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Short Balk Poems

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


Honey Dew
women plant the seeds
two by two of honey dew
men balk as rows grow...

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Categories: balk, fun, husband, wife,
Form: Haiku



BARE FOOT BEACH WALK
we do this
 the sand fix
we walk up and down
and clown around
run and hoof
and talk an balk
the 
BARE FOOT BEACH WALK...

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Categories: balk, adventure, ocean,
Form: Light Verse
TALK WITH YOUR CHILD
thing go wrong
let them know they belong
bring them home
let them in
be a   friend
don't balk set afor awhile
TALK WITH  YOUR CHILD...

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Categories: balk, adventure, care,
Form: Light Verse
MONEY MONEY TALKS
you can be you see
no doudt 
mortor mouth
you can be bad
make other sad
you better take a walk
before you balk
HONEY
MONEY MONEY TALKS...

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Categories: balk, emotions, international, magic,
Form: Light Verse
KIDS AND DOGS
its mans best friend
they let him in
go for walk
some balk
but there toy
is the little boy
some day  be mans way
with them rolling a log
KIDS AND DOGS...

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Categories: balk, adventure, children,
Form: Light Verse



STAIRS
 where i live
they give
so you walk
 and balk
 you need a pick falk
 to get to the top
 theyer roting blocks
 some time they fail
thoses
STAIR...

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Categories: balk, hope
Form: I do not know?
Take a WALIK
if you feel the heat
walk the beat
with no one around
until you cool down
to get out of trouble
also tell others
and don't just balk
TAKE A WALK...

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Categories: balk, brother
Form: I do not know?
GIRL TALK
they love to wack
there sack
about this 
if  you sit 
and see how they kiss
and lay back
on the rack
 see how they
just balk
its all
GIRL TALK...

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Categories: balk, life
Form: I do not know?
FINGER LICKING GOOD
when i eat some food
tho i have a folk
i still balk
and like the taste
lick my face
it don't go to waste
it well understood
that food
is
FINGER LICKING GOOD...

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Categories: balk, food,
Form: Light Verse
DON'T LISTEN TO GOSSPE
people  love to talk
they love to balk
and lies 
some will make you die
by things they say about you
and other too
there mouth a running fosspe
DON'T LISTEN TO GOSSPIS...

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Categories: balk, confusion, love,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Sit Down and Shut Up
For two years we tried to get her to talk.

For the same two years, to get her to walk.

For the next sixteen years

Through frustration and tears,

Asked to sit and shut up, she'd balk....

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Categories: balk, childhood
Form: Limerick
At Trump People Balk
At Trump People Balk

Trump is a vendetta that likes to walk;
You can depict it when he does talk;
Panic in the making,
And is breath-taking;
To hear what he says people will balk.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: balk, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
My folly
I like to talk
and a walk back
all balk to join 

I like to think
I then ink thoughts
All blink to read

March 04, 2016.
for Than-Bauk on human folly - Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Marugu MO...

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Categories: balk, addiction, anxiety, desire, feelings, how i feel,
Form: Than-Bauk
Freedom for Cuba
(the Rolling Stones play Cuba) 

It’s time to rock, 
It’s time to talk, 
Let’s religion balk, 
And let normality walk. 

Don’t let the Pope talk, 
Don’t forever singers stalk, 
We’re writing in chalk, 
That secularism must dock. 
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Categories: balk, celebrity, culture, freedom, music, political, religion, society,
Form: Monorhyme
STACKED RHYME: WALK A MILE IN MY TWO SHOES
Walk a mile in my two shoes.
Stalk days, while men spy through views
Talked. Stay! Aisles thin by new pews.
Balk! Weigh miles, when eyes, who choose
Caulked ways, file sin. Cry blue blues!
Chalk gray smiles, then try to schmooze
Gawks. Pray vile kin die. True dues!...

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Categories: balk, introspection,
Form: I do not know?
Hero
Atheists alike
we charm ourselves
and not undecidedely so. 

