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Short Fly On The Wall Poems

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Fly on the wall contest
A fly on Oprah's wall.
I think I'll build an Oprah mall.
All of this money
And still no honey.
I'm bored, I think I'll buy Senegal....

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© Chris Matt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick



Premium Member A Fly on the Wall
I had a dream last night in bed
I was a fly on the wall overhead
But it was too real
No joy did I feel
I couldn't understand what was said!...

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fly on the wall, dream, humor,
Form: Limerick
A Spy Named Cy
We have this guy who’s a covert spy.
This sneaky little runt is named Cy.
Like a fly on the wall,
this Cy can hear it all.
He knows all that goes on in this sty.
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Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick
Advice Take It or Leave It
I once had a girlfriend to say.
Advice I can give you today.
   Don't linger inside.
   Take me for a ride.
And I'll do the same, let's go play!


For "A Fly on the Wall Contest"...

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Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick
She really did get this call
I wish I could be a fly on the wall,
  
When my poor old mother gets the phone call,

        “He’s here at the bar
  
        Quick bring us your car,

Your husband just got in a brawl”...

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Categories: fly on the wall, allegory, family, father, funny, husband, mother, wife
Form: Limerick



Premium Member Just Checking


A  fly on the wall I would like to be
Larry's mother-in-law I want to see
Is she that bad
Or is he a cad
Reporting  tonight on news , Channel Three


For the Fly on the Wall contest......

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Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Fly Spy
As a fly on the wall of Larry's domain

I would witness first hand the cause of his pain

        Once I saw what I saw

        Larry's Mother-in-Law

I'm sure that  I'd never go back there again!

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Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Limerick in Paradise
If I were a fly on their wall. 
And heard about Adam’s big fall.
I’d say “God please try me.
I’ll do better than he
If I weren’t so unfairly small”.




For Michael's Fly on the Wall limerick contest  won # 4...

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Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Cheat on Me, Cheat on You
I wish I'd been a fly on the wall

   When the 'other woman' got the call

       That he'd been untrue,

          Cheated on her too.

                Because a cheat is a cheat after all.







for Michael Falotico's "a fly on the wall" contest...

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Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick
Prize or Surprise
I spied inside walls to much surprise.
Sometimes with smiles, then tears, into rise.
Sometimes, some things, unheard,
Are better un-interred,
Truly this will never provide prize.



Written for

Sponsor Michael J. Falotico 
Contest Name "A FLY ON THE WALL" 
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Categories: fly on the wall, education, introspection, life, people, philosophy, social, visionary
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A Fly On The Wall
An old expression, “A fly on the wall”, Means the walls have eyes And ears to witness; What is happening. You want to know Who’s talking, what They say about You and others. You want to Be a “fly” “On the wall”. You know That they... Talk.
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Categories: fly on the wall, how i feel, image, metaphor, people, poems,
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
Premium Member Being Taciturn
Being Taciturn (TASS-uh-tern) By: Miracle Man 8/29/2018 She’s often outwardly taciturn in a group setting, Opting to be inconspicuous, “Like a fly on the wall.” Being attentive to others while mentally vetting, Often, her shorthand is chosen method of scrawl.
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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fly on the wall, wife,
Form: Lyric
Fly On The Wall
Unlike the social butterfly
 I am rarely even seen.
For I'm much more tamed
 Than the rowdy teen.

Comfortably I sit and watch
 All the commotion unfold.
Listening to all the drama
 And stories that are told.

Although in the crowd
 I might feel a bit small...
No way do I mind being
 The fly on the wall....

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© Mark Mason  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fly on the wall, perspective, self, solitude,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dining In The Oval Office
Overheard by a fly upon the wall

   During Clinton's tete-a-tete with his moll

      Order extra salami

         And a tad more pastrami

            For my pizza on your next service call

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

Placed No. 1 Michael Falotico's "A Fly On The Wall" Contest - February 2011...

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Categories: fly on the wall, funny
Form: Limerick
Fly on the Wall
Fly sat on a wall, evening
hungry and thirsty it was
Wet sugar was near is a dish

It thought;
“If I can fly down and taste
just enough of that sugar.
All the hunger, all the thirst
will be off-loaded.
My limbs I’ll lick long
My wings too shall be store”

It did it.
Stuck the fly was -limbs, wings
It struggled and wept
End times came hugging

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Categories: fly on the wall, political, satire,
Form: Free verse
A Fly On The Wall
Last night I had a funny dream,
It really made me laugh;
I dreamt I was a fly on the wall
As Jim Morrison had a bath!
I heard him sing his famous songs
That went to number one,
But when the bubbles in his bath dissolved
Was when I had great fun!
With all the myths that surround this star.
I can only say one thing,
With no bubbles left, I could tell,
Why he was called  "The Lizard King!"...

