Summer Writing Poems

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


Premium MemberWhat Hemingway Saw And Felt That Summer by Robert Lindley
What Hemingway Saw And Felt That Summer

floor, rat eaten shoe
fisherman and lake in tune
dawn, eggs and bacon

Robert J. Lindley, 4-04-2018
Haiku, ( Life, Living and Time)...

Read More
Details | Haiku | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, art, dedication, destiny, freedom,

Winter Blues by Sneha RV The Literature Lover

A meter off the ground - it was chilling to the bone
  and they say high up the degrees drop 

In a metal bird...

Read More
Details | Free verse | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, home, time, travel, winter,



Premium MemberOUR HOME by Judy Emery
OUR HOME

Our old  home of love 
Now lay in the landscape of gray
where it seems to always rain 
It was a cold an very...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, betrayal, conflict, divorce, emotions,

Premium MemberSuddenly by Judy Emery
Suddenly 

Passionless bodies with pointless little limbs 
Of love could be the flaunt of what lips could 
Feel like once they have been kissed 
Your...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, angel, betrayal, dream, fantasy,

Premium MemberBirds Fly On High by Judy Emery
Birds fly on high
deep into the sky
like they are so proud and free
the way love should be
Rain sends gentle mist 
where hearts skips a beat
where...

Read More
Details | Light Verse | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, adventure, animal, bird, life,

Premium MemberTRANSIENT by Judy Emery
TRANSIENT

This is how you demonstrate your love
you just stand there given dirty looks
you must think you got me hooked
You must had forgotten 
I remember how...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angel, dream, voice, writing,

Premium MemberRAGGEDY TUNES by Judy Emery
RAGGEDY TUNES
 
In the middle of a stormy night 
I hear the raggedy tunes 
of abandonment in panicked struggle
while the autumn wind blows on in
with...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, abuse, angel, betrayal, cry,

Premium MemberFALLEN Of LEAVES by Judy Emery
FALLEN Of  LEAVES

Fallen leaves is where love 
has fallen into a deep sleep
where I grown to weep
flowers are weathering away
from brighter day's
the night is...

Read More
Details | Light Verse | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, autumn, death, emotions, sad

'The Grandstand' by jamie brolin
'The Grandstand'

The years have taken their toll; on the house, crumbled down	
Weatherin’ nor-easter’s heave, and hoar-frost, stricken ground;		
Good men mustered at once, as Countrymen loyal,				
Mason...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, analogy, childhood, high school,

Life Brings About Many Changes by Philip Scheidel
I’m quite slow and not really the fastest runner,
But I get to where I’m going just the same.
I take my time, patiently awaiting the heat...

Read More
Details | Rhyme | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing,

Kymber Loreleiada - part 1 by Philip Scheidel
This is to my daughter, who has yet to be conceived.
I will love you as I have never loved another.
I make this promise now, from...

Read More
Details | Rhyme | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing,

Here's To Friendships by Philip Scheidel
As I sit here at the bar chatting with friends of old,
I make new ones that may someday become like the first.
Whether in the heat...

Read More
Details | Rhyme | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing,

Child's Play by Philip Scheidel
I get bored easily watching the other kids play.
I don’t know why recess, for me, is no longer fun.
Hopefully, we’ll learn something interesting today.
I get...

Read More
Details | Rhyme | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing,

Premium Member TWO DIFFERENT BRANCHES by Judy Emery
 TWO DIFFERENT BRANCHES 


Oh, evil ones, how you keep your hate 
coming my way making it hard for the light 
to shine on high...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, angel, betrayal, bible, devotion,

Premium MemberSHEEP LIKE COVERING by Judy Emery
SHEEP LIKE COVERING 

My emotions are running wild all over the place
Oh you are a disgrace
You call your self a holy man
and all your friends...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, abuse, angel, betrayal, cry,

A Cool Job by Philip Scheidel
I move along the coast, cooling people on the beach.
I give them a bit of relief on a hot summer day.
They have no idea how...

Read More
Details | Rhyme | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing,

Premium MemberTranslation of Eric Mottram's 28th Legal: Letter Jan 2, 1966 by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
Eric Mottram on the American literary and cultural scene during 1965-66 while he was the recipient of the American Learned Societies’ award for a year....

Read More
Details | Free verse | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, america, art, creation, culture,

Premium MemberBLACKBIRD by Judy Emery
BLACKBIRD

The summer is hot 
where the blackbird feeds
finding buds, worms, frute  
then suddenly opens her wings
to fly on high in that summer heated sky.

Poetic...

Read More
Details | Limerick | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bird, summer, writing,

Premium MemberIT WAS NEVER EASY FOR ME TO WRITE by Judy Emery
IT WAS NEVER EASY FOR ME TO WRITE


It was never easy for me to write
what I am feeling inside
not easy to state all the changes...

Read More
Details | Ballad | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing, betrayal, longing, love hurts,

Premium MemberSOUNDS OF BELLS by Judy Emery
From sunlight to dawn
from shadows of the sea
where the ancient wind calls me
I could see what I need
to help me breath 
is the Love of...

Read More
Details | Narrative | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: voice, writing,