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Poems About: CITY

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

  • 361.
    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
  • 362.
    The City Without You...

    The City without You …
    Is a skeleton buried in the desert of time…
    No songs, No lights
    No people enjoying the nights… read more »

    Wael Karameh
  • 363.
    Small City

    She lived in a small city,
    where the streetlights turn off
    at 3am.
    Where every store is closed except read more »

    ashley McC
  • 364.
    Travel Haiku - Jaisalmer, Rajasthan (West India)

    india in motion
    past and present read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 365.
    The privilege

    If you can thrill, its your own will,
    I can't say whether it pleases me.
    Yes, I'm privileged to this city up till,
    but, this way ahead lil decreases me. read more »

  • 366.
    A City Once Spoken Of

    Every day shines with the lights of heaven
    Every question imagined - unanswered.
    Shaded under the tree of life
    No more bloody blades, no more war read more »

    T. Alfred Norman
  • 367.
    Quiz Poem #2: World City

    This marble capital to guess is, from two brothers, born.
    Queen Victoria eyes Caesar's,
    Awfully Painful corns.
    A mnemonic of seven mounds sieze hers. read more »

    Brother Jonathan Gardner
  • 368.
    Quiz Poem #3: World City

    The 'triumphant one' in a sea of sand,
    founded by caliphs of old, and
    once the prize of the 'emperor' from France.
    Hanging Church and the Virgin's tree, to enhance? read more »

    Brother Jonathan Gardner
  • 369.

    It was bedlam, sheer chaos and collapse,
    Of the city, the inner lot of buildings
    Found in the country.
    It composed of musical houses, golden shrines read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 370.
    I'd Love To Live In Warrnambool

    I'd love to live in Warrnambool down by the Lady Bay
    I would walk to the nearby beach in Summer every day
    And walk along the shallows saltwater to my knees
    And feel the coolness of the waves in the freshening ocean breeze read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 371.
    Sixty Hours

    Smoke, blasts, billowing clouds
    Billowing curtains from carved windows
    The railway station now also has it's widows. read more »

    Rani Turton
  • 372.
    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 »

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