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My Hometown

Jersey City is where I was born
I woke up to see many a dawns

It's not a bad city, it was a place to live
But there were many times it didn't forgive

The streets were tough, the winter's cold
It's a city you can embrace, but one you can never hold

The streets will own and rule you

There's not too much one can do
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Friday, June 18, 2010
Topic(s) of this poem: home,life
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dilan 29 December 2020

how many stanzas in this poem

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Vihanga 04 April 2021

7 stanzas

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Nilushi 07 March 2020

Howmany stanzas in this poem

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Ray Hansell 25 February 2020

Yes the poet was happy about Jersey City. I lived there 21 years and got real tired of it and moved. But there are things that I still miss about it. That's that.

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Suranga 22 February 2020

Meaning of the poem?

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jayathilaka 16 February 2020

Add a comment.how many Stanzas

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Bandula 08 August 2019

How many stanzas are there in this poem

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Ganga Dissanayake 11 March 2019

Explination of the poem

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lucky 18 February 2019

Add a comment.explain about the poem

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Sanjeewa 14 February 2019

Please give a full analysis about the poem.

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Chamika 01 February 2019

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