Escalators Poems | Examples of Escalators Poetry

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Despicable Me Kevin Shaw Rhyme escalators, character, fun, humorous, nonsense,
Next to Me Alley Mcintosh Free verse escalators, best friend, first love,
Escalating elephants Taoi Chanan I do not know? escalators, allah, analogy, animal,
On Both Sides Of The Equator Dalton Ogletree Rhyme escalators, dark, how i feel,
On Your Birth Declan Molloy Free verse escalators, birth, inspiration,
Premium Member Poem Elevated ilene bauer Rhyme escalators, city, grandson,
Dead Bodies Ir0nic ZiNk Prose Poetry escalators, analogy, care, change, education,
Public Libraries Art Wielgus Verse escalators, philosophy,
Premium Member Poem INTROSPECTION Probir Gupta Acrostic escalators, assonance, beauty, emotions, garden,
Premium Member Poem Hope-and a father is could be Kai Michael Neumann Free verse escalators, childhood, fantasy, father daughter,

SPRING AT PIONERSKAYA
by Sidney Beck
SPRING     AT     PIONERSKAYA



Frozen in the hum of the escalators’
Descent  to the roaring metro,
Across the unwashed glass
Of...

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Imagism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, spring,

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Another repetitious dream 3 The outsider look in from within looking at
by William J. Jr. Atfield
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 –...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, dream,

Pangs of Loneliness at the Grande elevator company
by Sandeep Kulshrestha
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...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, analogy, fantasy, funny,

The Modern World
by Sherese Gooden
This is not the golden age.
It is the future reeling from 
earthquake, hurricanes,
lost innocence, lost generations:
Who will cry?

Their voices are muted
beneath the blare of the...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, angst, introspection,

The Modern World
by Sherese Gooden
This is not the golden age.
It is the future reeling from 
earthquake, hurricanes,
lost innocence, lost generations:
Who will cry?

Their voices are muted
beneath the blare of the...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, introspection, social,

Atlantis, The Lost Casino
by Robert Pettit
Because real estate on the Boardwalk was in great demand,
the company had to build on a small section of land.
The casino was fashioned in European...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, business, history,

Shopaholic
by Stephen Parker
      
Mall, Boutique, Department store treasures to my commercial heart do speak  
Must frequent all to earn preferred status and join the frivolous clique
Glitzy...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, people

FRIDAY
by Sidney Beck
FRIDAY



Metro going home on Friday
Hell on wheels
Feet like lead and eyelids wilting
With weight of week’s work
Five interminable  days 
Of doing what the boss says
Every...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, workhome, prayer, home,

Two Hundred and Twenty Stories
by J Clinton Smith
Two hundred and twenty stories never written but etched in time

were removed on a day which started fine.  

The silver worms traveled down beneath...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, history, introspection, life, recovery

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Lost and Ever Lost, In Dreams
by Andrea Dietrich
I walk into an old brick building on a campus.
It seems so familiar. . . as if I should know it,
and yet my memory is...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: escalators, placesme,



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