Poems About: JANUARY
Poems on / about :
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133.From A Christmas Tree
In December, I was considered to be the flavour of the month,
But now, come January, I find myself well and truly dumped.
In December, I was considered to be the salt of the earth,
But, come January, and I feel I have lost all of my self worth. read more »Angela Wybrow
134.Haiku Mostly Moonshine
Moon bead bleeds minds blind
down rum road, numbed reflection
to darkness resigned read more »Jonathan ROBIN
I am not my skin nor what i wear
what i hear don't put me to fear
11th January 2008 read more »Matt Ancient
136.One Third Of The Calendar
In January everything freezes.
We have two children. Both are she'ses.
This is our January rule:
One girl in bed, and one in school. read more »Ogden Nash
137.Football Gladiators ~ Lyric Poetry
Gladiators of the numbered turf
Helmeted heads and padded limbs
22 soldiers on the field
No more, no less, at any time read more »Christine A Kysely
138.October in New Zealand
O JUNE has her diamonds, her diamonds of sheen,
Meet for a queen’s neck, if Death had e’er a queen!
June has her blue days, jewels of delight, read more »Jessie Mackay
139.As Old As
It’s early January
My feet are cold on the bathroom tile
And that’s not my face read more »Tom Foster
Though no longer amongst us
Their tradition and spirit lingers on
Like the names associated with
Each month's new full moon read more »Chris Lane
141.Season Come Season Go
Season come and season go
Tis the moon change in the
Season read more »Carolyn Sears
Bare branches of each tree
on this chilly January morn
look so cold so forlorn.
Gray skies dip ever so low read more »Nelda Hartman
143.Back There In Old Duhallow The Frosty Fields Are Gray
Back there in old Duhallow the frosty fields are gray
And the wildborn birds are silent at the dawning of the day
And the chilly winds of January sough in the naked trees
And ice is on the dark pond from the hard overnight freeze read more »Francis Duggan
Why speak that... Why? .
Monday - difficult day...
Monday is lunar day...
As Janus two-obverse is day... read more »Tsira Gogeshvili