Poems About: SUMMER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Short Shorts read more »Shawdee Bhadd
86.Haiku - Summer
End of summer read more »Don Haney
a summer breeze
cool and dry it rolls by
relief from summer skies read more »Jim Farr
88.haiku - 156
in the summer
a blue gauzy skirt read more »Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
89.Farewell To Summer
SUMMER is fading; the broad leaves that grew
So freshly green, when June was young, are falling;
And, all the whisper-haunted forest through, read more »George Arnold
Summer is the warmth of the first thread of sunshine in the morning,
Which wakes me up from a fuzzy dream.
Summer is the first grain of the sweat,
Streaming along upon the ragged shirt from a peasant’s forehead. read more »Donnie Wang
91.Although The Snow Is Beautiful
It's the season of cabin fever.
And tempers flair...
To heat up.
When the snow begins to dropp a lot. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
It was summer last, when I discovered the Lock,
But returning in winter, I was in for a shock.
In summer, the Market is in its full glory,
But, in winter, it paints a very different story. read more »Angela Wybrow
93.This is what summer means to me
A warm summer day
without a cloud in sight
A baby bird
Taking its first flight read more »Jim Milks
Summer summer once again here,
And reaching all over the meadows;
Growths of colors are everywhere,
With variant shades in the rows. read more »Peter S. Quinn
It was a very hot summer,
but there's more to remember it by,
because in that hottest of summers,
I met a girl for which you could die. read more »Iago Meldini
96.A Reason for Every Season (My ode to the seasons and Indian summer.)
There is a purpose that God and nature gave us every season.
Fall, winter, spring, and summer always happens for this reason.
In the fall all the trees turn many cool colors and paint a wonderful hue.
Winter arrives the temperature drops and can make some of us blue. read more »Nichole Kaci McKnight