



A Omne and Scrappy Find
...Perusing some recently mindless & unlabeled shelfed works (my recently ancient poems), benumbed fingers pluck jumbled words; musings that had much meaning once but now seem more like the random ......Read More
Categories: ribald, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fairies In My Garden
..."There are fairies at the bottom of my garden"...from a song by Noel Coward. In gardens, glens, and forest glades That oft great banquet halls resemble, On a summer's night, If the moon is br......Read More
Categories: ribald, fairy,
Form: Rhyme
Daylight Savings Time March 13th, 2022
...Daylight Savings Time – March 13th, 2022 A long time graduate courtesy Hard Knocks alum, once again yours truly posts reasonable rhyme about shortest day of the year. Two o'clock Ante ......Read More
Categories: ribald, allusion, color, dream, flying,
Form: Rhyme
Argh Daylight Savings Time March 13th 2022
...Argh Daylight Savings Time – March 13th, 2022 Once again, yours truly dishes out his regular dose of literary gobbledygook even Count Dracula would not even bat an eye nor give me his evil cu......Read More
Categories: ribald, america, change, confusion, history,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member MORNING GLORY - CONTAINS INNENDO - BAWDY
... The farmer’s cock rises each morning It signals a new day is dawning His wife ignores him in bed Says she’s got a bad head Perhaps she requires pre-warning NB I BREAK NO......Read More
Categories: ribald, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member SWIRLING swatches
...flowing swirling swatches swarm&wind bloom blush brilliant thru my mind fervent fervid feelings flow show as expression outward flow flaxen yel......Read More
Categories: ribald, art,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Captain Tom
...Normally, I'd not "Dare" choose just one poet to honor. This time I have, hoping I don't blow it. I've chosen to break my "Silence" in "Gratitude" for "Captain Tom," a man who has a great attit......Read More
Categories: ribald, feelings, friend,
Form: Rhyme
Argh Daylight Savings Time March 14th 2021
...Argh Daylight Savings Time – March 14th, 2021 Once again, yours truly dishes out his regular dose of literary gobbledygook even Count Dracula would not even bat an eye nor give me his evil, ......Read More
Categories: ribald, adventure, confusion, evil, good
Form: Rhyme
Grandfathers Dreams
... My Great-Grandfathers are swapping improbable yarns. It’s a dream of course, the dead that linger close to our own dreams dream also -why would they not? They are telling tall stories to......Read More
Categories: ribald, poetry,
Form: Free verse
William Dunbar: Lament for the Makaris translation
...Lament for the Makaris ("Lament for the Makers/Poets") by William Dunbar [c. 1460-1530] loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch i who enjoyed good health and gladness am overwhelm......Read More
Categories: ribald, death, evil, fear, poets,
Form: Elegy
Limericks VII - Naughty, Bawdy, Risque, Absurd
...Limericks VII - Naughty, Bawdy, Risque, Absurd There continue to be modern sequels of the famous "Nantucket" limericks, including this bawdy one of mine: There was a lewd whore from Nantucket ......Read More
Categories: ribald, humor, humorous, light, nonsense,
Form: Limerick
Daylight Savings Time March 8th 2020
...Daylight Savings Time – March 8th, 2020 Two o'clock anno Domini nostri Jesu Christi hour hand clock sprung forward sixty minutes round about same of month every year, what a bum er, an inco......Read More
Categories: ribald, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXVII
...IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY - LXXVII IF ever I had a country proud of its wall-less porous boundary And if ever by no mistake of the Supreme High Command of the International Militaro-Business C......Read More
Categories: ribald, america, drug, humor, immigration,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Searching for our Roots
...Jig is to jiggle and gig is to giggle As wig is to wiggle and pig is to piggle But is civ to civil As drive is to drivel Scribe yields us scribble But does nib give us nibble Or quib ......Read More
Categories: ribald, history, universe, word play,
Form: Light Verse

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