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Best Lesser Of Two Evils Poems

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Lesser of Two Evils
I only feel like a woman on the outside.
Because I like to win,
And men always win.
They are bigger.
They are stronger.
They climax faster.
And you never find...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, life, lovelove,
Form: Free verse



Ballot
Politics
Politicians
Definition: (Webster’s dictionary)
To deceive, dismay, confuse or blind 
How perfect !
Simply put 
Misplaced faith by the masses 
But truly not our fault 
Just a little...

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© Eric Nolan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lesser of two evils, people, political
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Trump's Little 'Read' Book
 The book of Trump is little read for minions are just fools,
As dropouts in the school of life, they don't have any tools
That rise...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, love, political,
Form: Rhyme
Last Train To Nowhere
I could hear the noise coming from his head
I chose the lesser of two evils quickly instead
I tried to move away and escape all the...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, crazy, dark, deep, fear, psychological,
Form: Rhyme
CyberPoetry: CyberHeist
Crime has moved from the streets to the laptop, and now it’s called cyber crime, 
you can sell an ounce, a pound, a nickel, or...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, philosophy, smart, social, society, spoken word,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member The Joys Of Married Life


Marriage has it's ups and it's downs
But it far exceeds the alternative
A lonely life without love and affection
Love's one of life's true superlatives

Some days we...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, marriage,
Form: Quatrain
Poor Swan Named After Trump
Poor  Swan Named After Trump

Trump lied and told another story
In each category and got the glory
Told bunch of bologna about alimony
Orange hair wore around...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lesser of two evils, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Limerick



freedom is only relative
our freedom's only relative, when everytime you watch the news,
they're beaming haunting images of
the lives lost, abused...
then we wash it down with a montage of...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, abuse, america, autumn, freedom, home, society,
Form: Rhyme
EIGENGRAU
Little escalations
Have turned into another scar
Self medicate on self harm
I spit upon my own self reflection
A mirror of self deception
Exasperate my own intentions
Of my own...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, anger, angst, betrayal, corruption, depression, solitude,
Form: Imagism
Damaging Calm
Swirling, chaotic, unending, torturous, darkness.  Black as the deepest black, he sits, 
wondering how could she nurture his dark side.  This blinding rage...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, angst, introspection, life, loss, philosophy
Form: Free verse
The Virus
The lesser of two evils, do two wrongs make one right?
The bullets may have steel hulls, but it takes powder to ignite.

The elephant in the...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, allegory, analogy, conflict, corruption, humanity, irony,
Form: Free verse
Hardcore satanists
world wars your mongering for
the big satanic bloodbath
more appealing to god
then two homosexual men
The devil may cry
my favorite angel facing a feat of unequal measure
since...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, angst, funny, sympathyworld, work, angel, angel,
Form: Free verse
lesser of the two
nothing sums up a
quitter like s/he who 
invests themselves in
“the lesser of two evils,”
bathing themselves in
supposed pragmatism,
walking with an illusion
of certainty that when 
faced with...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, life,
Form: Free verse
Arrows in the heart of dissonance
The truth hurts and you cannot handle the truth                ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lesser of two evils, appreciation, bible, deep, desire, freedom, jesus,
Form: Free verse
Unconscious
The fact that I loved her
Was my hearts undoing.
To let go was the lesser of two evils.
I found myself unable to.
The fear that I would begin...

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Categories: lesser of two evils, black african american, lost love, memory,
Form: Free verse