CONCRETE POEMS


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

  • 133.
    In Time

    In the bus I sprint with my thoughts
    I see all kinds, all races and all sorts
    Hey, I have not kissed red lips like yours
    Not today, yesterday or ever like before read more »

  • 134.
    Song Of A Mountain Man

    I come from Land of bracken hills and green meads fringed by hedges
    And I am still a mountain man and rough around the edges
    And now I live in Sherbrooke Shire in the Dandenong Ranges
    From Bracken hills to gum tree hills the scenery so changes. read more »

  • 135.
    Work Weary Man

    This shovelling concrete is a bore
    I feel tired can't take much more
    All this working like a slave
    Will ge me an early grave. read more »

  • 136.
    Poet’s Poetry

    A budding poet learning to express
    Pouring the images of the conceived world;
    The sensibility maturing with years
    The abstract becoming concrete and the concrete abstract; read more »

  • 137.
    WITHIN THIS SPACE

    Within this space upon this spot
    Hatred blinded worse than dust
    Repression and anger crushed
    More surely than any falling concrete read more »

  • 138.
    Pitch Black

    You awake from a nightmare
    and find the room pitch black
    You notice your not on a bed
    instead, a cold slab of concrete read more »

  • 139.
    Anxiety

    In the middle of this concrete and re-bar jungle teeming with death and life,
    I think of you, Cadereyta. This maddening jungle is shocking, choking,
    I think of you Cadereyta, I seek escape. read more »

  • 140.
    Terminal Man

    Man in trouble, terminal...
    Swallow the concrete pill, settle in.
    A dark gift: death wrapped in a life
    That embrace of limitations, very little longer. read more »

  • 141.
    Two old men

    A tired old man
    Tortured in the flesh,
    Oppressed in the mind.
    Imprisoned in a crowded cell, read more »

  • 142.
    Dartford

    You sit as a grey silent rushing stream
    Of concrete, metal, with grey marbled sky
    Leaning undefinable towards the Payne's charcoal
    Landscape read more »

  • 143.
    Unshackled

    Concrete and steel on all compressing,
    Impassive stares on soul depressing,
    A caustic dark sunlight repressing:
    Welcome to Baltimore. read more »

  • 144.
    Poem

    I pound the concrete
    Way too wired to sleep;
    In just the ecstacy of it all
    And the brillant colours of Fall; read more »

New Concrete Poems

  1. Sue Ellen, David McLansky
  2. Morning, Sara Hopkins
  3. I'm So Lonely, Emma R. Kessler
  4. The Rose That Grew On Concrete, Chima Njoku Ray
  5. Coeur d'Alene, Lucas Pate
  6. A Corner, Alem Hailu Gabre Kristos
  7. Concrete Fill, Prasad Natarajan
  8. What makes it?, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  9. City, Indira Renganathan
  10. Yet to trace that heart, S.D. TIWARI
  11. Color, Cracks, and Concrete, Jeff Gangwer
  12. Haiku - Graffiti, Michelle Claus
  13. Turner's Wont, douglas scotney
  14. Ancestor home, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  15. The Corner Meet on Love Street, Shirene L smith
  16. blow that dam, lee fones
  17. B-17:, Paul Geiger
  18. so much depends upon, Audrey Xuski
  19. Concrete Backyard, Carolyn May
  20. Wishing Lightning To Strike [3rd REVISION], Margaret Alice Second
  21. Here, Ed Roberson
  22. Team Commonwealth, United We Stand, Emily Liang
  23. Medusa, Alexander Roussel
  24. Hope For Tomorrow, BRENDA KANSHABE TUMUSHABE
  25. A Simple Playground, Jett Mowle
  26. Another Summer, Maya Hanson (mye3)
  27. Skateboard Warrior, Rob Hyden
  28. Harvest [ December 5th], Tlou Romeo
  29. A Mermaid's Tale of Concrete's World, Morose Mermaid
  30. The Secret Violet Killer, Susy Evelyne
  31. Haiku Ideologies, Jonathan ROBIN
  32. Building SPOKE To Me, Vera Sidhwa
  33. Rape, Lucifera Santez
  34. Concrete Jungle, Tatum Wessling
  35. Hampden, Kevin Moore
  36. King's Bridge, Les Littleford
  37. Buildings, Lento Maez
  38. The City's Backside, Roger Hudson
  39. Let men make not a jungle in a city, Bashyam Narayanan
  40. Trafficking Life, Kevin Moore
  41. Little Blade Of Grass, Rhett Landry
  42. Monkeys with money, Sander Shelnutt
  43. Stolen Minutes, Diana van den Berg
  44. A Thousand Fronds, Diana van den Berg
  45. In the Shade of Suicide, Erin Thomas
  46. The Scullery Maid,1910. [ Stirling Castl.., Sally Evans
  47. Unshackled, Kevin Moore
  48. Concrete and Nature, Maelea Mercado
  49. Hopeless, Anonymous Ghurl
  50. Syrian Haiku, Guillermo Veloso
  51. Dichotomy, June Stepansky
  52. Early Courting, Melissa Joy Chesky
  53. Remembering Danny, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  54. Dartford, karen sinclair
  55. Nairobi, Manuel Odeny
  56. Not concrete, gajanan mishra
  57. Abstract, sallam yassin
  58. New York, Laura Gilfillan
  59. 400 Species Of Birds Breeze By, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  60. A PLACE ON UNDERSTANDS, Haris Rigoo
  61. Specialist, Katerina Val
  62. The Move, Barb Nixon
  63. An Encapsulated Universe, Eileen Murray
  64. Two old men, H L Pham
  65. Helen and You and the Pirate Ship, Terry Collett
  66. Alankar(Decor) -109, Indira Renganathan
  67. Finger Tip Touchable, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  68. Love Thy Nation- Gurajada Apparao, Uma Pochampalli Goparaju
  69. Autumn Life Blood, Gregory Allen Uhan
  70. Terminal Man, Tom Hennemann
  71. Small Children in Prison, Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
  72. First Impressions, Corrina Kavea
  73. childhood memories-May Day, Mary Mc Creath
  74. Bombsite Conversation., Terry Collett
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