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Religious Summer Poems | Religious Poems About Summer

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Details | Free verse | |

Last Summer Saturday

Poorly heated coffee;
I can't seem to get it hot enough.
Tired eyes still rolling,
Film draped for dreaming.
This last Summer Saturday,
Might as well call it Fall.
The pumpkins out and jumping,
Future jack-o-lanterns for fun.
Gentle breeze cascades,
Every once in a while a poof.
Sunny sun still sunning;
Please don't ever go away.
Time to heat up the coffee;
My goodness this is good!
So open arms and lean back;
God is so, so good!

Copyright © Kevin C. Martin

Details | Free verse | |

Love Built By God Above

You are in my heart wherever I go;
You I will never let go.
You are with me always;
You I am always.
This is love.
Build by God above,
This is love.

Copyright © Kevin C. Martin

Details | Free verse | |

Spring summer

~ Where should I start this poetic trace? ~

Supple summer, season scene
Takes off coats and welcome warmth
And tranquil under soften sky.

Spring 'O' Spring precedence over summer...
Summer host long light evenings,
Carol patterns and seldom pit-a-pat.

Fertile season, holder of juicy jubilee
Easter burners' night, palm Sunday pedestrian...
And good Friday chorus.

March-to-October, love you so much.

~ Hope I am not missing out? ~ 


Dedicated to the lover of the above poetic summer season.

Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole

Details | Haiku | |

Summer Haiku II - Festivals

Natsu Matsuri
Dancing the bon odori
Ancestors recalled

Gion Matsuri
Sickness led to strong pleading
Give your thanks today

Tenjin Matsuri
At Osaka Tenmangu
Scholars are honored

Nebuta Matsuri
Two stars long to meet this night
Lanterns light the way

See Kanto Matsuri
Keeping balance takes much skill
Lift your lamps higher

Awa Odori
Freedom to dance as a fool
Join in song with crowd

Copyright © Michael Spangle