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Best An Arm And A Leg Poems

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At Plaza Square
At “Plaza" square  
Where sugary stars kindle for the evening,  
A forgetting child wake up from the nap, 
Weeping over, dull night where...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, sad,



Broken Dreams
They said it was just a passing fad
Dark clouds continue to stay
You have to take the good with the bad
But the bad just won't go...

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© Billy Hitz  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: an arm and a leg, america, change, corruption, sad,

In the End
Two swigs of tequilla
Strawberry Daiquri
A pair of scissors
Some anger
Pain
Emptiness
An arm and a leg
Meke a good time
For shedding some blood
Tears anyone?
Breaths feel cool
Taste rebelious....

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Categories: an arm and a leg, peace,

MOTHERS DAY,
I remember, across the lake
in late afternoon taking playtime,
how visiting children in my line 
of vision gleefully hurled themselves 
into the water from a small...

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© Nola Perez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: an arm and a leg, childhood,

Not my words just sayin
cutting corners                       ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: an arm and a leg, culture, humor, humorous, hyperbole,

Premium Member My Charm And Humbleness
With my tongue planted firmly in my cheek...



We certainly can't all be movie stars
Who'd be left to go to the show
I don't mind being the...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, humorous,

The Lucky Ones
Lucky ones

Your pay is to break, to hurt, be bent and stink,
 the bank is your body, selling labor the means.

A wage is a a...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, america, horse, work,

Uncle Scam
you're no uncle to me
i earn my money and you take it away
you're just another word for organized crime-
who says that crime don't pay?

i work...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, song-lyricmoney,

Keep Quiet
The nights are cold but still the heat is on 
mourn for who? Why seek ye the living among the dead 
you been fed so...

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© Corey Ross  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: an arm and a leg, life,

Off The Top Of My Head
Off the top of my head
and in a blink of an eye,
wanted to write a poem
that was on the tip of my tongue,

Meantime was having...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, body, humor,

Premium Member I wonder

How many pleats perfect the fall in Radha’s sari?
What portion of turmeric flawlessly lights up mum’s curry?
Without spice, how can some people have last names...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, silly,

Where would i be?
Where would I be without you?

Would I really be on the path that I am now?
Or would my path be a different one
Would I have...

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© Trey Foy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: an arm and a leg, friendshipwords, me, change, love,

By Grace
How I've moved on, you'll never know.
When I'm gone, how will you run the show?
Someone else has come, to show me the way.
You didn't want...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, depression, lost love, love,

Trust was given and then broken
Trust was given and then broken
Kind words of marriage gushed out like a river
From a dishonest tongue
Sacrifices were made like for no other

Dishonest intentions were...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, break up, feelings, motivation,

To His Well-meaning Friend
Had we but oil enough and gas,
All welfare bill would easily pass,
And we’d be spending hard, I bet,
Without incurring any debt.
You, on the Moon, would...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, allusion,

Sharks
Rules are made to be broken
And maybe so are hearts
You would never fall in love if it wasn’t for Cupid and his dumb darts
There aren't...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, animal, heartbreak, passion, relationship,

I HAVE A DATE- IAN MUNYWE
I HAVE A DATE
I have a date,
with the Shylock.
I am raring to trade,
all my valuables.
That cost me,
an arm and a leg.
For peanuts,
with which to bribe.
The...

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© ian munywe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: an arm and a leg, africa, anxiety, poverty, work,

Acapulco
Acapulco

I’d love to go down to the sea again,
The sea and the Holiday Inn,
Where some of the guests are awfully fat,
And others are awfully thin,
Where...

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© Kit Webbe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: an arm and a leg, humorous, parody,

Mill Stones
It cost me an arm and a leg but I think it was well worth the cost,
I am not into jewellery in any meaningful way,
So,...

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Categories: an arm and a leg, addiction, allusion, analogy, anger,