Viceversa's Poems

Here's the list of poems submitted by Viceversa  —  There are currently 8 poems total — keep up the great work!

All truisms

If you can rest at end of day
And one good deed or thought relay
Just a kindly phrase you chose
To ease another's cares and woes

 A word that lifts a soul from sorrow
Try to do that twice tomorrow

But if at night you cannot find
A single

by Justa fort

added by Viceversa
15 days ago

Coyness, lost

Had we but worlds enough and time
Thy coyness would not be a crime
time and tide move sure and slow
as this lovers feelings grow
The river here though deep and wide
Could never keep me from thy side
I'd oft to Kent from Essex fly
to greet

by Woody ekerslike

added by Viceversa
1 month ago

Passion over fashion

Garments worn in slight distress
may signal wilful wantonness
delighting in dishevelment
enhanced by lusty devilment
A scarf about the shoulder slips
a belt displaced by shapely hips
the fashion items on display
may soon be found in

by Woody ekerslike

added by Viceversa
1 month ago


Fornicators unconcealed
Ignoble in their carnal lust
To wanting yearning
willing yield
in pastures green
they writhe and thrust

Voyeurisms gift to you
Whomsoever wants to view
Daytime fayre or woods at night
All laid bare in pale

by Tim Bucktooth

added by Viceversa
4 months ago


The spirits of wine sing to me
as a choir to the throng
In Crystal vessels pure and clean
They hum their siren song
Dry fruity, mellow sweet
Their praises must be sung
Tasty tantalising treat
Like poems for the

by E nofile

added by Viceversa
4 months ago


Out on a boat, with a threelegged stoat
A deaf rat, and a gerbil with piles
A flatulent cat, and a wonky eared bat
A hyena that giggles and smiles!
(No laughing matter)
Meerkat with a twitch, a warty nosed witch
Who had never once cast a spell

by Drew peacock

added by Viceversa
9 months ago


Had I but worlds enough and time
I'd draw my lover line by line
In all her carnal beauty posed
Her body wantonly

by Drew peacock

added by Viceversa
9 months ago

Winters Wight

Desolate beauty
Winters Wight
O'er strand and sea
A mystic

by Tim bucktooth

added by Viceversa
10 months ago

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