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Poems About: LONDON

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  • 349.
    love song - WAEL MOREICHEH

    A LITTLE NEWS coming FROM
    THE nectar lips my lady love AND new york win'SWEET FROM LONDON'
    then...SHE can feel by life of love
    there`s hours have not end read more »

    WAEL MOREICHEH
  • 350.
    London Calling

    London calling
    it's smokers lungs bleating
    in sharp consonants, lulling vowels
    a mother's voice calling to her bosom read more »

    Jack Turner
  • 351.
    hey where have you been?

    have you been to London
    to visit the Queen?

    hey where have you been? read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 352.
    .5. Cobbles Tales

    Cobbled streets and carriage wheels
    Black handsome cabs for hire
    Market traders making deals
    Beside the watch mans fire read more »

    David Threadgold www.davidthreadgold.com
  • 353.
    I See (Revised/Reposted)

    I see
    Death
    Lurking
    In their eyes.... read more »

    Scarlett Treat
  • 354.
    Dig Deep

    London couldn't wait
    For the busker's to arrive.
    Welsh lovers' singing read more »

    Nia Williams
  • 355.
    Inner being

    It quivers inside and is worried
    All the time,
    About offending anyone. read more »

    Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  • 356.
    Ole Jack

    The night encased in the sun's tight grip
    The speed of my knife is unmatched as it rips through the skin
    of those who have sinned
    The coppers almost caught me last night if it weren't for that pretty girl Bess read more »

    Sev Brown
  • 357.
    REPIN MA ENDZ

    U BETA LISTEN 2 DIS SHIT

    COZ IMA ONLE SAY DIS ONCE read more »

    Bbi Kit kat
  • 358.
    Tavern inTalkeetna

    I remember it now as a hole in the wall
    though at the time I stopped there
    for directions to Denali read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
  • 359.
    .2. Cabby

    Could I have been a cabby?
    In a taxi coloured black
    To run around old London
    With a full load in the back read more »

    David Threadgold www.davidthreadgold.com
  • 360.
    OK, Let Ursus Major Speak!

    Every time I read something
    by a guy named Hemingway
    I marvel at his taciturnity! read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
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