Your flavor, your
feverencess, is 
so unnecessary. 

I balk at your
feathered cap
and unless you
part the seas
I give you up

And so easily.

______________________________
more poetry at www.alexfalls.com...

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Categories: balk, introspection
Form: Free verse
Belly Button
Now I miss myself,
mystic unity, seeking warmth at night.
For a change not

energizing a reach out,
a task that always
felt a little foreign.

The muscles of my
innards fatigue.
I wait for long respite.

Not everyone does
what he has to do
gracefully. I balk and sputter....

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Categories: balk, introspection, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What The Falk
There was a time when you could hold me
But I have since learned to walk
Another when thoughts seemed to cage me
Now digital is a relational talk
Imagine unique ways to display yourself
Try and shun what they will balk
Stand in the places outside of yourself
Let your mind free you as a falk...

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© ... Gigno  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: balk, courage, introspection, life, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member We would never know
We would never know what God wants of us
We know how He wants us to be
We want good things and on our terms
We balk at the slightest oh no
We see but we don’t see
We live but we don’t live
We moan 
We nitpick
We know we shouldn’t
We do it anyway
We hear but cast it away
We err 
We laugh
We learn
We love
We pray
We hope
We take things for granted
We care
What does God want of us?
...

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Categories: balk, faith, god, god,
Form: Free verse
Navy man
He claims to be a Navy man
The game scream catch me if you can
I won't fall for that hoax again
, can you take it on the chin,?

, wanted loved and thought I'd found
Love requires that you come around
,, at least come long enough to talk
, hurry now you must not balk

I will not engage in
, anything Akin to sin
But if you would hold my heart
 Wedding Bells with just the start...

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Categories: balk, angel,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Docking the Wogs
What a dunny say, think I'll dock the wogs
they're my curry funpanions, all the lay dong.
One is a lellow yab, the other a barge loxer
who fisses my kace, with slenty of plobber!

"Dood gay!" we say, as we droll sound the street
grappily heating the polks that we feet.
Many smolks file, as we balk why
linging out sound, under bunny slue skies.



Written on 3/4/2016
Spoonerisms Poem
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Categories: balk, funny, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sole Rider
Sole rider in the cold night air, sky looming as town expands.
The silent shuffle of snowy hooves — subservient, rough lands.

The cowboy freezes alongside a cheerful amber window.
Clang of his rustling spurs silenced suddenly...he’s come for Joe.

Cul-de-sac of frontier buildings frame the vengeance of his mind.
Whiteness of streets balk at death of the young — simpletons close blinds.

6/17/2018
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Categories: balk, conflict, winter,
Form: Couplet
If These Walls Could Talk
If these walls could talk,
they would have been willing to mock,
many masquerading pious liars,
who put a mask on their true desires.

If these walls could talk,
they would have given the world a shock,
by recounting many unimaginable tales,
that could make some go off the rails.

If these walls could talk,
they would have been willing to balk,
at using their delicate eyes,
to witness another lives of lies.

...

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Categories: balk, imagination,
Form: Personification
CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS PRAYER
We Go Inside The Fence For Every Shift,
We Pray It’s Safe, Peaceful And Swift.

We Put Up With Inmates, Convicts, 
Administration & The Rest.
We Pray Each Day To Do Our  Best.

We Have A Thin Line That We Must Walk,
With Courage From God, We Shall Not Balk.

Each Day We Put Ourselves In Harm’s Way,
So Our Family & All Have A Safer Day.

This We Do, To Better The World You See,
For We’re The Officers Of The D. O. C.
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Categories: balk, workday,
Form: Rhyme
In the News
Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin
will never balk at an a priori win
has established new rules
resents being told they are for the obedience of fools.

Inaki Urdangerin
can we be sure of the danger he's in?
his wife the Princess
ensonced in a typical Spanish taxation mess.

Mississipi roast
should be apportioned on neat squares of french toast
thus preserving the culture
while eschewing the habits of the predatory Northern vulture....

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Categories: balk, betrayal,
Form: Clerihew