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Sonnet January Poems | Sonnet Poems About January

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Hello, January

Hello, January, what a zinger
of a storm you brought with you this year, Friend!
Why can’t you just let December linger?
You know I hate vacation time to end!

I know you think you’re such a special guy,
with people counting down the seconds till
you have arrived and shooting up the sky
with fireworks, but from there, it’s all downhill!!

All those people making resolutions!
You’ve wiped the slate? All things will be like new?
To me, it seems you offer mere illusions,
and yet I keep believing in you too!

I’m begging you, don’t let this year go wrong,
and please get ALL the months to play along!!

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2014

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New Year


At midnight, he'll propose a toast
and raise to them a fluted glass
as they gaze, muted, at their host.

Though in his eye may sting a tear,
he knows theirs will stay dry, en masse,
as they ring in the coming year.

That he alone bears witness to
this cheerless savoir-fair, is clear
but he's forgot (or never knew)

such camaraderie, at most,
is retrospect to spirits here,
where every guest is but a ghost...

At midnight, he'll propose a toast
that he alone bears witness to...


Copyright © Lycia Harding | Year Posted 2015

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Uncle January

January's cousin Fall left in a fit
For January brought her friend, Wind howling long
Denuded the trees of all their gowns knit
Now her great Aunt Spring feels no way strong

Great Aunt Spring has gone underground safely
Hidden from January's cold icy tricks
Underground or faraway supersafely
Waiting for Spring's return with corner tricks

Spring has a way to drive cold January
Far away up to Canada's great north
Where January cold winter wind that's airy
Really belongs, yeah Spring come forth

Birds and animals with heavy coats sing
With January but rejoice when enters spring

(Had started this one for a contest)

Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2012

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Cold, Cold Winter

Cold, cold winter, you wield misery like a knife! No magic wand to be waved 
To make you finally fade into oblivion. You leave me suddenly hankering 
For the halcyon days of Summer. There isn't an ounce of warmth saved
Chilled to the bone, chilled frozen. Oh, this incessant shivering!

Nowadays I quiver in my slumber, and another Summer seems so far away 
Day by day you keep hovering in the air like a flickering hummingbird
My feet are ice cold, freezing on this snow that covers my doorway
I've mercifully granted you second chances, frigid Winter; I decline your third

Break this curse of yours; the gust of wind you bring is terrible 
I wish for heavy rain to rid you, snow, your white hue is blinding
I'm beginning to wonder if this misery you've unleashed is curable
The rays of afternoon sun will soon come shining down, I'm hoping 

Meanwhile I yearn for Spring, in all its glory. It will arrive much sooner, I pray
Cold, cold winter, please, please, please...finally be on your way 

Date written: 01/27/2016
Date posted: 03/26/2016

Copyright © Edward Ibeh | Year Posted 2016

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Hopes and Dreams

My hopes are like the snowflakes that do fall, 
Onto the ground, so real, at times my woe, 
With disabilities that on others call,
To assist me over ice and rough paths:
Sometimes I cannot get around the snow, 
And my New Year’s resolutions me baths;
They’re just the same as snow, that I am sure, 
Because you’re challenged each day to have them; 
Neatly in your mind to recall, procure, 
Anytime you want, with ardour or flip, 
And you can whenever you like so hem, 
Your dreams and ambitions and if you tip 
Others, indifference will occur tall,
Because it’s yourself that you truly owe. 

Form: Cornish sonnet

Copyright © Rhoda Monihan | Year Posted 2015