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Top 100 Poems About: CONCRETE

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  • 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.
    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
  • 5.
    Rose

    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
  • 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

    Tsss
    Summer sounds,
    Tsss
    Concrete and heat, read more »

    Elizabeth Swados
  • 8.
    I Don't Want To Change

    If trust were a material thing,
    solid and concrete,
    there would be huge
    boxes of it in the attic read more »

    Margaret Ann Newcomb
  • 9.
    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
  • 10.
    When I grow up

    I'd like to go somewhere
    To spread health
    Or a great brick layer
    To separate concrete and bricks read more »

    Lochard Noel
  • 11.
    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
  • 12.
    Concrete Forest

    Gang banging
    Street banging
    Concrete Forest— read more »

    Gregory (gshaw57) Upshaw
  • 13.
    A Place To Sit

    Smoochers and snoggers, and resting joggers
    all seem to stop at this concrete bench.
    Ramblers and walkers, and street hawkers
    all seem to stop at this concrete bench. read more »

    Orlando Belo
  • 14.
    Pablo

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

    POET HUBITO
  • 15.
    Concrete Air

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

    Carrie Sprouse
  • 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.
    Anxiety

    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
  • 19.
    Knives

    Knives are the ultimate ambiguity
    With which to slice and dice

    Adam's apple burbles forth read more »

    Sam Mallison
  • 20.
    Siberian Tiger

    He wasn't immediately visible
    to us at the zoo
    Ensconced in his concrete
    square lair read more »

    Erika Horn
  • 21.
    New York

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    Laura Gilfillan
  • 22.
    Day At The Skate Park

    Surrounded with concrete
    Determination in the air
    Guys pushing wood
    Can't help but stare read more »

    Cynthia Ulloa
  • 23.
    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
  • 24.
    Birds of a Feather That Crap Together

    eyes unfeeling
    camera clicking
    twaddling circles
    prideful cooing read more »

    The Lake of Fire
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