Top 100 Poems About: JANUARY

In this page, poems on / about “january” are listed.
  • 1.
    A Cloudy Day

    Cloudy skies obscure your view,
    A slight breeze moves the clouds,
    Letting in the sun-shine open up a broken sky. read more »

    Charles Garcia
  • 2.
    Where Angels Always Go

    My life has changed it's sad to say
    It all began one January day
    As the angels came,
    To take you away read more »

    The Dreamer
  • 3.

    I ramble in my dreams
    About who I would have been
    If that January never happened
    Would we have stayed more than friends read more »

    Rebekah Parrish
  • 4.
    Merry January

    Sound of joy and merry
    O.. Morning has come
    They shout Merry January
    O.. Something will truly come read more »

    Vidi Pudinkz
  • 5.
    Telephone Conversation

    Wednesday, January 23,2008
    Week 10: Telephone Conversation by Wole Soyinka read more »

    tamilarasi shalu
  • 6.
    Give Me

    Give me all you can give,
    the love and joy you bring,
    Give to me the melody of your voice
    But don't give me materalistic things. read more »

    La Tonya Davis
  • 7.
    Silent Steps

    Silent Steps
    Gin-Nie Tanner Smith
    January 15,2013, Copy Right 2013 © read more »

    GinNie Tanner Smith
  • 8.
    January Morn

    Bare branches of each tree
    on this chilly January morn
    look so cold so forlorn.
    Gray skies dip ever so low read more »

    Nelda Hartman
  • 9.
    The Distant Moon

    Admitted to the hospital again.
    The second bout of pneumocystis back
    In January almost killed him; then,
    He'd sworn to us he'd die at home.He baked read more »

    Rafael Campo
  • 10.
    My Grandpa Tony[elegy]

    He is a speical person
    Grandpa, Husband, Father
    January 3,2007
    I will never forget read more »

    Kristie Renee Leidenbor
  • 11.
    January The Eagle

    January the Eagle
    Waits up top a hill
    It gazes down onto the snowy ground
    Without making any sound, read more »

    Will David
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