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Adult Games Poems

These Adult Games poems are examples of Games poems about Adult. These are the best examples of Games Adult poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Glass Half Full Glass Half Empty
Take a glass and fill it half full of water.
We have often heard by some the glass is half full,
by others the glass is half...

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Categories: books, day, games,

Premium Member Parrot Ting Reflection From A Barry University Graduate
There has been much about being on a stage 
Since I started dealing with that adult style wage 
The Orange one used to welcome the...

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Categories: football, games, holiday, how

Premium Member King Of The Hill
When I was a ginger eight
my many cousins and I liked to play
King On The Mountain,
or at least the older and stronger
enjoyed being on top...

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Categories: games, betrayal, community, conflict, cousin,

CELESTIAL GAMES

Thunders are
adult clouds
scaring little clouds,
children...
Lightnings are,
stretched out tongues of fire
in innocent celestial jokes...
Games of heaven ...!


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Categories: games, art, creation, heaven, metaphor,

Premium Member QUALITY TIME


She smiles and even giggles
When her cards are good
It’s the strangest game
With the weirdest rules
Yet she had the patience to teach me

Just a kid now...

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Categories: fun, games, grandmother, growing

Premium Member Summer Lacings
Summer’s seasoned lacings, all fetching,
uplift timid heartbeats with etchings.
Sunshine warmly touches me sky brushed.
Languid summer holds playtime sketching.

Touching water’s velvet soft richness,
sensuously tender in thickness,
captivates...

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Categories: appreciation, autumn, fishing, games,

Twisted Carnival
Twisted Carnival


Welcome to the madhouse, it's filled with mirrored walls,
Some that make you short and others make you tall.
There's plenty of games and carnival rides.
There's...

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Categories: dark, evil, fear, games,

Premium Member In My AlphaTown
In our wildly indigenous
western town
we have a notorious Ancient GoodWitch.
Like GrandMother Moon,
she seems to emerge with a new, yet old,
community healing process
about once a FullMoon...

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Categories: caregiving, culture, games, health,

Premium Member Aside to Wise Elders
To WiseElders
in whatever age you may be found
headed even further North
and South
as each full year
revolving passes,

Our shared yet wounded WinLose Adolescent
remembers your WinWin childhood dreams
of...

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Categories: creation, culture, dark, games,

a leftwinger
Left wing
Mother had tuberculosis and my sister, and I were
sent to a place, a children’s home with many houses 
depending on age and sex my...

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Categories: food, forgiveness, fruit, games,

Train Tracks
The Train Tracts
By Curtis Johnson

I can remember at least four things that we did on train tracks,
And one thing that I never did until I...

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Categories: adventure, childhood, children, games,

Premium Member Peek-a-boo- An Adult Game
Peek-a-boo
I see you
Hiding in your rhyme
Peek-a-boo
I see you
Come out now: it's time

One two three
Tagged! You see!
Now you know you're it
One two three
Come kiss me,
As on...

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Categories: games,

Premium Member Whistling In The Dark
(A Rave By A Poet)      

Remember when you were a child? 
Adults seemed then to be in control, 
Almost like...

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Categories: childhood, education, fun, games,

Premium Member Slamming The Door On My Hand
Our family loved Bingo…
Dad drove us to the door.
Not thinking about what I was doing,
Lost in my own thoughts, as a young adult.
My thoughts started...

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Categories: games, encouraging, family, father daughter,

Childrens games of old
I wish i had been a child  fifty years ago
They had such wonderful games to play
Which their siblings used to know
But not played much in my...

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Categories: games, nostalgia,