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Short Wishy Washy Poems

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

i am living the dream, charlie brown senryu
wishy washy me
mind always on the next road

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wishy washy, beautiful, inspiration,
Form: Senryu

Premium Member Sun Lover

Feel wishy washy today, what could it be Far as I know, I'm still the same loveable me Maybe it's the weather Knock me down with a feather Guess I'm just a serious sun-loving devotee

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Categories: wishy washy, happy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Wishy Washy
To vascilate is never any fun
Either go with the other or the one
Riding the fence not the bull
Soon gives all a belly full
of Quickdraw McGraw with an empty gun

For wisdom catagory

Jul 29 2010 For John's Limerick contest...

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Categories: wishy washy, funny
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A New World

Twas the day after Christmas and all through the land Exhausted humans were reclining... couldn't stand Putting salt in their coffee Feeling all wishy washy But happy to hear nastiness' forever been banned

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Categories: wishy washy, peace,
Form: Limerick
Wishy Washy { Poetry In Motion}
                                            the moon crossed 
                                       the Northern Lights floats
                                                  as the stars 
                                            crashed into the sea...

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Categories: wishy washy, imagination, inspirational, science, uplifting, visionary,
Form: Free verse

OXYMORON Newsflash:
"EARLY TONIGHT, according to HEAR SAY, things got PRETTY UGLY when a SINGLE GROUP of HELLS

(in a strange way, this type of wishy-washy lingo reminds me of our lovely National news)...

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Categories: wishy washy, confusion, funny, imagination, satire, teen
Form: Prose Poetry
clear-cut never
it never was
always fell 
within a gray area
even now through 
out this estrangement
nothing is cut-and-dry 
wishy-washy indecision
fills the space between us 
fills the distance between us 
seemly over at time but 
then out of the blue it's on again 
then it's off again once again 
a marry-go-round that never ends...

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Categories: wishy washy,
Form: Lyric
Dear Sister
As a rose, 
ever so beautiful, 
ever so attractive 

Perhaps, more so, 
to wishy-washy, 
whimsical wanderers, 
than hearty-heady,

Drawn to your vivacious, 
velvety beautiful petals
Only to leave it,
scratched and scarred
As a rose, 
ever so beautiful, 
and attractive
Perhaps, thorns for protection, 
must you have

For MQ...

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Categories: wishy washy, allegory, introspection, life, lost love, love, philosophy,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Prussian Blue
Prussian Blue

Let me tell you a little story,
Of an artist that I once knew.
A proud adopted Yorkshireman,
Who only paints in Prussian Blue.

Landscapes wishy-washy
Water colours from life, but not true.
A pallet of so many colours,
But only uses Prussian Blue.

To some folks he is a Master,
To others genius through and through,
But I never rated him myself,
Because he only paints in Prussian Blue.

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wishy washy, art, character, color, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Ah, tomorrow and tomorrows! A procrastinators’ catchall future days that he will borrow freely to do nothing at all; but presently those days will dawn calling due his declarations; promises he’ll not keep thereon: deliberate fabrications. His wishy-washy character lacks effectiveness and purpose; his favorite word is “later” which can be defined as fruitless. Is there any hope for him? No! as long as there are tomorrows.

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Categories: wishy washy, people,
Form: Verse
The New Year
The New Year has now started and we belong to new and exciting events. 
I love, I laugh, I smile, and I cry with happiness for all the new talents.
The New Year is all we need to have a new start fresh with ideas to share.
And I hope for the better we enjoy the new poems and show everyone we care.
The New Year is a way to be wishy, washy, and to show we are human with feelings.
With that in mind we are ready to open the doors to the world that we believe in.

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Categories: wishy washy, care, feelings, hope, new year, pride, trust,
Form: Light Verse