Poems About: CONCRETE
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- carpe diem
Concrete wraps into her legs
Bound into prison
Stripping the soul away
To the palsy of acrid air read more »Tsani Jones
98.The Concrete Jungle
The beast roams the concrete jungle and trails of tarmac laid,
To prey on helpless victims that a deprived society raised.
Not for food to feed it’s young, who’s bellies empty are,
But for video’s and tellys or someone else’s car. read more »terence nabbs
I can’t pretend
there’s beauty to exhume
from these slabs read more »Ali Alizadeh
Always searching for that awesome concrete wave.
Or crashing on a rail that could put him in his grave.
He rides the cold hard concrete, the city’s nasty crud.
Tries not to miss his landing with a bone crunching thud. read more »Rob Hyden
101.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 »Bill Mitton
Foggy day in the street
Of its wandering play
Giving shadows on concrete
As they grow long their way read more »Peter S. Quinn
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 »Tom Hennemann
104.~~~Why divide....? ? ? ? ~~~
World with silver rays
Make no division
Thatched roof or concrete roof tops read more »Kolitha Lelwala
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 »Sylvia Chidi
106.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 »Francis Duggan
The Gun went off
She fell into the abyss I promised I'd never let her fall into.
I failed her
Could'nt save her this time read more »Byron Cornell Ford II
108.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 »Francis Duggan