Themes :

Poems with the theme of Summer

  Akhmatova, Anna Why then do we not despair?
  Akhmatova, Anna Everything is plundered, betrayed, sold
  Ammons, A. R. Identity
  Basho, Matsuo Summer grasses
  Berry, Wendell Sabbaths 1998, VI
  Carpenter, Edward The sun shines, as of old
  Cavafy, Constantine P. Ithaca
  Chikako, Jusammi On this summer night
  Coleridge, Samuel Taylor The Presence of Love
  Dickinson, Emily I taste a liquor never brewed
  Dickinson, Emily There came a Day at Summer's full
  Dickinson, Emily There is a Zone whose even Years
  Granger, Ivan M. Adi Atman 9: you you
  Khayyam, Omar [8] And look -- a thousand Blossoms with the Day
  Khayyam, Omar [22] And we, that now make merry in the Room
  Merton, Thomas The Sowing of Meanings
  Mipham Rinpoche, Sakyong Night in Kalapa
  Oliver, Mary Morning Poem
  Pope, Alexander Solitude: An Ode
  Roethke, Theodore In a Dark Time
  Rosenstock, Gabriel (14) Your summer (from Year of the Goddess)
  Stevens, Wallace The house was quiet and the world was calm
  Taliesin Primary Chief Bard
  Teasdale, Sara Two Songs for Solitude
  Tennyson, Alfred If thou would'st hear the Nameless (from The Ancient Sage)
  Whitman, Walt [1] I celebrate myself, and sing myself (from Song of Myself)
  Whitman, Walt [5] I believe in you my soul, the other I am must not abase itself to you (from Song of Myself)
  Yeats, William Butler Sailing to Byzantium