Poems About: SEPTEMBER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
229.On My Way
No hackneyed visions, vacant eyes
Jagged shorelines, compromise
No broken memories, shattered dreams
Cracks to mend or threadbare seams read more »Holly Jamestone
230.When You, Forget Me
And you will
when you last wrote me.
September's bridge to the fall
Autumn calls. read more »Is It Poetry
How do you come to us covered with ashes..? !
How do you come, whispered to us in tears.. read more »Fatima Nusairat
232.A Balanced, Full Life!
Fruits and colourful flowers start coming
From August on through September here!
These best months are best for functions
Neither too hot nor too cold to enjoy well! read more »Ramesh T A
233.September afternoon for M lady Ernestine.
September sun spasmodically
breaks through the clouds which threaten rain.
Sometimes the clouds triumphantly
block out the sunshine once again. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
Beat me till am numb
Feeling is overly burdensome
Words can't bubble forth either
To stop caring seems good read more »Lola Teru
April drifts are far away
October spins a tale tall
August just passed on its way
Watching September in deep thought of lost fall read more »malini kadir
236.The Preternatural Everglades
I have been awakened and it is
I have been sleeping: I have been sleeping,
But now I am awakened read more »Robert Rorabeck
237.On The Second Week Of September
Across the high green paddocks the freshening winds blow
In the sunshine of September near where the river waters crawl slow
Near the end of it's journey the deep salty sea
The river water like us fulfil their life's destiny. read more »Francis Duggan
238.don't let go
Hold my hand and don't let go till the very end
Hold my hand my friend
Hold my hand don't worry
Hold my hand were gonna make it threw read more »erika vasquez
Black Pearl is my new car,
I have driven her quite far.
Up to South Carolina read more »Christina Sunrise
240.11th of September
Terror struck out of the blue
Why? No one knew
A second plane hit, it now became clear
America under attack, all full of fear read more »Kathryn BecknerOssman