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Summer Imagism Poems

These Summer Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Summer. These are the best examples of Imagism Summer poems written by international poets.


Lemonade by Piercing Words
Lemons freshly picked up 
Squashed and squeezed out,
Extracted juice....
Sugar sprinkled on top,
Stirring and turning all around,
Served with pieces of lemons on the side,
What a tasty...

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Categories: day, life,

Premium MemberWastrel Summer by Dale Gregory Cozart
The cloying sangria
of freesias
invades the screen.
Amber bees whine
in wastrel air
like breezeless fans.
My shirt 
is porcelain skin.
I dangle one metronome leg
off the arm
of a wicker chair
on...

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Categories: life, summer,



LATENT CHRISTMAS by Kim Rodrigues
Walking amidst latent Christmas —
path of pines
with diverse needles,
in the Summer-soaked sun.
A chipmunk nestled in its soft branch
— the chosen one.

5/15/2018
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Categories: animal, summer, tree,

Premium MemberHAPPENING 15 ear candy by Brian Strand
presto
spinning
       twirling
down
      this
          staircase
 ...

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Categories: music, summer,

insatiable thirst by matthew harris
while luxuriating in the boughs aching
to imbibe solar raiment golden this summer like
february twenty first two thousand and eighteen
when old man took a mandatory brake

from...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Miss Hunter's Tree by Richard Evans
branches and leaves catch ultra violet rays
you can almost taste the cool summer shade
little hands and feet are there most of the day
marbles jacks and...

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Categories: imagery, nature, poetry,

You're My Nature by Baltazar Rodriguez
You're My Nature

On all the things that caught my eyes
You're the perfect paragon of Paradise
When I think of a place that grows the seeds of...

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Categories: beauty, desire, environment, motivation,

Premium MemberFACING MOTHER NATURE by Michael E. Harris
SPRING FLOWERS
SUMMER SHOWERS
AUTUMN BREEZE
FALLING LEAVES
WINTER HERE
WINTER THERE
ALWAYS WINTER
ON EARTH SOMEWHERE
HURRICANES ROCK
TORNADO'S BLOW
VOLCANO'S ERUPT
LAVA FLOWS
EARTHQUAKES RUMBLE
LIKE THUNDER STORMS
FOR MOTHER NATURE
IT'S THE NORM
ROGUE WAVE
SUDDEN TSUNAMI
BEFORE I SEE...

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Categories: autumn, endurance, imagery, nature,

Premium MemberWhite Rainbows by Dale Gregory Cozart
Sprinklers arc
white rainbows
over emerald grass
The jets 
burst
in nimbus shadows
geysering 
a shimmer 
of translucent flurries
under opal rays
Pools
of periwinkle ripple
and fountains
of lavender
sway
in a porcelain mist


10th Place
Summer Solstice...

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Categories: color, garden, imagery,

Premium MemberDrenched by Wayne Kingston
      
      electrified fan

           ...

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Categories: summer,

Premium MemberLazy Afternoon by Dale Gregory Cozart
Dozing
on a cream-colored comforter
I care not
for a cacophony
of color
cloistered
near my ear
but vague vestiges
of vanilla whispers
melting
in an ivory bowl


1st Place
Mid Summer Standard Contest
Sponsor:  Brian Strand
7/19/17...

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Categories: day, sleep,

Premium MemberCalifornia Summer by Dale Gregory Cozart
Strawberry faces freckle
in morning sun
Noses tickle
with the cold wet kisses
of orange mist
The aubergine
of plums drips
from chins
under a feather sky
Garnet grapes cobblestone
old roads
where tractors snore
as celery...

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Categories: fruit, imagery, summer,

Premium MemberBlood and Coral by Dale Gregory Cozart
Dusk seeps lapis
The horizon looms
in blood and coral
Crows emerge
from peacock plumes
shrieking
caws of darkness
wings flap
their incessant
onyx
Talon wounds
of starlight 
multiply 
and meld
into the coming day
the cover 
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Categories: day, morning,

Premium MemberPillar of Salt by Dale Gregory Cozart
Once on Cecil Place
fledgling flagstones freckled
like summer faces
in Septembers of taut cypress.
Now neglected planters are urns
for my young ashes,
crypts gaping silent screams.
Blistered doors do not...

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Categories: memory, time,

Premium MemberTin Fields by Dale Gregory Cozart
It's rained 
for two weeks
Sky and streets 
are shades of steel
Aluminum tulips erupt 
on asphalt lawns
echoing pewter leaves
Graphite blades 
burst through sidewalks
having grown impatient
in seeds
sought...

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Categories: nature, rain, weather,

Premium MemberA Resplendence of Sunflowers by Dale Gregory Cozart
As brief as summer
you swept
across my heart's desert
like a Santa Ana wind's hot kiss.
Now the eastern passes
are still and gray 
as virgin rocks
unto a land
whispering...

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Categories: love, romance, seasons, summer,

Premium MemberDead Voices of Summer by Dale Gregory Cozart
Drought.
Another cold, dry Autumn.
Like farm workers
exhausted rain clouds 
lay down their burden.
The dead voices of summer 
sing spirituals,
the water streaming
from the eaves 
like harp strings.
Were...

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Categories: nature, rain, weather,

Seasonal Death by John Bertin
through a mud stained field
and thickets galore
mountaintops blue in the haze
walked through hayfield stubble
with a damp, faithful dog

I am anticipating Halloween
but thoughts dissolve quickly
in fields...

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Categories: mountains, nature, october, seasons,

Summer solstice gone by Gary Onderisin
The dying inside:

Myopic windows;

daylight fading

on a glass table top;

dead flies milling,

unaware....

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Categories: life, metaphor, nature, philosophy,

Like the Buddha himself by Gary Onderisin
This weather-worn stone statue of him:

Cross-legged under a tree, surrounded by

Flowers in the garden;

The expression on his face fixed inwardly, Knowing, placid,

Be it Spring, Summer,...

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Categories: image, philosophy, religion,