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Poems About: PARIS

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  • 325.
    Rondelet: Cliff hangers

    In the name of
    Our party let the other half cry
    In the name of
    Our safety sever one half off read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 326.
    Rondelet: Yang Be Evil

    for the continuously raped and hidden
    minors of India

    Yang be evil read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 327.

    La Place Blanche 
    Chateau Rouge 
    Louis Blanc 
    Porte Dorée  read more »

    David Holbrook
  • 328.
    wedding in paris

    Wedding in Paris

    Coming out of the church after the wedding there were
    smiles and cameras clicked, from the steps I could look read more »

    oskar hansen
  • 329.
    The Light From Their Wounds

    Chatreuse caterpillar upon the brown stem
    Of Janie's nose—
    Ever wondering if she'll ever grow up—
    And what is the thing that she was made to be: read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 330.
    Not Enough Channels

    I understand that when
    you own the cable TV,
    you can watch Law and Order
    pretty much constantly, read more »

    John W. McEwers
  • 331.
    Temporary Home

    The earth is just my home
    until I say goodbye
    I'll live here till the time comes
    to go up in the sky read more »

    erin maher
  • 332.
    Lady Of Gold

    Dreams from Vienna, vernal troubadours
    Violins play soft, cafes in romantic light
    French poets with symbols of rebellious mirth
    Walk the ancient streets, parades of ghosts read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
  • 333.
    Poets of Cardboard

    Sullen pirates steal the golden fire
    Ezra Pound with terse tight words
    Surrealism and Dali fight the world
    Picasso only paints abstract lust read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
  • 334.
    Once Upon an August Dreamy

    Once upon an August dreamy
    I saw a flat plane very sphery
    I could not imagine the simple
    Deck ducks danced in a drizzle. read more »

    Paul Hartal
  • 335.
    the stairs of Paris

    In beauty to the stair
    As we go up stair and see
    The beauty of Paris for our eyes
    But never the less, I’m sharing this read more »

    lui albino
  • 336.
    Paris And Ahmed, Ignition Philosophy

    Have'nt you known, darling..
    That things in you ignite,
    To let the me in poetry.. read more »

    ahmed khaled
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