11 July Poems

A collection of poems about July, where the verses come alive to celebrate the beauty and magic of the best month of summer.

July poems, like the warm embrace of the sun, capture the essence of this glorious time when wedding bells chime, holidays beckon, and laughter dances amidst barbeques and picnics. Prepare to be inspired and uplifted as we embark on a poetic journey through the vibrant tapestry of July's splendor. We hope you enjoy these poems.

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  1. The Month Of July
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    July, how we adore thee,
    A month of warm and sunny glee.
    With thirty-one days in your keep,
    We wish for more time to play and sleep.

    Cool ocean waves and sparkling sands,
    Barbecue grills and ice cream stands.
    Yet fleeting are your precious hours,
    We savor them like summer flowers.

    Oh July, please slow your pace,
    And let us bask in your warm embrace.

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  3. Wedding Bells Ring
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    July, the month of wedding bells,
    Outdoors the perfect place to dwell.
    Love is felt in the warmest rays,
    As couples join in life's mirthful ways.

    Sun-filled skies, a gentle breeze,
    Joy abounds, the guests at ease-
    Excitement fills our hearts with glee,
    July, a time for love and harmony.

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  5. July 4th Independence Day
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    An American day of pride,
    Celebrating the land we call home.
    July 4th, the date so tied
    To freedom and our right to roam.

    In 1776 came a declaration
    A momentous moment in time.
    Independence Day, a celebration
    Of all our forefathers' climb.

    So wave those flags high and loud,
    With bursts of fireworks all 'round!
    Let's celebrate with joy unbound
    This country and its faithful crowd!

  6. July 1st Canada Day
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    On the first of July, we celebrate with pride!
    The birth of a nation cannot be denied.
    Confederation came in eighteen sixty-seven,
    And Canada took its place among the creations.

    We'll wave our flags, and cheer aloud,
    In honor of this day, we stand proud.
    A land of diversity, unity, and strength,
    Canada Day reminds us to go the length.

  7. God's Will Be Done
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    As sweltering July crawls in,
    We gather, repentant of our sins.
    Underneath the scorching sun,
    We pray that God’s will be done.

    No matter what trials we must face,
    His love and guidance sustain our pace.
    So we press on through life's turmoil,
    Aiming for Grace's endless soil.

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  9. The Height Of Summer
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    July marks the height of summer,
    With warmth and sunshine to uncover.
    People flock to beaches and pools,
    Enjoying outdoor fun with no rules.

    Vacations abound, travel plans are in place,
    As we soak up the sun on our face.
    Fireworks light up the sky at night,
    July is a time of pure delight.

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  11. Friendship Day
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    July 30th is the day to celebrate
    Love and laughter among mates
    International Friendship Day, it is
    To cherish bonds of love and bliss

    We'll laugh and play with those we hold dear,
    And proudly revel in this time of year.
    Our hearts will overflow with joy and glee,
    As we honor the friendships that mean so much to me.

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  13. An Irish Blessing For July
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    May the sun's warm rays and gentle breeze,
    Bring peace and joy to all who seize
    The beauty of this July day,
    And blessings come in every way.

    May love and laughter always stay,
    Guiding you in life's cherished way.
    This Irish blessing we bestow,
    May it be with you wherever you go.

  14. Ice Cream
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    July, oh July, a month of sweet delight,
    Where ice cream knows no bounds or respite,
    For in this land, the treat is paramount,
    And on the third Sunday we all recount,
    The joys and pleasures of this creamy fare,
    A day to celebrate beyond compare.
    But let us pause and contemplate with grace,
    The role that ice cream plays in every place.

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  16. The Summer Food That Reigns
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Hot dogs and hamburgers, oh how grand,
    The stars of every backyard land,
    On the grill, they sizzle and pop,
    While we patiently wait, our stomachs about to flop.

    At last, they're done, we gather around,
    Buns and toppings spread abound,
    Ketchup, mustard, onions too,
    Eating outside, what else would we do?

    So here's to July and August and BBQs galore,
    Where hot dogs and hamburgers reign evermore.

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  18. July Brings Summers Voice
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In July, we feel the sun's radiant gleam,
    We relax as we daydream.
    The flowers bloom, oh so bright,
    This month brings so much delight.

    The laughter of children who are so carefree,
    Their playful spirit sets young hearts aglee.
    July, a cherished month, we rejoice,
    To hear the sounds of summers voice.

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