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Death Poems About Hometown

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Poem Details | by Kyle Maples |
Categories: beauty, death, life,

In My Hometown

In my hometown, there lies a street,
A buzzing, busy city street,
Where cars speed forward in roaring fleets
Toward places to be and people to meet.

And on this street lies a bouquet,
A busty, bountiful bouquet. 
Next to the cracking curb, it lays
And braves the the traffic of midday.

And the bouquet has leaves of red,
A lustful, lively, bloody red.
It's sad such life will soon be dead,
Crushed by our killer tire treads.

Poem Details | by Robert Lindley |
Categories: absence, age, appreciation, change,

Death of my Hometown

by Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Sun May 29, 2011 1:57 pm 

                      Death of my Hometown  

A visit to my home town was sad 

found lacking in so much of what it had 

Gone are the old familiar sights 

replaced by empty lots and blight 

Gone too are the incoming rural weekend crowd 

when dead or dying not much is allowed 

Found that which I had come to fear 

so sadly shocked that I didnt shed a tear. 

Thirty five years away and time seems to have brought 

death and destruction to that which I so eagerly sought 

Not that I didnt expect the changes to be great 

just that I wasnt prepared to find it was just too late......--Tyr