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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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Wile the sands of time Make some wail and blubber In the aye of the storm You could sea it In the wides of her eyes Shown as bright as a thousand stars Her pupils As deep and rapturous As … 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
I am A bohemian, man Razing consciousness wherever Or whatever I happen to wander about Are you Brushed off by my long hair While you suck it up All the err Straining awe of your shabby tension In the face … 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
He saw The future In have Like sum carnival game Destined to win As if In sane As blown two bits Caught looking Like a fun house mirror Mirror on the wall Axing who is the fairest Of ummm awe … Continue reading
She collected Dangerous notions Putting them on A shelf like Sew many trinkets Going know where This poem is about living on the edge, the fringes, the margins — which are populated with dangerous prospects. This poem is about being … Continue reading
In oblivious camp The guard threw shoes at us My pair was too big to fill More suited to Tariq Though mine were newer Tariq’s were old And bound to be A little too snug Seeing more than a pair … Continue reading
In the tree of life I take my leave Looking not To politicians, generals, celebrities, or philanthropists For salvation Re-lying not On triangulating hourly opinions In gluttonous cynicism That fuels no bodies everywhere But their own Leaning not On skulking … Continue reading
My life is very Scuffed up Round the edges Hither too Better than A scarecrow Keeping Snobs a way As they brood Over heir dues Wile They are off Making hay Their own Abrade Turning straw men Into goaled Only … Continue reading
There was twitter Jen Facebook Jen Work Jen School Jen Family Jen Amongst others Never at risk That they would hookup Or unplug In some formidable Jen convention Or at least the latest version In some ever expending universe Wear … Continue reading
Chris and Pat were like twins Only he was more so This short poem uses ambiguous pronouns and unisex names to maximize the possibilities of interpretation. The underlying twist is that if two people are alike, can one be more … Continue reading
As The Tao Plunges I seek boundless horizons Beyond what can be billed What you can have Fore walls No bull work A retainer for passable living A cistern to dammed dreams Reining upon you Only knot to be brothered … Continue reading