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Best Street Sweeper Poems

Below are the all-time best Street Sweeper poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of street sweeper poems written by PoetrySoup members


Sounds in Silence
Enjoy the silence, the deep of night.
Not true silence for the word itself is illusion.
Still yourself enough to hear.
Listen for the sounds invoked in the...

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Categories: street sweeper, nature, solitude, sound,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Oh, March
Oh, March
you pompous windbag
howling in the hollows
of Winters fade.
Scattering Fall’s gold
across warmed mud,
billowing tree bound
plastic bag kites,
hoisting the weightless hawk.

Oh March
you city street sweeper
funneling debris
down...

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Categories: street sweeper, confusion, march,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Inner City Blues
Syringes in fence palings
condoms on park benches
street sweeper drinks whiskey
at four in the morning
opera house silhouettes
the bridge of dawn
first ferry tugs out
rust and ropes
like stale...

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© Uwe Stroh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: street sweeper, absence, allegory, art,
Form: Free verse
Untitled
When a poor exposed
His feeling through pen
The crucifix he shouldered
His stomach pain
How does the poem look?

When a farmer tried
To write a poem about how he...

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Categories: street sweeper, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: I do not know?
Anthem (part one)
In a tunnel under earth, we were given a curse
In this world, we am called reverse
Eager to think and question
These things bring out nothing but...

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Categories: street sweeper, depression, fantasy, food, music, science fiction,
Form: ABC



Mind Reaper
Mind Reaper

The slumber in which you have awaken from
Has got you caught in a world snatched from beyond 
Now leave your hands and your feet...

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Categories: street sweeper, song-lyric
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Tim Remembers



Tim Remembers

Tim is a member of the club of life
	        with all its nonsense vagaries and beauty
pitfalls up-shoots...

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Categories: street sweeper, memory,
Form: Free verse