Couplet January Poems | Couplet Poems About January
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Crisp January morning stillness
holds dampness in the air.
Mistletoe still hanging in the trees
I inhale deeply to rejuvenate my
The fresh smell of winter, my soul
it truly refreshes.
Red berries hanging on the Holly
Alive with color and bursting into the
Poinsettia flowers in its chilled loveliness
Upon my heart its beauty, it so
A new year and with it, it brings
new hopes and beautiful dreams.
Copyright © Sharon Gulley | Year Posted 2016
Retook a relationship,
With an old friend, chip.
Bought lots of new clothes,
There weren’t any woes.
Became a vegetarian,
Not an authoritarian.
Got back to YouTube,
More of the mind cube.
Wrote evolution essay,
Not creationism heavy.
Wrote about my brother,
Who was often my other.
Contacted a technology OT,
I’m not special blatantly.
Downloaded a course,
Won’t become hoarse.
Wrote lots of poetry,
Not ashamed, openly.
Copyright © Rhoda Monihan | Year Posted 2016
The first month of the year is like a thrilling new bond
It’s as if someone has waved a magic wand
Seeking new dreams, desires and goals
January seduces like two yearning souls
Vigilant and eager, while daring to do what hasn’t been done
Just like the early stages in a relationship, this month seems to be all fun
Suddenly you’re inspired, motivated and alive
Throughout each new day you discover your vivacious drive
But just like any fast pace fling
By the end of 31 days most lose their zing
Reality sets in and you become more aware
You question if in the next 334 days you will still be committed and care.
BY: sabina nicole
Copyright © Sabina Nicole | Year Posted 2011
Just Looked Outside
By Franklin Price
Just looked outside what do you know
I think I see some flakes of snow
In the window they appear
It is the first snow of the year
Tiny flakes they're almost rain
Don't know if they will remain
On the ground to make it white
We'll know much more before the night
I like to see snow on the ground
An inch to six could fall around
Would bring a smile upon my face
Don't want two feet on this small place
Copyright © Franklin Price | Year Posted 2016