One Line Poetry Game


#969

tongues move and lies spout out actions are the only things that are honest


#970

Honest words can hurt, but sugar-coated lies burn like acid.


#971

Acid flowing through my veins and heart, I really would love to have a sweet tart.


#972

Tart teeth I suck on every time I speak


#973

Speak of me kindly when I’m dead and I’ll make sure to say thank you


#974

You are truly the star of the show, so tell us who you really are though.


#975

Though it was a whisper, the words broke my ear


#976

Ears that been deaf from the lies of the world and their harsh words


#977

Words of love and words of hate, have but a thin line between


#978

Between water and fire, the calm sea and the storms they hide


#979

Hide n seek is such child’s play, when are we going to see you slay.


#980

Slay the monsters that reside inside the ones that are eating you alive


#981

Alive is a word of many reasons, which is one of your favorite seasons.


#982

Seasons that make life and death a never cycle if only it would take me with them


#983

them people never seem to understand, they all are looking pretty bland.


#984

Bland lies dying my white tie that is tying tighter around my neck with every spoken business word


#985

words always triggers the fury in my soul, it feels my heart has been rammed by a pole.


#986

“Pole ahead!” yelled he, and stirred away the boat.


#987

Boat caught in a whirlpool, now I have to go to school.


#988

School, please, school teach, teach us about life. I go to you and still don’t know how taxes work, school, but I know Marie Antoinette was Louis’s wife