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Poems About: SHOPPING

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  • 325.
    South Beach

    Zombies and ex-presidents,
    Kissing cousins, try to make friends
    With little girls in bright blue bonnets
    Waiting for their mothers by the bus stop read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 326.
    The Grocer's Shop

    The grocer's shop has closed upon this straight and narrow lane,
    Leading from the high street past the field,
    Where the chilly wind did blow the ring of changes through,
    The town that does no longer seem to yield. read more »

    ANDREW BLAKEMORE
  • 327.
    World's worst barber

    People hate me because I'm the world's worst barber.
    They have grudges that they harbor. read more »

    Randy Johnson
  • 328.
    NEWLY MINTED WORDS(for Gina)

    Leave you alone

    thinking you are writing a poem read more »

    Dónall Dempsey
  • 329.
    The Eve Of New Year's Day

    The lorikeets are chirping in the bright sun shine
    And the yellow tail black cockatoos shred pine cones on the tall monterey pine
    To get at the small dark pine cone seeds to them a delicious treat
    What is noursishing and good to them most humans dare not eat. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 330.
    shopping can kill

    Shopping is always fun,
    especially when I have my son cute little son.
    We run around the shops, laugh and joke,
    But suddenly I heard him choke. read more »

    ciaran magee
  • 331.
    Milltown Resurection

    MILLTOWN RESURECTION

    I park before the old hardware store
    stare into the darkness. read more »

    Larry Smith
  • 332.
    The 'Poem A Day' Project ~ Day 168

    I need a pint of milk, my fridge’s run dry
    So set out to the shops, a pint of milk to buy
    On the way I nip into a shop with a sale on
    Just to have a look around I wont be there long read more »

    Flying Lemming
  • 333.
    Bus

    Clouds, a cold november sky,
    She sits alone on the crowded bus.
    A world goes by, places farmiliar
    Only as the scenes of a well worn route. read more »

    Ailbhe Cullen
  • 334.
    Walking With A Ghost

    tracing back the steps of my youth
    cycling along what was the old tram route
    and now is a park
    into the city I grew up in read more »

    jkd jkd
  • 335.
    Busy Town

    Suburban streets filled with baseball hats
    People living in suburban flats
    Cobweb shops filled with queues
    People rushing round wearing out shoes read more »

    David Harris
  • 336.
    Five finger discount

    While we were shopping, you tried to steal a bracelet that was worth a lot.
    But before you could get out of the store, you got caught. read more »

    Randy Johnson
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