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Poems About: CHICAGO

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  • 301.
    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
  • 302.
    To John J. Knickerbocker, Jr.

    Whereas, good friend, it doth appear
    You do possess the notion
    To his awhile away from here
    To lands across the ocean; read more »

    Eugene Field
  • 303.

    Infidelity is far more popular
    that baseball, barbecues or ball-room dancing,
    for changing partners when you're being copular
    apparently can be far more entrancing read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 304.
    brother joe zam

    finally brother joe zam
    the legal researcher from Dipolog has made it at last, to
    Las Vegas, now with cousins, all struggling to make both ends meet read more »

  • 305.
    Charley Plays A Tune

    Charley Plays a Tune
    By Michael Lee Johnson
    (Version 4) read more »

    Michael Lee Johnson
  • 306.
    Visit Me

    Visit me at the Washingron Park in Chicago and,
    You may probably meet President Obama around;
    For the love of his muse is for the whole world. read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 307.

    Walking through the haze, yet i can barely see,
    i cant find you, and i cant see me,
    you regret the day when i found, the hole in the ground,
    you told me lies, and lead me round and round, read more »

    Matthew Boisjolie
  • 308.
    The Red Flag

    The people's flag is deepest red
    It shrouded oft our martyred dead
    And ere their limbs grew stiff and cold
    Their hearts' blood dyed to every fold read more »

    James Connell
  • 309.
    Welcome To The World

    My heart is pounding at the speed of a drum
    Almost as hard and fast as the vibration of my phone
    Phone calls from family members all across Chicago
    Worries, cries, sobbers, and tears fill my ears read more »

    Lee Lopez
  • 310.
    Me and My Pony

    Me and my pony hooked up on the Chicago Eastside and went for a ride,
    we grabbed a corndog in Springfield and pulled our way on to Route 66.
    In Oklahoma we sat with an Indian chief, watching movies while lovers kissed,
    and turned a collar to a Cadillac ranch in Amarillo, blue lips and fresh Texas snow. read more »

    Alexander Downie
  • 311.
    Class Act

    When I think of the term class act,
    There's no one larger than Mr. T.
    From the south side of Chicago,
    When the streets were awfully mean. read more »

    Robert Edgar Burns
  • 312.
    Hummingbird Hotel

    There one was a Hummingbird hotel,

    in Lake Worth I remember it well. read more »

    Suzae Chevalier
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