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

  • 313.

    Impasto supine thick paint
    Lucien Freud reciting poetry
    Portrait painter like no other
    Color, off like a mummy read more »

  • 314.
    oliver twist

    England, about 1830
    Shortly after Oliver´s mother gives birth to Oliver she dies. Oliver is now raised up in a workhouse under the strict rules of Mr. Bumble. Because of asking for some more gruel, Oliver is apprenticed to the undertaker Mr. Sowerberry. After a short time, Noah Claypole, another apprentice of the Sowerberry´s, bosses Oliver around and insults Oliver´s dead mother. Finally, Oliver makes his way to London where he meets Jack Dawkins who invites him to join his gang. Oliver accepts and there he meets the Artful Dodger, who trains children pickpocketing.
    First, Oliver thinks it’s a game, but after he sees how Jack Dawkins robs an old man he recognizes that it’s not. Although he didn’t rob the man, he gets accused until the bookshop owner tells the judge that two other boys were the real robbers.
    Now Oliver lives in a better home and is looked after by Mr. Brownlow. Mr. Brownlow soon trusts Oliver and sends him to a friend who he owed some money to. On his way he gets caught by Bill Sikes and Nancy, two other members of the gang. Oliver is forced to break into the house of Mr. Brownlow, but fails in his attempt. read more »

  • 315.
    Dutchman's Call

    They had seized the only longboat
    When the 'Gelderland' veered round,
    As the flames leapt the topgallant,
    And then brought the rigging down, read more »

  • 316.
    Ode to the pie

    Have yer ever had a pork pie, made in the northeast
    Ah! tell yer now bonny lad! yer missing a feast!
    A Morrels pie from Hartlepool, fer that you'd have ter queue
    Its made from flaky pastry, an half a pound of stew read more »

  • 317.
    Sweeney Todd

    I know a man named Sweeney Todd,
    Pure anger flowed in his blood,
    But still, beyond all, he had a heart,
    Even though the years tore it apart. read more »

  • 318.
    Imagining London town

    Fog this morning,
    outside my window -
    London town;
    a teary misty, read more »

  • 319.
    Pussy goes to London, nursery rhyme

    Pussy cat, Pussy cat
    where did you go?
    Meow, I went to London
    to look sports show. read more »

  • 320.

    a great house standing by
    a long water,
    bathed by a golden sun read more »

  • 321.
    London Pride

    Does the rose beside the green front door
    bloom as when I was youth.
    Does the gate clash against the post
    the spring that gave us rides read more »

  • 322.
    Haiku... Hey Kew

    Hey, Kew gardens show

    London's beautiful flowers, read more »

  • 323.
    Farewell to London Bridge

    Voices singing
    My ears ringing
    London Bridge is falling down
    So much read more »

  • 324.

    to boris johnson, mayor.

    along London
    low down read more »

New London Poems

  1. The Five Carlins: An Election Ballad, Robert Burns
  2. Torn, Nassy Fesharaki
  3. Bloomsbury Gang, Nassy Fesharaki
  4. Playing With Fire, Evie Shockley
  6. Yet, She Is Still In His Mind, Toshie Nohara
  7. JANE SAYS., Terry Collett
  8. Birch and Bracken, jim hogg
  9. I am interested in meeting one or two En.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  10. The streets of London, Mario,Lucien,Rene Odekerken
  11. I Am A Professor, A Univeristy Professor.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  12. The Call To London, Radclyffe Hall
  13. London Fog, Joseph Narusiewicz
  14. In a Restaurant, 1917, Eleanour Norton
  15. In London, 1973, watching Ultimo Tango a.., Edward Mayes
  16. London Bridge is Falling Down, Anonymous British
  17. Baby, you are the Tube..., PARTHA SARATHI PAUL
  18. The Burning Of Paules, Anonymous British
  19. Where i'm from..., Alyssa Diane
  20. Where i'm from..., Alyssa Jenkins
  21. Another Poem For DML., Marshall Gass
  22. Haiku... Hey Kew, Ken e Hall
  23. Hunger In Liverpool, oskar hansen
  24. La Mouette, Paula M. Puddephatt
  25. London Pride, John Rickell
  26. 1666, Maurice Rowlands
  27. London Pride(edited January 2014), John Rickell
  28. Pareidolia, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  29. Nonsense Droppings, Radhamani Sarma
  30. Colonial Relics, Padmanabhan Ananth
  31. Two Lovers in London, Mark (Owen) Williams
  32. Imagining London town, David Lessard
  33. Farewell to London Bridge, May Doyle
  34. Breathing Out, Sadiqullah Khan
  35. From the Cold to the Warmth, Jacob Kobina Ayiah Mensah
  36. London's burning, AaI Harvey
  37. I Can't Egg Inside This Feeling, Moses Samandar
  38. Not The Ideal Son, Moses Samandar
  39. London Baby, Moses Samandar
  40. Jackpot Rollover, Moses Samandar
  41. London Bridge, Edwina Reizer
  42. I have seen these people in New York, Lo.., Niki Nicholas Nkuna
  43. Poems For Strangers, Pierre Rausch
  44. The most beautiful city London is the ca.., Mazid S Kazi , INDIA
  45. The Pomp and Parade Vibrates Old London .., Ken e Hall
  46. London School Of Economics (Aka L.S.E), Nicolas GRENIER
  47. One Direction, 5 6A Swan Hill North Primary ..
  48. Dracula on London street, Vishal Sharma
  49. Murder In London! !, Edward Kofi Louis
  50. London (1957 - 2010), Isam Hussain
  51. Buried My September, Russell Nero
  52. In London, Edward Kofi Louis
  53. Faster Than a Speeding Bullet, Andrew Hamm
  54. Is that Pranab-da a clone of me!, Pranab K. Chakraborty
  55. 'Homeless London 1961', Res John Burman
  56. West London Blues, Alexander Hayden James Smith
  57. This Is London, Alexander Hayden James Smith
  58. Pussy cat goes to London, S.D. TIWARI
  59. Piccadilly Night Scene, Elliot Fry
  60. London Bridge, Neela Nath
  61. Memories of London, Dennis Adonis
  62. The Staring Game, Justin Tallman
  63. City Haiku, Ell Ell
  64. London's burning, Peter Hall
  65. Pussy goes to London, nursery rhyme, S.D. TIWARI
  66. Night Flight, Angela Wybrow
  67. oh my visa application, Anuj Tikku
  68. My Heart Is As Big As A London Bus (a po.., Leslie Philibert
  69. LONDON, Nicolas GRENIER
  70. Worldwide, Jojo JAC
  71. Alaska, Justin Reamer
  72. London, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  73. Chalk And Cheese, Angela Wybrow
  74. Festival Haiku - London Olympics 2012, john tiong chunghoo
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