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Poems About: SHOPPING

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  • 25.
    As Time Goes By

    In our town there were many small shops, one selling
    buttons the other socks; and a hardware store should read more »

    oskar hansen
  • 26.
    2005 / 05 / 25 - Shopping with a friend

    Shopping with a friend is cool
    There's nothing forbidden, no rule
    And no parents to say what's suitable
    Or to tell you what's unaffordable, read more »

    A Poem A Day
  • 27.
    My Shadow Indentity

    Inside me and myself
    Sprouts up a series of the shops
    The super markets
    The super stores read more »

    Pushpa Ratna Tuladhar
  • 28.

    Saturday, my special day across weeks, months and years,
    All seasons and weathers, my special Saturday
    Remains steady, unshaken by nothing other than the special Christmas-like excitement in the atmosphere
    The excitement always so short and sweet read more »

    Niki Nicholas Nkuna
  • 29.
    Shopping With Mommy

    Mommy and I went shopping,
    By all means, just sales,
    Of course we did so,
    Shh, shh: Asians’ tales! read more »

    Vivian Nguyen
  • 30.
    Time Shift

    Walking through the last few years
    The High Street suddenly changed.
    No longer were people going into shops
    No longer were they buying things. read more »

    David Wood
  • 31.
    Travel Hong Kong Haiku - Shopping in the Alleyways

    Hong Kong alleyways
    we too are caught between
    the old and the new read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 32.

    She could not pass an op shop by she suffers Opshopitis
    A disease that in many ways is worse than hepatitis
    With garage sale and Op shop stuff her house is full she is second hand addicted
    The hoarding bug has bit her bad oh pity the afflicted. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 33.

    Weed of wisdom
    Written by Selvin ‘Ewan’ McRae / read more »

    selvin mcrae
  • 34.
    The Quality Of God

    In torn dress a poor boy,
    Was standing near a shop,
    Greeding eyes of this boy,
    Bare footed, seeking joy in the shop. read more »

    Mohammad Muzzammil
  • 35.
    Cartesian Shopping

    When all of our home spun philosophies
    Focus on shopping and spending and such
    Then its time to redress priorities
    For those things don't mean very much. read more »

    David Keig
  • 36.
    Stupidity Street

    I saw with open eyes
    Singing birds sweet
    Sold in the shops
    For people to eat, read more »

    Ralph Hodgson
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