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Short Young And Foolish Poems

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Tavern of Love
Welcome to the Tavern off Love
the old and wise and the young and foolish we charge a dollar
for lovers and poets the wine is free...

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© Sajjad Ali  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: young and foolish, first love,
Form: ABC



Premium Member Great Advice


Abstain from wine, women, and song, mostly song Ya gotta trust me, have I ever steered ya wrong Okay one time back in '56 Said Elvis wouldn't be hit Young and foolish back then, but foolish all along
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Categories: young and foolish, fun,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Young and foolish
~Young and foolish
   Full of Vodka one hundred proof
   Young and foolish
   The Vodka proof measures a fool
   Carefree times remaining aloof 
   Measured proof of foolish aloof 
    Young and foolish 

For and in Honor of Dr Ram
And “Contest Rondelet” 
 By John Moses Freeman 
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Categories: young and foolish, introspection
Form: Rondeau
Premium Member YOU WERE MY FIRST

one after the other
all my mistakes i did with you
took life for granted
i was unseasoned and naïve
yes i should have known better
but i was young and foolish
it’s been a long time coming
i should have told you long ago
i have regrets and i’m sorry
can’t turn back the hands of time




posted on March 28, 2020...

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Categories: young and foolish, relationship, sorry, youth,
Form: Free verse
I'm sorry
I'm sorry for the pains
I caused you and your friends
I know no words can erase my actions
But then I was young and foolish
I know not love
I know not of the pains it can cause 
If let unnurtured
I'm sorry for the time I wasted to realize 
how precious you are
I finally know what love is
But now, you are no where to be found

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Categories: young and foolish, lonely, loss, lost, lost love, love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Two Lenses Unchanged
Two Lenses - Unchanged

When I was young and foolish
I’d do things not quite schoolish.
My naked feet danced barefoot  in the rain
splashing in water running toward the drains
until grams admonished me on my childish ways. 

Today,  I am always wearing socks and shoes
careful outside where my feet may get bruised,
but in the warm spring storms and  rainy days
I stand at the door and watch the children play
 whose simplistic innocence restores my youth.
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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: young and foolish, children, growing up, rain,
Form: Quintain (English)