Top 100 Poems About: SHOPPING

In this page, poems on / about “shopping” are listed.
  • 1.
    By A Swimming Pool Outside Syracusa

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    Billy Collins
  • 2.

    “Wow! It’s Christmas, happiness coming
    Now for the gift welcoming loving
    Then to the church to bow before God
    And to the market to buy me a gift read more »

  • 3.

    Snow, falling thick and white, along the village street,
    People struggling through the drifts, their shopping to complete,
    Kids dragging sledges, excitement fills their minds,
    Rolling a giant snowball, great, cos this is snow that binds. read more »

    Ernestine Northover
  • 4.
    Christmas - A Little Friend's Poem - Written By Amy Boothby, aged 10

    Are you...........
    ready for Christmas? , to decorate the tree, read more »

    Ernestine Northover
  • 5.
    Crucifix In A Deathhand

    yes, they begin out in a willow, I think
    the starch mountains begin out in the willow
    and keep right on going without regard for read more »

    Charles Bukowski
  • 6.
    The Lake Isle

    O God, O Venus, O Mercury, patron of thieves,
    Give me in due time, I beseech you, a little tobacco-shop,
    With the little bright boxes
    piled up neatly upon the shelves read more »

    Ezra Pound
  • 7.

    Buffalo Bill opens a pawn shop on the reservation
    right across the border from the liquor store
    and he stays open 24 hours a day,7 days a week read more »

    Sherman Alexie
  • 8.
    The Art of the Lathe

    Leonardo imagined the first one.
    The next was a pole lathe with a drive cord,
    illustrated in Plumier's L'art de tourner en perfection.
    Then Ramsden, Vauconson, the great Maudslay, read more »

    B H Fairchild
  • 9.
    Nor the Sun its Selling Power

    They say her words were like balloons
    with strings I could not hold,
    that her love was something in a shop
    cheap and far too quickly sold; read more »

    Brian Patten
  • 10.
    Parting at a Wine-shop in Nan-king

    A wind, bringing willow-cotton, sweetens the shop,
    And a girl from Wu, pouring wine, urges me to share it.
    With my comrades of the city who are here to see me off;
    And as each of them drains his cup, I say to him in parting, read more »

    Li Po
  • 11.
    Street Window

    The pawn-shop man knows hunger,
    And how far hunger has eaten the heart
    Of one who comes with an old keepsake.
    Here are wedding rings and baby bracelets, read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 12.
    St Michael's Chapel

    When the vexed hubbub of our world of gain
    Roars round about me as I walk the street,
    The myriad noise of Traffic, and the beat
    Of Toil's incessant hammer, the fierce strain read more »

    Emma Lazarus
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