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Short Imperil Poems

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


Premium Member Illusion-A Pleiades
Imbues the ideas
Imperil sanity
Impinges as an arrow
Inflictes invisible 
Irritation in soul
Imprints an excrescence
Influencing feelings











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Categories: imperil, feelings,
Form: Verse



Last Straw Trump Possessed
Last Straw Trump Possessed

For a while now we stood aghast;
Trump had a tendency to procrast;
He is imperil;
Bottom of barrel,
And straw in possession is his last.

Jim Horn
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Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Cohen Sang Song
Cohen Sang Song

Cohen sang song which was a carol;
Now they have Trump over a barrel;
He started new cult,
Called sexual assault;
Not only that presidency is imperil.

Jim Ho Ho Horn

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Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Heard Trump Sing Christmas Carol
Heard Trump Sing Christmas Carol

Had heard Trump singing Christmas Carol;
Remembers when he was over a big barrel;
Hair did fade;
Changes made;
No longer imperil when he became sterile.

Jim Horn
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Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Church Had Us Over Barrel
Church Had Us Over Barrel

Church really had us over barrel,
Heard choir sing Christmas carol;
Terrible sound,
All around;
Ended up in danger and imperil.

Imperil means to bring into peril
or endanger.

Jim Horn
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Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick



Trump and Terrible Barrel
Trump and Terrible Barrel

Trump can hardly sing Christmas carol;
While his whole life has been in imperil,
And a lost cause,
With small, paws;
Someone even said his voice was sterile.

Jim Horn

We have heard another wise crack;
Trump then referred to token black,
And usual style;
Only one compile;
His house is shack with smokestack.



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Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Photon of Light
A photon of light enters this dented room Screaming past my phase of a seared existence Light escaped through the cracks of imperil doom Shelled by the dull pounding of acquiescence Opening the door to times external glow Beams of light digress extremes that are below Life increases with virtuous tender flash Expressionless blinds my every fabric sash
Russell Sivey ...

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Categories: imperil, life,
Form: Rispetto