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Poem Details | by Roman Chebukin |
Categories: adventure, baby, baptism, beach, boyfriend, brother, cat, christian, computer-internet, confusion, dad, dance, flower, kids, forgiveness, january, life, lonely, loss, lost love, sports, success, suicide, teacher, teen, thank you, thanksgiving, tree, uplifting, wife, me, write, me, write,

Welcome 2013

Well we are already a couple of months in so i just wanted to say welcome. 
this will be a new journey for the both of us, so i hope it will be awesome. 
I will try to write more than usual this year, I promise. :)
What would help tho if you readers would send me topics and stuff to help me write about things cuz my mind goes way faster than my fingers and i cant think of just one thing. lol. so thank you readers. plz comment and tell me your thoughts.


Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: january, lonely, longing, lost, lost love, love,

January Blues

I fell out of bed at the start of this day
With a real bad case of January blues
My old car won't start, but that's okay
I got a brand new shiny pair of shoes

It's cold outside and in my heart
My baby left town on the five fifteen
I just don't know what drove us apart
I don't know why I've been feeling so mean

The gate won't close, and my dog ran away
I slipped and fell by the railroad track
I've had these January blues all day
I sure do hope that my baby comes back

Poem Details | by Juli- Michelle |
Categories: father daughter, growing up, january, love, me, time, me, time,

Smart

It's time for me to change
People repeat their pastimes
And make the same promise each year
But it's time for ME to change

For that I must arrange
My goals in a smarter way
They must always stay:
  Specific
  Measurable
  Attainable
  Realistic
  Tangible
In order for me to change 

Happy new year, I hear quite oft
It won't be happy until I make it so
My actions will determine the year
This time my efforts will show

Poem Details | by Adam Hapworth |
Categories: january, love,

January my dearest

Just thinking of you here tonight from afar
As every time were apart I realize 
Never will I be without you my sweet
Ultimately you're coursing through my mind
Always in my heart, with each beat
Rarely out of reach,  or view of your eyes
You'll always be with me no matter where we are


Poem Details | by Sebastian Aaron Baez |
Categories: lost love, repetition,

I know it's January

Burning embers
Turning December 
Everything is turning to ice
To cold to remember
Nice sunny reminders of summer
Sweaty lovers
Silk chilled feathers
And love letters
Lovers climbing ladders
Falling heart tumbling disasters
Hurt follows after burnt chapters
Remember what matters
Burning embers
Everything is turning December
Everything is turning to ice 
To cold to remember
Nice to forget those burning chapters
Turn disasters into loving reminders
Of things that matter
I cherish these love letters
I write with a silk chilled feather
Talk to you later
Lover

Poem Details | by Robin Lane |
Categories: forgiveness, friendship, imagination, lost love, love

Dream, January 2008

We were in a car,
you and me
and her,
crunched uncomfortably together,
three people tied
by passionate
veins of aching blood.
And my knees curled at my chest
in the middle of the backseat,
your face
and hers
in profile against
the windshield.
It wasn’t raining
though
perhaps that would have been
more poignant.
She didn’t speak
to me,
only gave me backwards looks
as if to say…
oh, I don’t know what she’d say
if she could say anything to me:
in the dream,
she spoke only to you.
And there I am,
sweating in the backseat,
tears piercing the corners of my eyes,
and I can’t say
anything.

Poem Details | by Dan Cwiak |
Categories: i miss you, love, moving on, romance,

JANUARY

J ust as I started to fall for you
A nother entered my life.
N o, I was not expecting it to happen there
U nder the Oak where we first met.
A nyone would have been taken aback
R eminiscences of our young love
Y et are you there...in her eyes.


   Born 1/8

Written: 8/9/15

Poem Details | by Jennifer Williams |
Categories: care, children, hate, love, marriage,

January 12, 2015

If love is fleeting
Then it's sleeting
You said you hate me
Now you date me.

You get me riled up,
When the bills are piled up.
I'm already stressed,
I can't deal with that mess.

You want to do things
Like people with rings,
But there's so much more
To marriage than that.

Marriage is love
And caring and sharing.
Marriage is much more than rings
It's dishes, laundry, bills & things.

The kids who rob
You of your sleep
Your key fob
They keep.

Poem Details | by Jennifer Williams |
Categories: dad, love,

January 26 2016 To Dad

To my dad:

I love you
I miss you
I want to 
Hug and kiss you.

I want you to know
How I love you so.
I miss you so much
I wish I could touch

Your work-hardened hands
That met all my demands.
I mqiss the sound of your bike
As you ride in, that I like.

I am afraid
That too much 
Time has passed by,
To just let this fly.

I miss your bedtime stories
You told me some nights
Right before you
Would cut out the lights.

Poem Details | by Renee Asbury |
Categories: lost love, love, time,

The time has Come January 11, 2003

 



Our time has come 
I guess this is the end of our forever 
I can remember us as kids 
a time when our love was real 
when it was strong 
when forever was meant to be filled with happiness 
Now look where we are today 
Never did I imagine our love would fail us 
I always thought it would keep us strong 
How we lie to our selves believing we can make it through this 
So I guess it has come to the point where we have to stop and just walk away 
all the pain I shall carry with me know this is it 

Poem Details | by Jennifer Williams |
Categories: depression, feelings, sad, sad love,

January 10, 2015

Sometimes I feel like
A caged animal longing to be free
Knowing if I flee
That he'll come after me.

My thoughts are not mine.
I belong to him
My ways I can't have,
He won't allow them.

One day I'll break free
From this misery
One day I'll be me
And totally free.

Someday I'll be back
To my former self.
Until then, she'll
Sit on a shelf.

Poem Details | by Gaye Hemsley |
Categories: care, celebration, friendship love, i love you, january, new year,

A New Year Wish

N     Now the year has ended

E     Every day has made its mark.

W   What shall be remembered as we ponder in the dark?


Y   Yesterday has gone, tomorrow is today.

E   Eliminate the negative as you travel on your way.

A   Accentuate the positive, it's not so hard to do.

R   Reach out and take a hand and whisper, 'I love you.'