LONDON POEMS

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  • 229.
    London's burning

    London’s Burning


    As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
    Desperately fighting, to not take my last breath.
    Seeking salvation, that I will not find,
    My bodies in pieces, on gravel I lie.
    A catastrophic event, that leads to a new horizon,
    Its peaceful now and the sun is shining.


    Floating in the sky, I will finally meet my maker,
    He couldn't save me, but he is my saviour.
    He holds me in his hand, like a new born kitten,
    I'm in love with this place, completely smitten.
    The grass is greener, now I'm on the other side,
    The one price I paid, was to sacrifice my life.
    An explosion in London, on July the seventh,
    Lead me into this sanctuary, this paradise, this heaven.


    God only knows, that I dreamt of this day,
    Freedom from life, from suffering, from pain.
    From seeing my people, kill my own people,
    From seeing such sadness, such hatred, such evil.


    I am not human, I can't be like them,
    I can't be American, you can keep your Vietnam.
    Telling stories of heroes, who died for the cause,
    You’re as bad as Al-Qaeda, everyman has his flaws.


    I'm now a statistic, on the Al-Qaeda hit-list,
    Because of Bush and Blair, I'll never again kiss.
    Or fall for someone, in the blink of an eye,
    Love at first sight, stopped the day that I died.


    There lies my body, their lies led to this,
    We have to go to war, because of this new threat.
    We have to invade that country, before they invade us,
    We have to kill these people, for they we can't trust.


    Propaganda for the masses, served through your TV,
    Don't believe the truth, it's not what it seems.
    Al-Qaeda are bad, that much of it is true,
    But Bush is just as evil, he will sacrifice you.
    Hey American soldier, do you believe in this war?
    Like Al-Qaeda terrorists, believe what you've been taught.
    Allah is great, so is God, Jah and Buddha,
    One God for all men, is the only way my brother.




    (C) 2005 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved. read more »

  • 230.
    My hobby

    To see the London Bridge
    and to think of you
    To sit and watch an opera performance
    and dance for you in my thoughts read more »

  • 231.
    Lavender Pond

    Never a swallow wets his wing
    In Lavender Pond from Spring to Spring;
    Never a lily, pure and chill,
    Holds her cup for the dews to fill; read more »

  • 232.
    River Thames

    Roaring and flowing from
    Gloucestershire via Teddington
    Leaving exquisiteness here
    while passing through London. read more »

  • 233.
    Farewell to London Bridge

    Voices singing
    My ears ringing
    London Bridge is falling down
    So much read more »

  • 234.
    In a Restaurant, 1917

    Encircled by the traffic's roar
    Midst music and the blaze of light
    The battle-jaded khaki knights
    Throng, sleek and civilised once more. read more »

  • 235.
    Memories of London

    Soaring from the Caribbean and stepping off of the plane
    Good old London you certainly felt the same
    Gatwick I savour you, for your scenery I pain
    O' how much I was grieving for the beautiful sight of you again read more »

  • 236.
    LONDON CALLED

    I heard your call everywhere

    I adored your beauty from afar read more »

  • 237.
    The Lonely Path

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  • 238.
    In London Town

    It is not here I best enjoy
    The pleasure, that can never cloy,
    Of idly roaming London town,
    Where such familiar names look down read more »

  • 239.
    London

    London
    I walk every day under your heavy skies
    the grey lid that covers your people.
    I walk your filthy streets and step past read more »

  • 240.
    London Baby

    Who doesn’t miss London?
    It is heaven on earth
    Everything in one city
    People bustling read more »

