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Not Playing With A Full Deck Poems

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Premium Member What are Idioms
You might take this with a grain of salt
Knowing I heard it on the grape vine
Why they let the cat out of the bag
I'd say your guess is as good as mine

They say I tend to sit on the fence,
Off...Read More
Categories: not playing with a full deck, character, education, humorous, language, perspective,
Form: Quatrain



Republicans Are Really a Rip
Republicans Are Really a Rip (Rest In Peace)

Took a jab at Jeb
Who might be a Johnny Reb
Should he ebb and ebb?

Full of ridicule
Candidates can be a fool
Mind has a loose tool.

Leaving things a wreck
Not playing with a full deck
Running neck...Read More
Categories: not playing with a full deck, encouraging,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Words And Phrases


What do you think of when I say the word “love”
Flowers, blue skies and sunshine
And so when you think of total “commitment”
It's a lifetime of souls intertwined

When you hear the phrase, “cool as a cucumber”
Does a vegetable come to mind
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Categories: not playing with a full deck, humorous,
Form: Narrative