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Top 100 Poems About: CONCRETE

In this page, poems on / about “concrete” are listed.
  • 1.
    The Rose That Grew From Concrete by Tupac

    Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete?
    Proving nature's law is wrong it learned to walk with out having feet read more »

    grace pelt
  • 2.
    A Frogs Life

    I stare into the garden pond, wondering
    On the theory of evolution
    And how it applies to frogs
    Why their life changes, so quickly read more »

    Paula Robinson
  • 3.
    #4 Southwest Chief/LA Central

    (copyrighted material, Coffee House Press)

    #4 Southwest Chief/LA Central
    FOR DERYA AND HEID read more »

    Allison Hedge Coke
  • 4.

    The Gun went off
    She fell into the abyss I promised I'd never let her fall into.
    I failed her
    Could'nt save her this time read more »

    Byron Cornell Ford II
  • 5.
    A Mermaid's Tale of Concrete's World

    A Mermaid's Tale of Concrete's World

    I am watching the sea from this concrete's world;
    Turquoise blue happy waves; read more »

    Morose Mermaid
  • 6.
    The Concrete Jungle

    The beast roams the concrete jungle and trails of tarmac laid,
    To prey on helpless victims that a deprived society raised.
    Not for food to feed it’s young, who’s bellies empty are,
    But for video’s and tellys or someone else’s car. read more »

    terence nabbs
  • 7.

    Summer sounds,
    Concrete and heat, read more »

    Elizabeth Swados
  • 8.

    Standing on decorative rock,
    Street side of Home Depot,
    My amigo points callous fingers
    To chest layered in shirts, read more »

  • 9.
    Nature Will Reclaim

    Silent rain gently falls
    Just as the moonlight quietly calls
    Calls to the withering nature around
    Concrete replaces soft tender ground read more »

    trina johnson
  • 10.
    The Concrete and the Abstract

    The concrete is visible,
    the abstract is invisible.
    The concrete is the outside,
    the abstract is the inside. read more »

    Nazmul Haque
  • 11.
    Team Commonwealth, United We Stand

    United we stand
    Hand in hand
    On concrete new found land.
    In friendship we will be read more »

    Emily Liang
  • 12.
    Concrete Air

    concrete wings
    never leave the ground
    the troubled angel
    is never found read more »

    Carrie Sprouse
  • 13.
    Concrete Forest

    Gang banging
    Street banging
    Concrete Forest— read more »

    Gregory (gshaw57) Upshaw
  • 14.

    In the middle of this concrete and re-bar jungle teeming with death and life,
    I think of you, Cadereyta. This maddening jungle is shocking, choking,
    I think of you Cadereyta, I seek escape. read more »

    Juan Alvarado
  • 15.
    Trafficking Life

    Hanging silent in the sky
    above a concrete earth,
    sightless electrons lensed
    green, yellow, red (timed flow) read more »

    Kevin Moore
  • 16.
    If I Should Die B4 I Wake

    If i should die be 4 i wake
    I pray one day u will see my grace
    The struggle and pain, i've fought 2 bear
    I've smiled and lived on, with more than my share read more »

    K 'Exodus' Taynor
  • 17.
    Now, I sleep

    Now I sleep.
    This is the nightly game of death
    played between life and me.
    This is sweet read more »

    Allen Anderson
  • 18.

    Knives are the ultimate ambiguity
    With which to slice and dice

    Adam's apple burbles forth read more »

    Sam Mallison
  • 19.
    The Rose That Grew On Concrete

    Come see the beautiful rose tendrils
    That came to grow on concrete;
    Never meant to make it
    Through all life's perils. read more »

    Chima Njoku Ray
  • 20.
    Coeur d'Alene

    The mist swirls thick in the night air
    Footsteps fall upon pre-occupied ears
    Focused on thoughts within
    Streetlights blaze a path read more »

    Lucas Pate
  • 21.
    In the Shade of Suicide

    steel bars seal the concrete cell
    dim lighting casts a haze on everything
    suffocating hope until the pulse is still read more »

    Erin Thomas
  • 22.
    Save the Children

    See the dark face
    large eyes appealing,
    Withered, distorted limbs
    Scant clothes revealing. read more »

    Mary Stephenson Ellams
  • 23.
    Concrete Backyard

    Green should be my middle name

    I’ve always longed for a grass filled haven read more »

    Carolyn May
  • 24.
    A Simple Playground

    One would hear the sound of joy
    The spin of a merry go round
    The creak of the swing
    Kids would portray life on concrete read more »

    Jett Mowle
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