Poems About: CITY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.beyond that sea, there is a city
backpack in my hand,
dropp it down and
getting things ready read more »Mohamad Rasoul Mohamadi
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
351.The Charred Cross
That winter's night the sky did glow
A flaming amber 'neath the stars,
As the city blazed the bombs lit up
The old cathedral spire, read more »ANDREW BLAKEMORE
352.Beautiful, Beautiful Midnight City
Beautiful, beautiful, midnight city.
I sense you are evil but still you are pretty.
I know your inhabitants are in need of pity.
But still I love my midnight city. read more »Alex Duchovny
353.I LOVE YOU I HATE YOU
As his eyes open he sees bright neon lights after passing a giant rainbow
The monoliths emerge and he again reaches the city called Sin city
So many sweet memories in so short a time read more »BEAU GOLDEN
354.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
Last nights discarded takeaways
which litter city centre streets
Unwanted polystyrene trays
of vegetables and broken meats. read more »ivor .e hogg
356.Twin Towers Toppled Of Heart's Sadness And Memory.
Ye twin towers have toppled of heart's sadness of New York City...
Twas twin building's toppled by terror-not pity.
City of York be new not old... read more »Michael Gale
357.Crossroads of America
Crossroads of this brave New World:
tiring - perhaps no longer young read more »Frederick Kesner
358.Why Will You Gone with the Wind
Why will you gone with the wind?
Does it because you were attracted
by the peach street in that Tree City?
-it's like walking in the fragrant garden of sweet peach read more »Dongming Zhou
359.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
360.The Drowned City
She once bore fruit of exquisite taste
Lemons, apples and bananas
Were eaten by sailors who came by
Her fruits bore life read more »Lee John Siebritz