Presenting . . . Month Poems (All modeled after “September” by John Updike)

June

By A.V.

The breezes taste of tanning oil

The sun is blazing as I’m to boil

Popsicles and sand, just want the sun

We’re going to have a lot of fun

Cool water and the breeze

This summer is gonna be at ease

Hanging with friends

These shades need lenses

Just time to lurk

Gonna change this network

No time for school

Ignoring all the rules

Now I’m heading to the pier

Summer is finally here.

December

 

By M.S.

The warm air of

The Christmas sweets.

The timer dings.

The crunchy treats–

Quiet snow,

Crackling fire light,

Church bells ring,

What a cozy night!

Family time,

Chrildren whisper,

Yearning Santa,

Come quick, Mister!

Roasting turkey,

So take a seat,

And load your plate.

It’s time to eat!

 

July

By L.T.S.

The breezes taste

Of sea-salt air.

The ground is drenched

From wet feet bare.

The rain falls down and

Thunder claps.

While the girls sunbathe,

Boys swim laps.

Cold treats, warm air

The sun goes down

Fireworks burst

Deafening sound

The grass is green,

The bugs come out,

And life is great

There is no doubt.

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