Poems About: CITY
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349.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
350.city of music
Music is like a city
The genres are the suburbs
The bands, the streets
The albums, the buildings read more »(kc) ripper
351.adventure ***** EAGLE'S EYE VIEW
downtown Davao City seen from upper Toril
Mt. Talomo's foothills, Tungkalan
Bind your eyes with mine all curious Dabawenyos read more »Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
Walking the lonely streets of the city during the nights
I look around me and see lights
Lights of skyscrapers touching the sky
And the lights of buildings that don’t stand very high read more »Joe Pascale
353.The Charred Cross
That winter's night the sky did glow
A flaming amber 'neath the stars,
As the city blazed the bombs lit up
The old cathedral spire, read more »ANDREW BLAKEMORE
City of glam, city of crime
People are fake, you're no friend of mine
Club fights, dancing through the night
We're kids living the dream under the lights read more »Brandon Bizon
Writing on the walls of history
In the city of gold,
keeps you on your toes
fixes your eyes on your goals. read more »Feyisayo Anjorin
As the plane climbed up at dusk over
Meenambakkam Airport in Chennai,
I look down from window-seat to see
The concentration of twinkling lights read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
The moon sheds soft and silver light
upon the newly fallen snow
A master piece for our delight.
The city folk will never know. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
Look me in the eyes
tell me what you see
dishonesty is like a city of gold
bright on the outside read more »Leonard Dabydeen
359.Beautiful, Beautiful Midnight City
Beautiful, beautiful, midnight city.
I sense you are evil but still you are pretty.
I know your inhabitants are in need of pity.
But still I love my midnight city. read more »Alex Duchovny
As the young man walks threw his streets dispersion
His brain rattled like it was urgent read more »Donte Trezevant