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Escalators Poems - Poems about Escalators

Escalators Poems - Examples of all types of poems about escalators to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for escalators.
...Escalators work either way Escalations work either way Escalators put load on other side Escalations push load on same side First is for the physicially disbled Next is for mentally disbled......Read More
Categories: escalators, beautiful,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Woolworth Five and Dime - Illustration
... When I was young we shopped a lot at “Woolworth Five and Dime,” ?Where bright, hypnotic escalators were the latest thing. Where most of what you bought was wrapped in paper pulled from rolls, Lo......Read More
Categories: escalators, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 4th Generation Soda Jerk -- BOTH Audio and Text
...This is one excited kid and one PROUD father... I took my son to the lumberyard last Tuesday afternoon. The day itself, though toasty, was the best in quite some time. And when we’d finished ......Read More
Categories: escalators, father son, relationship, youth,
Form: Narrative
The Tall Grass Prairie
...The Spirit of God is in the wind that glides across the land- stirring the tall Blue Stem into billowing waves of grass, that roll toward snow-topped mountains- defining the distant horizon- mou......Read More
Categories: escalators, environment,
Form: Free verse
Escalating elephants
...Is it not pleasurable to endorse an escalation of elephants using escalators in the tree lined shopping centre? Is it not welcomed the sight of strong strength upon steel rotations? Variable tusk equ......Read More
Categories: escalators, allah, analogy, animal,
Form: I do not know?

On Both Sides Of The Equator
...7/10/17 I'm going to still be a trailblazer Going beyond all the acres And glaciers Above and below any crater Similarities and differences on both sides of the equator Events turn......Read More
Categories: escalators, dark, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
On Your Birth
... I told the paper seller outside the train station of your birth that day he wasn't interested, but I knew the truth of it It had been a hard night for your mother a storm of pain, of emotio......Read More
Categories: escalators, birth, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
...We took our grandson for the day To visit in the city. Compared to where he lives, it must seem Noisy, fast and gritty. He marveled at the bridges, The tall buildings and the river, But there......Read More
Categories: escalators, city, grandson,
Form: Rhyme
Dead Bodies
... I've been noticing people without passion; a lost sense of pride, no dignity, no doubt. A plague of the mind which I cannot explain in short time; I suppose we can blame technology or the processed......Read More
Categories: escalators, analogy, care, change, education,
Form: Prose Poetry
Public Libraries
...They are high state of art, renovated or brand new. In the hallway greets you fountain, sculpture, statue or the painting. Escalators, elevators or the stairs will lead you up. Decorate......Read More
Categories: escalators, philosophy,
Form: Verse
... Inside, deep inside, at your window Near the dim light and mystic shadow Twinkle your moistened graceful eyes Rustling leaves of moonlit memories Opening the gates of many a garden Sonnets of ......Read More
Categories: escalators, assonance, beauty, emotions, garden,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Hope-and a father is could be
...Hope and…a father is could be Against all odds and expectations so many rules and norms and clever theories society’s demands cultures and conventions there is no magic wand no miracle soluti......Read More
Categories: escalators, childhood, fantasy, father daughter,
Form: Free verse
...SPRING AT PIONERSKAYA Frozen in the hum of the escalators’ Descent to the roaring metro, Across the unwashed glass Of government windows, The equinoctal sun pins My shadow tight ......Read More
Categories: escalators, spring,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Another repetitious dream 3 The outsider look in from within looking at
...Another repetitious dream – 3 The outsider look in, from within / looking at Dreams come alive during the morning hours, long after most of the world – on this side of the sun – has risen from ......Read More
Categories: escalators, dream,
Form: Free verse
Pangs of Loneliness at the Grande elevator company
...The city doesn’t need any elevators Or escalators or anything to push people up There are no clouds in this brightened city no bourgeoisie emancipation, no atypical beauty silicon bosoms out on t......Read More
Categories: escalators, analogy, fantasy, funny,
Form: Blank verse

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