Limerick Poems About Angst | Angst Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: angst, fantasy, funny,

A Million-Dollar Dream

One dollar buys a million dollar dream.
Lotteries excite thoughts of esteem.
One day I bought a ticket,
My angst began to fidget.
Until I screamed; then went to redeem!

Poem Details | by Jemmy Farmer |
Categories: faithlight, light, stars,

Beyond Place and Time

When reaching for the stars firmament
We rise above the mundane torment
Leaving the angst behind
Climbing higher to find
The power of our own conscious intent.

Each step empowers another dream
And beyond the clouds stars brightly gleam
The guiding light of old
For the daring and bold
Who hold on tight to their living dream.

We get closer each day as we climb
A little nearer to the light sublime
The way may wind and wend
As we strive to the end
To dwell in realms beyond place and time.

Poem Details | by Aniruddha Pathak |
Categories: happiness,

Happiness, no pet puppy

Happiness I thought was a puppy,
And got me a kitten plus doggy;
My days dawned with dog-walk,
Cat never walked my talk,
And still wondered what makes men happy,
The pets made me busy
To miss my angst easy,
Happiness, slave to notso any,
It wells from human bosom, you see.
    Reflections | 06.01.17 |

Poem Details | by Cindi Rockwell |
Categories: animal, christmas, funny,


Now Rudolph is known for big red nose
Dasher and crew for highs not for lows
These gifts both need fuel
And it’s gas, by rule
All to poor Santa’s angst when it blows!!!

December 16, 2018