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Poems About: SHOPPING

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  • 229.
    My Watch

    I'm sitting in my room
    thinking of a new poem for you
    i just came back from the shop
    who fixed watches and does clocks read more »

    Nez Nut
  • 230.
    Ghost Town

    This town is becoming like a ghost town;
    Many of our local shops are closing down.
    Once upon a time, this town was really hopping,
    But now people go elsewhere for their shopping. read more »

    Angela Wybrow
  • 231.
    Barber's Shop

    Conversations in a barber's shop,
    And like a clay tile in the land of your muse;
    But walk upon it and tell me how you feel,
    And like the state of the mind and the state of the things around us; read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 232.
    Caribbean rum shop

    Six o' clock a morning rum shop door open
    In less than a minute, it welcomes Mike and Jason

    They call fuh a quarter Vodka with orange juice chaser read more »

    Dennis Adonis
  • 233.
    Grandpa Drop-Out

    Grandpa told the story about him dropping out of school in the 9th grade
    He had to dropp out because his family
    Was having money troubles and he wanted to help
    So he got a job at a auto repair shop and worked there read more »

    Megan Foster
  • 234.
    Stopping Shopping

    Aren’t we ever satisfied by shopping?
    Just the thought of popping
    Or, as some do, bopping
    To the supermarket gets me hopping read more »

    C Richard Miles
  • 235.
    - First Job: : Humour

    I’ll drive you to the shopping centre, Sandy’s grandma offered
    Sandy gladly accepted the proposition her gran proffered
    “I’ll just wait in the car”, said gran, “while you go in and inquire
    About a job in those shops, surely someone will hire” read more »

    Alessandra Liverani
  • 236.
    Shopping Bags

    I hate these shopping bags
    They weigh my body down
    They keep me on the beaten track
    They break every bone in my back read more »

    Matt Pocock
  • 237.
    (Seasonal Poems) Christmas in Hong Kong (1981)

    That Christmas Day in Hong Kong
    the sun gleamed on the plastic Christmas trees
    the rippling flags, the signs
    like vines hanging from the upper floors read more »

    Janice Windle
  • 238.
    Shopkeeper

    The wares the shop sells are all worn and fade
    Cashbox is empty business is in the red
    The man behind the counter couldn’t care less
    Happy to be there at the forgotten address! read more »

    Pradip Chattopadhyay
  • 239.
    The Kings

    The Kings

    Have you heard the news, the Kings are coming
    the drummer boy, he's doing his drumming, read more »

    Gomer LePoet
  • 240.
    Midnight Shop Windows

    Palace corridors in percentage glory
    Monetary exhibits inside museum’s story,
    Beckons day time in custom spirit to clean
    On an astral plane machine read more »

    Andrew Nawroski
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