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Top 100 Poems About: AUGUST

In this page, poems on / about “august” are listed.
  • 1.
    Angel my Niece

    Baptized in church in Minneapolis,
    it was a special day I would not miss.
    I have a photo of you and me,
    we both were smiling happily. read more »

    Suzae Chevalier
  • 2.
    All Across The Nation

    All Across The Nation,
    Is Hunger And Starvation.

    All Across The Nation, read more »

    James Lee Watts
  • 3.
    August is the dying month

    August is the dying month
    When hot July struggles to keep her hold
    Moving toward a hopeless chilled September
    Pretending to be summer read more »

    Wanda Swim Strunk
  • 4.
    to our son with love

    on august 26th in the year ninteen fifty three
    god and my wife gave a son to me read more »

    hewitt hardy
  • 5.
    August Sun

    The birth of August is upon us, as the fair haired sun rises in the sky
    With songs of the cicada unwinding, the sand hill Cranes sail by
    The heat is hovering all around us, we feel heavy in it's grip
    To break free from it's bonds, from it's clutches we must rip read more »

    Rhonda Baker
  • 6.
    Goodbye, My Brother

    Goodbye, My Brother
    By Renelle

    On the Eighteen of August, A day I’ll never forget read more »

    Renelle Gallant
  • 7.
    Bars Fight

    August, twas the twenty-fifth,
    Seventeen houndred forty-six,
    The Indians did in ambush lay, read more »

    Lucy Terry Prince
  • 8.
    The Blame Beyond Reason

    beyond reason the damage
    done to the southern white
    sensed as the nervous sky
    keeps breathing in and out read more »

    Elna Nel
  • 9.

    She dreams of August in the singing morning..
    When all the little things come out to play,
    When every spider's web is sticky, lacy,
    And every kid will have the pinkest day. read more »

    Donna Earle
  • 10.

    Dreaming a Dream
    August 27,2004
    4: 13am read more »

    Albert Arsenio Sison
  • 11.
    Unsaon Pagkaon sa Impyerno?

    24 August 2008

    Sukara ang kahadlok sa init nga kaha read more »

    Cindy Velasquez
  • 12.

    Just written medio August 201, for Poetfreak.

    Recently last July I was invited by a good friend to come to Paris.
    When still living in the tropics I loved to study Beaux Arts in Paris, but....since I was the only girl (be noted: my big bro was the only boy....LOL...) , my mom forbade me, I may not study in Heidelberg either! Since then Paris had become its home in my head, i really enjoyed my very first visit to Paris, i was really very excited...and last July I was back again in Paris, this time I was invited....all previous times I invited myself... read more »

    Sylvia Frances Chan
  • 13.
    Elegy For My Father

    HLF, August 8,1918—August 22,1997

    “Bequeath us to no earthly shore until
    Is answered in the vortex of our grave read more »

    Annie Finch
  • 14.
    August ke nam...

    ugust tum jao abhi to magar jab loat ke ana…
    Kuch mere waste khushyan kuch naye khawab le ana…
    Naye umeed le ana naye arman le ana…
    Bete yaadon ke waste naye pehchan le ana… read more »

    pakeeza rizvi
  • 15.
    secret life of bees

    my memories call to me, the sight of my mother plays in my head.

    T-ray doesn't speak of her read more »

    Tatiana Enriquez
  • 16.
    My Little Flower

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    Donald Robbins Sr
  • 17.
    Dedicated to Every Smug Vegan I Have Ever Known, and NOT Dedicated to Any Live-and-Let-Live Vegan I might Know Now

    Every August,
    staunch young armies of dynamic corn,
    beautiful to weigh in the hand,
    suffer massacres. read more »

    Maxene KuppermanGuinals
  • 18.

    Cool, I mean cool as ever.

    Anticipating these confrontations could end and bring abruptly the spark envisaged. read more »

    Prince Kenny Osei
  • 19.
    Digging Deeper

    I. The Secret Garden
    fooled the squash bugs read more »

    Phillip Carroll Morgan
  • 20.
    LOVE IS...

    Oneself and Others,
    As they are,
    For their needs. read more »

    Marco Polo
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