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Short February poem by cherl dunn| Details | |

VALENTINES DAY

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY TO ALL MY FRIENDS ON POETRY SOUP,
MAY ALL YOUR ROMANTIC DREAMS COME TRUE ON THIS SPECIAL 
DAY OF LOVE, CHERI

Short February poem by Brooke Hogan | Details | |

Summer

Hair gets lighter,
Skin gets darker,
Water gets warmer,
Drinks get colder, 
Music gets louder,
Nights get longer,
Life gets better!

Short February poem by Warner Baxter| Details | |

bat flies sees nothing - haiku

~*~ ~~**~~ bat flies sees nothing from his nest eagle sees all the groundhog takes bets ~~**~~ ~*~

Short February poem by Anne Lise Andresen| Details | |

- Haiku X 46 -The Beauty of Spring -

 


   Born from soil SNOWDROPS
   ICY wind, frost in the ground
   An early SPRING signs 





   15.02.2015
   A-L Andresen :)

Short February poem by Dave Will| Details | |

Talk to me

Talk to me
of vineyards
pungent with 
basil and thyme,
of fireflies, 
shooting stars, 
and long hot
summer nights.
For winter
has gone on 
much too long.

Short February poem by Cynthia Jones| Details | |

As The Petals Fall -Prose-

As the petals fall from the dying rose, they softly float to the earth to be wrapped in winter's cold blanket... once again. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Feb.4/2005

Short February poem by Andrew Crisci| Details | |

FEBRUARY'S SNOWFALL

February
sends 
down
heavy
snow
trees
seem
old
men
with
beards
as
their
tears
freeze.
Snow 
hides
Nature's
landscapes,
no
birds
dares
to
fly,
but 
they 
stay
under
gutters
dreaming
like
me
of 
spring.

Short February poem by Kenna Johnson| Details | |

Lies and other faults

Yesterday, I lied. 

I faked a laugh and
g  r  o  a  n  e  d.

In fake satire, 
but that was a 
lie. 

I fake a lot of things:
-regret
-happiness
-completion
-sympathy

But darling (another lie), I did not feign affection.

Short February poem by Cynthia Jones| Details | |

Blowing Wind -Abbreviated Haiku-

Wind stops for a brief moment then strikes. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Feb.9/2013 We're in the middle of a blizzard. High winds and snow. We have snow drifts adding up, but not a lot of snow around the doors or driveway.

Short February poem by VALERIE BROOKLYN Rogers| Details | |

AQUARIUS I AM

Clearly I am I.  
Carrier of EARTHS  NECTAR.
CONSTELLATION AQUARIUS.
Truth turns a TRANSPARENT BLUE.
WATER BEARER  I AM.
AQUARIUS AM I.
HONESTLY NO SCHEMES ALLOWED
I  AM  I, CLEARLY I AM 
AQUARIUS I  TAKE  A SOLEMN BOW
AQUARIUS  TO  AQUARIUS
AMEN 
AGAIN
AMEN

Short February poem by Cynthia Jones| Details | |

Snowflakes Floating

Snowflakes floating from the sky twirling, then settling down, they're in a race with each other to see which one first, hits the ground. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Feb.13/2013 It's starting to snow and this is a little something, I just came up with.

Short February poem by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders| Details | |

February Funny Bone


In the month of February 'twas fate
We chose our special wedding date
        A love, I cannot explain
        Couldn’t wait to take his name
So why do I still hyphenate?       


By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders, January 30, 2012
for Linda-Marie's February Funny Bone contest

First place finish

Short February poem by Sharon Gulley| Details | |

My Valentine

I lovingly waited for my Valentine
just to find out, he wasn't mine.

My emotions poured out and my 
tears were scattered, as they fell
to the floor, and shattered.

What a fool I must have seemed
to have fallen prank to Cupid's
day dreams.

Your wink of a eye or tender brush
by, didn't mean you were to be my
Valentine.

Short February poem by Mariam Traore| Details | |

Happy Valentines Day

Roses are red
Violets are blue
Happy Valentines day to all of you
Enjoy all those chocolates,
and share a moment with your loved ones,
Be happy, share that laughter
Share those chocolates, when time comes around
Say I love you to friends,
and family
But most importantly that mate that adores you
Happy Valentines Day once more
Enjoy it this year we have plenty more. <3

Short February poem by Cynthia Jones| Details | |

Candle Without The Flame

My heart held a candle thought I'd love you til the end, the flame burned itself out never to be lit again. At one time, long ago I'd walk a thousand miles for you, but now I don't feel the same my soul is hurt and blue. My heart cries rivers through all this pain, the flame burned itself out never to be lit again. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Feb.21/2005

Short February poem by Emenaha Godwin| Details | |

14th February, It's My Birthday

The mind cannot grasp its beauty's
even though it count the colour's
just like rainbows _ pretty's
the heart accepts its glamour's


your heart accepts its glamour's
till the sky falls from the heavens
a conundrum so candour
with tears from the eyes of a raven


adding radiance to life's breath
saying goodbye to hurt and lust
love that is stronger than death
calls us back _ when we're lost.

