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  • 241.
    Catullus Poem 58, An Original Adaptation of an Ancient Roman Love Poem

    Johnny! It's Lesbia*, our Lesbia,
    The Lesbia, that girl Stanley loved,
    Loved more than self and all he calls his own,
    Now at the Great Hall, Chicago, Union Station,
    Up and down the polished marble floors,
    She goes high-heeled, black boots,
    Sports a short skirt, and an open blouse.
    Corn, she husks corn,
    For every last one of them,
    For any spoiled son of Lincoln with a dollar in his pocket.

    Carmen 58 (in Latin by CATULLUS)

    Caeli, Lesbia nostra, Lesbia illa.
    illa Lesbia, quam Catullus unam
    plus quam se atque suos amavit omnes,
    nunc in quadriviis et angiportis
    glubit magnanimi Remi nepotes. read more »

  • 242.
    Children's March Break- 2015

    Disneylands reported
    50 cases of measles outbreak.
    coming to March break.... read more »

  • 243.
    route 66

    LA to Chicago
    eight state snake
    the road not traveled
    any more read more »

  • 244.
    Lake Michigan

    While thousands throng each crowded mart,
    And gaze around in mute surprise,
    I turn with an adoring heart
    To thee, fair mirror of the skies. read more »

  • 245.
    Any Englishman To His Son

    My lad, I like America a lot,
    And she can give us much we haven't got.
    By all means speak like some Chicago tough read more »

  • 246.
    The Farmer's Daughter

    Back in 1957, kissing Carol Ann behind the barn
    in the middle of a windswept field of Goldenrod
    with a sudden deer watching was very special,
    let me tell you. Back then, bobby sox, poodle skirts read more »

  • 247.
    Jim Thorpe

    Born in May of Eighteen eighty-eight read more »

  • 248.
    The Missed Free Throws

    Tim Murnane was born to parents who lived in a small brick bungalow in a lower-middle class neighborhood in Chicago. His father worked as an electrician for Commonwealth Edison Company and his mother stayed home, a not uncommon calling for a housewife and mother following the end of World War II.

    After a peaceful childhood, life for Tim as a teen-ager became more complicated. His father loved all sports, even those he didn't fully understand, and he encouraged Tim to play all of them, even the sports he himself had been unable to play due to an injury as a child. read more »

  • 249.
    To Robert Hayden

    I gave you
    a tiny box. read more »

  • 250.
    In The Car Lot

    Taken from the Lyrics of 'In The Ghetto' by Elvis Presley
    and rewritten to reflect the current state of GM and it's Dealerships. read more »

  • 251.
    Chicago Fire

    On October 8th at 9 pm a fire flared from O’Leary’s farm,
    In the city of Chicago, fires from hell raged at 9: 40 am when someone pulled the alarm,
    Firefighters were sent out to the left when the fires flared to the right,
    One flame caught onto another where screams were heard from fright, read more »

  • 252.
    My First Pretzels

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