They carved the letters yellow,
the wood around the letters green,
chained a picnic table to the grass
out near where the roof of the dead
mall directs a crack
of sunset to radiate the Burger King sign gold.
Last place open after midnight:
then apartment windows
poems - Birthdays
Browse the list below for poems about birthdays.
|1966||Morning Song||Sylvia Plath|
|1922||When I Rise Up||Georgia Douglas Johnson|
|1894||On His Seventy-fifth Birthday||Walter Savage Landor|
|1861||A Birthday||Christina Rossetti|
|1789||Infant Joy||William Blake|