Poems about Chicago poems

Read poems about Chicago from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Chicago by going to the submit poem page.

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Chicago At The Rush Hour by Donal Mahoney

Only the blind manwith his leader dogand tapping cane stopswhen the homeless manstanding near the curbasks commuters if they have spare change.The blind man lives downtown.He has time to che

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Notes From Chicago... An Open Book. by RIC BASTASA

know what? to have my own babyis really an obsessioni made an attemptw/ a young puerto rican(now in her 37 yrs) divorcee in 2006; she got preggy in 2008 but had a miscarriage after 12 wks! ;

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Chicago Castanets by George Ade

Through all the moving thoroughfares And in the contending marts of trade; Within the babbling magazines and Even as I rode the surcharged vehicles Which rolled at dizzy onwardness Without the im

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Chicago Pride - Lincoln Park Zoo by Ima Ryma

The Lincoln Park Zoo reaches out'Round the Chicago neighborhood, To share of nature all about, How human connect can be good, Ever growing in time and place, Spreading the truth of nature's worth

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To A Friend Somewhere In Chicago by RIC BASTASA

In your hands you have the sunIn my heart I have the moon & starsWe fold this wide distance like A paper, a letter where we have once writtenWords that rekindle some old firesLong, long time ago

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Chicago Exposition Ode by Mary Weston Fordham

Columbia, all hail!May thy banner ne'er be furledTill Liberty, with her beauteous rays,Enlighten all the world.Columbia, to theeFrom every clime we come,To lay our trophies at thy feet-Our sunb

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Another Winter In Chicago by Donal Mahoney

It's just a flophousebut it's all he can affordand now it's come to this.If he buys food he can't pay the rent on his blanket and cot.Winter has landed andButch will throw him out.With no pl

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Chicago Botanic Gardens by Michael Pruchnicki

Demons must follow straight paththrough the silver poplar grove-wise villagers contrive twistsLo! sacred precincts'big smelly swamp'Potawatomi name for placenear hardwood forest-dinosauer gin

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'The South Side Of Chicago'' By David H.. by David Hart

''The South Side of Chicago'' by David HartThe South Side of ChicagoWhence those childhood years were spentSkip-walking upon grimacing cracked sidewalksHastening through filth floored garbage can

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Chicago Skyline by Maya Hanson

If we tear it apart and I hug you too hardmaybe we can goback to that Chicago skylineand not worry about all the monsters and mountains we've seen here.I'm made of feathers when you breathe outw

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Chicago In February by Michael Pruchnicki

Even the skyscraperson Lake Shore Drivesomehow lookdesolate and desperateas they peer acrossice floes in the laketoward April blossomssomewhere in the neighborhoodof southern MississippiAu

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Chicago by Cadence Hanshew

I've dreampt of living in Chicago all my life.I'd roam around and do what I please, not thinking about yesterday's problem or tomorrow's tasks.I'd sulk in the energy just thinking about here and no

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