Poems about January poems

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January by Patrick O'Reilly

The great North Wind rattles the treesAnd shatters their twigs to splintersThe sparkling quilt of snow knee-deepPaves the streets of winterHilly dams span the roadsWith city traffic hinderedTru

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January Thaw by Theresa Ann Moore

Green grass shows its face once againWarmth and rain are melting the snowSmall rivers form, rushing to the drain The trend will be brief, no need to mowThe fog gives witness to the gentle thawCa

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Sweet January by Saundra Diamante

It is January 1997... And so far... It has been far from Heaven The skies has been dark shades of blue and gray... As I bend my knees to pray... The weather has been cold and wet... As I sat in

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At The Nottingham Council House - 11th J.. by Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthe ..

I wonder how it’s happened.I know it would so do, That there would come a time, When I couldn’t write for you.I’d reached my culminationOf finding Thoughts and Muses too, T

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In January by john tiong chunghoo

i could walk carefreein tokyo streets and lanesin october, november and early december in my T-Shirt treating it as spring but not januarywhen the temperature would suddenly take a diplike an oly

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January by john tiong chunghoo

the tinkle of porcelain spoonsclink of glassesand click of chopsticksturn over december to januarythe old yearjust a few minutes agoa flash of the meteorgone and lostin another part of the mi

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A January Morning In Knocknagree by Francis Duggan

It's cold in Duhallow this morning and the fields that were green yesterdayLay chilled to the frost that the night brought a cover of silvery grayAnd the little dunnock on bare hedgerow too cold and

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January Limericks by Herbert Nehrlich

A surgeon called Stanislav Slaughtertook his blond anorexic young daughterto a pigs' knuckle feast(yes, the pig was deceased) just one taste of the knuckle meat taught her.A catholic preacher na

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Twentieth Of January,2009 by Stanley Cooper

Twentieth of January,2009A day all Americans can toast with bubbly wineA day to pride-fully cheer our citizens’ diversityEnding Americas’ shameful racial adversityLincoln, FDR and Camelots’

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What A Sad Tuesday Afternoon - January 1.. by Hebert Logerie

What a Sad Tuesday Afternoon - January 12,2010…The Haitian tom-tom, the Compas will remain sadFor a long timeAnd the people, our people will remain madFor some timeThe seismic river of deathT

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January 2010 Haiti by Joyce Hemsley

How sad for Port-au-Prince~~ The Capital of Haiti ~~A repeat of the destructionWhich took place back inThe eighteenth centuryWhen two similar quakesTook their toll on Haiti.We've seen frighteni

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. The Cold Winds Of January by Francis Duggan

Last night in my dreams i did hear the winds roarAbove the old high fields of far ClaramoreA cold Winter moon crept behind clouds to hideAnd on the bleak hillside the hungry fox criedAnd a bird so

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