Top 100 Poems About: CITY

In this page, poems on / about “city” are listed.
  • 1.
    In The City

    Walking along these city streets
    Seeing people busy
    Each with their own itinerary read more »

    Jeremy Patnou
  • 2.
    city on the sea? ? WAEL MOREICHEH

    FALL IN A LOVELY AUTUMN read more »

  • 3.


    Plastic flowers
    Lipstick lovers read more »

    Mula Veereswara Rao
  • 4.
    The Big City Type

    I woke up in a big city apartment

    Rode to a big city job read more »

    Adam Artois
  • 5.

    Cities come and go
    life and dead
    distant towns berths
    City of hiding places read more »

    Imam Setiaji Ronoatmojo
  • 6.
    In the City of Night

    City of night,
    Wrap me in your folds of shadow. read more »

    John Gould Fletcher
  • 7.
    The Ballad of Sparta

    Men of old in shining armor,
    Brand their swords and ride like thunder,
    Cities quake; behold their tremor!
    Xerxes turns toward Greece. read more »

    Jonzo Bandwagoner
  • 8.
    Welcome to Delhi -City of Dreams

    Capital of my country,
    City of companies,
    City of Crowd,
    Welcome to Delhi-City of Dreams. read more »

    Khushdeep Kaur
  • 9.
    The City

    The City was large and spacious
    many even called it gracious
    Buildings and its bosses sprout from everywhere
    Supplying the workers with work and care read more »

    Nikolai Curtis
  • 10.
    Hollywood, Hollywood, Hollywood

    This is the city I love to live in
    Where the sky is upside down,
    The stars are lying on the sidewalk
    And I'm feelings as if I'm flying on the clouds. read more »

    Juris Doctor Oreste Flavio Perdomo
  • 11.
    Romace in the moonlight

    In the city where the colours run dry
    Or in the country where the colour green is applied
    In the city where there are polluting cars
    Or in the country where you can see the stars read more »

    Nicole Buckland
  • 12.

    While I was walking the city
    enhaling the dust of the street after rain
    the weather cloudy, the trees dim
    the city looked like an open book read more »

    Bassel Almasalmeh
  • 13.
    My City

    City, you are my City.
    You are where i come from,
    you gave me my family,
    you gave me my life. read more »

    Andy Coyle
  • 14.
    The City Vs. The Country

    In the city where the colours run dry,
    Or in the country where the farmers grow rye.
    In the city where there are fees,
    Or in the country where beauty is free. read more »

    Haley McRae
  • 15.
    City Haiku

    Smoky city night
    Piercing yowl shatters the dark.
    Nonchalant to the
    Bloodshot glares from dark windows, read more »

    Cicero Grey
  • 16.
    The city

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  • 17.
    It’s called the inner city

    On death row I ask what happen to me
    This is not the way it was suppose be
    So I drag my mind trying to recall
    The life I had beyond these prison walls read more »

    ikhalfani solan
  • 18.
    Clean And Green Gurgaon

    Only the persons who read literature,
    Save themselves and also the nature.
    I have a lot of embarrassing feel,
    Now our world is packed in a seal. read more »

    Mohit Chahal
  • 19.
    The magic snow

    In our city the snow never melts.
    Usually it's
    indistinguishable from the grass and asphalt. read more »

    ordinary passerby
  • 20.
    My City, My Town

    My city, my town
    The day u were birthed
    No one regretted read more »

    Edwina Aleme
  • 21.
    City in ruins

    Welcome to our city
    Or rather was our city
    My name is a victim
    And i will be your tourist guard today read more »

    Andytics mufc
  • 22.
    When City Lights

    Walking corner to corner,
    Staring lights like a hover,
    This the thing I always do,
    When this city starts its glow. read more »

    Christian Nerves
  • 23.
    City sleeps

    I love the night
    Because when the city sleeps
    It's never more awake
    It's like a whole new world comes to life read more »

    Zack Dozier
  • 24.
    Los Angeles: The Beautiful Tragedy

    The city of angels is where I want to be
    Where I don't know them read more »

    Rey Contreras
  • 25.
    The City Never Sleeps

    A cool winter's night
    Shadows from the moon light
    The city masked in dark
    And this late hour marked read more »

    Kayla Roberts
  • 26.
    The City-At Night

    Awake at night
    Lights sparkling bright
    People from unknown places
    Egged into crowded spaces read more »

    Mitzie Holstein
  • 27.
    The Train Leaving the Station

    It starts slow, works hard, to pull the wight
    Of all the freight
    Of thoght read more »

    Jacquelyn Rocha
  • 28.

    A nice foggy weather
    In this exciting winter morning
    I am sitting in a bus
    Waiting to reach my school read more »

    Minu Jaiswal
  • 29.
    An Invisible letter

    An Invisible letter

    I would like to write down something
    Between me and the invisible city read more »

    Borce Panov
  • 30.
    Paradise: Prison

    This city's still standing
    But I can't see why
    All this chaos and Sin
    We're burning alive read more »

    Zach Howard
  • 31.
    You Small City

    You, small city
    Covered by blue sky
    And brown fence read more »

    Ronald Nyakweba
  • 32.
    Every city

    Every CITY looks different,
    if you don't think so you should see,
    why don't come with me,
    and see the whole CITY. read more »

    thomesha robinson
  • 33.
    Ladies and Gentlemen

    Ladies and gentlemen,
    Welcome to the queen city of Babylon
    And the seven hills of ancient Rome.
    Welcome to that great city, that mighty city! read more »

    Bob Evenson
  • 34.
    City of fools

    City of Idiots,
    mindless self, repeat the rush
    city of Idiots,
    I try to forget, read more »

    Scentless Apprentice
  • 35.
    City Of Worcester

    Worcester, the city of noise,
    Walking along these city streets,
    Seeing people busy,
    pacing, read more »

    Cassandra Prew
  • 36.
    City Limits

    You’re like wildwood at the edge of a city.
    And I’m the city: steam, sirens, a jumble
    of lit and unlit windows in the night. read more »

    Joseph Hutchison
  • 37.
    On Thursday

    There are the paper clouds
    where I write words with the black wine
    the angels will read the angels will recite
    my poems read more »

    Ela Roseni
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