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Categories: fly on the wall, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Fly On The Wall
Fly on the Wall

I am the fly on the wall
I am seldom seen but I hear all
I watch your life like spectator sport
I want your love but always fall short
I am nothing special to win your heart
I am simply too plain we are worlds apart
I don't have your money or you're charm
I will never be the girl on your arm
I wish things were different I wish you knew
I wish that you loved me like I love you



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Categories: fly on the wall, angst, feelings, i love you, solitude,
Form: Lyric
I Am Somebody
You call me this you call me that
I'm weak I'm nothing as a matter of fact
I look past you and walk the other way
You can't take my pride away
You can't bring me down because I will always stick around
I'm strong you see stronger then you would ever think
You say you know me, well who am I?
Am I a fly on the wall or just passing by
I'll tell you this and you can go
I am somebody, somebody you should know...

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Categories: fly on the wall, black-african amerme, me,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Me In Three
Whatever in me may be good,
I think perhaps others should
Answer that question as they please,
And let their words drift on the breeze.

As to any bad there may be,
My evil will live after me,
That, at least, is what Shakespeare wrote,
Should I gainsay one of his note?

So what is special about me?
I'll fill you in on that for free:
Absolutely nothing at all -
Just another fly on the wall.

20 - 2 - 20...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fly on the wall, fate, how i feel, judgement, me,
Form: Light Verse
Fly on the Wall
The fly on the wall,
Hears me call,
Your name as,
You tame the dame.
You are driven insane,
Because nothing done,
Freaky with me is mundane.
The fly on the wall,
Knows your name.
The fly on the wall, 
Is eclectically entertained.
Our actions in the flies,
Mind is sweetly stained,
Because our ecstasy,
Is explained to that, 
Fly as a necessity,
And in all of its eyes,
Compoundly  good to see.

7-28-11
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Categories: fly on the wall, passion, me,
Form: Rhyme
The end
Place the coins over my eyes,
and lay me down to sleep. 
This mortal coil has sprung its last,
its time for me to leave.

This time has been no time at all, 
its true they say it flyes, 
Id like to be a fly on the wall, 
to see the truths and lies. 

I was taught as a child that we die and move on, 
but i refuse to accept that is true. 
For as long as you live and as long as you love, 
i will live on through you....

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Categories: fly on the wall, deathtime, me, time,
Form: Light Verse
The Mess We Have Made
Do you wonder what the Power above
Sees when He looks down on us below 
A planet once filled by nature’s hand
With clean air and water long ago.

And then man in his stupidity came
Pushed Mother Nature’s hand away
Upset the balance of ocean and air
Turmoil ‘n change were here to stay.

I would love to be a fly on the wall
And to hear just what He has to say
When He decides He’s had enough
Of careless man getting in her way.
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Categories: fly on the wall, mother, nature, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
an injurious fly on the wall
if i were a fly on the wall with a paintbrush,
i'd be lost and every reflex of mine would be disabled by confusion
my handicap would prevent experiences with bliss but would cause catastrophes with heartbreak
by dawn i would dead and unknown with the dried up earthworms beneath the ground of your throne
a familiar footprint would represent the mediocre attempt of my amorous stint....
....and splattered would be i, the proverbial wall dwelling fly.......

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fly on the wall, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member BETWEEN BILL AND ME
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if i were an invisible hood
a flight to Washington is my mood
i'd sneak into Bill Gates
snatch his billion crates
and snoop on secrets hushed by rich brood


how he snores, bathes, and blows his short fuse
a fly i’ll be primed for TIME’s scoop news
my bank book will swell
interviews I’ll tell
if Bill’s guards won’t sniff my stinking booze 


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(( for Michael Falotico's "  A Fly on the Wall" Contest))

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Categories: fly on the wall, adventure, funny
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The politician's roll
If I were a fly on the wall.
I'd dwell in the government hall.
I'd observe all  their ravings and rants.
As they determine the fate of the ants.
As they squabble, and bicker, and fight.
Their conclusions, all born of pure spite.
They march straight along party lines.
While the futures of bugs are defined.
They care not of hardships they'll bring.
When the worker bee's forced to sting.
But they'll regret, from their conscience, they strayed.
As the dung beetle rolls them away....

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© Joe Inka  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fly on the wall, political
Form: Rhyme