Break a Leg



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Its April of 2017 and Day 02 of A to Z Challenge. I am doing Idiom a day and 8 line poem for the idiom.


Idiom: Break a Leg

Meaning: used to wish good luck, theatrical slang for ‘good luck’

Poem:
With,
Prejudiced agenda,
Humiliating roar,
Sarcastic grins,
Taunting deeds.
My dear,
For what waits ahead,
Break a leg!


Note: All the challenge prompts can be found HERE.

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41 thoughts on “Break a Leg

  1. And when one is low this should be a must read. Like always loved it .April is surely going to be very informative. Break a leg,clear as mud. I am learning all.

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  2. Idiom: Back Seat Drivers
    People who criticise from the sideline, much like someone giving unwanted advice from the back seat of a vehicle to the driver.

    Back seat drivers come to lead
    By molesting and flagrant deed
    Roaring with their messed up creed.

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