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Top 100 Poems About: LONDON

In this page, poems on / about “london” are listed.
  • 1.
    A Backhanded Love Song

    It's never the memories,
    It's that hoarde of feelings
    Leaves me empty of tears now,
    Until my eyes are like stones, read more »

    J. P. Dullahan
  • 2.
    city on the sea? ? WAEL MOREICHEH

    FALL IN A LOVELY AUTUMN read more »

  • 3.
    This Is London

    This is a London of litter and tears;
    This is the London that everyone fears.
    This is a London that chokes back its grief.
    This is London; the heartbreaking thief. read more »

    Alexander Hayden James Smith
  • 4.
    London's Burning

    His eyes reflect the golden fire, his pupils burning bright
    As he turns away they feel a sudden, crying urge to fight
    Big Old Ben has run away, they always thought it might
    London's Burning read more »

    Matt Pocock
  • 5.

    While I am in the office in the morning in Lagos,
    Someone, somewhere in London is preparing for work.
    A Newyorker is still sleeping
    Moscow is preparing for lunch. read more »

    mudashiru shittu yomi
  • 6.

    She called herself London
    On that day
    She fell from the sky
    Child of apple blossoms read more »

    Catman Cohen
  • 7.
    London Town

    London Town

    London is a busy town, read more »

    jor leou
  • 8.
    Tippity Tap

    Tap Tap, Click Click

    On the train read more »

    Jason Palmer
  • 9.

    Poem Entry:

    The sun wakes up and peeks through the sleeping heads of East London,
    I hear the birds singing 'London, London, what a place! ' read more »

    Affan Chowdhury
  • 10.
    Where i'm from...

    Where I’m from…

    I’m from cobblestone streets and warm sweet tea,
    And the memories that seem to remind me, read more »

    Alyssa Jenkins
  • 11.
    The Oldest Thing In London

    A thousand landmarks perish,
    A hundred streets grow strange;
    With all the dreams they cherish
    They go the ways of change; read more »

    Cicely Fox Smith
  • 12.
    Blood, Sweat and Tears

    Think just think, of all the blood, sweat and tears
    London has shed with the passing of years.
    The dirt, dust and smog, the noise and the grime.
    Poverty, slavery, squalor and crime. read more »

    Susan Mary Robertson
  • 13.
    Where i'm from...

    I’m from cobblestone streets and warm sweet tea,
    And the memories that seem to remind me,
    That most things sometimes end sweetly,
    I’m from cold December evenings tucked in by a warm crackling fire, read more »

    Alyssa Diane
  • 14.
    London Baby

    Who doesn’t miss London?
    It is heaven on earth
    Everything in one city
    People bustling read more »

    Moses Samandar
  • 15.
    Goodbye London


    I hear the whispers of London in my ears,
    London! London! is how the birds sing, read more »

    Abayomi Habib
  • 16.
    The Themes

    This river is more than just water 
    This river is in every building, every stone every mortar
    This river is an emotion not to be summed up in words
    Only to be felt by those who have seen the life it holds  read more »

    William Cheesman
  • 17.

    I heard your call everywhere

    I adored your beauty from afar read more »

    Robinson Jonathan Dare
  • 18.
    In a Restaurant, 1917

    Encircled by the traffic's roar
    Midst music and the blaze of light
    The battle-jaded khaki knights
    Throng, sleek and civilised once more. read more »

    Eleanour Norton
  • 19.
    In London, 1973, watching Ultimo Tango a Parigi

    In London, 1973, watching Ultimo Tango a Parigi
    From the theater's balcony, might I not have read more »

    Edward Mayes
  • 20.
    Two Lovers in London

    Every time I hear your name I fall into a dream and my mind cascades back through my memories, back to those precious weeks we spent together – as man and wife.
    Discovering ourselves and the treasures; treasures buried deep within those rain drenched streets of London.

    Two people in love… in the moment, living for the now. A couple at last, not constrained by the world and its burdens. read more »

    Mark (Owen) Williams
  • 21.

    We walked to work, just another day
    How were we to know it would turn out that way
    At almost 9am,7th of July
    I found myself, like many others, asking why? ? read more »

    Marie Lovett
  • 22.

    LONDON been
    what a place read more »

    seamus j carroll
  • 23.
    West London GIRL

    It is nice to see & nice to be in bits of London town.

    Today I travelled from West to East an that is a different kind of town.
    There there's creative places, big markets and roundabouts. read more »

    Holda Felix
  • 24.
    Stronger Than Me (Amy Winehouse)

    Stronger Than Me

    Sauterne princess
    sauvignon (so-vee-yan) wine read more »

    Orin Griffin
  • 25.
    One London Night

    ‘Cold do you have any reason
    For smitting me' she cries.

    The cold tears through the London night read more »

    Jerry Waterfields
  • 26.
    Wake Up

    There's people talking
    They talk about me
    They know my name
    They think they know everything read more »

    melodia gauthier
  • 27.
    Puis The Street Nuisance...!

    Pius the street nuisance, old and grey,

    Every heartbeat he seemed to pray, read more »

    Timothy Akankwasa
  • 28.
    London Town

    read more »

    Art Box
  • 29.
    Manzoom Khat

    Kabhi Sehrah Ki Thi Taptee Hawaien
    Aor Ab London Ki Hain Tahndi Fazayin
    Safer Jari Hea Sasaye Chal Rahi Hain
    Ab Is Kea Bad Tum Ko Keya Batain read more »

    Adil Muzaffarpuri
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