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Short Paris poem by Frances Angela Torrelavega| Details | |

Je T'Aime

In Paris, we kiss
when the moon is like croissant
and accordions sing

Short Paris poem by George Zamalea| Details | |

BOLD STAR, I

Born in Paris and I was
Tossed off in the last metro;
All what is left bile of laughers.

Short Paris poem by George Zamalea| Details | |

WAY TO PARADISE

How lovely, Paris,
Through the bitter pain in crystal drops
The dirty hand of a stranger.

Short Paris poem by George Zamalea| Details | |

A DAY OFF

Born in Paris: Ineffective
Tossed off in a clown suburb;
All what is left a booze somewhere.

Short Paris poem by George Zamalea| Details | |

HERE IT IS

I heard the unborn child stretching out
In the deep street-shades of Paris
Calling a single mother.

Short Paris poem by George Zamalea| Details | |

UNBORN

Born in Paris into a cubbyhole;
Someone tossed me off in the suburb;
All what is left a bind around my neck.

Short Paris poem by harry horsman| Details | |

The Louvre

Woman on the wall
inviting one to enter...
a mind to explore.

Moana Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
musee da Lovure Paris

Short Paris poem by Cynthia Alvez| Details | |

Parlez-Vous Francaise Si oui

Oh desire,
Somewhere in Paris
My heart confessed insatiable hankering
For love's fevered avenues of splendor!


Cynthia

Short Paris poem by Jules M.| Details | |

ANYWHERE

A Parisian storm
Romantic aromas, wine
Cool rain, intoxicating 
An interesting place, paradise
It can be anywhere
You are

Short Paris poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details | |

Paris no death

her of a soul
him to a body
living in the mind
thereby the I drama
where the Me negates death
praying a spacetime
on point One of Paris

Short Paris poem by leah ross| Details | |

When in Paris France

Check out the Eiffel tower
And see the many castles
That date back to mid century

Check out the night life
& say we we to the ladies


Short Paris poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details | |

Paris my prison

another world for me
a soul that I be
a freedom for life
free by love for liberty
for living — Paris my reason
Paris my unfulfilled desire
Paris my prison

Short Paris poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details | |

Paris good soul

Paris is not an abstraction
Paris is more than my tea
Paris is now one theory
where I hold back my cry
because its heaven is not me
just a self-control
good soul

Short Paris poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details | |

Paris in my bed

this is the loyal trail
here the street of fantasies
for beauties - the soft path
where the desire 
whereby the caresses
for happiness by two
for pleasure by three

Short Paris poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details | |

Delphine my staR

She sticks cons a fate
listening the young Bach
Jean Sebastian before the goodness
before the consciousness
after the Joy
to sing her first
her absolute perfect accordance

Short Paris poem by Warner Baxter| Details | |

A Girl from france

THERE ONCE WAS A GIRL FROM FRANCE WHO DANCED ON STAGE WITH NO PANTS SHE SHOWED OFF HER TUSH BUT NEVER HER BUSH SHE LEFT THE CROWD IN A TRANCE

Short Paris poem by Robb A. Kopp| Details | |

Debut

If my dream comes true
Our kids with we two
Fly over the seas of blue
Much money we will accrue
In Paris for my opening debut 


By Robb A. Kopp
All Rights Reserved © MMX

Short Paris poem by Vesna Kovrlija| Details | |

Marina Tsvetaeva

And in her death
She was a poet
Images of her past
Skipped through her mind
Her dead child, her friends, her lovers
Paris, Russia, famine
But images of eternity
Led her to eternity

Short Paris poem by Brian Strand| Details | |

BEHIND THE THRONE

Out
from
the shade-
with her light
Clara spread her wings

Mrs Clara Driscoll(one of Tiffany's lamp designers) won an award for him at Paris Expo 1900 
with drafon fly lampshade.

Short Paris poem by Mark Halliday| Details | |

Lafayette

Gilbert du Motier,
La Marquis de
Lafayette--
A hero American
patriots should not
forget.
He helped us win the
Revolutionary War.
In Paris, rests
'neath American soil
ever more.

