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Poems About: JULY

In this page, poems on / about “july” are listed.
  • 1.
    My Heart Is In July

    shifting away from June's bud
    to leave dandelions scattered in the yard
    this dawn of July
    marks the end of a lie read more »

    Niji Chrys
  • 2.

    July, the year two-thousand
    I had no nickname
    I was fifteen
    I liked to shop read more »

    Yasmin Rubayo
  • 3.

    July is the month where the families get the barbeque grills fired up.
    July is the month where the night sky is light up with fire works.
    July is the month where many families go out of town to be with family.
    July is the month where many kids are dreary because it’s a month away for school. read more »

    Natasha Ligons
  • 4.
    Rites Of The Seventh Month

    Empyrean drops,
    Monument of July,
    The pluvial chapter of life... read more »

    Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  • 5.

    July is light blue
    The color of the sky
    July feels like a long vacation
    In the sun read more »

    Gurpiar Sidhu
  • 6.
    Hatred evokes pity

    Mary took pity in July’s servant;
    July took pity in Mary’s servant.
    Yes, Mary and July are good neigbours.
    The servants’ conditions didn’t evoke pity; read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 7.

    Thick humid air of mid July
    Eavesdrops the unheard chants
    Fills the sky with gray tales of woes
    Pours down the dire tears of blue read more »

    irum inayat
  • 8.
    THE W . . . . . R

    I think I mentioned June the other week:
    About July I simply cannot speak. read more »

    A. P. Herbert
  • 9.
    It Was July

    I am resurrected, after dying for want of you,
    It all came down upon me in sunny July,
    Where had you gone, I wish I knew,
    That I care no more, should come as no surprise, read more »

    Vallerie Lobell
  • 10.

    In July I caught a butterfly,
    it's peacock markings
    and its gentle wings
    fluttered, read more »

    Ruth Walters
  • 11.
    Three Haiku

    (Haiku written by Mary Naylor July 18,2007

    The butterfly drifts read more »

    Mary Naylor
  • 12.

    I can’t believe it’s already you, July.
    Half the year has now passed me by.
    A moment ago it was New Year’s Day
    With fresh resolutions to pave my way. read more »

    Gregory Huyette
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