Short February poem by Emenaha Godwin| Details | |

Air I Breathe


Above the deep blue clouds, i
overhear you hauling like the east wind
kissing all over my neck, where i
lay, so beautiful as the butterfly wing

which I cannot catch
 only to feel the lifelong soothe
you offer before the sun hatch
and discomfort me in my suit

ample _ sweats falls like tears
from the rain down to my ring
you never stop flirting with my ears
times you come by and sing.


Short February poem by Kimberly Shaw| Details | |

Petal Whispers

Every petal says "I love you"
in vibrant sunset orange
Some whisper "I adore you"
as each is plucked and torn

A hundred loving sonnets
Each petal pens amour
Dew drops drip with sentiment
Fragrant with ardor

The heart of every blossom
bursts with love divine
Poetic beats of passion
Each color a new rhyme

Blessed be such youthful zeal
Sweet bouquets a must,
Roses are the fleur du jour
while others gather dust.


Short February poem by Richard J. Long| Details | |

Frozen Fingers

Frozen fingers reaching down
Silvery tips pointed toward the ground

No matter it long or short
Breath of air determines its unjointed contort

Grabbing the Sun’s light of day
Glowing and gleaming with each flickering ray

More than five fingers on its icy hand
The reach of each extended by cold wet sand

Tapping sound of drip, drip, drip
Wiggling goodbye, while releasing a tired grip


By: Richard J. Long 
February 2014

Short February poem by Kim Robin Edwards| Details | |

The Winter Olympics

Though the snow came down.
As the pond was frozen.
Our skis were waxed.
As our feet were clothin'.
The crowd showed up.
To win the gold.
But the silver shined on.
As the bronze took hold.
A metal of honor.
We wear at our neck.
Ski-board in hand.
So what the heck.
The torch burns bright.
As it travels its distance.
Lighting our skies.
For The Winter Olympics..

Winter Sports Poem by Kim Robin Edwards
Copyright 2006,2014.All Rights Reserved.

Short February poem by Ryan Ellrich| Details | |

Winter Poem

People may hate the season,
But for me it has the exact opposite effect,
And they gave some very good reasons,
But no reasons good enough that I can detect.

The cold frozen flakes,
Falling from the ice blue sky,
Freezing your body till it aches,
But for me on its coldness I rely.

The frozen tundra stretches on for miles,
Shovels scrape and cut the frosty ice,
The snow lays around me in heaps in piles,
But I think winter is just well, nice. 


Short February poem by randy johnson| Details | |

Farewell Fred

(DEDICATED TO FRED ROGERS WHO DIED FEBRUARY 27, 2003.)

I used to watch your show when I was a kid.
You made many children happy because of what you did.
It was tragic when you died in February of 2003.
You were a great performer and I'm sure that everybody agrees.
You died not long after you retired.
You were special and you were admired.
It was a very sad day when your life came to an end.
Children all over the world considered you to be their friend.

Short February poem by VALERIE BROOKLYN Rogers| Details | |

RENDEZVOUS

R eciprocating LOVE in a secret escapade
E nding all CAUTIOUS behavior
N eeding the amorous touch of your lover's hand
D angerously close to being detected heart to heart
E ven in a tormented embrace, do not depart
Z enith of two LOVERS
V ivaciously drinking in each other's presence at Valentine's day
O ptimal BRAND NEW LOVE affair, true secrets never tell
U nbelievable emotions alarmingly charming
S oliciting some strange sentiments and experiencing deja vu

Short February poem by Cynthia Jones| Details | |

A Valentine's Day Message

A box of chocolates you won't need, a dozen long stem red roses will die, after a week. All you need is friendship to see you through, hugs a plenty and maybe a few kisses too. Candied cinnamon hearts may taste good, but a friendship lasts forever and though, it should. A Valentine's Day cake will last only, but a day, you can count on friendships they don't make you gain weight. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Feb.14/2006

Short February poem by Chaim Wilson| Details | |

Ice Cold Out

Touching  any metal un-gloved,
Turns skin to tin, fingers on fire,
Breathing inside what’s above,
Kindles lungs to a stinging pyre.
Exhaled steam is white as a dove.
Some find refuge wearing eider attire,
But hours exposure ends the tropical cove.
After a while the icy novelty tires,
As keeping calm means the need to move.
Snowmen dread mercury higher,
For melting’s their fateful groove.
Winter’s funeral march has its criers,
But in shivering’s end there is no lost love.

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