Poems About: CHICAGO
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
ie saw Chicago through the eyes of a Child.
Like the beast, my heart is untamed, it is Wild.
The Guests are lucky to live here.
Therefore, ie live my life in fear. read more »Landrey
With a nail in your right hand,
and a nail in your left hand,
and a nail or two to keep your feet in place...
up there on that cross - - - read more »Barry Van Allen
231.New York Poems: Reaction
There’s so much movement,
but its all confusion I say
There’s height but where's the depth,
Is it wearing a mask? read more »Chris Osterbrock
So much has happened
I somehow hate to see it go. read more »Heather Darling
I was a gun-smith in Odessa.
One night the police broke in the room
Where a group of us were reading Spencer.
And seized our books and arrested us. read more »Edgar Lee Masters
'My age, my beast!' - Osip Mandelstam
On the lips a taste of tolling we are blind
The light drifts like dust over faces read more »Bill Knott
welcome to the O-b-a-m-i-n-a-t-i-o-n
he goes around and talks about race, and.....
he never ever says it to your face, and....
he calls the iraqi war effort a waste, and.... read more »chris bowen, a.k.a to wit
236.LOFTY TANGO IN LONDN 'SNOWY DAYS' - WAEL MOREICHEH
KINGS OF GENOCIDE in any place of world read more »WAEL MOREICHEH
237.Spring will come busting in
As certain as death and taxes
Spring will come busting in the front door
all fresh and green somewhere else read more »Michael Pruchnicki
In the moon Abib,
Try and meet Hanani and Mareshah;
For they will teach you the way to the truth.
Chaitanya, your love to me is like the greetings from Chicago! read more »Edward Kofi Louis
239.'Brisk Wind in Chicago' 12/8/08
Just for a moment, I visited you in my imagination.
Words of edification swayed my soul, and drew me into your destine place.
I took in the brisk, soft, smooth wind on my face.
I enjoyed imagining being at your lake. read more »Sallie Marie Tompkins
240.A 40-Year-Old Man Makes Attempts at Flirting with High School Cheerleaders
No, I am not
If I was,
do you honestly think read more »Adeline Morris