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  • 301.
    Concrete and Nature

    The Sun shone,
    Bright and free
    Lighting the land
    As far as the eye can see
    Until the great moutains
    Where the bears reside
    But buildings marre the land
    Covering the grass
    that would soon stand

    Clouds form
    Casting the sun aside
    Looming black masses
    A storm yet to come
    Thought not to reach us
    But still they run

    Three days time a war begun
    Between land and man
    Nature and concrete
    Angry winds swirl
    Enraged rain pounds,
    The earth at odds
    With man and itself

    Concrete destroyed
    Buildings crumble
    The land sobs
    As its freed from the rubble
    Years of darkness without Sun
    the land under rejoices with glee
    No longer tapped
    Beneath stone, concrete, and metal
    Most surviving by but a petal

    Like death warmed over
    Nature rises at last
    Against all odds
    They rise again
    To take back the world
    That we have murdered read more »

  • 302.
    Wishing Lightning To Strike [3rd REVISION]

    Can’t go on with throbbing ankle and ringing ears,
    went for a stroll to escape the chicken coop noise
    noise driving me mad, road-works in a narrow lane
    - and I did not see the concrete slab ready to catch read more »

  • 303.
    Coeur d'Alene

    The mist swirls thick in the night air
    Footsteps fall upon pre-occupied ears
    Focused on thoughts within
    Streetlights blaze a path read more »

  • 304.
    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 »

  • 305.
    keeping the inner child- born to be wild

    When your caught in the dead end, pointless job 9 to life
    2.3 children, concrete cell, full of strife
    Sell the system your soul, just to fit in
    If thats conscious living, then id much rather sin read more »

  • 306.
    Curiosity

    TRAPPED BEHIND THE 4 CONCRETE WALLS OF MY ADDICTION, SLAYED BY UR AFFECTION.
    GUILTY BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT OF BEING CAPTIVATED BY MY OWN PROMISCUITY. CONVICTED OF THE CRIME CALLED LOVE SENTENCED TO ETERNITY, BUT NOT KNOWING FOREVER, WHATELSE IS OUT THERE IN THE FREE AND LIBERAL WORLD OF SIN AND LUST IS KILLIN ME INSIDE,
    ITS LIKE AN UNTOUCHABLE DRUG, SUFFOCATING, STIFLING MYSELF BY BEING IN LOVE WITH YOU.
    AND ME NOT KNOWING SO MY IMPATIENCE GROWING, read more »

  • 307.
    The Rose

    Solitude
    And war and peace
    Another chance
    To come and see read more »

  • 308.
    little lost girl

    Breathe in your oxygen
    blink back your tears
    before they start asking questions
    they just want to interfear read more »

  • 309.
    Still broken waiting for the pieces to be fixed

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  • 310.
    Little lost girl

    Breathe in your oxygen
    blink back your tears
    before they start asking questions
    they just want to interfear read more »

  • 311.
    The Happening

    The Happening

    It was a happening of that moment
    None has expected that read more »

  • 312.
    Concrete Jungle

    Concrete jungle, rats and cats
    Illuminated cats eyes traps draw us in
    Grin when you fall
    No applause when you win read more »

New Concrete Poems

  1. Supply water, gajanan mishra
  2. Waters Rage, Kelsey Decker
  3. Shadows, Sean Showalter
  4. Haiku ' plaza ' finale, miken newman
  5. The Fallen King, Tyler Cooley
  6. Time Sand Second Worlds Spin Multiverse .., Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  7. A Corner, Alem Hailu Gabre Kristos
  8. Concrete Fill, Prasad Natarajan
  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. The Corner Meet on Love Street, Shirene L smith
  14. blow that dam, lee fones
  15. B-17:, Paul Geiger
  16. so much depends upon, Audrey Xuski
  17. A Simple Playground, Jett Mowle
  18. Haiku Ideologies, Jonathan ROBIN
  19. Concrete Jungle, Tatum Wessling
  20. Hampden, Kevin Moore
  21. Buildings, Lento Maez
  22. Trafficking Life, Kevin Moore
  23. Little Blade Of Grass, Rhett Landry
  24. Monkeys with money, Sander Shelnutt
  25. In the Shade of Suicide, Erin Thomas
  26. Syrian Haiku, Guillermo Veloso
  27. Dichotomy, June Stepansky
  28. Remembering Danny, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  29. Abstract, sallam yassin
  30. New York, Laura Gilfillan
  31. 400 Species Of Birds Breeze By, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  32. Alankar(Decor) -109, Indira Renganathan
  33. Finger Tip Touchable, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  34. Autumn Life Blood, Gregory Allen Uhan
  35. The Truth Reverse, Neela Nath
  36. Civilisation, Miroslava Odalovic
  37. History, Abdulla Safe
  38. In a Dream, David Ignatow
  39. my seach for beauty begins here..., ratnaprabha raykar
  40. Poetry, D.L. Lang
  41. Making Love To Concrete, Audre Lorde
  42. Concrete Hurt, Chester Maynes
  43. (((Seascape Longing))), Theodora (Theo) Onken
  44. The Concrete and the Abstract, Nazmul Haque
  45. Art, Heather Iverson
  46. Words of Concrete, laiba shams
  47. Flowers of Monsoon, Asif Andalib
  48. Where people live in the concrete jungle, Gert Strydom
  49. Ice and Concrete, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  50. Bus Poem #6, robert dickerson
  51. Concrete Mind, Ryan Lee Morris
  52. A Place To Sit, Orlando Belo
  53. Solid concrete, Danjele Loos
  54. Lost angel, Gert Strydom
  55. Nature Will Reclaim, trina johnson
  56. The Rose That Grew From Concrete, Jose Chavez
  57. Rainbow of dreams, hemu gupta
  58. Caged, KRISTINA MADSEN
  59. what must you do?, RIC S. BASTASA
  60. Walls, teejay easte
  61. Steel Sparkles, Michelle Lowrie
  62. Mycoo: 15, AtreyaSarma Uppaluri
  63. Travel Macao Haiku - Saint Paul's Ruins, john tiong chunghoo
  64. it's time for you escape, Maria Barbara Korynt
  65. ' ' ' ' BRACE OF TANKAS, Dónall Dempsey
  66. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! A flight to nowhere - Ha.., Mamta Agarwal
  67. All Is God's Place!, Ramesh T A
  68. tourism ***** ASKEWED FLOATING RESTAURANT, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  69. my single look at you can make a differe.., RIC S. BASTASA
  70. Mycoo: 08, AtreyaSarma Uppaluri
  71. Concrete Forest, Gregory (gshaw57) Upshaw
  72. Jungles of Green, Anil Maheshwari
  73. A lessons for myself, Angelica Duardo
  74. Welcome to the concrete jungle, RIC S. BASTASA
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