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Top 100 Poems About: APRIL

In this page, poems on / about “april” are listed.
  • 1.

    APRIL, April,
    Laugh thy girlish laughter;
    Then, the moment after,
    Weep thy girlish tears! read more »

    William Watson
  • 2.

    April, pride of woodland ways,
    Of glad days,
    April, bringing hope of prime,
    To the young flowers that beneath read more »

    Remy Belleau
  • 3.
    April Fool

    April rain
    the moon,
    but its madness read more »

    W.I. Stoneberger
  • 4.

    Beauty is the dawn
    watching the world awaken
    from behind the hills. read more »

    Kimberly Kastner
  • 5.
    A Patient's Lament

    I missed the soft, gentle rains of April.
    I did not hear the robin nestlings
    Calling for their daily fare.
    I did not see the early violets read more »

    Mary M. Coughlin
  • 6.

    My mind becomes full of hatred
    Flames the fire of revenge read more »

  • 7.
    First poem

    My first poem in all my life
    i wonder what people would say
    what do u think?
    written on April the fool read more »

    LeiLa LighT
  • 8.
    She died in April

    She died in April
    Struck by a car
    As all around the snows lay melting
    And the first blooms came to life read more »

    Eric Tenn
  • 9.
    April Flower

    Bloom for me,
    My April flower.
    Show your beauty,
    I'll take a gander. read more »

    John Paul Ang
  • 10.

    Tiny white clouds
    Spring's frisky kittens
    Across the blue velvet rug read more »

    LaRetha Adams
  • 11.
    Beautiful, Oh Beautiful--

    Beautiful, oh beautiful-
    In all the mountain passes
    The plenteous dowers of April showers,
    Which every spring amasses, read more »

    Digby Mackworth Dolben
  • 12.
    Sometimes In April

    Sometimes in April
    Was like an honey-lick on the Moon of Cambridge
    Never knew would prone a prize to pay
    From year's onset singing 'I love you' till May read more »

    Adesoro Segun
  • 13.
    Sweet Wild April

    O sweet wild April
    Came over the hills,
    He skipped with the winds read more »

    William Force Stead
  • 14.
    Home Thoughts from Abroad

    April in England–daffodils are growing
    By every wayside, golden, tall and fair;
    April–and all the little winds are blowing
    The scents of springtime through the sunny air. read more »

    Norah M. Holland
  • 15.
    In April

    This I saw on an April day:
    Warm rain spilt from a sun-lined cloud,
    A sky-flung wave of gold at evening,
    And a cock pheasant treading a dusty path read more »

    James Hearst
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