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Best Bite Off More Than You Can Chew Poems

Below are the all-time best Bite Off More Than You Can Chew poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of bite off more than you can chew poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member Enjoy Yourself
You work and work for years and years. You're always on the go. 
You never take a minute off, you're too busy makin' dough. 
Some...

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Categories: bite off more than you can chew, life, song-work, fun, kiss,
Form: Rhyme



The Dragon and the Unicorn
One day Diaz the Dragon was hungry, but too tired to hunt
"Hmm, what's good to eat, I've already had a lamb, but he was a...

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Categories: bite off more than you can chew, child, children, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
IT WAS A SETUP
IT WAS A SETUP

In the beginning the was word
And the word became flesh
It was a setup! When a virgin was with a child
And the little...

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Categories: bite off more than you can chew, betrayal, christian, evil, jesus,
Form: Ballad
Moving Your Metatarsals
Moving Your Metatarsals 

This is dedicated to Julia Ward
Unsure of where poetry ship is moored.

Distinctly from every ones due accord
We are looking forward to reading...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bite off more than you can chew, analogy, humorous,
Form: Couplet
No Cross surrogate
   

     Such is your 'No' phobia, you repeatedly bite off more than you can chew
   ...

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Categories: bite off more than you can chew, metaphor,
Form: Personification



Premium Member Aw, Cmon Man
Aw, C’mon Man
Be honest With Me
(more idioms)
Composed: by Miracle Man
 4/12/2020

“Whatever greases your wagon” is fine with me,
but “don’t bite off more than you can...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bite off more than you can chew, humor, truth,
Form: Lyric
DON'T TRY IT
BROKEN I AM NOT DESTROYED I DON'T THINK SO I HAVE RISEN FROM THE ASHES LIKE THE PHEONIX WAITING TO BLOSSOM LIKE THE ROSE THAT...

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Categories: bite off more than you can chew, inspiration, journey, mystery,
Form: I do not know?