SHOPPING POEMS


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

  • 301.
    Changing Times

    Numerous High Street names
    Are going to the wall;
    Soon, there'll be nothing left:
    Not a single trace at all. read more »

  • 302.
    A Yellow Bird

    a yellow bird in the pet shop
    it has no voice
    it is singing read more »

  • 303.
    Travel Macao Haiku - The Portuguese streets

    streets with portuguese names
    lead us to shops
    with English names read more »

  • 304.
    Small Shops

    I like small shops
    You can see what they sell
    Each individual shop
    Have their own smell read more »

  • 305.
    Shopping Malls

    Shopping malls where
    people gather,
    shop, then go
    crazy. read more »

  • 306.
    Adult

    Older Colder Stronger
    Emotionally Shorted read more »

  • 307.
    Winter Fun

    Winter is the best time of year,
    Filled with many things to hear.
    Carolers singing at your door,
    Children laughing and sleigh bells galore! read more »

  • 308.
    Raccoons

    More than little furballs.
    Kings and Queens of fun.
    Friends forever.
    Masters of the water fountain, read more »

  • 309.
    Family Vacation

    Going on a family
    vacation...
    We’re leaving right
    after lunch. read more »

  • 310.
    Slam Poetry

    I went to the poetry slam!
    And my tender little haikus
    And sensitive little free verses
    Got beat up, bullied, and bull-worn read more »

  • 311.
    Upturned Hats

    Mirrored darkly
    in a plate-glass expanse,
    unattainable life
    passes the upturned hat, read more »

  • 312.
    Chocolat-[Cheryl's chocolate challenge]

    [The most tempting of all sweets becomes the key weapon in a battle of sensual pleasure versus disciplined self-denial in this comedy. In 1959, a mysterious woman named Vianne (Juliette Binoche) moves with her young daughter into a small French village, where much of the community's activities are dominated by the local Catholic church. A few days after settling into town, Vianne opens up a confectionery shop across the street from the house of worship - shortly after the beginning of Lent. While the townspeople are supposed to be abstaining from worldly pleasures, Vianne tempts them with unusual and delicious chocolate creations, using her expert touch to create just the right candy to break down each customer's resistance. With every passing day, more and more of Vianne's neighbors are succumbing to her sinfully delicious treats, but the Comte de Reynaud (Alfred Molina) , the town's mayor, is not the least bit amused; he is eager to see Vianne run out of town before she leads the town into a deeper level of temptation. Vianne, however, is not to be swayed, and with the help of another new arrival in town, a handsome Irish Gypsy named Roux (Johnny Depp) , she plans a 'Grand Festival of Chocolate, ' to be held on Easter Sunday. Based on the novel by Joanne Harris, Chocolat features a distinguished supporting cast, including Judi Dench, Lena Olin, Carrie-Anne Moss, Peter Stormare, Hugh O'Conor, and Leslie Caron. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi]-Wikipedia

    You dragged me to France
    That wonderful film read more »

New Shopping Poems

  1. Christmas Eve, Leong Ming Loong
  2. Headache, Akhil Zoomin
  3. Until Death Do Us Part, Tony Adah
  4. Old Age, Maxwell Bodenheim
  5. Luck's Drawl, michael walkerjohn
  6. She's a Taxicab, Gouda Moon
  7. WHY, ala rhmn
  8. Rock an' Roller, Joe Hughes visit joehughes.o ..
  9. What A Shop! ! !, Amitava Sur
  10. He went out of the Shop, Emmanuel George Cefai
  11. Marble Slab Visit, Bill Grace
  12. The Collaborator, oskar hansen
  13. Ali bongos, lee fones
  14. The Book Town, David Harris
  15. The Sensible Romance Of Mildred, Edgar Albert Guest
  16. Ruled By Share Values, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  17. Elsie from Portugal- Aged 2 and a bit., Geoffrey Fafard
  18. fish paste, lee fones
  19. Oxford Street, Amitie Abedi
  20. Grey Thursday, Jeff Gangwer
  21. Shopping, Toshie Nohara
  22. Shopping, Connie Sky
  23. Fashion, Connie Sky
  24. What can I do with my African elephant i.., Rachel Nichols
  25. local town, lee fones
  26. **Stop to Chat- Literally, TheNameless Poet
  27. An Attack on Society, Huzaifa Zoeb
  28. the stealers, lee fones
  29. HER SMILE, Prasanna Mishra
  30. Publicity, Palas Kumar Ray
  31. Market Dilemma.., veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  32. Happiness, Padmanabhan Ananth
  33. Create Each Night, Naveed Akram
  34. A Yellow Bird, Suchoon Mo_
  35. The whizz pop chocolate shop! ! ! ! ! ! .., Aoife Bridges
  36. New Island Of Bliss (REVISED), Margaret Alice Second
  37. Thankshopgiving, Ima Ryma
  38. Jamal Jackalope, Bruce Larkin
  39. Haiku Orbit et Obit, Jonathan ROBIN
  40. Hassan, Nassy Fesharaki
  41. December Shopping, mudassir ahmad
  42. The Adventures of Maddie the Mouse…Danci.., R. K. Hart
  43. Christmas Eve, Bernard Kennedy
  44. Where Have All The Shops Gone, Douglas McClarty
  45. You Will Be Honored If You Behave Decent.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  46. Saturday, Niki Nicholas Nkuna
  47. O Said I To Myself To-Day 2, Emmanuel George Cefai
  48. The Back-and-Forth, Hans Ostrom
  49. As Rich As A Queen, Margaret Alice Second
  50. Shopkeeper, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  51. For The Love Of Things, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  52. Shopping With Mommy, Vivian Nguyen
  53. Merry Christmas To You (The Lucky Fours), Dorian Petersen Potter
  54. Digression, Justin Reamer
  55. Pentastic!, Denis Martindale
  56. Shopping (Nonet/ Acrostic), Dorian Petersen Potter
  57. Limited Edition, Itai Oscar
  58. A painting in a shop, Gert Strydom
  59. Kissed Him There., Terry Collett
  60. A FEW PERCEPTIONS, M.D Dinesh Nair
  61. Sleep of Love, otteri selvakumar
  62. Cakes of Love, oskar hansen
  63. What Happened?, I Am Here
  64. Musical Mango, Vishal Sharma
  65. Sane voices, Niki Nicholas Nkuna
  66. Time Shift, David Wood
  67. Incredible India, my motherland, S.zaynub Kamoonpuri
  68. DON'T BURN THE JUKEBOX & MY LAZY BASTARD.., Nicolas GRENIER
  69. Changing Times, Angela Wybrow
  70. CIVILIZATION ON REVERSE BEAT, santhana louis
  71. Helen and the Small Penknife., Terry Collett
  72. Caribbean rum shop, Dennis Adonis
  73. All fallen pieces, alia black
  74. Sarojini Nagar Market, keep your shape i.., Bashyam Narayanan
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