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Poems About: PARIS

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  • 253.

    Another winter say has come and
    Gone away
    In Paris and Rome
    And I wanna go home read more »

    Christina Conseco
  • 254.
    twelve hours to london, but backwards it's better

    the clouds crowd far beneath my feet;
    but i—i’m distant! i wish she could see
    the lands stretched free beside my wings;
    better yet, i wish read more »

    Antoine Lavoisier
  • 255.
    Feeling of Life

    Hot like the sun,
    Cold like Antarctica,
    Loud like a concert,
    Quite like a mouse, read more »

    courtney helm
  • 256.
    Sand In The Mouth

    The hot Earth blisters
    Opening to the unwitting tear of
    Man’s insensitive hand read more »

    Laurence Overmire
  • 257.
    Nine Cities Of Six Lines

    New York is ultimate but too old a memory to know
    San Fran in Fall which is there summer
    Prague, Paris and London see first across the sea
    Berlin for a once divided world read more »

    Bill Grace
  • 258.

    Click, click, click, click, click
    That’s what I hear, so, stick
    Or should I make a move now; quick
    Before the others could make me sick read more »

    John B Hayes
  • 259.
    In Her My Place Must Be

    I have a favorite place
    That exists in two locations
    It’s in my heart
    The darting mind of love and hate read more »

    Eric Andrew James
  • 260.

    Smog chocked skies
    As if there is nothing to see
    Rain comes to clear away
    The death brought on by diesel engines read more »

    K.. K..
  • 261.
    :) On Paris Hilton

    This Paris Hilton thing makes me sad
    So much of it comes from who's her dad
    I don't defend actions that we know are bad
    But grieve that the lives of the rest of us read more »

    Bill Grace
  • 262.
    boo fighters

    a couple of clowns
    a couple of gowns
    a couple of towns
    with ghosts read more »

    chris bowen, a.k.a to wit
  • 263.
    World Famous Painting Haiku - At the Moulin Rouge

    at the Moulin Rouge
    the woman waits for someone
    she does not like read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 264.

    As your father peered in
    at us through the plexi-glass wall
    and haunted the banks
    that skirted our home read more »

    Jim Coby
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