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  • 49.
    Two California Parks in Early Spring

    I. Concord Skateboard Park

    Sheltered in this smooth, round,
    concrete nest of dips and curves,
    obelisks and giant, Mayan steps

    on a blind corner
    hidden by small hills
    from two busy streets
    intersecting at its tip,

    Twenty boys,8 to 18,
    practice their moves,
    swiveling one-pointedly
    up and down and around.

    Some day they’ll move on
    from this birthing-ground,
    swiveling down the decades
    on a board or office chair.

    A few girls watch,
    Sprawled on the grass.
    Behind them all,
    flowering crabapples, palms,
    then the mountains.

    The city’s wise to have
    invested a few bucks
    toward its future
    in an old, vacant lot.

    II. A Chant To Heather Farms Park

    Sun of fire,
    water of lake and fountain,
    earth whose soil sustains the lawns,
    and air of the sweet breath of spring:
    the four elements are holding
    a conclave here on this Sunday afternoon,

    drawing many families,
    and especially, today,
    calling forth many sounds.

    Oh, park of a basketball's steady bounce,
    of lovers whispering in Russian
    and the creaking rhythm of swings.

    Park of car engines starting,
    of families who laugh or talk
    in Hindi, Bengali, English, Arabic,
    and in goose-squawk and duck-flap,

    Park of the slide of scooter wheels,
    of loud feet chasing the one
    who caught the football,
    of a hand tapping the body of a guitar,
    and a far-off, hip-hop radio.

    Silent with pen,
    o park of joy,
    I take you home on paper,
    I take you home in my heart. read more »

  • 50.
    Weep In a Flowerless Place

    I walk on the rubble
    Hard city concrete
    Amid spaced-apart
    Solitary trees read more »

  • 51.

    I can’t pretend
    there’s beauty to exhume

    from these slabs read more »

  • 52.


    Plastic flowers
    Lipstick lovers read more »

  • 53.

    Summer sounds,
    Concrete and heat, read more »

  • 54.
    I Don't Want To Change

    If trust were a material thing,
    solid and concrete,
    there would be huge
    boxes of it in the attic read more »

  • 55.
    To A Teen

    Tom's buddy ran a secret lab,
    made funny little pills.
    The gift he had was of the gab:
    'My uppers cure all ills.' read more »

  • 56.
    A park amidst highrise

    Mornings and evenings witness
    commoners of different shapes
    caste, creed, colour & age
    jog, walk, yoga or meditate read more »

  • 57.
    beyond words

    beyond words
    must be concrete actions
    beyond actions
    must be memories read more »

  • 58.
    What makes it?

    What makes it?

    brick concrete
    paints tiles read more »

  • 59.
    Where people live in the concrete jungle

    Where people live in the concrete jungle
    with apartments as their property
    and no one knows of grass or flowers
    or any natural life source read more »

  • 60.
    on to something more concrete


    i check on the word 'grass'
    not in the wikipedia read more »

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  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
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  27. Dichotomy, June Stepansky
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  36. Civilisation, Miroslava Odalovic
  37. History, Abdulla Safe
  38. In a Dream, David Ignatow
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  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
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  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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