Month Poems

Enjoy these short poems which discuss the months in each season. Every month brings with it a uniqueness to the time of year.

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  1. The Months
    Poet: Sara Coleridge

    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.



  2. 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.



  3. 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!



  4. Beautiful Things
    Poet: Unknown

    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.

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