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Poems About: LONDON

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  • 349.
    A Selection Of Senryus - 5

    The Coliseum
    Gladiators fighting lions
    Roman escapades. read more »

    Ernestine Northover
  • 350.
    I Still Dream

    I still dream of Rome
    The sights and smells
    of an acient city read more »

    Samantha Williams
  • 351.
    Poets Meet In London

    They met, in London's Springtime haze
    and entered into a short phase
    of snap assessment of each other,
    as if they'd hoped to find a brother, read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
  • 352.

    Acting sometimes like a prankster,
    I’m agnostically an angster,
    but when I am feeling angsty
    console myself with hanky-panksty. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 353.
    For the Poem Hunters, gathering in London....

    our great city: magnet dusty
    microcosm of worlds expansive
    cultures meeting, lovers mating
    in its hold of nerves ecstatic read more »

    Frank Bana
  • 354.
    Streets without Names

    When times are right - oddity will be
    Perfect conformity magic to meet
    Like the phantom road angels walking here free
    Giving each protracted moment a treat read more »

    Peter S. Quinn
  • 355.
    This Christmas

    Just once before I die I would
    so love to see a lot of smiling faces,
    each morning when I board the city bus. read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
  • 356.
    The Newspapers

    Is it best to kiss and tell
    The fun of loving
    Then reliving it as well read more »

    Kevin Campbell
  • 357.
    Cheering a New Year a New Start

    The skies is black
    But heart and soul
    Brighter than before
    Sparking stars on top read more »

    see fee lee
  • 358.

    the water, hot like a thousand suns,
    runs over my sore and tired body,
    caressing my neck, my shoulders, my cock,
    like an invisible lover, read more »

    Darrell Gahm
  • 359.
    Thought for Today

    Today's Marathon Day here in London.
    An unpleasant image strikes me:
    suppose the journey to the Pearly Gates
    looks just like the TV coverage of the marathon? read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 360.
    Landscape 23 Come Away!

    When I was young and the wind was right
    I could hear the foghorns down on the Thames
    The great sea-voices of the ships
    Coming into the Port of London read more »

    Stewart McKenzie
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