CONCRETE POEMS

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  • 13.
    The Bells

    Today the circus poster
    is scabbing off the concrete wall
    and the children have forgotten
    if they knew at all.
    Father, do you remember?
    Only the sound remains,
    the distant thump of the good elephants,
    the voice of the ancient lions
    and how the bells
    trembled for the flying man.
    I, laughing,
    lifted to your high shoulder
    or small at the rough legs of strangers,
    was not afraid.
    You held my hand
    and were instant to explain
    the three rings of danger.

    Oh see the naughty clown
    and the wild parade
    while love love
    love grew rings around me.
    this was the sound where it began;
    our breath pounding up to see
    the flying man breast out
    across the boarded sky
    and climb the air.
    I remember the color of music
    and how forever
    all the trembling bells of you
    were mine. read more »

  • 14.
    Concrete Poem #3: A Final Concrete Poem

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  • 15.
    My Favorite Graffiti

    On the concrete wall of
    a very small bridge over
    the Tucson River is scrawled: read more »

  • 16.
    Street Person

    Oh what a cagey vagrant
    Slumming yourself flawlessly
    Garbage bags filled to overflow
    As you pace the city streets endlessly read more »

  • 17.
    In answer to your e-mail...

    If she wants
    that extra two inches,
    that six more hours of ecstatic sleep-deprivation,
    that concrete-and-steel erection to win architecture awards, read more »

  • 18.
    (((Seascape Longing)))

    Even though our block is larger now
    We still relish the sand to the concrete
    Skyscraper ways and bustling days
    Leave us feeling, somehow, incomplete read more »

  • 19.
    Perfume

    i love
    the smell of the city
    the hustle-bustle brilliance
    of life effective in every moment read more »

  • 20.
    #4 Southwest Chief/LA Central

    (copyrighted material, Coffee House Press)

    #4 Southwest Chief/LA Central
    FOR DERYA AND HEID read more »

  • 21.
    Musings

    Last night
    The Sunset
    Wrapped herself
    In skirts of 24Karat Gold read more »

  • 22.
    Poet’s Poetry

    A budding poet learning to express
    Pouring the images of the conceived world;
    The sensibility maturing with years
    The abstract becoming concrete and the concrete abstract; read more »

  • 23.
    Poem

    I pound the concrete
    Way too wired to sleep;
    In just the ecstacy of it all
    And the brillant colours of Fall; read more »

  • 24.
    Betrayal

    Cry me a river of tears
    And engage my most broken of souls
    Apologize for such blistering betrayal
    And then just turn and go read more »

New Concrete Poems

  1. Supply water, gajanan mishra
  2. Waters Rage, Kelsey Decker
  3. Shadows, Sean Showalter
  4. Haiku ' plaza ' finale, miken newman
  5. The Fallen King, Tyler Cooley
  6. Time Sand Second Worlds Spin Multiverse .., Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  7. A Corner, Alem Hailu Gabre Kristos
  8. Concrete Fill, Prasad Natarajan
  9. City, Indira Renganathan
  10. Yet to trace that heart, S.D. TIWARI
  11. Color, Cracks, and Concrete, Jeff Gangwer
  12. Haiku - Graffiti, Michelle Claus
  13. The Corner Meet on Love Street, Shirene L smith
  14. blow that dam, lee fones
  15. B-17:, Paul Geiger
  16. so much depends upon, Audrey Xuski
  17. A Simple Playground, Jett Mowle
  18. Haiku Ideologies, Jonathan ROBIN
  19. Concrete Jungle, Tatum Wessling
  20. Hampden, Kevin Moore
  21. Buildings, Lento Maez
  22. Trafficking Life, Kevin Moore
  23. Little Blade Of Grass, Rhett Landry
  24. Monkeys with money, Sander Shelnutt
  25. In the Shade of Suicide, Erin Thomas
  26. Syrian Haiku, Guillermo Veloso
  27. Dichotomy, June Stepansky
  28. Remembering Danny, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  29. Abstract, sallam yassin
  30. New York, Laura Gilfillan
  31. 400 Species Of Birds Breeze By, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  32. Alankar(Decor) -109, Indira Renganathan
  33. Finger Tip Touchable, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  34. Autumn Life Blood, Gregory Allen Uhan
  35. The Truth Reverse, Neela Nath
  36. Civilisation, Miroslava Odalovic
  37. History, Abdulla Safe
  38. In a Dream, David Ignatow
  39. my seach for beauty begins here..., ratnaprabha raykar
  40. Poetry, D.L. Lang
  41. Making Love To Concrete, Audre Lorde
  42. Concrete Hurt, Chester Maynes
  43. (((Seascape Longing))), Theodora (Theo) Onken
  44. The Concrete and the Abstract, Nazmul Haque
  45. Art, Heather Iverson
  46. Words of Concrete, laiba shams
  47. Flowers of Monsoon, Asif Andalib
  48. Where people live in the concrete jungle, Gert Strydom
  49. Ice and Concrete, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  50. Bus Poem #6, robert dickerson
  51. Concrete Mind, Ryan Lee Morris
  52. A Place To Sit, Orlando Belo
  53. Solid concrete, Danjele Loos
  54. Lost angel, Gert Strydom
  55. Nature Will Reclaim, trina johnson
  56. The Rose That Grew From Concrete, Jose Chavez
  57. Rainbow of dreams, hemu gupta
  58. Caged, KRISTINA MADSEN
  59. what must you do?, RIC S. BASTASA
  60. Walls, teejay easte
  61. Steel Sparkles, Michelle Lowrie
  62. Mycoo: 15, AtreyaSarma Uppaluri
  63. Travel Macao Haiku - Saint Paul's Ruins, john tiong chunghoo
  64. it's time for you escape, Maria Barbara Korynt
  65. ' ' ' ' BRACE OF TANKAS, Dónall Dempsey
  66. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! A flight to nowhere - Ha.., Mamta Agarwal
  67. All Is God's Place!, Ramesh T A
  68. tourism ***** ASKEWED FLOATING RESTAURANT, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  69. my single look at you can make a differe.., RIC S. BASTASA
  70. Mycoo: 08, AtreyaSarma Uppaluri
  71. Concrete Forest, Gregory (gshaw57) Upshaw
  72. Jungles of Green, Anil Maheshwari
  73. A lessons for myself, Angelica Duardo
  74. Welcome to the concrete jungle, RIC S. BASTASA
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