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Poems About: SEPTEMBER

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

  • 25.
    Once Upon a Cold September

    Once upon a cold September
    lay ashes of last December
    came stories of old friends
    never to be lost read more »

    Kayla Koch
  • 26.
    (Love) September Girl

    All I want to breathe is your hair,
    The mocha delight of the skin that you wear.
    I want you to be the light on the dark side of me,
    The sun rays upon my snow read more »

    K. Jared Hosein
  • 27.
    A Windy Day In Early September

    The wind keeps the air that bit cooler today it is sixteen degrees
    And beautiful pink fluffy blossoms adorn the flowering gum trees
    And wattlebirds sing in the sunshine though not very pleasant their song
    Their hoarse call is very distinctive once heard you cannot get it wrong. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 28.
    9/11: A Day Of Infamy (Chain poem)

    September eleventh is a day
    Day of infamy that I'll never forget
    Forget what with my horrified eyes I watched
    Watched coming from my TV screen and that re-played read more »

    Dorian Petersen Potter
  • 29.
    On September 11,2001

    On September 11,2001
    Smothering black and gray smoke ascended to
    The luminous blue sky
    Engulfing it until it turned as black as night. read more »

    Shannon Monroe
  • 30.
    The September 19th

    I was the favorite of them all
    They knew i will always stand tall
    and never will i fall
    ON TILL THAT SEPTEMBER 19 read more »

    duke perry abrokwa
  • 31.
    Ode To September


    More an emotion
    Than a month read more »

    David Whalen
  • 32.
    ' [ Early September ] '

    And here comes the waft of cool air
    Possibly driving off the summer heat
    And there goes too the rain to compete
    Oh, it's not a game, it's early September read more »

    Ency Bearis
  • 33.
    The Golden Land

    O SWEET September in the valley
    Carved through the green hills, sheer and straight,
    Where the tall trees crowd round and sally read more »

    Francis Turner Palgrave
  • 34.

    now, we have the September.
    is clear and solar
    but he likes the July,
    not to say the August. read more »

    Maria Barbara Korynt
  • 35.
    September Song

    For my wife
    On our forthcoming 37th Wedding Anniversary on the 12th of September.

    With the summer closing fast upon us, read more »

    David Harris
  • 36.
    In South Gippsland In September

    On the fruit trees in the gardens the pinkish blossoms are in bloom
    And by the roadside fences yellow flowers are on the broom
    And the flute like notes of the magpie have such a melodious ring
    In South Gippsland in september in the infancy of Spring. read more »

    Francis Duggan
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