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Bet The Farm Poems

Bet The Farm Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of bet the farm poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for bet the farm.

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Yule Dew
For Christmas, what I wish to see
Is you naked under my tree
You can bet the farm
That I'll keep you warm
And as happy as you can be!...Read More
Categories: bet the farm, christmas,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member We Are Not Alone


Looking into space, my mind can't conceive
How we could possibly be alone, that would be naive
Odds are stacked against it
Would even bet the farm on it
C'mon people, I'm sure your senses have taken leave




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Categories: bet the farm, allusion,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Chimps


Chimps make me smile coz they resemble Uncle George
It's probably only a coincidence but I've long suspected his heritage
So I wouldn't bet the farm on it
But he does enjoy roaming the forests
Climbing trees in search of any confirmation of his...Read More
Categories: bet the farm, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member No Peril
When entering negotiations with a criminal mastermind
Who just happens to be a dictator, cruel and unkind
   of a country with a long record of opposing freedom
   and crushing opponents to death by choosing to bleed 'em

It...Read More
Categories: bet the farm, conflict, crush, loss, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sixty Seconds, One Minute
Sixty seconds, one minute is all it would take
for others to fulfill a small request that I made.
"I would do anything for you Bill, I would even die."
Well that turned out to be a pack of lies.
I needed a simple...Read More
Categories: bet the farm, anger, angst, cancer, caregiving, friend, giving, heartbroken,
Form: Rhyme



An Athiest Prayer
I harbor no resentment in fact the opposite is true
For what is really meant is that I care about you
Polar opposites are we in being so very far apart
I just want you to see what is truly in my heart

I...Read More
Categories: bet the farm, absence,
Form: Rhyme
Illusions
If everything is infinite,
And space goes on and on,
Then why will our reality,
One day, simply be gone?

In an infinite paradigm,
Should finite things exist?
They’re mutually exclusive,
Opposites on that list.

And yet, the laws that we perceive,
Are finite at their core.
For universes come...Read More
Categories: bet the farm, philosophy, religion, sciencetrust, truth, universe,
Form: Rhyme