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Poems About: OCTOBER

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  • 49.
    Haiku Windfall

    Trees bend, thanking breeze
    for empowering pollen’s
    opportunities read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 50.

    Azure skies, blue seas
    Life teeming, colors blooming
    And man destroying read more »

    Maria Rosario Avanceña
  • 51.
    Thank You

    Kind words have power
    I am encouraged, inspired
    My heart overflows read more »

    Maria Rosario Avanceña
  • 52.
    Old October

    Old October's purt' nigh gone,
    And the frosts is comin' on
    Little heavier every day--
    Like our hearts is thataway! read more »

    James Whitcomb Riley
  • 53.

    See October
    Sheets of crystal on morning grass,
    Flannel shirts the color of leaves,
    Sweaters the color of corn and pumpkin, read more »

    R. G. Bell
  • 54.
    Juana's Sestina

    October came like a bandit who stole
    every prayer saved in our afternoons of grief,
    beside her empty bed and crucifix
    where she once joked, holding her Bible, read more »

  • 55.
    21 October 2011

    That day that night had fell in my hands
    For b'fore me, lays on my pillow an angel
    Who was oblivious to my plans
    For to her heavens I ever remain faithful. read more »

    Theo Williams
  • 56.
    Fading Chlorophyll In Maple Leaves of Autumn

    Stands still the foliage
    In full colors of October
    Upon the slopes of Mount Royal
    And white seagulls hover read more »

    Paul Hartal
  • 57.
    Poem For Columbus Day

    They never tell you
    whether October 12
    was Columbus' birthday
    or the day he discovered read more »

    Rochelle Ratner
  • 58.

    October is the wettest month,
    Raining on all I hold dear-
    The heart in my shoes
    The principals in my tie read more »

    Charlie F. Kane
  • 59.
    ***Our Loves Birthmark***

    We made a mark on October 3rd, between you and me this was the birth but this to me was the start of our universe,
    This day it all began, one day one place we came together me and you, a day with a birthmark that reminds me of our love you loving me and me loving you

    January, February, march, April and may half way there to that special date read more »

    Daniel Richards
  • 60.
    - Leaves (thread)

    under the dogwood
    leaves cover
    a cat’s grave read more »

    Ben Gieske
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