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  • 61.
    There Was A Beau

    One time in the month of September
    There was a beau I do remember.
    There he was with pleasures bright
    and there was I filled with fright.

    Afraid to give my heart away
    I let my fear get in the way.
    I closed my eyes. He asked for naught.
    I opened my eyes and never forgot.

    When September comes every year
    I remember the beau, not the fear.
    My fear is gone. Love please return.
    For still my heart for you does yearn. read more »

  • 62.
    ` Of The Autumn Dying {Sonnet XII/XX}

    Of The Autumn Dying {Sonnet XII/XX}

    Watching leaves turn like chameleons,
    Sensing on Autumns inevitable doom, read more »

  • 63.
    A Balanced, Full Life!

    Fruits and colourful flowers start coming
    From August on through September here!
    These best months are best for functions
    Neither too hot nor too cold to enjoy well! read more »

  • 64.
    Two Weeks Into September

    Two weeks into September the leaves begin to brown
    In the groves and in the Town Park of in and near Millstreet Town
    And soon the redwing thrushes in the old fields will be seen
    When the gray frost of the cold morning does temporarily cloak the green, read more »

  • 65.
    One Drop

    Poet Keri
    September 29,2008
    Age 11 read more »

  • 66.
    A September Day

    A thing of such great beauty to behold
    The wattles resplendent in their blooms of gold
    The first week of September and Spring is in the air
    And in the green park daisies bloom everywhere, read more »

  • 67.
    Of The Autumn Dying {Sonnet 12-20}

    Watching leaves turn like chameleons,
    Sensing on Autumns inevitable doom,
    Scathed by southern winds, breathing
    Through Mother Natures winter tomb, read more »

  • 68.
    Almost May

    I think I need more half-full bottles of water to clutter my desk.
    More papers, keys, boxes of pens, and post-it notes.
    More paper clips, pencil stubs, staples, and mugs.
    More tissues and tiny pieces of chalk read more »

  • 69.
    A Train Journey

    We left old Melbourne City in the darkness
    And the northbound train stopped at each rural town
    And a gray dawn broke as we neared outer Sydney
    This Land now green has often been so brown. read more »

  • 70.
    It Is So Good To Be Outdoors

    On a sunny day like this day tis just great to be alive
    Just to walk out in the sunshine or to go off on a drive
    To the mountain or the coastal town or to the park nearby
    It is nice for to be outdoors when the sun is in the sky read more »

  • 71.
    Other 9/11s

    A haiku sequence for Susan Sontag, author of Regarding the Pain of Others, who claimed that

    'The truth is always something that is told, not something that is known. If there were no speaking or writing, there would be no truth about anything. There would only be what is.' read more »

  • 72.

    ★ September

    ☆ Poetry by Helen Hunt Jackson read more »

New September Poems

  1. *Following The Birds*, Trisha Hopkins
  2. Remembering 9/11, David Boyce
  3. ' [ September ] ', Ency Bearis
  4. September, Edgar Albert Guest
  5. September's Mighty Winds, Captain Cur
  6. September, Juan Olivarez
  7. Come September and Sweet Heart, Akhtar Jawad
  8. See You In September, emmanuel akinnagbe
  9. Reflections, Susan Lacovara
  10. The September Month, sherif monem
  11. Ode To September, David Whalen
  12. ' [ Early September ] ', Ency Bearis
  13. Greyrain Rain Dreams, Diana van den Berg
  14. Haiku September Icing, Jonathan ROBIN
  15. When You, Forget Me, Is It Poetry
  16. Haiku Time May Poll May Time 0994, Jonathan ROBIN
  17. you got me twisted, nozipho makhubu
  18. September Villanelle, Manjula Reddy
  19. The September 19th, duke perry abrokwa
  20. A Fun of September!, Ramesh T A
  21. 9/11, Justin Reamer
  22. Teacher's Day, Shashikant Nishant Sharma
  23. September, Chester Maynes
  24. September, cassiel kaini
  25. lost love, chantel mcdonald
  26. September Girl, Josephe Buchanan
  27. The Golden Land, Francis Turner Palgrave
  28. When September Arrives, Again, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  30. 9/11: A Day Of Infamy (Chain poem), Dorian Petersen Potter
  31. Haiku (Autumn Tears), Shiela Marie Anunciacion
  32. Arbor of solitude, Framarz Bagheri
  33. On September 11,2001, Shannon Monroe
  34. haiku - 637, Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
  36. delay, Maria Barbara Korynt
  37. Evening prowler, Framarz Bagheri
  38. Once Upon a Cold September, Kayla Koch
  39. September, Nina Dringo
  40. Twins Celebrate, Joyce Hemsley
  41. early days ***** SEPTEMBER POEM, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  42. September’s Shadows – A Haiku, C Richard Miles
  43. September Days, Jas Andrada
  44. Never Forget, Kayleigh Wilcox
  45. A Peaceful Morning, David Harris
  46. 12 Months In New England, Aaron Brown
  47. ..- haiku, Peter S. Quinn
  48. One Cold Night In September, Lore Me34
  49. Sweet September, Joyce Hemsley
  50. In Glorious September, Joyce Hemsley
  51. Celestial Sapphire, Anne E. Kachline
  52. 3rd of September, George Sicillia
  54. A September Day, Francis Duggan
  55. Autumn, mathew gallerno
  56. Into the Stillness, M Rene Riel
  57. #75 Poetry in Motion Consert of Laughter, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  58. IN SEPTEMBER…, Tsira Gogeshvili
  59. The Old Man's Saddest Story, Francis Duggan
  60. A Windy Day In Early September, Francis Duggan
  61. In South Gippsland In September, Francis Duggan
  62. September's Brought The Spring, Francis Duggan
  63. 911, Marjorie DeBol DeFazio
  64. September's Birth, In Beautied, As Best., Michael Gale
  65. First Postcard from Iraq, Sandy Hiss
  66. Paper Rain, vincent armone
  67. Haiku #97 The Wonder of a Rose, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  68. Haiku #95-In My Garden, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  69. #94 Haiku Nature's Duet Treasure, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  70. SEPTEMBER, Aldo Kraas
  71. September Song, David Harris
  72. I'm Wet in Your Spelling – Rain Song, Peter S. Quinn
  73. ~September Dreamers, Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun
  74. Holy September, Attia Taylor
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