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Best Dead To Rights Poems

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Dead To Rights

Was found dead to rights
As I conformed days and nights
All within my sights.

Jim Horn
Poet and Philosopher

Watching Abe Lincoln
Movie on TV....

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dead to rights, allegory, analogy,



One More Chance to Dance
If I could get another chance
Another walk
Another dance with him
I stand in a stance and glance at him with a frown
and knock him down to...

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© Cam Mac  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dead to rights, absence, assonance, betrayal, dad,

Death Don't Play
You made Death grumble, boy
He not pleased that a little squirt like you got away
He had you choking on your mama's apron strings,
with that foolhardy,...

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Categories: dead to rights, death, funny, humor, humorous,

Silence of the Lambs

Dueling Americans
love drawing blood from a distance
Crossing swords with their dogma guns ... 
a test of mettle:
Who will bow first
to the pressure building in their...

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Categories: dead to rights, political, society, truth, violence,

Raiders of the Forgotten
Such peaceful ways are now exhausted and on the rise. Superpowers cart off all the cries. As the once born freedom fighters retaliate with hard...

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Categories: dead to rights, adventure, anger, angst, art,

glance from God
a single glance from God blinds a billion evil eyes
a single glance from God binds and breaks a billion lies
demons doomed to die where angels...like...

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Categories: dead to rights, faithgod, god,

Love and Hunting, Part I
I was moving down an access trail
in my favorite Pennsylvania game land,
heading towards and open meadow,
near which I’d set up a tree stand.

Then came a...

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Categories: dead to rights, humorous, love, lust, nature,

The Peg-Legged Patriot, Part II
Jeremiah did not hesitate,
he drew one up into his sights.
His Kentucky fired in dawn’s glow
caught a redcoat, dead-to-rights.

The others charged, sabers drawn,
so Jerermiah fled into...

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Categories: dead to rights, adventure, america, appreciation, courage,

The Nightmare
I hear the roar of chariots
rumbling throughout the night
awakened from a sleep so deep
what I see gives me such fright
 
The weapons aimed at mankind
with...

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Categories: dead to rights, allegory, angst, death, fear,

Actual Miles
Hello love
Thanks so much
For the new shoes
You've got me
Walkin' in
You know they say you can't 
Judge a person
Til you've walked a mile
In theirs
My new ones...

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Categories: dead to rights, appreciation, blessing, happiness, i