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Short Games poem by chipepo lwele| Details |

children of nowadays

More TV and VIDEO GAMES,less house chores


Short Games poem by Brian Strand| Details |

KISS-ME-QUICK

As

gorse

flowers-

out-of-doors

mating games begin


Short Games poem by A. Sanders| Details |

Modern Tyrants

Political Games

Played over the dying

Trophy of decay.


Short Games poem by King-Galaxius Stravinsky| Details |

Coach

Loves fanatic sports.

Games littles coach.

Short esquire ethic.


Short Games poem by Jacob WÖLF| Details |

FUN

Fiends and hobbies

Unlimited games, chats and time

Never wanted to end


Short Games poem by Xavier Keough| Details |

Cal Ripken

Consecutive games 

Played in diamond crested pain

An iron will of fame


Short Games poem by Robert Candler| Details |

Roll'em

One wake-up away
From the best day of your life.
Lifes just a crapshoot. 


Short Games poem by Mark Halliday| Details |

Starcraft

The Zerg are vanquished;

The Protoss have been routed.

Death's Avatar wins!


Short Games poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

No More

garbage cans are gone
three cans were taken from us
were done playing games


Short Games poem by David Whalen| Details |

Haiku of Spring

<center>March and April play
Chameleon gamesalways
Changeyet stay the same


Short Games poem by Matt Caliri| Details |

Why Poetry Doesn’t Believe in “Best” Poets

I am restless, boy!

And I dont have time for your

Silly, frightful games.


Short Games poem by Greg Jenkins| Details |

Who Knows

Like torcher while you watch and wait,

like getting off on hunger games fate.


Short Games poem by Adam Hapworth| Details |

Guys night

Cards flew fast tonight.
Guys told stories of the times.
Laughter and fun won.


Short Games poem by Marissa Faries| Details |

Playing Cards

Fun playing the cards,
Win, lose, one always must choose.
Card games never lame.


Short Games poem by Brittany Noel| Details |

A Glorious Day

Bright sky sun shining

Birds chirping in the day time

Children playing games




Short Games poem by Michelle Pryor| Details |

“Mind Games”

Bad thoughts racing on

sweet will drip from my nervousness

so life starts to fade


Short Games poem by Robb A. Kopp| Details |

Profile

Late nights on the net

Computer games my wife to get.

Youre my best friend yet




Short Games poem by Brian Strand| Details |

OPEN & SHUT

Hands

and

fingers,

making rocks

paper & scissors-

in old fashioned digital games.


Short Games poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details |

Nobody Listens

I speak, but nobody listens to me.

They are too busy playing

their new video games.


Short Games poem by Brian Strand| Details |

feignites

timeout

was no part

of games,instead,

crossed fingers,and this  shout

..feignites


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

SCHOOL TIME

stop the grim
meet new friends
summer at end
to leave  games behind
its again
SCHOOL TIME


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

WON'T BE

some won't this and that
slick like a cat
drity like a rat
you see
theyer just a
WON'T BE


Short Games poem by Crystal Seals| Details |

MIND GAMES





YOU'RE NOT GOOD FOR ME.



CHEATING, LIES , THE GAMES YOU PLAY.



I  DESERVE  BETTER.


Short Games poem by Jesse Jones| Details |

Untitled #321 / Games without frontiers

If looks could kill they probably will

in games without frontiers,

war without tears


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

TIME TO TALK

stop the games
its not fame
come together
that will be better
cool off take walk
TIME TO TALK


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

PLAYER AND GAMES

theyer slick very quick

make your eyes rain

it deep pain

and a shame

its

PLAYER AND GAMES


Short Games poem by Echo Fritch| Details |

A sigh of relief

Oh, so relieved

No longer burdened by your games

Toying with my heart and mind

I feel so free


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

THE MIND

it play games

you feel insane

it time

it s had sign

make you unkind

its the way of 

THE MIND


Short Games poem by Brian Strand| Details |

footle-FREEEZE

living



statues





NB Inspired by Children's games & street theatre(eg see my poem STILL LIFE)


Short Games poem by Sean Kelly| Details |

HAIKU # 15 .

