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Poems About: CITY

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

  • 337.
    City Sluts

    City sluts
    gyrate eastward on 27th St.
    with their skirts high on their thigh.
    They blow you a kiss read more »

    bob barci
  • 338.
    city of music

    Music is like a city
    The genres are the suburbs
    The bands, the streets
    The albums, the buildings read more »

    (kc) ripper
  • 339.
    City of Jazz (in defiance of Katrina AKA the Beast)

    In the land of Blues
    There once came a beast
    A wild, uncaring, disparaging scourge
    She tore through the soul of city of gold read more »

    T.L. Taylor
  • 340.
    Travel Haiku - China Summer Olympics

    Beijing Summer Olympics
    city races to recover
    past glories read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 341.
    The Train Leaving the Station

    It starts slow, works hard, to pull the wight
    Of all the freight
    Train
    Of thoght read more »

    Jacquelyn Rocha
  • 342.
    A Walk Around the Block

    My friends and I went to the city
    And we took a little walk
    After having a delicious lunch
    We walked around the block read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 343.
    CITY OF ANGELS

    IT'S NIGHT IN ANGELS LAKE CITY.
    LIGHTS ARE CALMING DOWN,
    BABY ANGELS START TO REST,
    THERE SILENCE, IT'S FOR THE BEST. read more »

    Gianni Pintus
  • 344.
    City Lights

    Walking the lonely streets of the city during the nights
    I look around me and see lights
    Lights of skyscrapers touching the sky
    And the lights of buildings that don’t stand very high read more »

    Joe Pascale
  • 345.
    adventure ***** EAGLE'S EYE VIEW

    downtown Davao City seen from upper Toril
    Mt. Talomo's foothills, Tungkalan

    Bind your eyes with mine all curious Dabawenyos read more »

    Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  • 346.
    Small City

    She lived in a small city,
    where the streetlights turn off
    at 3am.
    Where every store is closed except read more »

    ashley McC
  • 347.
    A City Once Spoken Of

    Every day shines with the lights of heaven
    Every question imagined - unanswered.
    Shaded under the tree of life
    No more bloody blades, no more war read more »

    T. Alfred Norman
  • 348.
    Quiz Poem #2: World City

    This marble capital to guess is, from two brothers, born.
    Queen Victoria eyes Caesar's,
    Awfully Painful corns.
    A mnemonic of seven mounds sieze hers. read more »

    Brother Jonathan Gardner
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