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Short Boor Poems

Short Boor Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Boor by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Boor by length and keyword.


Boor Door
A man was expressing his rage
By writing words down on a page
It was not his day
There was Hell to pay
When Trump locked his kids in a cage...

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Categories: boor, children, political,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member A Real Genius
There's a man I know, for sure he's a boor
Lives right next to a filth-covered sewer
   Yet he's a Ph.D
   A real genius, you see
COVID-19 holds its nose near manure...

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Categories: boor, health, humor, science, science fiction,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Limerick: Once a School-Girl who didn't like babies
Once a School-girl who didn’t like babies

Once a School-girl who didn’t like babies
Thought it’d be better than having scabies
So she engaged a Boor
To bore through the stuck door:
That’s how she got both babies and scabies.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: boor, sensual,
Form: Limerick
Boor
He composed a poem
That nobody understood
The applause so fulsome
He knew it was good.
It seems they’d rather
Clap clap clap a hand
Than truthfully admit
They don’t  understand.
And so the work of
The  poetic boor
Is admired and hailed
Because it’s obscure.
...

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Categories: boor, 9th grade, humor, irony, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mavis
Mavis was a party girl but a boor

   She's not welcome at parties anymore

      She causes people to yawn

         As she babbles on and on

            At twelve miles per with gusts to fifty-four

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved...

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Categories: boor, funny,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member A Personal Note
Never act like you know it all, or, Come on too strong or condescend, For you’ll be known as a perfect boor Even if, in your presence, we pretend Yes, avoid that reputation, my friend.
written March 1, 2022 submitted to "Bite Size Poem No. 48" Poetry Contest sponsored by Line Gauthier...

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Categories: boor, how i feel, image, self,
Form: Quintain (English)
Brevity

It's a crime that brevity
is ruined by the boor
who wallows in verbosity
'til I can bear no more!

Be brief in your delivery,
is all that I would stress,
essentials are what's needed
not the ramblings of excess.

If you're prone to be loquacious
best avoid my company;
long-winded dissertations
bring the devil out in me!...

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Categories: boor, on writing and words,
Form: Quatrain
Brevity
It's a crime that brevity
is ruined by the boor
who wallows in verbosity
till I can bear no more!

Be brief in your delivery,
is all that I would stress,
essentials are what's needed
not the ramblings of excess.

If you're prone to be loquacious
best avoid my company;
long-winded dissertations
bring the devil out in me!...

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Categories: boor, introspection
Form: Verse
Brevity
It's a crime that brevity
is ruined by the boor
who wallows in verbosity
till I can bear no more!

Be brief in your delivery,
is all that I would stress,
essentials are what's needed
not the ramblings of excess.

If you're prone to be loquacious
best avoid my company;
long-winded dissertations
bring the devil out in me!...

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Categories: boor, introspection
Form: Quatrain
Brevity
It's a crime that brevity
is ruined by the boor
who wallows in verbosity
'til I can bear no more!

Be brief in your delivery,
is all that I would stress,
essentials are what's needed
not the ramblings of excess.

If you're prone to be loquacious
best avoid my company;
long-winded dissertations
bring the devil out in me!...

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Categories: boor, philosophy
Form: Verse
Brevity
It's a crime that brevity
is ruined by the boor
who wallows in verbosity
'til I can bear no more!

Be brief in your delivery,
is all that I would stress,
essentials are what's needed
not the ramblings of excess.

If you're prone to be loquacious
best avoid my company;
long-winded dissertations
bring the devil out in me!
...

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Categories: boor, humor,
Form: Quatrain
prince of persecution
The prince of persecution, A petty little man, Petty ponsy polititian, Who picks on the poor, And thinks it’s grand? Blinded by it’s giant ego, Arrogant, bloody boor, a grinning, Has corruption opened doors? The evil side is winning, “People power” will turf him sure, If, not as brainless as before, Haw de haw haw… . Don
...

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Categories: boor, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Brevity
It's a crime that brevity
is ruined by the boor
who wallows in verbosity
till I can bear no more!

Be brief in your delivery,
is all that I would stress,
essentials are what's needed
not the ramblings of excess.

If you're prone to be loquacious
best avoid my company;
long-winded dissertations
bring the devil out in me!
...

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Categories: boor, allegory,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Elsbeth
Elsbeth

sinuous little pad foot
essence of dark design
twilight has released you
out of my back door.

bathe in black,
as it floods paradise
swirls with night sound
just beyond the porch light.

in that field of mustard
your iniquitous enemy
snickers wispyly
safe in an earth ship

sit still as pyramids,
a bastet,
proud familiar, not one gleaming tooth
would touch the boor tonight.
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Categories: boor, pets,
Form: Free verse
People Watching
Perhaps I am a frightful boor,
But your looks were a visceral lure.
I stopped and I stared.
What if I had dared
To ask your name? But I demurred.

I'd have followed you without a thought
By your face I was utterly caught:
Like a fish in a net
My whole world I'd forget,
And misfortune would then be my lot

People say it is bad to be shy.
Maybe not, as your smile was a lie.
Looking back I can see
You are stronger than me.
I'm glad I could not meet your eye...

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Categories: boor, fear, social,
Form: Limerick