Short Paris poem by Alfred Vassallo| Details | |

Marlon Brando

 
Better known for his Godfather role
in ‘Last Tango in Paris’ he didn’t have a flutter
just a playful sexual act with Maria Schnieder
went too far as on her he spread some butter.



Short Paris poem by Just That Archaic Poet| Details | |

Eris, Paris and the Golden Apple

Too bright for sight,
This tunnel of light
A temple of Mind
In a life of Night
A ghost of Soul,
Too old to know
Life is Death is Life again,
(Oh, they told me so!)

*More experimental than anything

Short Paris poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details | |

Solstice 19439,11

possibly later in the street 
my sad voice by the symphony of Paris 
because I sing the loneliness 
and meditation on the long days 
with the holy hope 
for universal peace 
for eternal liberty

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Rondelet: Masons in Arms

Rondelet

Masons in arms
Make much matter in a muddle
Masons in arms
Country all dire in alarms
Brothers all in cosy cuddle
People without voice in fuddle
Masons in arms

(c) T. Wignesan - Paris, 2012

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Lord from the Kingdom of Dunkey

Once a Lord from the Kingdom of Dunkey
Who wasn't quite descended from the monkey
Didn't quite see he was a mule
On account of a royal rule
That anything on back must be flunkey

(c) T. Wignesan - Paris, 2012

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Senorita from Sevilla - 2

Limerick : Once a Senorita from Sevilla - 2

Once a Senorita from Sevilla 
Took a short cut to Segovia
Met Toro on the way
And rode him half the way
Bore Toro on back rest of via.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Cadre in a Revolution

Limerick : Once a Cadre in a Revolution

Once a Cadre in a Revolution
Took strict lessons in elocution
Saw himself on podium
Safe from opprobrium
Ai ! Missed lessons in execution !

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details | |

Heart of Paris

I am from another galaxy 
all a romance in the heart of Paris 
all a mystery without desire 
all a lost phantasm 
all a film of being 
where art is in the spiritual thread 
so that every love to be eternal

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once the UN wore a carnation

Limerick : Once the UN wore a carnation

Once the UN wore a carnation
Now in the shade looks like damnation
Halls echo inane talk
House for rent at New York
Is UN ever on vacation ?

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Short Paris poem by Robert Pettit| Details | |

Paris

Paris, France is great especially when at dusk. Much beauty abounds. Crepuscular light before the total darkness enhances beauty. Wonder of Europe like a jewel in a case. Canvas comes alive!

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Senorita from Sevilla

Limerick : Once a Senorita from Sevilla

Once a Senorita from Sevilla
Took to hiding looks under mantilla
Not unbeknown to her
Sullen senior Senor
Gazed but at her wide open Gran Via.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by Warner Baxter| Details | |

another girl from france

THERE ONCE WAS A GIRL FROM FRANCE ON THE STREET SHE WOULD SING AND DANCE ONE DAY THERE WAS SUCH A HUSH ‘CAUSE SHE SHOWED A BIT OF TUSH WHEN SHE RIPPED OUT THE SEAM OF HER PANTS

Short Paris poem by Chastity Frazier| Details | |

Me

Chastity
Daughter,Athletic,Cook,Minister
Sister of Hannah,Chris,Trinity.....
Lover of God, Poems, Sports....
Who feels Pain,Love,And Joy
Would Like to See Paris, Mexico, and Bahamas
Resident of Alabama
Frazier

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once Academic got into panic

Limerick: Once Academic got into panic

Once Academic got into panic
Asked to make rival’s panegyric
He copied article
Sans def’nite article:
Learned art he was trained to mimic.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by Meggan Rogalski| Details | |

Tristesse

Tristesse

Do you remember hazy days in Paris?
Mornings painted with rain
delicious sunshine dancing on wet streets
like warm tears
washed away now with your reflection
in the quiet certainty
of a June morning

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Viscountess in a mess

Limerick : Once a Viscountess in a mess

Once a Viscountess in a mess
Tried in vain to extricate dress
With Dwarf in the middle
And Duke in the fiddle
So she swung from swing to undress.

