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Poems About: JUNE

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  • 73.

    Wisteria woke me this morning,
    And there was all June in the garden;
    I felt them, early, warning
    Lest I miss any part of the day. read more »

    Ann McGough
  • 74.
    Tea Rota! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

    We, ve got a bit of a rota,
    a rota to make the tea.
    There's only two people on it,
    that's just June and me. read more »

    Maurice Diplock
  • 75.

    The sweet month of June is now gone
    Can you believe me?
    In June
    We sat almost everyday read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 76.
    Foxglove Force

    Appearing in June, trumpeted lances
    Rise like fine swords fencing for room, daylight
    Shines on pink blooms strung around serried ranks
    Of foxgloves, belying valiant fights read more »

    Fay Slimm
  • 77.
    ! SONG OF JUNE !

    June sings for me, a song
    of a rain cloud, which has
    lost its way in a desert storm,
    haunted and chased read more »

    Rema Prasanaa
  • 78.
    **In June**

    On the hottest day in June
    We both said I do!
    I promise to love and cherish you
    And make all your dreams come true read more »

  • 79.

    Now it's june
    You'll be leaving soon
    I'm going to cry
    Times really passing by read more »

    Paulina Isabel Juarez
  • 80.
    Love like that

    sid and nancy, bonnie and clyde, johnny and june
    i wanna love like them
    i wanna have love like that
    you dont have love like that anymore read more »

    Misty moon
  • 81.

    first the seed March the muffle cover of snow disappears
    and good Illinois soil emits read more »

    Jimi Doyle
  • 82.

    How can I explain
    well maybe I cant
    mere words can't actualize the feelings I have
    when I see a rainbow or read more »

    Harlan Lovestone
  • 83.
    ' Jasmine & Jonquils In June... '

    Jasmine and Jonquils In June
    Bougainvilleas and Brides Are In Bloom
    Also Roses and Ribbons In Rooms
    Growing Standing Ovations Of Grooms read more »

    MoonBee Canady
  • 84.

    THE skies are blue
    O'er the meadow now,
    And the leaves are new
    On the willow-bough, read more »

    Dollie Radford
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