Poems About: CHICAGO
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Poetry magazines are a lot of poo
They send your poems back to you
With little notes and friendly words
As a poet you`re a wordless nerd read more »Leslie Philibert
230.Cuddle/Coddle n' Coolie
How quaint, Molly-Coddle
never comes in here,
she's perceived things
that aren't. read more »Dog goD 8Hate
231.Waggle and Jounce
Out on the lake
the whitecaps leap,
old lions shot in midair.
Not far from the water read more »Donal Mahoney
232.NO more SUNSHINE
A new morning arrives but I can't see the sun rise.
All I see is the darken clouds in my light-less skies.
Heavy rain pours down from the clouds on my worn surface
Lighten strike thunder roars another hard hit to embrace read more »LoKis White
233.The Great Fire of Ingersoll
'Twas on a pleasant eve in May.
Just as the sun shed its last ray,
The bell it rang, citizens to warn,
For lo ! a fire appears in barn. read more »James McIntyre
I walked down jazz alleys rolling cigarettes
and a head filled with typewriter dreams,
silently praying to sidewalk Gods
for the inhaling of coconut rum, read more »Wolf Wandering
American egodacity read more »Gregory Allen Uhan
236.Black History Month
A pretty black girl in Chicago takes a stray bullet to the back,
another Mother standing beside a dark grave, while white America arms.
A black boy shot in the face getting groceries for his waiting Mom,
a congress so dumb white blind, they can't see this as wrong! read more »Alexander Downie
237.She is Nuttie in Her Own way
i send her
mail (110 volt,50Hz, american standard) read more »Atef Ayadi
238.Zone two: Le Temps Des Grand Explosions
je read more »Atef Ayadi
239.the need for drama
let us say, Goliath, finally realized that he
really loves Bathsheba who is now in Chicago finally taking care of the old woman.
Bathsheba sent the rumor that she is now living-in with somebody
and that is the end of their marriage. read more »RIC S. BASTASA
240.Honey, Why Did You Force Me to Let You Go?
My honey, baby, darling dear,
You claimed to love me
But how is it
That you cheated on me read more »Fatenia Oliver