THE  CHESTNUT  TREE  BLOOMS  .



BOYHOOD  DREAMS  OF  AUTUMN  GAMES  



WILL  STOOP  TO  CONKER  .


Short Games poem by Dom- X-| Details |

Mind Control Fun

Mind Control Fun

Games like TV shows
truth or dare jeopardy call
spin the bottle night



6/19/2011


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

DON'T PLAY GAMES

heres the deal

am real

this is my meal

am not insane

not looking fame

i just 

DON'T PLAYS GAMES


Short Games poem by Amin Tres| Details |

My MVP

MVP, Lebron James

You're the king of all your games

A true color of a leader

which fades to no reader


Short Games poem by Frank Polgar| Details |

Mind Games

Mind games,
They make us think,
The norm is not the norm,
Our thought patterns are being changed,
Unboxed.


Short Games poem by James Marshall Goff| Details |

A Tree Like Me

<center>Will they remember?

<center>Distant clouds were close friends once,

<center>Playing shadow games.


Short Games poem by Brian Strand| Details |

'NEATH A SPREADING CHESTNUT TREE

Sticks

and stones,

broken leaves-

conkers on the

ground-

games

of joy

fill the air

with a childish

sound


Short Games poem by Merle Manu| Details |

Gotchas

Gotcha games 

Get to going too fast

Too fat, too long

Too far gone



sexiest is better- 

Mae west's daughter


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

HOUSE POOL TABLE

 we all love to play
do it day by day
in this here no mouse
we do have a  pool
and love stable
a
HOUSE POOL TABLE


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

TWO FACED

you  play games

that ashame

stop this thing

it not what repect bring

you can get wasted

stop being

TWO FACED


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

PLAYING IN THE SNOW

its white 

it bright

lights up the night

it where we go

its a love show

me a friend begin

PLAYING IN THE SNOW


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

SUMMER KIDS ON THE BEACH

they run

to them its fun

to slash and bash

hold  hand each

 i love to watch and teach

SUMMER

KIDS AND THE BEACH


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

WHY PLAY GAMES

you won't me i won't you
bad too
stop that act
and lay back
am not a play thing
let do what passion brings
WHY PLAY GAMES


Short Games poem by Peter Duggan| Details |

Captcha acrostic

Y oung man, a poet of some form
U nderneath the stars he sits
J otting down sweet words this morn
V ery much enjoying it.


Short Games poem by lavanya ramamurthi| Details |

GAME HELD IN LIFE





LIFE is not a CUBE GAME.

to change it in any way,

to fix with any colors.

LIFE is LIFE.,

once it is fixed, it is fixed.


Short Games poem by Woodrow Rasley| Details |

Life

The heart is truth,
the mind plays games;
The trick to life is knowing
what is love and what is pain!

c2013 Woodrow Rasley, Jr.


Short Games poem by cory long| Details |

Summer Day

<center>Summer days are long and hot.

Kids laugh and have fun,

while playing their favorite games, 

in the summer sun.</center>


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

I AM WHAT I AM

i don't play games
not look for fame
of me not ashamed
my don't fall
not for all
am the the blame
 THEY CALL ME SAM
I'AM WHAT I'AM


Short Games poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

YOUR MIND

it can play games
you can forget your name
the minds not a play thing
it can change
don't go insane
read the sign
protexe
YOUR MIND


Short Games poem by Jesse Jones| Details |

Untitled #174 / A spaced-out moment

A spaced-out moment playing calculator games

in our calculus class, returned to infancy

within the boredom of checking homework


Short Games poem by Duke Beaufort| Details |

Top brass go for the gold (Faster is better in Vancouver 2010)

Athlete kabob meat to skewer

Olympic games meet the sewer

Those ratings too flat

Create new dangers that

Pander to the TV viewer


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