August Poems - Poems For August

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  • 289.
    August 15

    The fifteenth of August is august
    For, we Indians feel gusto of freedom-
    an emotional gust: terrible gusto.
    Kings paid once; princes restored, hence
    Peace (piece?) for all echoes in halls
    Outside roll away chariots
    Over the labouring class-corpses;
    whom death is peace; dearth is wealth.
    Gusto of August is of chicken-fry 'nd Rum
    And the chicken-hearted dream of Ram 'nd Rum.
    Many cry for a dish of fry
    But the dish is with the wry.
    Battered Tri-colours shattered
    And the Colours in hands severally try
    To flutter along the gutter roads.
    Rum and Ram make many 'hurrahs'!
    In the halls over which Silence shroud.
    Silence, aged sixty-four, with pointed guns emerges
    Slitting doors of emergency.
    No cry, no slogans, bow all, lie all
    Along the dead-roads' baton-lies,
    That leads to uncouth power
    over our hour of failure.
    Success of the some is success of the sum;
    Sum aspires access to success;
    Some aspire access to success.
    Ventriloquists, 'nd Sychophants dog that way!
    Hum! august August 15! silence, please. read more »

  • 290.
    Memories Re-lived

    For far too long now
    I have been facing backwards
    Fists clenched
    Back turned defiantly read more »

  • 291.
    Ode To The Elder Brush

    The cold breeze went traipsing
    With the elder brush.
    The leaves rustle
    beneath the moonless sky. read more »

  • 292.
    Thoughts Of Derry

    Thoughts Of Derry

    In August at mid-day on
    An English building site read more »

  • 293.
    The Turtle Pool

    After a cup of organic coffee
    From the gift shop...I feel refreshed
    My mind finally still enough to absorb
    The serene surroundings of 'Rushton Garden' read more »

  • 294.
    Korean Cicada (Regional)

    Where is the crazy cellphone?
    Where is the old cellphone?

    Hurting my ears! read more »

  • 295.
    With great Dignity [REV.]

    Making Trinchado, meat stewed in a sauce
    of Worcestershire sauce, Balsamic vinegar,
    red wine and brandy, but my meat dish kept
    separately - these ingredients would wreak read more »

  • 296.
    Anyone Can Do It And Taste Testing As We Go

    old mashed up peanut butter and banana half of a
    sandwich, marshmallow fluff because it's fluffier
    strawberry tarts to make it strawberryish, whipped creams,
    (caramel) , maraschinos, coffee, tea, no, gingerbread currants, read more »

  • 297.
    Boy running in the rain...

    His face swinging from ear to ear
    A bemused smile lighting up
    his gander gait
    under the burlap mop read more »

  • 298.
    January five

    I'll always remember,
    those late afternoons.
    That lasted forever and
    ended so soon. (Mandy Moore) read more »

  • 299.
    April Drifts

    April drifts are far away
    October spins a tale tall
    August just passed on its way
    Watching September in deep thought of lost fall read more »

  • 300.
    The Flimsy Whimsy Trousseau

    Filled the deck of the dream ship
    Satin and lace
    In interface
    Sewing the hem of long drift read more »

New August Poems

  1. The Ferry, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  2. August is going to expire, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  3. Down The Lanes Of August, Edgar Albert Guest
  4. Collicks Schmollicks, Margaret Alice Second
  6. A Hundred Since the First, Leo Yankevich
  7. Expression Eruption: August, Vinz Poetry
  8. Dear old dead July, Mark Heathcote
  9. August آب - اغسطس, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  10. August, Paola Degli Esposti
  11. An August morning, Nicole GravellPellerino
  12. Poem 078: August…Alas!, Samer Madbak
  13. Devil Moon, David Cooper
  14. At Summer's End (August 1914), John Scully
  15. The Autumn Is Coming, Larisa Rzhepishevska
  16. ' [ Late August ] ', Ency Bearis
  17. August Rain, Francisca Darko
  18. The Blame Beyond Reason, Elna Nel
  19. Evening Dress in the Afternoon, Lois Read
  20. B.Akhmadulina, August - translation (rus.), Lyudmila Purgina
  21. Guru's Amrit, Swami Parmanand
  22. Haiku Open Eyes, Jonathan ROBIN
  23. Another Season Falls 1902, Jonathan ROBIN
  24. CARNIVAL OF VICTORY, Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  25. August, Gregory Huyette
  26. Indian dawn - Anna Hazare, Bashyam Narayanan
  27. A Flower To Auroville Mother-72, Indira Renganathan
  28. August Town, Edward Kofi Louis
  29. August, Donna Earle
  30. When Love Is Over, Laurence Hope
  31. The Sunny Months, Joyce Hemsley
  32. Long Ago, Constantine P. Cavafy
  33. corn, Jimi Doyle
  34. Haikus 2008 (Sunset, Darkness enters, th.., Liberatore Suffoletta
  35. My little august bloom, Nick Kler
  36. august night, oskar hansen
  37. Our birthdays were close together, Susie Sunshine
  38. ! SONG OF AUGUST!, Rema Prasanaa
  39. Travel Haiku - Edinburgh International F.., john tiong chunghoo
  40. haiku - 134, Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
  41. Haiku Midnight Lullaby, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  42. August...., Natasha Ligons
  43. Haiku Echoes of Summer, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  44. # 86 Haiku Snow Bound Solitude, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  45. z Finally the End - Haiku, stewart green
  46. #81 Poetry In Motion Through Faith, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  47. August Sun, Rhonda Baker
  48. Harvest, Mary Naylor
  49. August Moon, Bonnie Collins
  50. -.-The Watering Can, Debora Short
  51. Haiku # 60, leonard daranjo
  52. Turning on the Heat, Jerry Abrahamson
  53. Haiku Plain Plane Sailing, Jonathan ROBIN
  54. Haiku #86 Snow Fall, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  55. Alone on Vacation, Kay Barcelon
  56. Queen Of The Meadow, Sandra Fowler
  57. August, Jade Leven
  58. Picture Poem #192 (From, This is my Wast.., Peter S. Quinn
  59. Can't it be August again?, Frani Bell
  60. Snowflakes, Joe Howell
  61. (613) Rest Pussycat Rest (.., Melvina Germain
  62. (023) Resting Place (Haiku), Melvina Germain
  63. nights of madness, gershon hepner
  64. Love Scales Whistling, Debora Short
  65. Tidying Up, Debora Short
  66. Haiku: Possible, but Not Probable, Sonny Rainshine
  67. The Holocaust Song (August 6th, '45.), David SmithWhite
  68. I Remember August, Pam Olson
  69. August is the dying month, Wanda Swim Strunk
  70. Newark Abbey, Thomas Love Peacock
  71. In The Fields, Charlotte Mary Mew
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