Poems About: SUMMER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
these days people see it as just another summer.
just another ray of sun.
just an excuse to have some fun. read more »stephanie Boccia
206.winds of summer
WINDS OF SUMMER
Just out of the winds of summer
Came forth a being so sweet and tender. read more »Tigana Chileshe
The Spring time of my first loving,
Finds yet no winter of removing;
Nor frosts to make my hopes decrease: read more »Mary Wroth
208.What Makes The Summer?
It is not the lark's clear tone
Cleaving the morning air with a soaring cry,
Nor the nightingale's dulcet melody all the balmy night-- read more »Marietta Holley
209.Summer Was (II)
Summer was the longing we felt each other feel,
Like the certainty of hope in a newly spinning wheel.
Summer was the sunshine that shouted through the rain, read more »R. L. Allen
210.Summer Dreams Buzz By
Shrug off lazy blowflies buzzing summer days
youth dreams of grand destiny dared awaiting
exploits theirs of earth shattering consequences read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
211.Summer Once Again
The seasons goes by.
Fall is when every this starts falling asleep,
Winter is when everything is a slumber
But not theones how are awake. read more »sandy kulchyski
212.A Parfay'ed Summer's-Spent....
A parfay'ed summer spent on the outter reached, beach of sand...
Tidal waves of passion is neatly a'near at hand.
Parfay'ed cones of icecream dripping to my mouth...
Wind swept towards my face-commeth' from my South. read more »Michael Gale
213.TWENTY Summers Die
The smell of fresh cookies i inhaled so deep
All of my senses excitable at hand
For such a moment of passion the young men weep
I have her at my command read more »BEAU GOLDEN
214.Travel Haiku - The Summer Palace, Beijing
Serene Summer Palace
the only thing missing
dowager's voice read more »john tiong chunghoo
215.Shout it out, 'Summer in March! '
What a bummer,
I wish it were summer. read more »The Smiles That We Share
216.- A SUMMER DAY-
- A SUMMER DAY-
The coolness of a Summer breeze
On the hottest of Summer days read more »Carolyn Ford Witt