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Poems About: CITY

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

  • 349.
    'Dem Inner City Blues'

    I got dem Inner City Blues,
    The same ones that made Marvin wanna Holla!
    It's hard for people like me to get a dolla,
    So i can make ends meet read more »

    chandra rome
  • 350.
    Twin Towers Toppled Of Heart's Sadness And Memory.

    Ye twin towers have toppled of heart's sadness of New York City...
    Twas twin building's toppled by terror-not pity.

    City of York be new not old... read more »

    Michael Gale
  • 351.
    Crossroads of America

    Crossroads of this brave New World:
    tiring - perhaps no longer young read more »

    Frederick Kesner
  • 352.
    Why Will You Gone with the Wind

    Why will you gone with the wind?
    Does it because you were attracted
    by the peach street in that Tree City?
    -it's like walking in the fragrant garden of sweet peach read more »

    Dongming Zhou
  • 353.
    The City That Never Sleeps-Is The City That Sadly Weeps.

    The city that never sleeps...
    Is but the city that always weeps.

    Be this city of explosioned terror... read more »

    Michael Gale
  • 354.
    Residue

    Last nights discarded takeaways
    which litter city centre streets
    Unwanted polystyrene trays
    of vegetables and broken meats. read more »

    ivor .e hogg
  • 355.
    Ritual Of The Degenerate

    They storm solemn city,
    city of succour,
    citadel of black gold,
    clutching smouldering machines, read more »

    Chidi Anthony Opara
  • 356.
    The City Down There

    When I drive home from work,
    on the perimeter of the hill where I live,
    and will forever,
    I look to the right read more »

    Sonny Rainshine
  • 357.
    I LOVE YOU I HATE YOU

    Hum
    As his eyes open he sees bright neon lights after passing a giant rainbow
    The monoliths emerge and he again reaches the city called Sin city
    So many sweet memories in so short a time read more »

    BEAU GOLDEN
  • 358.
    Young David

    He likes the big town atmosphere young David
    The city life is better by far he say
    He won't be going back to the hills of Toora
    He only wish they were further away. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 359.
    A Lonesome Fool

    A city sidewalk of separation

    Strangers crowd with the absence of heart read more »

    Robert Beksinski
  • 360.
    Song Of A Mountain Man

    I come from Land of bracken hills and green meads fringed by hedges
    And I am still a mountain man and rough around the edges
    And now I live in Sherbrooke Shire in the Dandenong Ranges
    From Bracken hills to gum tree hills the scenery so changes. read more »

    Francis Duggan
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