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Poems About: SUMMER

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  • 109.
    Summer's Season

    Summer came that year
    emerging from Spring’s Recession
    ripened from Spring’s Waterings
    sending my senses reeling; read more »

    Lonnie Hicks
  • 110.
    Fold It All Away

    The fire, the heat, the hungry daze -
    I will fold it all away.
    Like clothes just meant for summer days
    It’s winter now - cold here to stay read more »

    Joan Hart
  • 111.
    **MID-SUMMERS RAIN

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    MID-SUMMER’S RAIN!

    Juicy water melons and iced buttermilk, read more »

    RAJ NANDY
  • 112.
    A Reason for Every Season (My ode to the seasons and Indian summer.)

    There is a purpose that God and nature gave us every season.
    Fall, winter, spring, and summer always happens for this reason.
    In the fall all the trees turn many cool colors and paint a wonderful hue.
    Winter arrives the temperature drops and can make some of us blue. read more »

    Nichole Kaci McKnight
  • 113.
    Summer

    Season is up for summer
    Nascent, vernal to spring and glimmer
    Out of the womb of winter
    For a fest of pongal splendor read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 114.
    Under The Summer Rain

    Drops rippling
    In the lake where we were raised,
    In the place where we met each other
    Under the summer rain read more »

    Maya Hanson (mye3 poet)
  • 115.
    The Coming-In Of Summer

    Yesterday a swallow
    Cuckoo-song to-day,
    And anon will follow
    All the flight of May, read more »

    Thomas MacDonagh
  • 116.
    Too soon so fair, fair lilies

    TOO soon so fair, fair lilies;
    To bloom is then to wane;
    The folded bud has still
    To-morrow at its will; read more »

    Augusta Davies Webster
  • 117.
    Alaskan Balladry

    Krinken was a little child,-
    It was summer when he smiled.
    Oft the hoary sea and grim
    Stretched its white arms out to him, read more »

    Eugene Field
  • 118.
    Krinken

    Krinken was a little child,--
    It was summer when he smiled.
    Oft the hoary sea and grim
    Stretched its white arms out to him, read more »

    Eugene Field
  • 119.
    Summer rain. translation of the song by Igor Talkov

    Memory has seized stinging
    Thoughts do not beat on the hands
    You’re going and I’m seeing
    You off to the alien lands read more »

    Victor Sklyarov
  • 120.
    Changing Seasons

    Summer days are here at last,
    Days of school are in the past,
    Summer skies will turn to grey,
    And summer's warmth will fade away, read more »

    Katherine Knight
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