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London Poems | Examples of London Poetry

London Poems - Examples of all types of london poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for london.
Premium Member Echoes of London
Please enter, What is with your 'box of toys' (noise)? Accusations and slander, 'Get on with it, lad.' In the streets of London, Spreading your propaganda, 'Days a-dawning' (morning). One's been saying one has nothing to offer, 'Dustbin lids,' 'early hours.'...Read More
Categories: growth, hope, london, self,
Form: Free verse

The Rage
The sound of hooting and shouting behind the steering wheel sends a cascade of traffic crawling down the street while two men arguing about time started a heated debate in front of the gate. None...Read More
Categories: london, anger, creation, garden, growth,
Form: Narrative
Coronation Day
A Cinderella chariot, Eight horses in the lead; Two heavy looking crowns that seemed Uncomfortable, indeed. A scepter and an ermine robe, An orchestra and choir, With all that pomp and heraldry Intended to inspire. The royal family on board, Except the ones...Read More
Categories: london, today,
Form: Rhyme
Coronation for a King
(Charles Philip Arthur George - 14 November 1948) I had a cousin called Charles, said Aunty Olive. Nice young man. That's him on our TV. That's not Cousin: it's King, said Aunty Lucy. It's King Charles. Now watch it...Read More
Categories: age, celebrity, eulogy, london,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Coronation Consternation
Some people like it a lot: Royalty and all that rot. My lineage, U.K. be, But I do not bend the knee....Read More
Categories: london, celebration, discrimination, england, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member My Favorite Alley
I always expect to hear singing from the balconies there is only the chatter of other enthusiastic diners in the thin alley where we consume outside in summer Scars, my favorite restaurant with a welcoming owner we are greeted...Read More
Categories: london,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Our Bot Marks the Spot
In our palace lives a bot Quite a finicky task it has got Thrice daily removes every single spot from the royal server -- the '10-2-4'...Read More
Categories: celebrity, drink, london, technology,
Form: Light Verse
Fear is my friend And that's why fear is not in me I was introduced into fear at an early age And that if I allow it to consume me It would be a never-ending cage Feeling...Read More
Categories: london, abuse, america, england, fear,
Form: Free verse
Eyes in the grass Stalking me as I walk pass Will they kill me or leave me be Either way I'll be set free...Read More
Categories: africa, america, england, london,
Form: Free verse
four pebbles ... from brighton shore - the souvenirs in pandemic -- Souvenirs of Silence, Soman Gouda...Read More
Categories: allegory, beach, deep, london,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member London 2010
London collapses trains, planes, and automobiles trapped and flash-frozen emplace Christmas lights still bright If one ventured through the night ghost carolers in the mews ...Read More
Categories: christmas, england, environment, london,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member Blue Rose
What hath crossed my path A Rose with no thorns and no wrath But a beautiful bud indeed Satisfying my every need Nay a hyacinth nor a caryopteris But a beautiful blue rose I can not resist...Read More
Categories: london, beautiful, england, first love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Ballad Of A Break Up Song
Yesterday, all I wanted was to sing you a song Is there anything wrong? Yes, in fact there is Our relationship biz Has started to fizz Could you just let...Read More
Categories: london, age, america, break up,
Form: Rhyme
Zafar tun nay meray baap ko kuta kaha hai.. Mein tujhay kaisay maaf karun?? Masala pata kia hai, Tun nay kuta kyun kaha, Ye koi issue nahi hai, Asal masala ye hai, Tun nay breed to bataya hi nahi, Chal ab bata...Read More
Categories: london, abuse, animal, dog, games,
Form: Didactic
The Clock Tower
"The chime of the bell, The time it would tell." "The shine of the clock tower, and the sound it would dwell." "The shrine of the needles of its inviting spell." "The divine of its surface, which...Read More
Categories: london, appreciation, beautiful, happy, heaven,
Form: Rhyme

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