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Category: Funny Women Poems
       Classic humorous and funny poems for women, and about women. The good, the bad, and the lovely.


Tom's album was filled with the pictures of belles
    Who had captured his manly heart,
From the fairy who danced for the front-row swells
    To the maiden who tooled her cart;
But one face as fair as a cloudless dawn
    Caught my eye, and I said, "Who's this?"
"Oh, that," he replied, with a skilful yawn,
    "Is the girl I couldn't kiss."

Her face was the best in the book, no doubt,
    But I hastily turned the leaf,
For my friend had let his cigar go out,
    And I knew I had bared his grief:
For caresses we win and smiles we gain
    Yield only a transient bliss,
And we're all of us prone to sigh in vain
    For "the girl we couldn't kiss."

                                                 Harry Romaine.

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