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Poems About: JANUARY

In this page, poems on / about “january” are listed.
  • 1.

    January sings again for me
    and for a year dead gone
    on the wheels
    of a northern curse. read more »

    Rema Prasanaa
  • 2.
    Merry January

    Sound of joy and merry
    O.. Morning has come
    They shout Merry January
    O.. Something will truly come read more »

    Vidi Pudinkz
  • 3.
    Happy 2011

    HAPPY 2011

    A read more »

    Henry Brown
  • 4.
    june in january

    When in January it’s June,
    in March it will be August, hot
    and clammy while I swoon
    within your arms, if I am not read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 5.
    January The Eagle

    January the Eagle
    Waits up top a hill
    It gazes down onto the snowy ground
    Without making any sound, read more »

    Will David
  • 6.
    In January In Duhallow

    The cold winds of January from the north east does blow
    And the weather is cold quite cold enough for to snow
    And the hungry birds silent on the naked hedgerow
    In the flat and rushy fields where the Blackwater flow. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 7.
    ' [ January ] '

    And the world is passing away
    along with its desire, but whoever
    does, the God abides forever ****
    ************ (1 John 2: 17) read more »

    Ency Bearis
  • 8.
    A Wool Fleet Chorus

    Fare you well, you Sydney girls, time for us to go!
    The Peter's at the fore truck, and five thousand bales below, read more »

    Cicely Fox Smith
  • 9.
    For an Otter

    Three Years: I am to always be here with you.

    Even the days I was not (you were not)
    Sufficed by the many hes or shes, lips for kissing
    Or maybe, just once, settled for sweetness read more »

    Belinda Nelson
  • 10.
    How January Is Propelled To Spring

    Chill January’s snow falls thick and fast
    Propelled by blinding blizzard’s biting blast,
    So soft white blankets bind the earth for days,
    Though spring means drifts shall not lie long nor last. read more »

    C Richard Miles
  • 11.

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    Aldo Kraas
  • 12.
    January rhyme haiku

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    Peter S. Quinn
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