Poems About: APRIL
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
289.November Love (My First Poem) (Two Versions)
Below, you will see two versions of my very first poem.
Its important to understand that the first version of the poem
is exactly as I wrote it at 6: 15 to 6: 30 PM on November 2nd
1970. I made no changes to it. It is also important to know read more »GREENWOLFE 1962
It is the season of new beginnings...
Spring removes her winter robe
And fades into rainbows of hope;
The sun shines its headlights into April- read more »Theodora (Theo) Onken
Back then, it was the steam locomotive chuggin' down the track,
Now, it's the Bullet Train.
Back then, it was ALL organic,
Now, it's the computer brain. read more »Richard Jarboe
292.“April Fool From Neil Armstrong”
Just a fun write to post on April 1st.
I’m here for sharing
My days of daring read more »Munia Khan
293.April AteCharles Hice
294.April on the Battlefields
April now walks the fields again,
Trailing her tearful leaves
And holding all her frightened buds against her heart:
Wrapt in her clouds and mists, read more »Leonora Speyer
295.An Australian Paean—1876
The English air is fresh and fair,
The Irish fields are green;
The bright light gleams o’er Scotland’s streams,
And glows her hills between. read more »Marcus Clarke
296.Home Thoughts, From Abroad
Oh, to be in England
Now that April's there,
And whoever wakes in England
Sees, some morning, unaware, read more »Robert Browning
To what purpose, April, do you return again?
Beauty is not enough.
You can no longer quiet me with the redness
Of little leaves opening stickily. read more »Edna St. Vincent Millay
298.In Memoriam A. H. H.: 22. The path by which we twain did go
The path by which we twain did go,
Which led by tracts that pleased us well,
Thro' four sweet years arose and fell,
From flower to flower, from snow to snow: read more »Alfred Lord Tennyson
299.I can't tell you—but you feel it
I can't tell you—but you feel it—
Nor can you tell me— read more »Emily Dickinson
300.April Fools' Day
In 1854 or somewhere around that date,
This day for them they would celebrate.
Poking fun and playing practical jokes. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar