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Short Say What You Will Poems

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

A Moment In Time
Taken aback by a moment in time
His full lips pressed against mine
Over and over, drenched in ecstacy
My way was his way
and that made it easy
Say what you will, this trip is to tease me

Adrienne L. Gresham...

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Categories: say what you will, adventure, friendship, girlfriend-boyfriend,
Form: Acrostic

US Constitution movie theater montage
From the mighty quill feathers of post revolutionary colonists
a seething declaration that will stun the world. 
This is how its done, 
we dont mind you having guns,
say what you will, 
thou shalt not punish unusually, 
we make the laws, you interpret them...

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Categories: say what you will, dedication, history, on writing and words,
Form: Free verse
Do not judge me
YOUR REAGULAR EYES can see. so please dont judge me . say what you will 
about wat you see but please dnt place me in a  box, jar,paradox cuz beleive me i 
wont fit nor will i try so now my love walks away say good bye so please dnt judge 

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Categories: say what you will, life, love, teen, me, love, me,
Form: ABC
the fold
say what you will
in the guarding of ages
protecting the old
from the new of the young
they never stand still
these modern day sages
proclaiming the bold
with the measure of none

these garden gates
swing wide the hinges
to free the young
from the rust of the old
time will not wait
for this day to begin with
an invitation to come
join in the fold


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Categories: say what you will, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
You expect me to be perfect
with everything in place
So wrapped in your little world
of satin, ribbons and lace
The only thing you see are faults
and point them out each day
Seeing not the flaws within yourself
you rip more of me away
Say what you will, think as you wish
but I must make this correction
You give no credit for my being perfect my imperfection


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Categories: say what you will, introspection, me,
Form: Rhyme

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I heard about the word that’s absurd
if I may ponder and don’t wander it may be fonder 
then I may recite it , in spite being a bit uptight 
but I conclude I will be rude and most likely brood.
I will set it aside but not to hide, don’t say I lied
I kept my word to which is cured but somewhat blurred
say what you will,  get your fill,  but I’m not ill
I wasted you time with this rhyme, what do you want for a dime.


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Categories: say what you will, funny,
Form: Rhyme