About Top Pun’s Blog
Top Pun's mission is to maximize prophets. Top Pun creates serious, funny, and seriously funny peace and justice designs which are available on your choice of products such as buttons, T-shirts, and bumper stickers. Top Pun blogs to highlight additional facets of his word artistry such as pun-filled poetry and funny political satire, free posters, as well as political actions of local and global importance -- and don't forget the noncommercial, public health radio show available online, Just for the Health of It . Top Pun's serious playfulness ever reminds us that justice is no yoke, and the pun is mightier than the sword!
My Public Health Radio Show
- POEM: Judgment Call
- POEM: Flick Off
- POEM: Due Doo?
- As ma Taut Me: Owed to Presence Scent
- POEM: One Duck in a Row — Enough!
- POEM: Screw the All Gore Rhythm
- POEM: I’m Mutable Soul
- POEM: Detente
- POEM: What Counts?
- POEM: Gobble Gobble Gobble
- POEM: The Hit and Myth Nature of Cautionary Tales
- POEM — Hemlocking the Socratic Method [Curiosity Killed the Hepcat]
- POEM: Dread Full Theology
- POEM: The Dumbest Thing I Ever Metaphor
- POEM: The Die is Cast
- POEM: That Hire Power
- POEM: Replete the Sounding Joy!
- POEM: Unentitled Number Two
- POEM: Letting Loose Averse
- POEM: Attrition Verses
- THANKS for perusing Top Pun's word artistry!
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As you may know, I am a convicted felon, for refusing to register for the military draft, way back in the 1980’s when draft registration was reinstituted. I found such a mandate offensive to my conscience and world peace. I … Continue reading
Neighboring Accountability Several homes Down There is A child molester You can’t no For sure Buddies sow nice Too those knew Kids on the block How could you Warn up to him Surly there are other neighbors Axing the question … Continue reading
God’s Lazy As Thanks for nudging me From oblivion In too existence A billion years Of Sundays Ought too due Accept fore sustaining me Every nanosecond What have you Done form me Lately I find a deep source of gratitude … Continue reading
Below is the script for my public health radio show on immunizations. You can listen to the half-hour immunization show here. You can listen to the most current and all previous shows at the archive for Just for the Health of … Continue reading
Donald Trump’s promise to “Drain the swamp” from Washington, DC, is perhaps his most surreal promise of all. Today, President Donald Trump is campaigning for Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been facing mounting credible evidence of his predatory sexual … Continue reading
I have long been interested in happiness and happiness research. I recently stumbled across one of the most fascinating scientific articles of any kind that I have read in recent years: Some Key Differences Between a Happy Life and a Meaningful Life. … Continue reading
Their raw youth Was tenderly witnessed By age owed eyes In awe Their awkward glory Surpassing polished learning More than could ever anew This poem is a reminder to both young and old about the raw beauty of youth, the … Continue reading
Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah The news drones on Massaging and spinning Disembodied heads a top Heartless ‘n titties in dis cursive and desultry means Temperately flailing to wake us From our terrorific slumber Our tired and true rejoinder Hit … Continue reading
If you should believe The hole truth And nothing A butt the truth You may well be Full if it Perfectly primed For letting go Unable to be taken Any more By a singular won Given By an other This … Continue reading
He new Not the least bit sheepishly Just saying I am not the boss of ewes And ewes not the boss of me This is perhaps my first poem that might be best read with a New Jersey accent. This … Continue reading
Could it possibly be A cliff hangar She jumped In what felt Like A free fall The feint of art Closing their eyes Thinking this only is For the birds Or perhaps angels Or butterflies borne by the wind For … Continue reading