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once an elegant Earl from Eton

Limerick: Once an elegant Earl from Eton

Once an elegant Earl from Eton
Daily dreamed of swinging with Tarzan
In Brazil learned samba
Married virile cougar
Now sells D.V.D.s on Amazon.

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013.

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Rondelet: Who Takes Over

Rondelet : Who Takes Over ?

Who takes over
God is about to retire
Who takes over
Sea Anne-Anne boils for Foot-Lover
Next in line to replace Sire
He who set Club-Foot afire
Who takes over

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Rondelet: Fata Morgana

Rondelet: Fa’ Morgana

Fa’ Morgana
Who stood up to the NRA:
Fa’ Morgana
Who looked down barrel of fauna
Whose News the World read in UK
None other than King Arthur’s Fay:
Fa’ morgana

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013 

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Senorita from Sevilla - 3

Limerick : Once a Senorita from Sevilla – 3

Once a Senorita from Sevilla
Caught a Cock to make a paella
Paella tasted good
But Cock stayed in bad mood
Crowed all the way down : Mama ! Mia !

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Dapper Diplomat in Paris

Limerick : Once a Dapper Diplomat in Paris

Once a Dapper Diplomat in Paris
Took to « wife » a Man for his Mrs.
« She » wanted a Baby
« She » married a Lady
Now Diplomat has Wife minus His.

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once an intrepid Olympian

Limerick : Once an intrepid Olympian

Once an intrepid Olympian
Craved for anthem gold on the podium
Games after games came fourth
So sawed his arm in wrath:
Won at Paralympics gold and odium!

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2014

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a gorgeous Geisha in Kyoto

Limerick: Once a gorgeous Geisha in Kyoto

Once a gorgeous Geisha in Kyoto
Took (a) Cowboy to see crisp kimono
Ai ! took time to unfold
Lo ! Behold ! Body cold !
Pistol fired: one two finito ! 

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by Abraham Tor| Details | |

MY DAFFODIL

Oh daffodil of my life
Alone in my orchard with delight
Untainted like offspring of heaven
If ever that be. Like shining Helen
Grafted throu' Cupid's bow to Paris' soul
You sleep in my heart never waking to 
cock crow.

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Little Girl and her Sister

Limerick : Once a Little Girl and her Sister

Once a little girl and her sister
Went out for a walk in a bluster
Little girl lost her way
Big sister blew away
With a Mister who wore a whisker. 

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Time-Keeper at race Marathon

Limerick : Once a Time-Keeper at race Marathon

Once (a) Time-Keeper at race Marathon
Decided to keep time on the run
He kept looking at watch
Runners forgot to watch
Ended up in Tower of London.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Senorita from Sevilla - 5

Limerick : Once a Senorita from Sevilla – 5	

Once a Senorita from Sevilla 
Learned Flamenco to strut at Feria
Eyes flashed to kill gallants
Bitten by red hot ants
Now at ferias she sells tortia.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Pathan paid for a brandy

Limerick : Once a Pathan paid for a brandy

Once a Pathan paid for a brandy
While in the company of (a) Dandy
Dandy was all so gay
He squealed like a blue jay
While Pathan jumped up on his bounty.

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once our Senorita from Sevilla - 8

Limerick : Once our Senorita from Sevilla – 8

Once our Senorita from Sevilla
Climbed ladder to pluck tree guava
Gathered under a crowd
Gaping under her shroud
So she squeezed juice to stop saliva.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Paris poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Rondelet: Stuck in a hole

Rondelet

Stuck in a hole
Ear-drums bursting from crumpled sound
Stuck in a hole
Secret wire-tapping sin soul
Loss of sleep is thunder unbound
Death is a noise heart-beats confound
Stuck in a hole

(c) T. Wignesan - Paris, 2012

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