Poems About: CHICAGO
Poems on / about :
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301.Bejookee - Lincoln Park Zoo
I am Bejookee, puma queen
Of the realm of Lincoln Park Zoo.
From my ledge, I take in the scene.
If you're nearby, I'm watching you. read more »Ima Ryma
Many would take it
as the midway station to heaven
nineteen hundred miles up
can heaven be far away? read more »William Weiyi Marr
303.Dubey, Your English? My English, Sir, Bihari English, I Mean Hindustani English
What are you speaking, Mr.Dubey,
English is English,
Have heard about British English,
Spoken in the Oxcambridge areas read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
304.8pm, Sandymount Beach
Sometimes an author's
while-to-get-a-go-on is more of a
while than a reader can bear, more than a bearable
while; read more »douglas scotney
305.Keo - Lincoln Park Zoo
Keo, the chimpanzee, came to
Chicago back in '59.
A babe in the Lincoln Park Zoo,
Where humans came, line after line. read more »Ima Ryma
The T.V. houses that we see,
The outsides never seem to match
The insides - a perplexity.
Ah, plots that Hollywood does hatch. read more »Ima Ryma
307.Landscape With Big Car
With such a big car we're bound to come through
dead or alive
in the back of the neck a music
that never stops read more »Nicolas Born
308.Charlie Parker (In Loving Memory Of Sal Paradise & Dean Moriarty)
'Be not afraid of your madness
But understand it and use it wisely,
O' fortunate child of Buddha-Nature'.(Preface) read more »Shijin Taigu
309.Was The War On The Battlefront?
Was the purpose of this battlefront
To embarrass to offend and to affront
This Queen with your rude and
Your offensive servant? ! read more »RoyaltyPatrenia Turner, Queen Of England
310.The 1st of May
The 1st of May,
It’s a Solidarity Day.
I will not shout “Hurray”
But would like to say read more »Larisa Rzhepishevska
As the young man walks threw his streets dispersion
His brain rattled like it was urgent read more »Donte Trezevant
312.Voice by Ray Subrata
Orators to public deliver their gift of the gab,
They fire emotion, exalt sense beyond map.
The politicians like toads praise their well, read more »Subrata Ray