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Poems About: PARIS

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  • 37.
    Kind Paris

    Kind Paris
    under my feet.

    The clack of heels read more »

    Erica Francis
  • 38.
    Affairs in Paris

    On last bottle of wine
    from last night
    With talks read more »

    sallam yassin
  • 39.
    Paris Rain

    Cold, wet and windy day in Paris
    A bench by a window in a warm coffee shop
    Slight cold wind comes in through a crack in the window frame
    Raindrops trail on the pane read more »

    J.D McNair
  • 40.

    J'ai vu Paris dans l'ombre
    Hypogée où l'on riait trop
    Paris une grande améthyste
    Ces soldats belges en troupe read more »

    Guillaume Apollinaire
  • 41.
    Ghost of Paris

    Fauvist moon smooth like Newton
    Relative without warning
    Nothing shall stop the coming cubes
    Ulysses talks a new language read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
  • 42.
    Limerick: Once A Belly-Dancer In Cairo

    Once a Belly-Dancer in Cairo
    Tried to wiggle her way through Fado
    Only thing she had on
    Was a navel button: read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 43.
    September 22

    It's the day of the ram
    and the head of the year
    Rosh Ha'Shanah at
    services I sat next to read more »

    David Lehman
  • 44.
    Love and Entropy

    You give your coins to the pool
    then wish to own a fountain someday
    then I give you Paris, and then I give you Paris
    one hundred times. How about New Zealand? read more »

    Deliot Taylor
  • 45.
    Through Paris 1970

    As you rode through Paris
    in the packed coach

    the radio played read more »

    Terry Collett
  • 46.
    Rock a bye Train

    Rock –a- bye train, rock-a-bye train
    rock-a-bye, rock-a-bye, rock-a–bye train
    all the way, from Paris to Spain
    rock-a-bye, rock-a-bye, rock-a-bye train. read more »

    Diana Rosser
  • 47.
    Limerick: Once A Dapper Diplomat In Paris

    Once a Dapper Diplomat in Paris
    Took to « wife » a Man for his Mrs.
    « She » wanted a Baby
    « She » married a Lady read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 48.

    Plastered in Paris
    after more than ' a little tipple'

    you topple read more »

    Dónall Dempsey
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