SEPTEMBER POEMS

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  • 49.
    Bad Orb-Stalag 9B On Christmas Day

    Vincent Acevado arrived
    at Spinoza HS in September
    by the middle of October
    Principal Frank Drane
    had dumped three Unsatisfactory Observations
    in his lap.
    Since I was the union guy
    he came to me.
    “The man is evil, ” I said somberly.
    Two days later Principal Drane
    ordered Vincent to produce
    lesson plans straight through
    until June
    or he’d suffer the consequences
    of Insubordination.
    By November Vincent had lost
    twenty pounds.
    He said, “Never should have
    left my elevator operator job
    but my wife’s a teacher
    said we’d have vacations together
    plus I’d be earning more money.”
    A week later his wife Isabella showed up
    at Spinoza
    sought me out
    I told her, “The man is evil.”
    She said, “Vincent spends hours and hours
    working on his lesson plans
    he barely sleeps—
    I blame myself
    for his torture.”
    “The man is evil, ” I said.
    “EVIL…here? ”
    Then Isabella closed her eyes
    her face transformed
    as if suddenly in another place.
    When she opened them
    she said in a flat monotone,
    “On Christmas day Vincent’s grandfather
    Armondo and the other American POWs
    were rushed out of the barracks
    and lined up along
    trenched dugouts
    behind them the Germans
    stood with machine guns
    pointing at their backs
    they had to stand
    all day
    in the snow
    it was cold
    and the men were bare footed
    the Germans refused
    to let them put on their boots
    and as the day wore on
    many were so weak
    they collapsed
    and fell into the trench
    filled with excrement…”
    The bell tolled for change of classes
    the hall filling
    with sounds of children.
    Isabella continued, “The Germans
    wanted to know who chopped off
    the head of the cook
    with a meat cleaver
    food was so scarce the men were
    starving. At the end of the day
    the Chaplain convinced
    the man to step forward
    he was immediately taken away
    then the torture began.”
    Isabella paused
    tears now
    flowing from her brown eyes
    serenely. read more »

  • 50.
    AND I WILL WAIT...

    the September sun,
    and the September rainy weather.
    then again morning fogs,
    the nonsensical passage of time. read more »

  • 51.
    Night Hunter

    On silent wings
    from trees, swoop
    oblivious to the darkness
    night hunters descend read more »

  • 52.
    ALL THE FORGOTTEN GOOD BYES

    All
    The
    Forgotten good byes
    That I had said read more »

  • 53.
    SEPTEMBER

    September
    Why do you bring me so much sadness?
    September
    Why do you bring me so much pain? read more »

  • 54.
    Reflections

    September's sorrow
    Cascade of tears, to water
    Near the tower's grave read more »

  • 55.
    Haiku Distance

    Distance once meant more
    than trouble, time and travel
    to an unknown shore. read more »

  • 56.
    ` Of The Autumn Dying {Sonnet XII/XX}

    Of The Autumn Dying {Sonnet XII/XX}

    Watching leaves turn like chameleons,
    Sensing on Autumns inevitable doom, read more »

  • 57.
    September 11

    September 11 an ordinary day, wake up to the sound of the alarm.
    A husband says goodbye to a wife, a wife says goodbye to husband. A dad says goodbye to his kids, a mother says goodbye to her kids, heading to their final destinations not realising that will be goodbye for ever.

    A man, a woman arrives at the towers of doom. To them another tuesday just like every other tuesday, filling out paperworks, answering phones not knowing their lives were about to be deprived from them. read more »

  • 58.
    When You, Forget Me

    And you will
    when you last wrote me.
    September's bridge to the fall
    Autumn calls. read more »

  • 59.
    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 »

  • 60.
    Ode To September

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    September…

    More an emotion
    Than a month read more »

New September Poems

  1. *Following The Birds*, Trisha Hopkins
  2. Remembering 9/11, David Boyce
  3. ' [ September ] ', Ency Bearis
  4. September, Edgar Albert Guest
  5. September, Juan Olivarez
  6. Come September and Sweet Heart, Akhtar Jawad
  7. See You In September, emmanuel akinnagbe
  8. Reflections, Susan Lacovara
  9. The September Month, sherif monem
  10. Ode To September, David Whalen
  11. ' [ Early September ] ', Ency Bearis
  12. Greyrain Rain Dreams, Diana van den Berg
  13. Haiku September Icing, Jonathan ROBIN
  14. Haiku Time May Poll May Time 0994, Jonathan ROBIN
  15. you got me twisted, nozipho makhubu
  16. September Villanelle, Manjula Reddy
  17. The September 19th, duke perry abrokwa
  18. A Fun of September!, Ramesh T A
  19. 9/11, Justin Reamer
  20. Teacher's Day, Shashikant Nishant Sharma
  21. September, Chester Maynes
  22. September, cassiel kaini
  23. Do You Ever Remember…, Steven Sabathie
  24. September Girl, Josephe Buchanan
  25. The Golden Land, Francis Turner Palgrave
  26. 5 Years After, Edward Kofi Louis
  27. Listen to the Sunset, Peter S. Quinn
  28. September Song, Joyce Hemsley
  29. When September Arrives, Again, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  30. Surrender, Andrew D Robertson
  31. Glorious September, Joyce Hemsley
  32. *935 SAPPHIRE BIRTHSTONE OF SEPTEMBER, John Knight
  33. September Glory, Joyce Hemsley
  34. 9/11: A Day Of Infamy (Chain poem), Dorian Petersen Potter
  35. So Much To Be Thankful For (Sonnetina Ri.., Dorian Petersen Potter
  36. Haiku (Autumn Tears), Shiela Marie Anunciacion
  37. September Sun, C.G. Lovelady
  38. On September 11,2001, Shannon Monroe
  39. haiku - 637, Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
  40. MANHATTAN SKYLINE SONG, Aldo Kraas
  41. Lights, Smile Henry
  42. delay, Maria Barbara Korynt
  43. September .., vincent armone
  44. ! SONG OF SEPTEMBER!, Rema Prasanaa
  45. Once Upon a Cold September, Kayla Koch
  46. Finding Me, Zachery Williams
  47. September, Nina Dringo
  48. Twins Celebrate, Joyce Hemsley
  49. early days ***** SEPTEMBER POEM, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  50. September Days, Jas Andrada
  51. Never Forget, Kayleigh Wilcox
  52. A Peaceful Morning, David Harris
  53. ..- haiku, Peter S. Quinn
  54. One Cold Night In September, Lore Me34
  55. Sweet September, Joyce Hemsley
  56. In Glorious September, Joyce Hemsley
  57. 3rd of September, George Sicillia
  58. SEPTEMBER HAD GREETED ME TODAY, Aldo Kraas
  59. A September Day, Francis Duggan
  60. Autumn, mathew gallerno
  61. Into the Stillness, M Rene Riel
  62. #75 Poetry in Motion Consert of Laughter, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  63. IN SEPTEMBER…, Tsira Gogeshvili
  64. A Windy Day In Early September, Francis Duggan
  65. In South Gippsland In September, Francis Duggan
  66. 911, Marjorie DeBol DeFazio
  67. Paper Rain, vincent armone
  68. Haiku #97 The Wonder of a Rose, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  69. Haiku #95-In My Garden, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  70. #94 Haiku Nature's Duet Treasure, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  71. SEPTEMBER, Aldo Kraas
  72. September Song, David Harris
  73. ~September Dreamers, Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun
  74. Holy September, Attia Taylor
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