Best Cut The Mustard Poems
Below are the all-time best Cut The Mustard poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of cut the mustard poems written by PoetrySoup members
Just A Reminder
cut the mustard, love,
What does it feel like, do you feel the same
Do you still have that seductive style
Do you still have a soft, sweet tender young body
Time Will Tell
cut the mustard, dark, how i feel,
My soul I will never sell
Even if I got to go through hell
Time will tell
If I'll excel
Doing poorly or swell
Wherever I dwell
Crooked or parallel...
Decrepit And Mangy Old Folks
cut the mustard, life, old, old,
I live in an adult lifestyle community
So what exactly does that mean?
It means most residents are old farts like me
Though there's some under sixty it...
Jester Runs for a Royal Seat
cut the mustard, humor, political,
The Jester tumbled in
with his fancy footwork
into the castle's great hall,
raising his arms, waving to all.
He's dressed from head to toe
in humorous multi-coloured attire
Retire To Florida
cut the mustard, humor,
Retire To Florida?
By Elton Camp
It’s for old persons with leathery skin
The refuge of every sort of has been
Doctors who can’t hear a heart beat
cut the mustard, food,
Today I had some custard
But it didn't cut the mustard
Though I really thought that it would be the best.
Guess you can't make an assumption
decline of rich men
cut the mustard, funny, old, old,
The decline of rich Men.
The numbers of American millionaires have declined
I read this as a news item and was amused.
I know of...
Making Up My Own Mind
cut the mustard, confusion, introspection, life
Morning approaches out of another sleepless night
Anticipation gathers around my bedposts come daylight
Decisions made in the dark,they fade away so fast
Was it a dream of...
cut the mustard, abuse, corruption,
The alchemists of old sought transformation into gold
But today in an alliance with some modern necromancers
They have gained their fondest wish, created riches now...
Not quite forgotten habits
cut the mustard, analogy, appreciation, blessing, care,
It used to be that most of us Chatted over the fence with our neighbour for Free
Or even climbed over for a cup of tea.