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Top 100 Poems About: OCTOBER

In this page, poems on / about “october” are listed.
  • 1.
    It Must Be October

    The harvest moon hangs round and high
    It dodges clouds high in the sky
    The stars wink down their love and mirth
    The Autumn seasons is giving birth read more »

    Pearl N. Sorrels
  • 2.

    The strangest thing ever
    When you remember
    That first September
    When it really didn't matter read more »

    Aleks Hunter
  • 3.
    It Was One of Those Fine October Days

    It was one of those fine October days
    free from summer’s heat and haze
    but not yet gripped by autumn chill. read more »

    Richard Greene
  • 4.

    Crispy air and azure skies,
    High above, a white cloud flies,
    Bright as newly fallen snow.
    Oh the joy to those who know October! read more »

    Joseph Pullman Porter
  • 5.
    To My Mother

    You went to sleep that October night
    The angels took you
    Back home in their flight
    We never had time to say goodbye read more »

    Carolyn Luce
  • 6.
    October Leaves

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    SeQuoia Brown
  • 7.
    In October

    when I count the days in a calender
    it will never end sooner read more »

    eva rachmania
  • 8.
    Wooden Structures

    Wooden structures that emerge from the face of the earth.
    Temples of love to give identity to the ground on which they stand.
    From east to west a glow with stellular radiance and energy.
    On this rock we rely for our daily spin through the sky. read more »

    Kevin Kavanagh
  • 9.
    Dancing Leaves

    (In Best Poems of 1998) Red, yellow leaves turned ashen gray
    On that bright October day.
    Will cold winds blow more, snow more, no more
    Dancing Leaves? read more »

    Marion Michaels
  • 10.
    On A Clear October Night

    On a clear October night,
    A crescent moon swooned
    Above my beloved mountain,
    In perfect harmony are read more »

    neitseituonuo sekhose
  • 11.

    October glides in on a fallen leaf
    And gathers his friends
    Into big parties.
    Only to be swept to the road read more »

    Jack Radford
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