New London Poems

  1. Return home safely isn't nontrivial, Mark Heathcote
  2. Yet, She Is Still In His Mind, Toshie Nohara
  3. I Am A Professor, A Univeristy Professor.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  4. London Fog, Joseph Narusiewicz
  5. In a Restaurant, 1917, Eleanour Norton
  6. Haiku... Hey Kew, Ken e Hall
  7. Nonsense Droppings, Radhamani Sarma
  8. Farewell to London Bridge, May Doyle
  9. Breathing Out, Sadiqullah Khan
  10. London Baby, Moses Samandar
  11. London Bridge, Edwina Reizer
  12. The most beautiful city London is the ca.., Mazid S Kazi , INDIA
  13. London School Of Economics (Aka L.S.E), Nicolas GRENIER
  14. This Is London, Alexander Hayden James Smith
  15. London Bridge, Neela Nath
  16. Memories of London, Dennis Adonis
  17. City Haiku, Ell Ell
  18. LONDON, Nicolas GRENIER
  19. Festival Haiku - London Olympics 2012, john tiong chunghoo
  20. LONDON CALLED, Robinson Jonathan Dare
  21. The Themes, William Cheesman
  22. Zig-Zag on a London Train, Najib Altawell
  23. Lines on A.B, James McIntyre
  24. Londonderry, Saiom Shriver
  25. Haiku # 27, Luis Estable
  26. First Encounter - Mustafa Noor (Malaysia), john tiong chunghoo
  27. The Train To Waterloo, Angela Wybrow
  28. London, Affan Chowdhury
  29. London Streets, Aparna Chatterjee
  30. Goodbye London, Abayomi Habib
  31. London, Angela Wybrow
  32. London, Catman Cohen
  33. London Riot Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  34. Britanica Hymn Edited, Aldo Kraas
  35. Britanica Hymn Revised, Aldo Kraas
  36. Lights Out, Jessie Pope
  37. MOON SHINING OVER THE LONDON BRIDGE, Aldo Kraas
  38. J'adore the underground, Lucia Domingos Fula
  39. Plane Blanket Haiku, C Richard Miles
  40. Tranquil hamlet, NAYYAR SHABBIR AHMAD
  41. The Oldest Thing In London, Cicely Fox Smith
  42. London Pool, Cicely Fox Smith
  43. By The Old Pagoda Anchorage [1926], Cicely Fox Smith
  44. By The Old Pagoda Anchorage [1924], Cicely Fox Smith
  45. london, seamus j carroll
  46. Ballade Of Cleopatra's Needle, Andrew Lang
  47. London, Francis William Lauderdale A ..
  48. For Selma, Langston Hughes
  49. LONDON FIELDS SONG, Aldo Kraas
  50. Being Smug, NAYYAR SHABBIR AHMAD
  51. Sir Christopher Wren 1632-1723, Joyce Hemsley
  52. THe Unification of London and France, Harlan Lovestone
  53. West London GIRL, Holda Felix
  54. I HAVE MY EYES FIXED ON LONDON SONG, Aldo Kraas
  55. Don't stand aloof, Enitan Onikoyi
  56. Michael Jackson Tribute Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  57. London city you claims your right, see fee lee
  58. Constable, Jason Palmer
  59. Travel Haiku - Brixton South West London, john tiong chunghoo
  60. IN LONDON, Vida Nenadic
  61. Hope Hanging On At Heathrow, C Richard Miles
  62. HE WANTS TO GO TO LONDON, TOO, Vida Nenadic
  63. Sustenance, Melanie Walendowsky Baker
  64. mate-man, mate-woman, gershon hepner
  65. My beautiful Lady, Framarz Bagheri
  66. London, Jim McDonald
  67. city on the sea? ? WAEL MOREICHEH, WAEL MOREICHEH
  68. The is a nonce in the village, James Clive
  69. Travel Haiku - London's Marylebone, john tiong chunghoo
  70. -DANCE ON THE BRIM OF THE WORLD - WAEL M.., WAEL MOREICHEH
  71. SCHOOLBOYS IN 1939, Michael Pruchnicki
  72. Technology, Chizom Okpara
  73. London Town, jor leou
  74. Photo of Schoolboys, Michael Pruchnicki
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