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  • 205.
    Our Nephew Thomas

    Our nephew Thomas Duggan died at twenty three
    And he is one I'll never meet or see
    For he is one i never met before
    And he is at rest now forever more
    In distant Chicago in the U S A
    From where i live a half a World away
    His loss to his family time can only heal
    My late brother John's son he has one brother Neil
    I met his mother Nancy years ago
    A lovely lady this for her a tragic blow
    A devoted mother and to John a loving wife
    She has a heavy cross to bear in life
    He died in an accident in April of this year
    Such sad news one would rather not to hear. read more »

  • 206.
    my darling

    my love for her always boils down to
    money, credit and ATM cards, and
    trips and vacations,
    expensive clothes, and flashy cars read more »

  • 207.

    The way home for me was eastbound
    on the Northern Pacific from California
    riding coach (pillow furnished for a fee)
    and reading paperback books - read more »

  • 208.
    Poor Humor

    Humor Relating to Being Poor- Chicago Style
    We were so poor that eating out in winter was snowball sandwiches read more »

  • 209.
    The Skinny On Fatty's Cafe

    Here's the skinny on Fatty's Cafe,
    a grubby diner on a snaky street
    under the El in dark Chicago
    where street lights flicker read more »

  • 210.
    Snowy Owl - Lincoln Park Zoo

    Call me one happy snowy owl,
    Outside at the Lincoln Park Zoo,
    As arctic sub zero winds howl,
    Freezing Chicago through and through. read more »

  • 211.
    Riding Schwinns in '56

    You had to have a Schwinn
    to lead this pack of boys
    riding bikes full speed
    baking under the Chicago sun read more »

  • 212.
    Go for a Walk

    Nik Wallenda, King of the Wire,
    Chose Chicago to take a walk
    'Twixt and 'tween the twin corncob spire,
    Marina Towers. Wind would knock read more »

  • 213.

    Azriel of Gerona taught
    that if you look beyond the yesh
    which is the aught you’ll find the naught,
    the spirit that’s behind the flesh, read more »

  • 214.
    More Loveable Limericks

    A boy who was waiting for Santa
    was engaging in innocent banter
    with his sister Louise
    who was such a big tease. read more »

  • 215.
    Anchor to Windward

    Lakeboat mariners look forward to winter lay-up all summer long. The last voyage north from the steel mills in South Chicago begins before dawn with autumn winds and a cup of hot black coffee from the galley to ward off the chill. Guys congregate on the wind-swept decks, stomping feet and talking of this and that - wives and kids and days spent lounging before the new TV and drinking Budweiser.

    'See you next spring, Mick? ' read more »

  • 216.
    until it finds a tree

    A bird flies round until it finds a tree;
    its spirit doesn’t tell it one is better,
    and even when it lands it feels it’s free
    to try another, avian jet-setter. read more »

New Chicago Poems

  1. The Chicago Poem, Jerome Rothenberg
  2. Evening Song, Sherwood Anderson
  3. My Kind of Town, Ima Ryma
  4. Jackie Robinson West, Ima Ryma
  5. Crackling Again, Donal Mahoney
  6. People Who Live Above Stores, Donal Mahoney
  7. Lake Michigan, Kate Harrington
  8. To Conjure Up, Kevin Kiely
  9. Those Good Tomatoes, Donal Mahoney
  10. Caseworker Determining Eligibility, Donal Mahoney
  11. Caseworker: Yams and Plantain, Donal Mahoney
  12. The Great Chicago Fire, Thomas Koron
  13. Cats At Their Bowls Lapping, Donal Mahoney
  14. Shall I Compare She to A Chicago Winter, Lore Me34
  15. Gentleman, Jaipal Singh
  16. Chicago, Morgan Michaels
  17. Lemon Underwear, Donal Mahoney
  18. Cub and Flub, Ima Ryma
  19. Bending, Grabbing, Sorting, Donal Mahoney
  20. Winter on Astor Street, Donal Mahoney
  21. Chicago Dog, Ima Ryma
  22. An Irish Enclave,1956, Donal Mahoney
  23. Harvesting Pumpkins, Donal Mahoney
  24. 3-year old among 13 shot in Sanford Fla..., Luke Easter
  25. Elegy, oskar hansen
  26. Scene from Yom Kippur 1972, Donal Mahoney
  27. Savannah Belle, Donal Mahoney
  28. Gunners Be Gone, Ima Ryma
  29. Chicago, Marissa Liebowitz
  30. Trumpeter Swans - Lincoln Park Zoo, Ima Ryma
  31. Lookıng For A Girl Across The United Sta.., Nicolas GRENIER
  32. Armadillo Home, Donal Mahoney
  33. Chicago, everette johnson
  34. Bag Lady, Donal Mahoney
  35. Coal Bins, Donal Mahoney
  36. Letter to Annie Far Away, Donal Mahoney
  37. Caseworker's Tune, Donal Mahoney
  38. Satin and Grace, Donal Mahoney
  39. On the Road to Chicago, Donal Mahoney
  40. Bells from the Cathedral, Donal Mahoney
  41. Southside Chicago Blues, George Hunter
  42. Chicago [1920's slang], R.K. Cowles
  43. Chicago, Charlotte Lidia
  44. 'Lemon Underwear', Donal Mahoney
  45. Providential Hope In The Windy City, Albrando Lucino
  46. WINGS OF A DOVE, Aldo Kraas
  47. GOING DOWN, Aldo Kraas
  48. Chicago through my eyes, tationa triplett
  49. CHICAGO SAMBA, Aldo Kraas
  50. Yesterday, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  51. Chicago, Cadence Hanshew
  52. Charley Plays A Tune (V5), Michael Lee Johnson
  54. Chicago Fire, Kurt Kacich
  55. Changing Of The Seasons, Shel Silverstein
  56. For Selma, Langston Hughes
  57. Brass Spittoons, Langston Hughes
  58. a friend in chicago is in relationship, RIC S. BASTASA
  59. CHICAGO ART INSTITUTE, Michael Pruchnicki
  60. ''The South Side of Chicago'' by David H.., David Hart
  61. Travel Haiku - Chicago, my other Paris, john tiong chunghoo
  62. Chicago, Lea Wilson
  63. Tough Streets Of Chicago, rico avila
  64. 'Shoe Shine Boy', Linda Winchell
  65. Radio Station: Chico, The Latest News, Atef Ayadi
  66. Radio Station: Chico, Irish Tuesday, Atef Ayadi
  67. & Living Like a Gypsy, Mamta Agarwal
  68. my auntie zousy, RIC S. BASTASA
  69. Candlelight, Gus Oloroso
  70. God Bless All, Saiom Shriver
  72. caregiver leaving again, RIC S. BASTASA
  73. Chicago, Floyd Crenshaw
  74. One Sided Love, Francis Duggan
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