Poems about Summer poems

Read poems about Summer from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Summer by going to the submit poem page.

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A Summer Morning by Robert Fuller Murray

Never was sun so bright before,No matin of the lark so sweet,No grass so green beneath my feet,Nor with such dewdrops jewelled o'er.I stand with thee outside the door,The air not yet is close wi

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** ** **** Summer Breeze Makes Me Feel .. by Shelley L Baxter

Rolling blades of grass play in the meadows green, as bird songs whisper my name in the trees... the breeze circles me enfolding me in its tune, a serenade that happens on beautiful days in June.

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(summer Poems) Summer Rain by Janice Windle

Beneath summer rainhappy garden grass will knowsun is coming soon.Author: Janice Windle

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Winter's Summer by venkatesh nagaraj

Winter without you is like a summer in a winter, when memories of your love murmur in my winter. Summer in a winter was never been hot as it is.when the memories of your love thrills me tod

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The Summer Bower by Henry Timrod

It is a place whither I've often goneFor peace, and found it, secret, hushed, and cool,A beautiful recess in neighboring woods.Trees of the soberest hues, thick-leaved and tall,Arch it o'erhead an

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. What I Didn'T Do This Summer! by Ruth Craig

I didn't write that novel I've dreamed of for many years Nor did I climb Mt. Everest (I'm really scared of heights) I didn't swim the English Channel (It was a bit too far) I didn't win a Pulitz

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Summer In England, 1914 by Alice Meynell

On London fell a clearer light;Caressing pencils of the sunDefined the distances, the whiteHouses transfigured one by one,The 'long, unlovely street' impearled.O what a sky has walked the world!

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Fair Summer Droops by Thomas Nashe

Fair summer droops, droop men and beasts therefore,So fair a summer look for nevermore:All good things vanish less than in a day,Peace, plenty, pleasure, suddenly decay.Go not yet away, bright sou

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In Summer by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

How plain and heightWith dewdrops are bright!How pearls have crown'dThe plants all around!How sighs the breezeThro' thicket and trees!How loudly in the sun's clear raysThe sweet birds carol for

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Would You Like Summer? Taste Of Ours by Emily Dickinson

691Would you like summer? Taste of ours.Spices? Buy here!Ill! We have berries, for the parching!Weary! Furloughs of down!Perplexed! Estates of violet trouble ne'er looked on!Captive! We bring r

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Summer Midnight by Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant

Athwart the star-lit midnight sky Luminous fleecy clouds drift by, As the mysterious, pallid moon Sinks in the waveless still lagoon. Now that the queen of night is dead, The starry commonwealth

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Her Final Summer Was It, by Emily Dickinson

Her final summer was it,And yet we guessed it not;If tenderer industriousnessPervaded her, we thoughtA further force of lifeDeveloped from within,--When Death lit all the shortness up,And made

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