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Best What A Way To Go Poems

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Premium Member What a Way to Go
Of course it would involve making love
If I had to choose the way that I would die
Fornicating until my heart gives out
Is something I might...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, funny, heart, heart,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member What A Way To Go
An old man bought her gems and he smiled,
Knowing where they would be in a while...
Sex with a young beauty,
Great legs, boobs and booty.
If he...

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Categories: what a way to go, age, appreciation, beauty, body, fantasy, girlfriend,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Villanelle: O What a way to go They Say locked in Lover's Arms
Villanelle : O ! What a way to go They Say locked in Lover's Arms

O ! What a way to go They Say locked in...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, bereavement, body, break up, cheer up,
Form: Villanelle
WHAT A WAY TO GO
IF YOU GAIN
YOU CURE YOUR PAIN
you did what love brings
yoy did your thing
so don't be ashame
let the wind blow
WHAT A WAY TO GO...

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Categories: what a way to go, adventure, fantasy, happiness,
Form: Light Verse
I SHUDDER TO THINK
 I SHUDDER TO  THINK 

I  shudder to think about the way 
Some  vegetables are  abused every day -
With physical ...

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Categories: what a way to go, funny
Form: Couplet
Spring Foward
Silence, the power of noise that brings stillness to the ear
Power, the audacity of every man’s desire to manipulate
Resilience, what a way to bounce-back, the...

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Categories: what a way to go, inspiration,
Form: List
Premium Member Dead Drunk and Pickled
From the dark vaults of Nottinghamshire's rich history
Full of intrigue folklaw and mystery
Comes a rather gruesome tale 
About a unlucky drunkard who drank too much...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, drink,
Form: Free verse



A Grandfather Clause
A Grandfather Clause

Maybe about President should take a pause
Bernie thinks there is a Grandfather Clause
That will enable you to run for President
Who from do we...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, allegory,
Form: Couplet
Whats Your Fear
The fear of my heart stopping, when I first say hello.
But worse would be if yours stopped, what a way to go
The fear of not...

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Categories: what a way to go, fear, friendship, fear,
Form: Quatrain
Don't Get Lost In Fantasy
Follow the Yellow Brick Road
So the song say

Follow it, follow it on down to something
Something good to make your day

Follow the Yellow Brick Road
To your...

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Categories: what a way to go, fantasy, fear, world, song, dream, people,
Form: Free verse
MIRACLE MIKE, ADIOS FOREVER
What a way to go,
The greatest show, 
Most on this planet, bidding adieu. 
Brilliant Jacko is no more, 
Yet his spirit still haunt’s the corridor....

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Categories: what a way to go, thank you
Form: Epitaph
" Demon's Deep "
What a way to go we say~
What a way to play~
Hand dealt us from top the deck~
So we bet it all ... no care o'wreck~

Sailed...

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Categories: what a way to go, seasky,
Form: Rhyme
My high school crush
My high school crush gave me such a rush in my glowing heart
He started to call me sweetheart
I was so stunned by that first phone...

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Categories: what a way to go, girlfriend-boyfriend, school, me, feelings, me, school,
Form: Romanticism
Birth Of A Tear
Journey began long before final descent.
It started deep within heart's well;
Rising to the top as a word called love.
Once danced so happily in eye's ballroom.

Now...

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Categories: what a way to go, imagery, symbolism, word play,
Form: Free verse
Almost One Ago
Blood has been spilled 
Wounds cry out
Relief is never found
Men inside shallow graves
Deaf to any sound
Burning flames lick the wounds
Many among the dead
Troops of headless...

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Categories: what a way to go, death, depression, sympathy, time, warlife,
Form: Free verse
DID U C WHAT TRAIN THAT KID GOT UNDER
   DID YOU SEE WHAT TRAIN THAT LITTLE KID GOT ON?

When your good friends keep dying around you life ain’t so great
You ask...

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Categories: what a way to go, angst, child, planet, drug, universe,
Form: Quatrain
I Like
I like the way you always remember that I like
my orange juice with pulp, my popcorn without butter,
and that I can’t stand squash – 
fried,...

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© L. Owens  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, love,
Form: Free verse
Last Few Seconds
Last Few Seconds

What a way to go;
Right down to last few seconds,
Before Green Bay won.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Tree Walk and Talk
I asked my beloved oak tree
if such a very WiseElder tree
could
and would
and should be mine
Unless, in the senses
I stand,
to smell
and hear
and feel
and taste and see,
in...

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Categories: what a way to go, caregiving, family, health, integrity, love, time,
Form: Political Verse
Brother with a familiar cover
Most look at the cover and never bother to open the book
What a way to go through life, everyone they meet judged at first look
Their...

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Categories: what a way to go, judgement,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Ogling The Fillies


In spite of my age, I'm still hot to trot
Love ogling the fillies but sometimes get caught
Been slapped on the kisser
Almost stopped my ticker
What a...

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Categories: what a way to go, giggle,
Form: Limerick
danish apparel
here me



here
me
i
say
ahh
danish
you say
excuse me miss
we have seemed
to have lost our kiss
ahh yes
here it is
beyond me
how this happens
your eyes have stunned me
as if to say your...

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Categories: what a way to go, art,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member motion
You see when we were denied
We all thought it was over
And what a way to go down 
To be one of the first to try...

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© cs parker  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, adventure, america,
Form: Free verse
Forgive and Forget
“Forgive and forget.”
Who said it first?
It could not have been someone who is living in today’s world of imbalance:
Children kept in concentration camps;
world leaders sucking...

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Categories: what a way to go, philosophy, relationship,
Form: Free verse