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Short Affix Poems

Short Affix Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Affix by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Affix by length and keyword.

My lovely wife is attractive and fit
My lovely wife is attractive and fit,
She keeping the rule: "Never eat after six".
Six burgers, that all, what she usually eat, 
And after the six-seventh hard to affix!

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Categories: affix, funny,
Form: Quatrain

My hair is as the chestnut,
My eyes are china blue.
To a radish I am ancient;
To a tree I'm scarcely new.
I am tall and I am slender,
Both intelligent and nice--
Till I affix a picture fair,
May this portrait well suffice....

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Categories: affix, mirror,
Form: Bio
Premium Member A CUTE ANKLE
Alone, aging actor alive after abuse.
Adult adept, adapt action above acute ankle.
Admit ached, agree affix aptly crepe.
Ashen apres, amigo angry apart afore. 
Asked aloof aunty avoid awful baloo.
Alarm nurse ahead, agony alert.
Aggro afoot...adios amigo.


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Categories: affix, anger, care, courage, cute, hurt,
Form: I do not know?
VIII. Hubris

To peer into the limits of the observable.

Affix thy gaze upon the instant beyond the observed.

The foci of the fabric whispers transient uniformity.

Is it not hubris to assert understanding.

In folly the question begs.

© veritatem voluntatem 2015...

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© uns sdf1  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: affix, life,
Form: Free verse
Pardon to cause impair
Never meant to affront there,

Thought my smile will heal it
But I realized it annoyed you deep within,

Not bein to convey it
But I truly survey it,

Trust is the word that affix us
Causing two to annex up,

Don’t confront me each single time
As I am not always wrong to be bind,

Stay close if you ever cared
One sorry will make everything clear.

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Categories: affix, caregiving,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Prisoner of The Soul
Affix thy ear to mine
Let our mouths entwining
Capturing these sounds
Coming into remembrance
As old once told a long time ago
Your beauty once seen
Intriguing thy eye
Vast thoughts of desire
Yet today my eyes still see
My heart still pounds
In your presents
Lips have not lost their
Taste of honey, with
Eyes still intriguing my thoughts
I am the prisoner of your soul
Locked forever in my heart...

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© Bobby May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: affix, love, old,
Form: Free verse
Are you sure im just dreaming
What does it take to kill a man?

Oh, but if what you knew what a monster I am.

My dreams know the answer; they show me at night

They murder my family; they fill me with fright.

My family includes both my weirdo’s and friends, 

In a purgatory of bloodshed and terrors that never end.

Though coercion and tricks,
And anger and pain, 

My nightly memories affix

The sight of her crimson pooled in the drain. 


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Categories: affix, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Running on cold dark streets lit by neon lights
We raced like thunder under a moonless night
A gang of four, bold lads we were
Doing what we did best without a care
Springing over fences with spray paint in hand
Unto our target, a yellow wall we planned…
to affix our mark and make a statement
Pressing down on the canister to our hearts fulfillment
Upon daybreak, the world can see
Skill of our hands, the beauty of... graffiti!...

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Categories: affix,
Form: Rhyme
Stephen Miller
Stephen has won gold at three sequential Paralympics, 
In his event, the club, which you throw with everything, 
In Atlanta 1996, in Sydney 2000, then in Athens picks,
And then in 2008 in Beijing he won silver for his fling.

In the 2012 Paras he was captain of the men’s athletics, 
Then in 2016 he became an MBE for services to sport, 
He lives in Carrington Northumberland where he did affix, 
The Freedom of Carrington on 7th February 2014, fort.

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Categories: affix, body, health, motivation, sports, strength, success, world,
Form: Quatrain
Thank God for Noah
Father in heaven
Father of mine Christ
this soul throbs deep
within mine chest
causing limp these limbs
and my heavy breath for
the miracle You have
blessed me with

I love his reach
and tender kiss
his; rough Pops up and
ice crème drips
the notes poets affix
cheering Your gift

My loving God
in Christ’s precious name
I don this lyric
with You in mind

Yes, in your sublime
magnificent gest’
each day I note
Your love for me
Your doting gift

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Categories: affix, love, son, thank you,
Form: Free verse