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Sidewalk Poems - Poems about Sidewalk

Sidewalk Poems - Examples of all types of poems about sidewalk 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 sidewalk.
Pilgrimage to a sakura
... In Japan, people make a Spring pilgrimage They go to pay homage to cherry blossoms When the earth nods its head When the sun warms its forehead It causes bare trees to burst in......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, autumn, christian, love, religion,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member The Sidewalk Glances at Me
... The steady beat of rain on my head I glance at the sidewalk It glances at me bone dry as can be ~ Are we alive or dead, verily ......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, life, rain,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member It Started With A Blank Canvas
...It started with a blank canvas when I was twelve. I started seeing this vision and I knew it was not a dream for I always saw the vision when I was awake and about. It started blank, all white, ju......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, art, dance, friendship, image,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Talking, Talking, Talking
...I wrote this poem two summers ago when the heat and humidity were unusually high. The weather conditions were ripe for what’s called a ‘derecho,’ igniting a memory of a dreadful derecho that struck o......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, storm, weather, wind,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Walking by; I can feel you
...Walking, walking, thinking One mood of music, one single song Repeating, repeating, repeating… …fading in and out of my consciousness Now the cold breeze making me feel formal and stylized in my......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, child, day, emotions, growing
Form: Free verse



Brother With Another Mother
...A brotherly embrace, Coming from a man, Who hasn’t ever given me More than a fist bump, Who is ready to drop everything To lend an ear, Who treats me like His own sister, Who forces me ......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, brother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Life is a Song
... In the gritty alleys of city schemes, Life's grumble rides on subway beams. Rhythms clink in the rusty car, Street-wise notes play on sidewalk tar. Concrete cracks hum a tired tune, City pigeo......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, america, analogy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member sunshine
...skinny sidewalk hugs the fence sunset flickers through rusty diamonds like a movie chain link-- all that prevents me from plunging into her bottomless pit dug out lifetimes ago yeah--I'......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member love
...a sudden squall caught us by surprise~ a sidewalk puddle chilled to the bone laughing at the rain~ warm lips no space with you is too small to share~ pink umbrella......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, love,
Form: Haiku
Senior Bells
...Senior Bells Senior Bells I wish my ears would stop ringing Senior bells What the hell It sounds just like Christmas day Where’s the sidewalk ......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, christmas, humor, humorous,
Form: Lyric
Ure Apprehensively Mine
...Ure my chemical imbalance tipping the scales Ure the voice shouting leaving me pale Ure the fright in the middle of a soulless night Ure broken glass on the sidewalk Ure cuts thru my shoes while ......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, angst, anxiety, conflict, depression,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Snails
...spirally coiled shell crawling across the sidewalk two tiny feelers ......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, animal, creation, cute, image,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Earth Surely Is The Place Of Purgatory
...Earth surely is the place of purgatory Where “homeowners” are bolstered up - Are thrilled by and thrive in lies and slavery And would sooner scoff at desert encampments But I think it should be m......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, home, nature, vanity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The End of Innocence
...(Christmas mantle, 2023) The End of Innocence I’m about to begin reading Don Quixote which will be a first for me, but I know its gist, and how it’s both the first modern and grea......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, christmas, innocence, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Concrete
...The city above us reaches higher and higher tipped at the top in all its glory with iconic, prickly, spires, as long as air rights permit it. Build, tear down, rebuild, as the wheels below spin r......Read More
Categories: sidewalk, city, community, environment, perspective,
Form: Rhyme

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