Poems About: CHICAGO
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
277.White Lipped Deer - Lincoln Park Zoo
I'm called a white lipped deer - guess why?
Let me give you a heads up hint.
All my white mouth markings - good eye!
To browse and graze - my lips well spent. read more »Ima Ryma
278.Rolling Stone (Translated from an Assamese song by Dr. Bhupen Hazarika)
I’m a rolling stone
I’m a rolling stone
I scurry across the globe
Without looking for a home read more »Syed Ahmed Shah
Many would take it
as the midway station to heaven
nineteen hundred miles up
can heaven be far away? read more »William Weiyi Marr
280.Dubey, Your English? My English, Sir, Bihari English, I Mean Hindustani English
What are you speaking, Mr.Dubey,
English is English,
Have heard about British English,
Spoken in the Oxcambridge areas read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
281.8pm, Sandymount Beach
Sometimes an author's
while-to-get-a-go-on is more of a
while than a reader can bear, more than a bearable
while; read more »douglas scotney
282.Black History Month
A pretty black girl in Chicago takes a stray bullet to the back,
another Mother standing beside a dark grave, while white America arms.
A black boy shot in the face getting groceries for his waiting Mom,
a congress so dumb white blind, they can't see this as wrong! read more »Alexander Downie
283.Poetry Tree Cultivator of Plenty Variations in the 21st century
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Poetry magazines are a lot of poo
They send your poems back to you
With little notes and friendly words
As a poet you`re a wordless nerd read more »Leslie Philibert
285.'Talking Trash on South Beach'
"Talking Trash on South Beach"
When I first mentioned read more »Bernard Snyder
American egodacity read more »Gregory Allen Uhan
287.The Great Fire of Ingersoll
'Twas on a pleasant eve in May.
Just as the sun shed its last ray,
The bell it rang, citizens to warn,
For lo ! a fire appears in barn. read more »James McIntyre
288.Ramblings in a phone booth
I'm trying to remember
When last was I stuck
In a phone booth on pavement
Without card or a buck. read more »Harriet James