Poems About: SHOPPING
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Smog chocked skies
As if there is nothing to see
Rain comes to clear away
The death brought on by diesel engines read more »K.. K..
As I was going to town one day,
I saw a little clown,
It went into a town shop,
And came out clop, clop, clop. read more »Claire Galpin
So heavy is her purse that Elfie
trips and stumbles with the weight of it;
Laudable attempts to shake her burden free
drive her desparately from shop to shop: read more »robert dickerson
She sells those sea shells
Along the sea shore
Cheaper than the sea shells
At the sea-shell store. read more »Adeline Foster
Each one a history
#1 tamed off the street
Dog catcher denied. read more »Bill Grace
114.My Toy Shop
It springs up into an object so prosperous,
The very lantern of my comfort;
The reason is the same, for every year,
A toy shop will improve one day later. read more »Naveed Akram
115.Twin sisters in an Emporium
A destitute stands infront of the shop
And he thinks if rains he could have jump inside.
The twin sisters smiled with him and inquired what he wants?
'Precious smiles are more worth than anything in the shop.' read more »nimal dunuhinga
Once again buying for your self
Never the less doing nothing else
Taking the elecric bill money
Replacing it with prada bags read more »Donavan hemphill
117.Happy Father's Day
Happy Father’s Day, today my Father
I wish that I could call you Dad
You insisted twas never any bother
Your smiling firstborn made you glad read more »Voice of One Jerry Buckley
118.Present or Past or NOT
A guy inside the shop
A guy outside the shop
Lead me to thinking
One never did come in read more »josephine lee
119.Love is buyer oriented
Venders are at door.
Why should she go out for shopping?
She can accept or reject.
A woman is adamant in love shopping. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
We found a special shop
Where the ingredients are pure
You wouldn’t believe the things we found
So fresh, so earthy and sure read more »Marilyn Lott