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Poems About: JUNE

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

  • 25.
    Poor Little Bug

    Poor little june bug floatin' in the pond
    Poor little june bug not too fond
    Of the water that he's floatin' on
    For he's caught in a hydrogen bond. read more »

    Adam Thoms
  • 26.
    The Month Of June

    The Month Of June

    I met you in the month of June
    since then my feelings for you blooms read more »

    Lilly Emery
  • 27.
    Being June

    Being June
    the fickle minded drizzly strands of monsoon
    moistened with your ideal and real self
    of dreams, of ambitions, of endurance read more »

    Gargi DuttaKundu
  • 28.
    Dear love and the rain

    Dear love; rain
    Shake me like the wind of the June
    Hold me baby in your hands up to moon
    Hugs to beams of the moon read more »

    sallam yassin
  • 29.
    June Bug

    They call me a June Bug, But I don't come in June
    They really should call me a May Bug
    I fly all night looking for a light
    A little romance and then love read more »

    Bill Simmons
  • 30.
    'Flaming June'

    June, gentle June, of whom the crooners croon,
    Sweet month of silk, of salmon, and the swoon;
    June, what a chance you had—to be your best, read more »

    A. P. Herbert
  • 31.
    A June-Tide Echo

    (After a Richter Concert.)

    In the long, sad time, when the sky was grey, read more »

    Amy Levy
  • 32.

    It's beautiful the Summer month of June
    When all of God's own wildflowers are in bloom
    And sun shines brightly most part of the day
    And butterflies o'er lush green meadows play. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 33.
    From May to June


    Soft winds once made skirts billow
    as girls walked along read more »

    Ruth Walters
  • 34.
    The day in june

    It was one day in June
    I was surfing the Internet
    I was hopeless confused
    when a picture hit me like a jet read more »

    Tekkoo Heinrich
  • 35.

    The spirals of water flung high
    An arching, soaking mass of rain
    Thrown up by the coach
    To cover passers-by read more »

    B.. Alexander
  • 36.
    One By One

    Watch the stars appear
    One by one
    Like my tears
    Want to set them up read more »

    Alejandro Torres
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