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Best Get Your Feet Wet Poems

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Get your feet wet
 

She was only eight months old. Came to see the sea. First sight made her eyes wide open ... and ears listening to the...

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Categories: get your feet wet, journey, life, sea, spiritual,
Form: Haibun



A 'c' change
If you should search for knowledge 
To answer the riddle of your self

All the books found on every library shelf
Might not relieve your puzzle a...

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Categories: get your feet wet, courage, humorous, life, philosophy, riddle,
Form: I do not know?
Such a cliche
I'll drink to that, three sheets in the wind, the Booze cruise             ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: get your feet wet, funny, humor, irony, language, literature, word
Form: Free verse
Premium Member dearest mama, i'm okay
dearest mama

it's been three days now
but it seems a lifetime
I'm sorry it had to be this way
I really am
I can only imagine you on a...

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Categories: get your feet wet, daughter, freedom, grief, growing up,
Form: Free verse
Silly Poets
Thanks for destroying poetry
It was fun while it lasted
Your constant whining, relentless plea
You poets are all alike, filled with hatred
Mad at the world, denouncing lost...

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© Penn Kname  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: get your feet wet, art, people, visionary, me, write, lost,
Form: I do not know?



Message for the Undertaker
Yo bro.  . . got what you said,
look in to put us poets to rest,
I've got news for you home boy,
This turf ain't big...

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Categories: get your feet wet, change,
Form: I do not know?
The Human Mind
A person's mind is impossible to find
Their life experiences,
their knowledge, their emotions,
are like an ocean of light.
As soon as you reach the shore, you realize...

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© Bilal HB  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: get your feet wet, allegory, ocean,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I opened Paris' letter and cry
I opened Paris' letter and cry


my heart dropped
my fingers trembled
I opened Paris' letter
mama it's been three days ...
then the dam burst, 
not the happy kind
unregretfully
the...

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Categories: get your feet wet, confusion, daughter, growing up, heartbreak,
Form: Free verse
Waiting and Wondering
Once again, I lay awake
Wishing that sleep would grab and take
Me away to a better place
Where happiness lies face to face

Open waters, rolling hills
Tragic endings,...

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Categories: get your feet wet, hopesmile, time,
Form: I do not know?