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

  • 133.

    Cool, I mean cool as ever.

    Anticipating these confrontations could end and bring abruptly the spark envisaged. read more »

  • 134.

    August is upon us,
    its sun scorches to melt pavements as we dream of rain.
    Soft earth turns hard and cracked, grass turns to yellow
    as flowers shrivel like tissue paper, crinkling at the edges. read more »

  • 135.
    On A Cold August Morning

    A cold August morning,
    And I think this is so very tiring,
    Who is stealing our August heat?
    This is so maddening! read more »

  • 136.
    Prisoned in the August rain

    From the window the August rain
    stirs a crave to be once with her
    stings the heart with an abstract pain
    she is home and home isn't far! read more »

  • 137.

    The month of summer of all the year,
    When Nature lets the wild flowers go its way,
    and spend summer season on a single day.
    The spring-time holds him red and purple love; read more »

  • 138.
    Awe gust

    The wind whirls
    And stirs the dust
    Leaving the grass with nothing to anchor read more »

  • 139.


    The massive heat which paralyzed any thought of going
    outside during the day, the heat was as a huge military read more »

  • 140.
    Into The Last Month Of Winter

    Into the last month of Winter and the wattles cloaked in yellow flowers in bloom
    And pink flowers on the camellias and yellow flowers on the broom
    And all through the night the white backed magpies sing
    On the third week of August coming up to the Spring read more »

  • 141.
    12th August

    You are my august lady who visited me on the 12th of August,
    And the abosolute proof of your love cannot be denied!
    For you met what you wanted on this date. read more »

  • 142.
    Rose Of August

    A soldier with heart in hand
    A lonely woman with no one for a stand
    Things just happen in this life afore
    People just live and some just lived before read more »

  • 143.
    August 05

    M) The month of August
    In the summer of 2005
    In June I turned 18
    My best friend moved back in state read more »

  • 144.

    The Peridot (pronounced PEAR - A - DOE) is a very beautiful but lesser known gemstone. It was first discovered on Topazo Island in the Red Sea by the Egyptians who called it 'The Gem of the Sun'. Peridos are unique gemstones because they are always green. They are a form of Chrysolite - magnesium aluminium silicate - with an iron impurity which is responsible for its green colour. The depth of green is proportioanal to the percentage of iron.

    Peridot so orthorhombic
    Lime green - olive green - and sea green read more »

New August Poems

  1. Tell Me Why, Ronald Chapman
  2. The Ferry, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  3. Your Winning Colors XIV, Sadiqullah Khan
  4. A lucky me!, Vinaya Joseph
  5. In The Wind, Carolyn Brunelle
  6. So Many Hummingbirds, Donal Mahoney
  7. August ke nam..., pakeeza rizvi
  8. August is going to expire, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  9. Games People Play, Leria Hawkins
  10. Burning August, Emmanuel George Cefai
  11. Brueghel In The Hydrangeas, Julie Suk
  12. Down The Lanes Of August, Edgar Albert Guest
  13. Once Upon A Stony Heart, Leria Hawkins
  14. Collicks Schmollicks, Margaret Alice Second
  15. Hostas, Frank Avon
  16. Anyone Can Do It And Taste Testing As We.., mary douglas
  17. A Crosstown Breeze, Henry Splawn Taylor
  18. Years later, Amla Pisharody
  20. Independence in my thought, SILVI TRIPATHY
  21. Found A Dream, Wilfred Mellers
  22. A Hundred Since the First, Leo Yankevich
  24. Abyssinians Ascension Of Nyabinghi, Wilfred Mellers
  25. Be a Proud Indian, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  26. With great Dignity [REV.], Margaret Alice Second
  27. Expression Eruption: August, Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche
  28. Prisoned in the August rain, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  29. Tin Man, Leria Hawkins
  30. On A Cold August Morning, Ronald Chapman
  31. Dear old dead July, Mark Heathcote
  32. PH: Haiku: Traditional: #2, Brian Johnston
  33. Situation At Hand, Wilfred Mellers
  34. Into The Darkness Humanity Slips, Wilfred Mellers
  35. Moonbeams And Jasmine, JIBAN GOSWAMI
  36. Whoever Has Ears, Wilfred Mellers
  37. August Month, Rimni chakravarty
  38. Time To Come Home, Wilfred Mellers
  39. My Advice To You, Wilfred Mellers
  40. Korean Cicada (Regional), Ronald Chapman
  41. August ?? - ?????, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  42. August, Paola Degli Esposti
  43. The beloved, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  44. An August morning, Nicole GravellPellerino
  45. Tanka # 1, Kala Ramesh
  46. Grandma, Kayla Jones
  47. Losing August In Memoriam: August Wilson.., Daniel Brick
  48. Then In That Hall There Were Voices, Emmanuel George Cefai
  49. Digging Deeper, Phillip Carroll Morgan
  50. A Slam Poem, Veronica Lewis
  51. Dedicated to Every Smug Vegan I Have Eve.., Maxene KuppermanGuinals
  52. Poem 078: August…Alas!, Samer Madbak
  53. Devil Moon, David Cooper
  54. Kites Of Passage, Dilantha Gunawardana
  55. Hide-Away Words, Diana van den Berg
  56. Not an Urban Myth, Diana van den Berg
  57. Waiting in the Shadows, Diana van den Berg
  58. At Summer's End (August 1914), John Scully
  59. My Desire, Gregory De Brauwer
  60. Footprints, Les Littleford
  61. Birth of a Star, Emmanuel Jesuthasan
  62. Justice, Nassy Fesharaki
  63. Summer, Natasa Tocuc
  64. It's a Harvest Moon, nimal dunuhinga
  65. George H. Hale III - Memorial Tribute, James B. Earley
  66. August again, Ruth Walters
  67. August, Ruth Walters
  68. 3,2,1, Crystal Piatt
  69. The Flimsy Whimsy Trousseau, malini kadir
  70. Am I Still The Man?, Ejalonibu Abraham
  71. Wesley's Special Gift~, Theodora (Theo) Onken
  72. Mine, GinNie Tanner Smith
  73. Hazy Moonlight Haiku, Chenou Liu
  74. Pear Haiku, Chenou Liu
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