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Poems About: PARIS

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  • 337.
    Rondelet: Rat-a-tat-'tat

    for the Sandy Hook Newtown
    children and their mentors

    Rondelet: Rat-a-tat-'tat read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 338.
    Rondelet: Tau Ceti Soul

    Tau Ceti Soul
    Four times Earth round our backyard sun
    Tau Ceti Soul
    Hope your Gods make one whole Goal read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 339.
    Rondelet: Who The Hell Cares

    Who the hell cares
    If it's the end of hostile world
    Who the hell cares
    See you soon - no sweat - just for scares read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 340.

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

    David Holbrook
  • 341.
    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
  • 342.
    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
  • 343.
    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
  • 344.

    Skill, ill, kill, mill, fill, will, pill;
    Paris, parish!
    Perish; read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 345.
    She Made A Vow

    Behave and obey!
    Perish, read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 346.

    Do you wait for reckless half moons
    Theater without pomegranates
    Doves as empty as icons
    I wait for your frail rose read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
  • 347.
    Golden Harp

    Castanets shriveled gold glare
    Used and sheer silk stockings
    Titans of quantity
    Abyss of abandoned ideals read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
  • 348.
    Self Myth

    Flamingo flames as dangerous as doubt
    I doubt your sincere whispers
    Concave of fear
    The little elves are tattle tales read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
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