In your pocket, on the street, under the table.
About then and now – It's finished between us.
Come back to me. What will I do without you?
About when and where – The day before yesterday.
Down by the riverside. Over my head.
But what they really mean is: This way? That way?
As if I'm still lost one night years ago
in the suburbs of a strange city, asking directions
of shadows who've no reason at all to speak my language.
– Jonathan Aaron
(from the TLS, 28 October 2011)
There are about 150 prepositions in English. Here is a short list of 70 of the more common one-word prepositions.
List of prepositions found here