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Poems About: JUNE

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

  • 217.
    A Birthday Poem for Ligaya

    With joy you work,
    With joy you talk, read more »

    Joscephine Gomez
  • 218.
    The Gift

    She paces
    By his side
    On a quiet street,
    Leafy and wide. read more »

    Paul Hartal
  • 219.
    Tick Tock -new-

    Tick tock goes the clock
    Out of bed cut off their head

    Tick tock read more »

    Melissa K Vigna
  • 220.
    The End Of May

    How the wind howls this morn
    About the end of May,
    And drives June on apace
    To mock the world forlorn read more »

    William Morris
  • 221.
    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
  • 222.
    When The Poet Came

    The ferny places gleam at morn,
    The dew drips off the leaves of corn;
    Along the brook a mist of white read more »

    Eugene Field
  • 223.
    A Song Of Roses

    'Tis time to sing of roses: of roses all ablow,
    To every vagrant passing breeze they dip a courtesy low, read more »

    Virna Sheard
  • 224.
    Sonnet 05

    prophets are social hermits, and do
    visionary eyes focus on social distance.
    seeing ahead, it's as if they knew
    the act of root in every consequence. read more »

    doug bentley
  • 225.
    A Night In June

    'What so rare as a day in June?'
    O poet, hast thou never known
    A night in rose-voluptuous June?
    High over all a broad, full moon, read more »

    James Edwin Campbell
  • 226.
    Sleepless Nights

    At midnight, in the month of June,
    I stand beneath the desert moon,
    Deep in thought while humming a tune. read more »

    Richard Stamper
  • 227.
    A Song for June's Smile

    A song for June's smile,
    When love is still so young;
    Though summer has been awhile,
    To become colored and strong. read more »

    Peter S. Quinn
  • 228.
    The Last Day Of June

    So, June, you come to an end
    But as you leave I send
    My very best wish and thought;
    For your bee and firefly read more »

    Paul Gerard Reed
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