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October Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem October Morn Tom Wright Lyric boy, halloween, october,
The Trees Are Dancing Ingrid Lehman Free verse autumn, imagery, nature, october,
Smashing Pumpkins James Kelley Free verse october, brother, childhood, depression, halloween,
Premium Member Poem Autumn Afterglow Connie Marcum Wong Rhyme autumn, october, sky, tree,
Premium Member Poem The last Night of October Quoth TheRaven Free verse october, america, child, horror, magic,
The Midnight Bell Tolls Robert Belenzon Rhyme halloween, october, scary, surreal,
October Rose Johnson Blank verse october,
Premium Member Poem as evening seizes day John lawless Rhyme october,
Premium Member Poem October Rain John lawless Free verse autumn, october, rain,
Fall in the North Maren Merakhi Rhyme october, autumn, class, halloween, november,
Premium Member Poem Trick Or Treat Rich Rogers Rhyme halloween, horror, night, october,
Premium Member Poem HALLOWEEN NIGHT Line Gauthier Rhyme october, candy, celebration, children, dark,
Autumn Hannah Gigstad Lyric october, august, autumn, desire, love,
Spirits Rise On Halloween M. L. Kiser Haibun october, dark, halloween, holiday, horror,
PECO Philadelphia Electric Company matthew harris Free verse october, adventure, death, fate, goodbye,
This very month Vengadesan Victory I do not know? celebration, october,
Premium Member Poem Come Halloween Gregory Firlotte Free verse october, autumn, halloween, magic, myth,
Premium Member Poem IN THE WEE HOURS Line Gauthier Free verse autumn, morning, october, sun,
October Greig Turnbull Free verse october, autumn, dark, depression, mental
Reaper M. L. Kiser Senryu october, dark, death, heartbroken, horror,
Vampire Take heed of What You Sow M. L. Kiser Blank verse october, dark, gothic, halloween, horror,
Pumpkin Juice M. L. Kiser Epulaeryu october, appreciation, autumn, food, november,
Tricks And Treats M. L. Kiser Limerick october, candy, food, halloween, holiday,
Halloween Night M. L. Kiser Rhyme october, adventure, halloween, holiday, horror,
Premium Member Poem GOURD-GEOUS Kim Rodrigues Haiku october,
The Celebration Jean Bush Rhyme october, autumn, celebration, halloween, horror,
This Crazy NON RICH Caucasian Baby Boomer matthew harris Free verse october, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Another Halloween M. L. Kiser Imagism candy, halloween, night, october,
Premium Member Poem Hurricane Michael Mark Toney Haiku fear, natural disasters, october,
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Autumn Besma Riabi Dziri Rictameter october, appreciation, art, autumn, cheer
October Prayer Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble Free verse longing, lost, october, relationship,
Premium Member Poem SCARECROW TALKING IN AUTUMN Robert Trezise Jr. Free verse october, autumn, color, goodbye, imagery,
Rain on Dubuque Mike Bayles Verse october, seasons,
Halloween Treat M. L. Kiser Sijo october, appreciation, drink, food, halloween,
OCTOBER TO REMEMBER Ajeyemi Wasiu Ajewumi Free verse october, anxiety, appreciation, betrayal, depression,
Premium Member Poem Fright Night-Skeleton Crew Artsieladie Sharon Donnelly Rhyme fantasy, halloween, october, scary,
Premium Member Poem Spirits' Summons Artsieladie Sharon Donnelly Rhyme fantasy, halloween, humor, october,
The Haunted Farmhouse M. L. Kiser Prose dark, halloween, horror, october,
Premium Member Poem Three Halloween Guests Artsieladie Sharon Donnelly Rhyme fantasy, halloween, humorous, october,
Premium Member Poem Aesthetic Autumn Connie Marcum Wong Couplet autumn, beauty, color, october,
Premium Member Poem Fall Colors Christian Poetess Haiku autumn, nature, october, seasons,
October Michelle Faulkner Haiku appreciation, nature, october,
October Wind Wayne Wysocki Rhyme autumn, october, wind,
Premium Member Poem Hello October Sandra Haight Sonnet october,
Inspection Time 2018 matthew harris Free verse october, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Nutrition Symposia Neeru Bhatt Enclosed Rhyme october, care, dedication, food, health,
Premium Member Poem haiku 4PG Gregory R Barden Haiku october, autumn, color, metaphor, nature,
The Painting M. L. Kiser Cinqku autumn, image, october, seasons,
Raging Winds M. L. Kiser Haiku autumn, october, seasons, weather,
October 11, 2008 Kenneth Fordham I do not know? adventure, analogy, motivation, october,

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October Poems. Above are examples of poems about october. This list of october poems is composed of the works of modern international poet members of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of october poetry. This list of works about october is an excellent resource for examples on how to write october poems.

October Poem Example

Midnight Poet

Whisper's of October  

Whispers in this soup bowl
20 minutes after its muse explodes,
Daylight remains nothing more than a dream 
Warding off the howling sound in mid-September's stream
Casting a line about a ginger light,
  found in the depths of everything
Engaging from the sitting twilight, numb, tranquilized 
Exposing and expressing the emotions found within
An attic lost in the Ancient sky  ---awaits 

A poetic hand is formed ---reaching out
A hissing whisper out of the darkness, 
Listen-in,  the echoes of October are calling
A halo, that reconciles a mysterious monarch moon
A mono grip in which summons a mysterious voice
  of sweet serenity
Poets posting poems along the midnight page
Each poet can compose a poem and mimic free fallen verses,
One might  call it a creative craving curse,
Webmaster's whose words speak for themselves
They feel, and spills the will of idolized ink,
Blind-handed, splitting day from night

Warm whispers, needing no food to consume
Migraines of ink, feeding the soul
Burning Pages, overused pens
They've forgotten the pretty flowers
Living like lions, who never comes out of their dens
Murmuring and devouring, the enigmas of the unknown 
Eyes behind a sieve, close tighter than before, 
They hide nothing-
A world created from every sky-scrape the wall
Wanting to belong, a trick -or- treat*er in disguise 
No friends, everything is pretend
These poets can’t be described, can't be believed
They are the best in what they do
For all you know this poet might be me, 
This poet might be you


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