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Poems About: HOUSE

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  • 229.
    Old Buildings, New Buildings

    Houses live and die, time for building
    There is a legend for many
    But were there any
    Ghosts read more »

    Batibchar Mocculta
  • 230.
    Birds at Winter Nightfall (Triolet)

    Around the house the flakes fly faster,
    And all the berries now are gone
    From holly and cotoneaster
    Around the house. The flakes fly!--faster read more »

    Thomas Hardy
  • 231.

    Take a hold now
    On the silver handles here,
    Six silver handles,
    One for each of his old pals. read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 232.
    Southern Pacific

    HUNTINGTON sleeps in a house six feet long.
    Huntington dreams of railroads he built and owned.
    Huntington dreams of ten thousand men saying: Yes, sir. read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 233.
    Exile House


    Our tiled roof dripped
    and the four walls threatened to fall apart read more »

    tenzin tsundue
  • 234.
    The Room

    It is my house, and yet one room is locked.
    The dark has taken root on all four walls.
    It is a room where knots stare out from wood,
    A room that turns its back on the whole house. read more »

    Kevin John Hart
  • 235.

    House without owner
    Beyond imagination
    Owner without house
    Not full culmination. read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 236.

    What's wrong with nature
    Cracking my house through earthquake
    Trees practicing their weathering there
    Yet washing away my dishes read more »

    Walani Ndhlovu
  • 237.

    At my father house
    I came to be with my father at this day
    Because I need a lift and I know the Lord will give me a lift
    Any time now read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 238.
    The House and the Road

    The little Road says, Go,
    The little House says, Stay:
    And O, it's bonny here at home,
    But I must go away. read more »

    Josephine Preston Peabody
  • 239.
    Cat In The House

    Oh to be a house cat
    snug and smug inside
    All the world beyond the glass
    hers, to be surmised read more »

    Susan LeGree
  • 240.

    The mountans where I wanna be
    The tree that is see is the closest thing to home for me
    The flowers blowing in the breeze
    The tranquility of the buzzing bees read more »

    Christon SykesSmith
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