October Poems - Poems For October

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  • 37.
    October

    Daylight isn't around as much
    It starts to get colder
    Halloween is almost here
    Another year, I'm getting older
    I need some time off
    I can't wait for the summer
    The October sky is good
    Dark, cold, lonely, like me
    The music plays better
    My spirits adapt to the dark
    As far as life, I'm at my best
    It's the only month
    Where I'm not sad, but not really happy
    Content is a better description
    I wish it could be October
    All year long
    I wish in a year
    I'll go away and be found
    October will always be here
    Even if I'm not around. read more »

  • 38.
    My First Crush

    My First Crush
    Her smile
    Alone captivated me as a prisoner
    In an island read more »

  • 39.
    'Breathtaking...'

    I was watching the sunrise this morning...
    As the stars faded, the bright blue-orange glow filled me with warmth on this coldest of October mornings,
    and I felt part of something...
    The way the large late October moon faded below the mountains in the West..., read more »

  • 40.
    Back to Normality?

    Today I am going to pretend to be normal.
    I am going to behave as I would have before that Friday.
    I am going to hang up the washing
    and I am going to weed the garden read more »

  • 41.
    A Beautiful Day In October

    The flies are buzzing in the sunshine and the little dark brown honeybees
    Are busily gathering nectar from the flowers of the blossoming trees
    On a beautiful day in October of around 27 degrees
    And Nature she is at her calmest with only a very faint breeze read more »

  • 42.
    Insane

    She tossed back
    Her tawny mane
    Clear october sky in her eyes
    Again read more »

  • 43.
    'Storm Clouds'

    Shapes of clouds in the sky
    Are seen as pictures by the human eye.
    But when the wind does gently blow
    Those shapes into other pictures go. read more »

  • 44.
    It Must Be October

    The harvest moon hangs round and high
    It dodges clouds high in the sky
    The stars wink down their love and mirth
    The Autumn seasons is giving birth read more »

  • 45.
    Katrina: Lady Of The Lake

    And in the morning when the rain stopped shining,
    The Lady picked daintily over waters tainted
    With twisted wrecks of once-high trawlers.
    The North wind blew flecks of lilies, pieces of read more »

  • 46.
    Mr. Bill Gates

    Born in October 1955
    Proggraming was his only aim of life

    Started proggraming at the age of 13 read more »

  • 47.
    There are two Ripenings—one—of sight

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    There are two Ripenings—one—of sight—
    Whose forces Spheric wind read more »

  • 48.
    Cockroaches on Wheels

    The sun is hot today and the humidity is high
    Tempers are flaring as the morning traffic gets heavy
    Road hogs in tinted SUVs and teamster truckers in Peterbilts
    Lap up any remaining sloppy seconds of Ethanol laced fuel read more »

New October Poems

  1. Fall, Frank Avon
  2. Gandhi's Birth Anniversary, Bijay Kant Dubey
  3. Gandhi Jayanthi., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  4. October is next to September, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  5. October...come she will., Roxanne Dubarry
  6. October Starts It All, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  7. Our Summer To Remember, Holly Jamestone
  8. Your Slave, sutan iwan soekri munaf
  9. Winter Wind, Saiom Shriver
  10. October, Vinz Poetry
  11. October Day, Christopher Cariad
  12. October To Recover, Valentine Mbagu
  13. Mission Sunday 2013, Margaret Moran
  14. In October, eva rachmania
  15. Haiku FALL'S PALLET, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  16. Time, Geetima Baruah Sarma
  17. Never Missed The Rosary, Margaret Moran
  18. On Merit, Margaret Moran
  19. October Moon, Edwina Reizer
  20. Pine Needle Clusters, Saiom Shriver
  21. Our Hiding Place, Roxanne Dubarry
  22. Tawny Tan And Tangerine, Saiom Shriver
  23. Haiku Change, Jonathan ROBIN
  24. Sleeping Sickness, June Stepansky
  25. On A Clear October Night, neitseituonuo sekhose
  26. Homeless Girl Haiku, Chenou Liu
  27. I; july guy; her october, Vizard Dhawan
  28. 'Breathtaking...', Kelly Seale
  29. October, oskar hansen
  30. October and The Sights, Oscar Feliciano Jr
  31. October, Kolawole Ajao
  32. 21 October 2011, Theo Williams
  33. My October, Jaypee Belarmino
  34. October, Jack Radford
  35. poem 8, Natalie Logsdon
  36. An October Dream, Matthew Holloway
  37. Fading Chlorophyll In Maple Leaves of Au.., Paul Hartal
  38. One October Left, Forever Underestimated
  39. October, R. G. Bell
  40. on the highest crest, oskar hansen
  41. October Burns Burgundy, Dyhanara Rios
  42. November, ghosts., Mr. Bean
  43. Old October, James Whitcomb Riley
  44. 1307, Edward Kofi Louis
  45. my love, penyair aja
  46. *807 OPAL BIRTHSTONE OF OCTOBER, John Knight
  47. Sweet Sweet October, Martina Salazar
  48. An Epilogue, Poirei Thangjam
  49. - Leaves (thread), Ben Gieske
  50. OCTOBER AWAKENING, Aldo Kraas
  51. Beyond october., Christian K. Montiel
  52. free wine, oskar hansen
  53. ! SONG OF OCTOBER!, Rema Prasanaa
  54. October, Jacqui Thewless
  55. Haiku 2 - Summer to Autumn, Ria Villaflor
  56. ***Our Loves Birthmark***, Daniel Richards
  57. #128 Haiku The Night Sky, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  58. October, Charlie F. Kane
  59. #379 Haiku Nature's Design, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  60. #374 Haiku A Rainbow Spills, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  61. OCTOBER NIGHT SONG, Aldo Kraas
  62. Fall's start of winter, mathew gallerno
  63. [01] October 2006, Ashraful Musaddeq
  64. October Girl, David Taylor
  65. October, Shannon Cox
  66. October, Lynn El Amine
  67. Mount Kailash, Apsara Urvashi
  68. Drowning, Apsara Urvashi
  69. October Leaves, SeQuoia Brown
  70. #136 Haiku Fan Dancers, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  71. Thank You, Maria Rosario Avanceña
  72. Earth, Maria Rosario Avanceña
  73. October the Post Office Cat, Sidi J. Mahtrow
  74. The tenth month of the year, nimal dunuhinga
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