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Short In The Cards Poems

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


footloose and fancy-free
footloose 
fancy-free 
wish to be 
so carefree 
not in the cards 
for me to my dismay
never was one so free
its not in my DNA i fear
to be such a one...

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Categories: in the cards, age,
Form: Lyric



Lighter
Give me faith 
I said once before
Give me a reason
I don't know anymore

For awhile I thought
Something left me
But I didn't know 
I just couldn't see

It needed some rest 
For it works so hard
Then someone said 
It's all in the cards

Thats when I realizes
I don't control fait
I thank that person
Cause it's not too late

So I took off
With a God like speed
Like this beautiful sunset
I'll be what you need...

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Categories: in the cards, me,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Three Dog Nights
Three nights have passed
He was dead to the world
A pirate to some, a scoundrel to others
Whiskey bottles littered the room
On the third day
He rose again from the dead
His pal Johnny Walker by his side
Walking was not in the cards
He fell back into his shroud
Buried
A poor man with a heart of gold
He believed in resurrection
Many a time he proved this himself
One day, in the back of his mind
He hoped
God would take him seriously
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Categories: in the cards, imagery, mystery, philosophy,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Forgotten Star
In her days of glory  she was a Movie  Star
A symbol of beauty,  even from afar
Winning a couple of Academy Awards
Her fame and fortune were in the Cards

But the years had crept upon her  face
Now wrinkled by time's inevitable  embrace
She had gotten  weak  and could not stand
Without being given a helping hand

Now she's tucked away in some obscure place
Faded are her beauty and grace
Her memories now are often scarred
She had now become a forgotten Star



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Categories: in the cards, introspection, life,
Form: Rhyme
Frustrating Game
Don’t you hate it when the offense goes three and out? As far as the team goes, it leaves me with qualitative doubt. Victory does not seem to be in the cards when the team has three downs, and can’t move the ball ten yards. There are many plays where they can either pass or run. However, they can’t get it together and go undone. Four quarters go by, and they can’t get a single score. Many fans like myself are finding this game a bore.
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Categories: in the cards, sports,
Form: Rhyme