Terrence Jackson

In The City - Poem by Terrence Jackson

As the sun sets swollowing the city sky line 
The moon eager to rise to embrace the mellow hues of the waving ocean and cold cement sidewalks 
The stars beging to glow in the darkness of the sky
Lovers hold hands walking in each others company
The b-boy spins on his slab of card board
The man with his embroierd jeans bobs head head to his music
The girl with legs that seem to extend for miles giggles with her friends
Trains roaring underneather their feet
These are the sounds and sights of the city streets

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 10, 2010

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