New York the Beautiful

by Karl Wild GG23   Nov 24, 2009


Sky scrapers vanish into untouchable clouds,
People stroll the city amongst sardine canned crowds.
As if walking were illegal taxi cabs flood the street,
A jungle made from metal, steel and concrete.

Lady liberty guides the way watching over us all,
Best sports team they win every year in baseball.
Ethnic diversity that rivals any place on the planet,
New York is rugged, stable, unbreakable granite.

Countless city lights outshine even the stars,
Endless businesses, diners, boutiques and bars.
They even have the ocean in their own backyard,
What more could be asked for, maybe a green card?

Undoubtedly the best place in the world in my eyes,
Not because of the ocean, lights or skyscraper skies.
But for another incredible, breathtaking, heavenly view,
New Yorks the most beautiful place in the world....
Because it has you.

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  • 9 years ago

    by PinkyPrincess

    Aww... I love it! This poem is so beautiful! I'm especially attached to it since I'm a New Yorker myself <3 I was born there and i love New York so much. Really enjoyed your poem! The ending was surprising but made it even more beautiful!

  • 9 years ago

    by MERCY is never shown

    Wow no offense but this was kinda cheesy i mean sweet but cheesy which alot me people like i do sometimes but there was great imagery and i little humor it kinda sounds like a hallmark card but its good no doubt 5/5

  • 9 years ago

    by WakingFreedom

    Wow. That was beautiful. I have never been to New York and I don't know what skyscrapers look like...Only in pictures have I seen them...That was so outrageously beautiful. I just loved it one hundred percent. AMAZING!!!! definatly 5/5.......fravorites definatly...

  • 9 years ago

    by Michael D Nalley

    As always the flow a nd rhyme is perfect for my taste. The imagery took me to New York
    The romance took me to disired beauty