Poems About: CHICAGO
Poems on / about :
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325.The Farmer's Daughter
Back in 1957, kissing Carol Ann behind the barn
in the middle of a windswept field of Goldenrod
with a sudden deer watching was very special,
let me tell you. Back then, bobby sox, poodle skirts read more »Donal Mahoney
326.A Body Found Dead Under A Lincoln Park Bench.
A body found under a deserted Lincoln Park bench...
Leaves ruffled into a nice neat pile.
Cacooned looking becomes this scene... read more »Michael Gale
327.Crocodile / Krokodil / Heroin
At first glance, this name conjures up images of the river Nile,
That most ferocious stealth fighter the one and only Crocodile, read more »Luke Easter
Born in May of Eighteen eighty-eight read more »Del a.k.a. Abe Jones
329.Kissing Carol Ann
Back in 1957
kissing Carol Ann
behind the barn
in the middle of read more »Donal Mahoney
330.William House and Family
Come all kind friends, both far and near,
Come listen to me and you shall hear --
It's of a family and their fate,
All about them I will relate. read more »Julia A Moore
331.Well Hello Mary Jo, Goodbye Heart
Senator Edward Kennedy is about to retire,
He has a book deal lined up eight million dollars.
He was one of three brothers,
-who stayed alive, read more »Joe Rosochacki
332.All Is Well
On October 20,1828 started the journey of a man,
and a life of many ups and downs began.
Horatio Gates Spafford named was he,
and throughout his life, many trials he would see. read more »somebody else
333.Burr(r) Oak Cemetery aka How Cold is That!
In the south side outskirts of Chicago,
Where President, then US Senator, Barack Obama made himself known.
In Alsip, at the cold-hearted Burr Oak Cemetery, the owners,
-If you want to know, read more »Joe Rosochacki
A dinosaur that’s tiny
when compared to T. Rex has been named
by palaeontologists who have acclaimed read more »gershon hepner
335.refinement of a pot
Refinement of a pot appears effete
if you don’t like irregularities.
Once baked inside a kiln the searing heat
preserves forever angularities read more »gershon hepner
ValentinesDay read more »Charles Hice