Be inspired by these short poems which discuss the months in each season. Every month brings with it a uniqueness to the time of year. The months quickly pass by, faster than we realize. Appreciate each month and the beauty and celebration it can bring.
January brings the snow,
Makes our feet and fingers glow;
February brings the rain,
Thaws the frozen lake again;
March brings breezes loud and shrill,
Stirs the dancing daffodil;
April brings the primrose sweet,
Scatters daisies at our feet;
May brings flocks of pretty lambs,
Skipping by their fleecy dams;
June brings tulips, lilies, roses,
Fills the children's hands with posies;
Hot July brings cooling showers,
Apricots and gilliflowers;
August brings the sheaves of corn,
Then the harvest home is borne;
Warm September brings the fruit, —
Sportsmen then begin to shoot;
Fresh October brings the pheasant, —
Then to gather nuts is pleasant;
Dull November brings the blast, —
Then the leaves are whirling fast;
Chill December brings the sleet.
Blazing fire, and Christmas treat.
Days Of The Month
Thirty days hath September,
April, June, and November,
All the rest have thirty-one,
But February's twenty-eight,
The Leap Year, which comes once in four,
Gives February one day more.
Months Of The Year
by Catherine Pulsifer
January, the start of the year, could be considered a new beginning
To set your goals and keep on living.
February the cold is here
But celebrate Valentine day with those who are dear.
March the hope of spring arrives
We are always glad to see winter die.
May the tulips do blossom bright
The days get longer giving us more light
June brings weather warm
But also black flies that like to swarm.
July the summer is finally here
The skies are blue and oh so clear!
August brings vacation time
A time to relax and just unwind.
September sees the kids back to school
Back to work and many schedules.
October the days begin to chill
But Halloween always brings a thrill.
November reminds us winter is near
We are coming to the end of the year.
December brings us shorter days and cold
Many Christmas stories are told.
Be thankful for each month of the year
Each month brings a blessing for you to hear!
Beautiful things there are coming this way
Nearer and nearer, every day
Yes, closer and closer.
Mischievous showers, and faint little smells
Of far-away flowers in far-away dells,
Are coming in April.
Sly little blossoms that clamber along
Close to the ground till they grow big and strong,
Are coming in May.
Roses and bees and a big yellow moon,
Coming together in beautiful June
In lovely midsummer.
Pretty red cherries, and bright little flies,
Twinkling and turning the fields into skies,
Will come in July.
Feathery clouds, and long, still afternoons
Scarce a leaf stirring, and birdies’ soft croons,
Are coming in August.
Glimpses of blue through the poppies and wheat.
And one little birthday on fast-flying feet,
Will come in September.
January falls the snow,
February cold winds blow,
In March peep out the early flowers,
And April comes with sunny showers.
In May the roses bloom so gay,
In June the farmer mows his hay,
In July brightly shines the sun,
In August harvest is begun.
September turns the green leaves brown,
October winds then shake them down,
November fills with bleak and smear,
December comes and ends the year.
A Reason To Celebrate
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
Every month there is a reason to celebrate
Birthdays and lots of cake.
But special occasions do arise
They happen each year they are no surprise.
January we celebrate and wish a happy new year
We look forward with much cheer.
We think of the things we want to achieve
Then set our goals and believe.
February brings love out front
A cupid goes on the hunt.
We tell our loved ones how much we love
Them and think they are sent from God above
March sees St. Patrick Day and green we wear
We celebrate the day with a flair.
We often claim Irish to be
Everyone is Irish and happy.
April gives us hope of spring
People retire and start living
Graduations happen too
April brings lots to do.
And then May is suddenly appears
A time to get out as winter disappears
We celebrate our Mothers dear
Tell Mom we love her forever and a year!
June is the month we celebrate dear old Dad
We tell him he's the best Dad a person could have had
Graduation is celebrated
We are proud of our kids, now educated.
July is the month for vacation time
All year long we saved our dimes.
We look forward to relaxation
As we go on our vacation.
August brings the bounty of the season
We planted our garden just for this reason
We enjoy fresh fruit and vegetables
Making each meal delectable.
September brings warm days, cool nights
And you find some children delight
In going back to school each day
And others hate it in every way.
October brings trick or treat
Full of candy that is oh, so sweet
Children dress up,
And the pumpkins we carve
November sees the cold arrive
South we want to drive.
We can feel winter on the rise
Much to many's demise.
Finally, December is here
Christmas comes with lots of cheer.
The month with a reason
Jesus Christ was born in this season.
The Months of The Seasons
Poet: Kate Summers
The Winter months of January, February, and March do bring
Cold weather for skating, and tobogganing
We tend to stay more indoors
The cold is not what many adore.
The Spring Months of April, May, and June do bring
Longer days and warmer feelings
We feel the warmth of the sun
We start looking forward to summer and its fun.
The Summer Months of July, August, and September do bring
Sunshine, and vacations we love living
We spend more outdoor time
We work less and have more downtime.
The Fall Months of October, November, and December do bring
Shorter days and we start wishing for spring.
Celebrations each month we do
Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas too!