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Poems About: LONDON

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  • 229.
    The Staring Game

    My eyes are plastered on
    plastic screens
    LCD piercing Iris
    winking hello to London read more »

    Justin Tallman
  • 230.
    Piccadilly Night Scene

    slumber city,
    old theatre lights sallow
    unaffordable attractions
    tat shops in decadent london, read more »

    Elliot Fry
  • 231.
    'Homeless London 1961'

    'Homeless London 1961'


    I remember the rain, the hunger and pain read more »

    Res John Burman
  • 232.
    A Season

    Moving through London
    A tide receding
    The moon leaves me
    A blue season ends read more »

    Stuart Knapp
  • 233.
    ' ' ' ' JOB SECURITY

    It’s 1720’s London
    & highwaymen are notorious

    for fixing up notices read more »

    Dónall Dempsey
  • 234.
    (For Dónall) Parting

    We kiss, we kiss,
    deep
    in the heart of London,
    deep read more »

    Janice Windle
  • 235.
    Symphony Miko

    (dedicated to Sir Colin Davis, Mr. Valery Gergiev, and London Symphony Orchestra)

    profound personal
    heroic timbres read more »

    Ahmad Shiddiqi
  • 236.
    Roaming

    Thorned-dirty
    London's dust:
    hug-longed life's roses
    anchored read more »

    Pasquale Amabile
  • 237.
    Ballad: Peter the Wag

    POLICEMAN PETER FORTH I drag
    From his obscure retreat:
    He was a merry genial wag,
    Who loved a mad conceit. read more »

    WS Gilbert
  • 238.
    Peter the Wag

    POLICEMAN PETER FORTH I drag
    From his obscure retreat:
    He was a merry genial wag,
    Who loved a mad conceit. read more »

    William Schwenck Gilbert
  • 239.
    The Story Of Ill May Day, In The Reign Of King Henry VIII

    The Story of Ill May Day, in the reign of king Henry the Eighth, and why it was so called; and how Queen Katherine read more »

    Anonymous Olde English
  • 240.
    GREAT FIRE OF LONDON

    The great fire of London occurred on September 2,1666, in Pudding
    Lane. At one o’clock a servant woke to find the house aflame, the baker and his family escaped, but the terror-stricken maid perished. In the fire 13,000 houses,89 churches and 52 Guildhalls were destroyed. The fames claimed sixteen lives.

    It was a spark from a baker’s oven read more »

    Colin Ian Jeffery
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