Short Break A Leg Poems
Short Break A Leg Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Break A Leg by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Break A Leg by length and keyword.
break a leg, care, cheer up, humor, humorous, hurt, wife,
Break a leg means good
luck right up until you do
really break a leg...
break a leg, allusion, friend, friendship, inspiration, inspirational, memory, remember,
You wish a friend luck
Affirming "do break a leg"
shows love not sarcasm...
Break A Leg
break a leg, endurance,
A starlet stands in the Green Room
Creating an aura of doom
She will face her fate
As a vampire's date
But the star can't climb out his tomb . . . ....
UFO Drama Group
break a leg, humorous,
Universal in high-school theater groups-
Final call from their coach, “Kids, go break a leg!”
Overanxious blonde runs to get the cast.
break a leg
break a leg, allegory, angst, introspection, life, loss, teen, time,
structure seems to soften slightly
under your steps; systematic leaps
up, over & out into the depths. eyes
dilate & grow cold from so many deaths;
no longer wept; burn out. here,
listen, the shout of sense echoes at our
expense, shadows the oncoming threat.
no more resistance, let all awareness go-
as the curtain releases, shields the show....
break a leg, sports
Amongst the fields of milk and honey
Run tight ends paid much too much money
Throwing pink pig skins
With nary a grin
Nursing booboos which aren’t real funny.
So, get your hot dog, buy that beer
Hear those skulls crack give a cheer
Break a leg
Tap that keg
We're building men here, ain’t that clear?
*Better known as the Nutcracker Sweet ;)
break a leg, friendship, life, loss,
end of day
cue dimming lights
in an unwritten play
one man show
cue spotlight filters
cut the prompts
a lit cigarette
with a tangerine glow
off stage left
cue silence and still
fondest memories spill
bon voyage, break a leg
Someone Else's Dream
break a leg, dream,
As white as a cloud
As blue as the sea
As dark as the night
And as black in a crowd
Decisions to make,
are not mine to break.
Must be a piece of cake,
but hard to take.
Someone else's dream
are just like a beam
But what about mine—
'cause for them it feels like a—crime
Sometimes I wonder,
if do they even care,
for the things I did—
break a leg—is all I need.
Once the sea calls me
I feel like I am free
For someone else's dream
Is like a cream...