Members Who Read Most Number Of Poems

Live Scores

Click here to see the rest of the list

Poems About: JANUARY

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

  • 277.
    Take The Fire

    Take The Fire
    Date: January 17,2012

    Take the fire away from me read more »

    Leria Hawkins
  • 278.

    It is January asking me
    'Any resolutions'?
    And I am a bit shy but say,
    'Not yet during your cold stay'? read more »

    M.D Dinesh Nair
  • 279.
    Polyacrostic Palimpsest - Ses Mots Sont Ici II

    Notes on Polyacrostic Palimpsests

    Acrostic: Verse in which certain letters form a word or message read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
  • 280.
    San Diego

    San Diego is just a kiss away
    Like a gypsy sitting on the oceans coast
    Misty in the morning like a painted lady
    She has everything a man could ask for read more »

    Jeff Nesvig
  • 281.
    In January

    i could walk carefree
    in tokyo streets and lanes
    in october, november and early december
    in my T-Shirt treating it as spring but not january read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 282.

    An icy wind whistles past,
    Another reminder that it’s January,
    A cold, wintry month,
    With merciless rain, read more »

    Chloe Smith
  • 283.
    An Ode to Eloise Watkins Moses...My Forever Friend

    We met in 8th grade...We became great friends and
    Years later,

    She Dared Me To Write my First Poem January 21,1948...we were both 16...I on January 9th and she on January 20th same year. read more »

    Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  • 284.
    The Party

    Laughter filled the room;
    Streamers decorated the ceiling-
    My fourth birthday,
    I knew I was beautiful in read more »

    Claudia Krizay
  • 285.
    Fish Crier

    read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 286.
    A Cloudy Day

    Cloudy skies obscure your view,
    A slight breeze moves the clouds,
    Letting in the sun-shine open up a broken sky. read more »

    Charles Garcia
  • 287.

    Long tapered ebony sticks
    astutely poised between nimble fingers.
    Confidently, you lift slippery rolled raw tuna
    up to a sensual waiting mouth. read more »

    Elisa M. Golden
  • 288.
    The Dentist

    Whilst waiting patiently to see
    My Dentist on one morn,
    The toothache racks my jaw,
    But I am not forlorn. read more »

    Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
[Hata Bildir]