Poems About: SEPTEMBER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
When spinney wears a misty shawl.
Where colours blaze before they fall.
The sun performs just one last dance
Amid the trees for lovers' glance. read more »Kevin East
I'd like to die in September,
For die I eventually must,
When Connecticut's leaves, I remember,
Are beginning to turn into rust; read more »John Bliven Morin
255.The Way To My Heart
Authors: Joyce Hemsley
and John William McGrath.
National Poetry Day, tomorrow
9th October 2008... read more »Joyce Hemsley
Only in West, March heralds the Spring.
Let me sing to this month of September:
Here this month in India, dragonflies crowd read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
257.The dateless day of September
All the gods of
All the religions
Of the world
Called on a meeting read more »Bashyam Narayanan
258.A Lovely Day In September
The nesting songbirds are singing on the sunlit bushes and trees
On this warm day in September of close to thirty degrees
The cows in the nearby paddock sit and chew their cuds at ease
And there is a pleasant freshness in the freshening coastal breeze read more »Francis Duggan
259.oh nein, oh nein, oh nein
She said, “Oh nein, oh nein, oh nein! ”
and since she was a German girl.
he wouldn’t do what seemed not fine
to her, a charming chap, no churl. read more »gershon hepner
That day in sweet September.
In the shadow of night fall... read more »Junepaulette GasrelTibbetts
She sits there anxious, eyes dark
and sunken, reflecting heart.
Not much to say as the days pass by;
they do not talk that much at home, read more »David Taylor
262.Seventy Years Ago
The Third of September
Nineteen thirty-nine is a
Day I remember well.
I travelled on a Southdown bus read more »Joyce Hemsley
September wild flowers grow free
Purple, yellow, lavender, all beam joy
Fall is starting to turn the sumac
A walk can be such a wondrous trip read more »Joseph Narusiewicz
264.How Can I Exchange The Peace?
How can I exchange the peace
That feel I under these pines?
How can I
A more welcome coolness this coming September feel? read more »Emmanuel George Cefai