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Poems About: JANUARY

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

  • 37.

    With numbing cold, biting at my brittle bones
    I feel many years giving me a wake up shake
    Gripping my coat through the more gripping cold
    I feel the world has grown old. read more »

    John Shea
  • 38.
    Springtime In Winter One More Time

    The loveliest smile he had ever seen
    fell softly upon his eyes, as he stood
    near a 'springtime' beauty queen...
    January was telling little white lies! read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 39.
    January Warmth

    The leaves are whirling in the wind
    Clouds a stirring
    What a warm January day.
    The squirrels have come out to play read more »

    Melanie Dickie
  • 40.
    The Year

    Fast and forever in light, January lets the year,
    Each of us carry whims of something dear;
    Let January take on the next month,
    A saintly episode of high labyrinth. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 41.

    I loved you without knowing you,
    I loved you because I saw you in us,
    No pride or ego, in which there is no I or you,
    I laughed in your mouth, read more »

    Emu Getachew
  • 42.
    January rains, as i remember

    January rains fall in all the green ricefields
    The carabaos graze the little brown children run and play
    The rainbow comes like the Gumamelas in multicolors
    In her little garden in her little house read more »

  • 43.
    Alankar(Decor) -157

    January(Decastich) read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 44.
    Nature Of History

    In time, days, months to years

    Is the failure of relationships
    In January to July to December

    And the shallow of rivers read more »

    Masereka Amos
  • 45.

    Santa is dodging reindeer
    Ice and snow in the air
    lonely souls walk the street
    Seeking presents for the ones they love read more »

    John Shea
  • 46.
    Nothing Ever Fills

    The sheets made of needle
    That he used to dab off
    A faucet of an ocean
    And scarred the marred read more »

    Norman Santos
  • 47.
    River's Only Desire ~ Haiku

    ice covers river
    river sings below blanket
    desires only spring read more »

    Christine A Kysely
  • 48.
    Football Is Its Name ~ Senryu

    Sunday Afternoons

    America's beloved game read more »

    Christine A Kysely
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