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Poems About: CITY

In this page, poems on / about “city” are listed.

  • 229.
    Los Angeles

    Skyscrapers
    Break the sky,
    Smog chokes the air,
    Endless buildings go on read more »

    Randy Briggs
  • 230.
    Every city

    Every CITY looks different,
    if you don't think so you should see,
    why don't come with me,
    and see the whole CITY. read more »

    thomesha robinson
  • 231.
    The Story Of Ali Rıza And Ahmet

    How strange is the story of
    Ali Rıza and Ahmet
    One lives in the village
    The other in the city read more »

    Orhan Veli Kanik
  • 232.
    Lit-Up

    Lights of the city,
    You light up the mighty,
    Boulevards of light. read more »

    Vera Sidhwa
  • 233.
    The Birth of Unborn Cities

    I am born in unborn cities
    But in the night of the autumn of the Arab cities
    Broken hearted I die.
    I bury my love in Granada read more »

    Abd al Wahhab Al-Bayati
  • 234.
    Street Lights

    The city sleeps
    All around,
    Care gives way to slumber.
    A mile from home read more »

    Brian Sonberg
  • 235.
    Rain

    The heat of the city had burdened us much,
    It has got riches but not one moist touch,
    The torrents of sweats, the sighs of despair,
    The sunsaving stuffs, lotions in layers, read more »

    Bijay Poudel
  • 236.
    While in Goa!

    Coming to you Oh! city of beaches
    Ever nice your plesaure when someone reaches

    Everyone dreams of the times to visit read more »

    REETESH SABR
  • 237.
    City Dreams

    the city sleeps
    beneath my feet
    the glow of streetlights, cars, and store signs
    keep me warm tonight read more »

    Lauren Miller
  • 238.
    ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Incognito! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

    Walk in
    City’s familiar
    And unfamiliar
    Bylanes; read more »

    Mamta Agarwal
  • 239.
    Cahokia

    Cahokia, city that thrived
    Way back in southern Illinois.
    Unknown native peoples arrived,
    North America's pride and joy. read more »

    Ima Ryma
  • 240.
    I Refuse To Choose

    It will forever be a tussle
    between the city and the beach,
    the bricks and the sand,
    the morning rush and the quiet sunrise, read more »

    Shipra Agarwal
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