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Poems About: CHICAGO

In this page, poems on / about “chicago” are listed.

  • 109.
    Last Life

    Roaming somewhere in the universe
    a clang from an anvil
    or a hollow resonance from the woods
    is yet to reach me read more »

    William Weiyi Marr
  • 110.
    Baker & Mckenzie

    to russell baker and john mckenzie.

    in chicago
    in san diego
    in santiago read more »

    Nicolas GRENIER
  • 111.
    Not Turning Back

    The velvet sky of dusk
    borken hearts made of rust
    shattered trust,
    lies, lurking in the shadows read more »

    Bekki Butler
  • 112.
    No One

    (To: Oyinade Ogunba, Nigeria)

    The sky here has no windows read more »

    Muhammad Hesham
  • 113.

    Are not to be captured
    In a net or in a poem. read more »

    Muhammad Hesham
  • 114.
    For You!

    There comes
    Moment like this
    To the man
    That makes him quiet read more »

    Michelle Derzkowa
  • 115.
    you were born bad Charlotte! you were born bad! and you will die bad!

    the sun sets in the east
    with it goes the warm embrace of love
    the night brings no stars
    most chicago nights seldom do read more »

    Charlotte Ambrosia
  • 116.
    Teamster on the Run

    Think of a burly guy in leather jacket
    baseball cap bill shadowing broken nose
    hamhock mitts dangling at his side read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
  • 117.
    Obama magic

    does he have magic in him?
    does he wear an african charm?
    an african amulet from Kenya?
    the first black elected to be read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 118.

    In the department store on Nicollet Mall,

    a photographer photographed me from Chicago. read more »

    Suzae Chevalier
  • 119.
    Jazz Trees

    Jazz trees sway by the river
    Miles sweet horn blows desire
    Desire to know you
    Desire to return home read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
  • 120.
    Inside the Red Hole

    Inside the Red Hole,
    With snow balls falling from left and right!
    But you are now hiding in the Oval Office,
    Because the 'Chicago Tribune' met your nakedness! ! read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
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