37 match(es) found in poems


Poem
Nora On The Pavement

As Nora on the pavement
Dances, and she entrances the grey hour
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Arthur Symons

Wet Pavement

When you come across
A pavement in your life
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Seema Chowdhury

Beneath Old Roads And Pavement Paths

According to late morning light, when starred,
There breathes dead form; red form to gel us all,
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Sean Godley

Pavement Artist

I watch the workman place the paving stone
And, with a craftsman's dextrous care, smooth fine
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Mary Spain

Pavement Poet

God's truth! these be the bitter times.
In vain I sing my sheaf of rhymes,
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Robert William Service

Cracks In The Pavement

The machine feeds us our hate rations, Whites and Blacks, Young and Old; aren’t we all looking for the same acceptance? .
One day when we are gone the world will be beautiful again.
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Alex Duchovny

The Pavement Stones :A Song Of The Unemployed

WHEN first I came to town, resolved
To fight my way alone,
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Henry Lawson

This Grey Pavement And This Grey Sky (A Poem Without Irony)

This grey pavement and this grey sky
Will be here
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Shalom Freedman

Boys Playing Chess On The Pavement

Two armies meet upon the street,
And there the balance hangs,
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Tony Elsby (Poems of life and love)

Relationships Like Pavement.

Relationships like pavement. Eyes wandering, hearts firmly set. Smooth to the gaze of every eye, rough to the touch of every finger tip, why are we so different. The desert misses the rain like I miss you. Embraces unknown, secrets perfect passion play in dreams of night and day, tempt and torture in pleasant ways alike. Come back for more? Of course we will, who doesn’t play with fire. Matching hearts that burn right through seamless fabric still so new. Pin hole camera tell the truth, why paint a printed lie? Your beautiful pixels show him clear a face I can’t deny. And eyes, the eyes how blue they burn a wild storm within, searching deeper and farther still until I fall right in. Still my heart to a dull drum beat, a dangerous rate for all. Until at last I am released, oh smile you lighten my soul.
Just when I felt you gone for good, you couldn’t be to far. The tide can never forget the shore no matter how long it might stray. Out of reach the stars may be but here you are so near, and never did I know someone to read my mind so clear. What am I saying, how can I know to quick my face is read. ...
Shianne Mariah

Sonnet Xii: Now, O'Er The Tesselated Pavement

Now, o'er the tessellated pavement strew
Fresh saffron, steep'd in essence of the rose,
...
Mary Darby Robinson

Pavement(Sidewalk) Eyes

In a rumble tumble morning
After an evenings firelight glow
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Bill Smith

Poet On The Pavement

Mouth full of blood
Heart begins to wonder
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Derek Ouyang

She Is Drawing My Face On The Pavement

She is drawing my face on the pavement
Today
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Aldo Kraas

The Pigeon On The Pavement

The way she holds herself
Says it wasn't her alone
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Thomas Doubting

Toss A Coin On The Pavement

Friend lets
Toss a coin
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Aldo Kraas

Wet Pavement

When the rain,
When it comes cascading down,
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Star Dust

On The Grey Pavement

On the grey pavement
dappled light
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Rory Hudson

Hit The Pavement… Run!

Hit the pavement; Run!
Pick up the slack
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A.E.K.G Navrilith

One The Pavement Of Memories

How long will I keep you out of my way
How Long will I steal smiles
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Miraal mir

Chasing Pavement

Hiding in the shadows
Crippled by the pain
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Monica Singleton

Pavement

It's never my intention
to be the one with eyes
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Brian Sonberg

Pavement Day

One more end to a day
One more day.
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Erica Borges

Pavement Of My Mind

Wakefulness hitting me in the middle of the night,
catching my eyes in starlight.
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RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Pavement Dwellers

The impoverished Ganesa in an
improvised ramshackle abode
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Natarajan Ramaseshan

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