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

  • 217.

    APPLICATION TO DIE July 21st,2012
    JAMES BREDIN read more »

  • 218.
    Making Love

    I love having close to me and feeling your body close to mine
    It drives me crazy when your lips touch me softly,
    I love that you want to take your time and give me all I desire. read more »

  • 219.
    Independance Day

    Our forefathers sacrificed:
    'Their Their Lives, Their Liberty,
    and Their sacred Honor. read more »

  • 220.
    Poem 065, Sonnet 25: Score

    Now is the day, the bound'ry of July
    The close of buoyancy, the end of play
    Today my boyhood hums its elegye
    To welcome ripeness, Lord! I’m score today. read more »

  • 221.
    Following The Moon To The Maple Land

    for my first Canada Day, July 1,2003

    Name: Chen-ou Liu (phonic) :
    Country of Birth: R.O.C.; read more »

  • 222.
    Sonnet: The Flower’s No More

    A flower rare grew ’midst the wild flowers,
    And had such beauty, words can never tell!
    Last year, ’twas born in July-end showers;
    This July rain became its fast death knell. read more »

  • 223.
    July The First

    The grey roos sheltering beneath the pine trees it is a wet and a wintery Winter's day
    Yet in the rain the magpie he is piping on a high branch of a tall mountain gray
    And yet the weather is not cold or chilly it does not seem a bad start to July
    The Winter sun by the rain is hidden and overcast looking the morning sky read more »

  • 224.
    My Four Seasons

    I gaze out through my window to the colours of the leaves,
    Reds and browns and yellows floating like fairies from the trees.
    I follow the as they burst alive and dance among the breeze,
    And my smile is echoed effortlessly in the colours of the leaves. read more »

  • 225.
    Just Memories

    The school holidays were happy days a time of the year to enjoy
    The birds sang in the leafy hedgerows and above the fields of Lisnaboy
    The little brown skylark was carolling as up towards the clouds he did fly
    A small speck above the green landscape the feathered minstrel of the sky. read more »

  • 226.

    From recent rains the woodland path was greasy up along the wooded hill
    And the freshening winds of mid afternoon blew with a wintery chill
    And in Doongalla east of Melbourne the white cockies did call
    In that quiet old mountain woodland where the stringybarks stand tall. read more »

  • 227.
    Pride Aside on Love

    Innocence and pride make two
    as pride and love - forget-me-not -
    from fever cools as through and through
    fond memories few keep. Fools blot read more »

  • 228.
    Time 4 Me 2 Grieve

    I understand why you had to leave,
    my mind blocked out that you had to depart,
    I have massive distress in my heart,
    my soul states it is time for the tears and fears, read more »

New July Poems

  1. HAIKU 2, Cheryl Griffith
  2. Christmas in July, Marilyn Lott
  3. After All, Ryan Scales
  4. June, July, August, and September, Jeff Gangwer
  5. Dear old dead July, Mark Heathcote
  6. Forest, JIBAN GOSWAMI
  7. Evening, JIBAN GOSWAMI
  8. The Truth Is Not Blind, Wilfred Mellers
  9. Do not leave us, Sadiqullah Khan
  10. i still weep for June~, Mandolyn ...
  11. My Dream Tonight, Wilfred Mellers
  12. Much Grief, Sadiqullah Khan
  13. Melbs, David McLean Mathews
  14. Writers block in July, Matthew Holloway
  15. Their Lights Has Gone Out, Wilfred Mellers
  16. To Valerie Macon New Poet Laureate Of No.., mary douglas
  17. NADINE GORDIMER: JULY'S DAUGHTER IS A SL.., alexander opicho
  18. point of view, Charles Hice
  19. Innovation, dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath
  20. God is Love- 2, dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath
  21. Seeing Them Again, Sara Fielder
  22. Official Opening Of Cecil Rosen Court By.., Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthe ..
  23. While The River Rushes On, Leria Hawkins
  24. Why does it Always Rain on the Fourth of.., Loyd C. Taylor
  25. 4TH of JULY freedom, Charles Hice
  26. American National Day Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  27. Independence Day - A Black Man's Perspec.., James B. Earley
  28. Following The Moon To The Maple Land, Chenou Liu
  29. Happy 2nd Half Of The Year Day!, Jim Yerman
  30. Looking at the past, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  31. Summer Storm, Nicole GravellPellerino
  32. Surfers Beach, Nancy Terrell
  33. Musing through the ruse.., OLUMIDE FAMILUSI
  34. Those Good Tomatoes, Donal Mahoney
  35. Grandma, Kayla Jones
  36. Drama And Romance, Diana van den Berg
  37. A Dark July Night, Nicole GravellPellerino
  38. THE PAPER BOAT - By Rabindranath Tagore, Paul Christian
  39. PSR Mornings, Carol Fleming Klein
  40. Model Prayer For Model Citizen, A. P. Herbert
  41. THE W . . . . . R, A. P. Herbert
  42. Poem 065, Sonnet 25: Score, Samer Madbak
  43. Rites Of The Seventh Month, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  44. July 7th, AaI Harvey
  45. Counting the Days, Nur Meiyati
  46. LEYLA, Giorgos Vlachos 2
  47. Independance Day, Roxanne Dubarry
  48. 'Christmas in July', Roxanne Dubarry
  49. Art Fugue, Diana van den Berg
  50. Fourth Dream, Diana van den Berg
  51. To God, Mike Barrett
  52. Together Apart, Diana van den Berg
  53. Havana Girls, Floral Flower
  54. ....., Emm Gee
  55. Où Est Votre Mémoire, Psaltydog's Thoughts
  56. Nature Of History, Masereka Amos
  57. Making Love, Frank Pulver
  58. Haiku Dichotomy, Jonathan ROBIN
  59. SUE RODRIGUEZ... JULY 19TH,2013, James Bredin
  60. Without A Song, Margaret Alice Second
  61. The Month of July, Aravind Suresh
  62. Malala Day, Bashyam Narayanan
  65. How Should the Sound Have Been, Joao Otero
  66. Migrant's Dream Haiku, Chenou Liu
  67. July 4h Barbecue, Donal Mahoney
  68. Nature's Sense Of Humility, RIC S. BASTASA
  69. Ars Gratia Artis, Jonathan ROBIN
  70. Nasturtiums, Imogene Wagner
  71. Say hi, mohand alnosiry
  72. The Sky in My Shoe, Kyungdae Min
  73. Maybe August?, Edwina Reizer
  74. Early July Morning Love, Terry Collett
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