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Best Cold Feet Poems

Below are the all-time best Cold Feet poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of cold feet poems written by PoetrySoup members


Morning Pleasure
cat laying on top
dog sprawled across my cold feet
coffee tastes so good...

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Categories: cold feet, cat, dog,



Premium Member Merry Christmas
The cold feet of winter step slowly
past December’s green leaves and red berries
hung from window sills and door jams.
Brightly wrapped in silver shooting stars
tied tight...

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Categories: cold feet, loneliness, lonely, longing, lost

Premium Member Silent Thoughts make their jaws drop
I have no wings only cold feet of clay
And I'll never touch the farthest round sky
Days come quickly and pass along the way
Forgotten and silent,...

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Categories: cold feet, poetry,

Rabbit DNA

Hare trigger instincts
always served Roger well
He had an oh, no-no lettuce nose — 
a hyper-keen sense   when to leave
Roger was rabbit good
at knowing...

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Categories: cold feet, parents, parody, truth, wisdom,

Tease
And yes, I love it
when everyone around, and
all of a sudden,
under the dining table,
you tease me by your cold feet.
...

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© M.H Emon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cold feet, desire, feelings, love, lust,

Marionette
Your crooked smile
A marionette with broken strings
So only one corner is pulled up

Save me from your eyes
Ruts in the road
Where all the good things pool...

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© Rainy Sky  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cold feet, courage, desire, first love,

Winter
When snow starts falling in Canada 
We know winter games shall begin.
Do we just sit around fireplaces?
No, that would be a sin.
Snowball fights daily in...

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Categories: cold feet, cool, fun, hockey, snow,

Premium Member Memory
Raging
The sea moves rapidly,
My mind does not
Move at all,
Gray feelers into the fog
Through the mist beyond,
Dew drops over my hands
And onto my cold feet,
Nothing equates...

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Categories: cold feet, life,

Late Night Drivel
I had my 65th birthday on Monday.
Here are some things that were clarified for me by friends.
I hope it is a sign from God that...

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Categories: cold feet, humor, satire, writing,

My Sacrifice
There was one girl I loved and let slip away.
She called me up wanting to talk the other day.
We met up later that night.
She told...

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© Chris Matt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cold feet, happiness, lovehappy, me, happy,

Premium Member FEET
FEET

When I hear the tick, the gong
Too long?
Too short?
I mumble, “Too damn long!”

Cold feet, raw,
How they poke out
And not enough blood to withdraw

Hah! A marathon,
Kick...

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Categories: cold feet, age,

Premium Member - Out with the King - In with the Queen -

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Categories: cold feet, me, winter,

Body Talk
BODY TALK
~~~~~~~

Suck thumb
Act dumb

Wide eyes
Look wise

Wise friend
Old hand

She lied
Hands tied

So cheap
Skin deep

Big nose
Smells rose

Sad pup
Chin up

Nice pair
Eyes stare

Felt heat
Cold feet

No buts
Have guts

Learn part
By heart

Young bride
Tongue-tied

No...

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Categories: cold feet, body, fun,

In Love- our story for contest
    In Love- Our story ( a sort of Sonnet)

 

That first day in the factory, your eye
had followed me as down...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cold feet, love,

Unpredictable Morning
The morning sun falls
Noises awake, passing crowds
once quiet again

Stand on the cold feet
Dew still not fade by the lights
Sipping my hot tea

Rectangle door closed
The framework...

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Categories: cold feet, nature, sun,

Thanks Mother
I had a mother once, twice, a third would be too much.
A sickly mother with her hands all shriveled, and feet cold.
The fingers were long...

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Categories: cold feet, absence, age, character, childhood,

The Hospice Shop
An icy wind blows,
Freezing winter snows.
Icicles hanging from trees,
Like jewels in a wintry breeze.

Cold hands, cold feet,
Hail, turning to sleet.
The sun now shines bright,
But the...

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Categories: cold feet, caregiving, hope, love, day,

Breaking Through
I drifted to this place	 
When might I drift away?			
Am lost in time and space		
Cold feet encased in clay		

Afraid.  I am offbeat			
Next year I...

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Categories: cold feet, inspirational,

Honey Bee Flying Around In Winter
I have been reluctant to pen this verse 
Because I don't understand what it was all about
I have been reluctant to pen this verse
Because I...

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Categories: cold feet, angel, blessing, business, community,

On
Out of the blue it dawned on me
he really meant it when he said
"all the world's a stage."
We play around our little parts
some parrot all...

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Categories: cold feet, allegory, god, life, metaphor,

Premium Member Left At The Altar - March of the Footle
"Left At The Altar"


Groom heat
Cold feet

Kill fear
Drank beer

Drunk fell
Deep well


3/9/2016



 
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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cold feet, fear, feelings, soulmate, wedding,

Premium Member JUST KISS ME QUICK





So many crumpled letters, and I still can’t exactly say
How my heart crawls for you as toes knot cold feet,
Oh Sammy, will you ever guess...

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Categories: cold feet, imagination, romance, me, kiss,

Submerged
Of all the thoughts
man's mind was
equipped to have:

the envious
the murderous
the suicidal
the joyous
the inexplicable

none come quite as dangerous as the
thoughts he gets in the shower. 

they...

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Categories: cold feet, people

Give Me Courage The Great War
Sitting and waiting for the whistle to blow again twice in just one day,
I sat and watched the various signs, the returning spring across fields,
In...

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Categories: cold feet, adventure,

Idyll of Daybreak Lake

Dreaming of idyllic forms
Puzzle pieces mold as one
Imaginary lines unrooted
Petty pebbles sink in twilight
Then suddenly I’m awake
Laying here at daybreak lake.

Early enough to see the...

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Categories: cold feet, adventure, change, childhood, imagery,