Are you struggling with finding the most fitting and interesting birthday greetings for your friend’s or any of your loved ones’ birthdays in January? Do you want to wish them a happy birthday in the best way possible? Look no further as we have picked out for you some caring and meaningful January birthday poems.
A person’s birthday is particularly special as it only happens once every year. It’s a great occasion to celebrate and gather with your favorite people, open gifts and receive loving birthday wishes. And if you’re having one of your favorite people’s birthdays come up in January, make sure to take this opportunity to wish them a happy birthday for your long and invaluable relationship together. As we understand how difficult it is sometimes for you to pick birthday greetings for someone, especially someone you love and care for a great deal, we suggest a handwritten birthday card filled with caring and meaningful poems for January birthdays will do just right.
We have one nice purpose, which is to compile a bunch of amazing birthday wishes that are the best fit for your friend or loved one’s interests and have the best creativity to impress them. So in that regard, below is a collection of 15 caring and meaningful January birthday poems carefully selected for you.
1, It’s My Birthday © Athenkosi Dyosi
It’s early in the Morning and
it’s raining everyone are
indoors, streets are empty
the rain it’s playing it’s part.
Me I am standing at the window
watching the rain while it
pours down. I am singing
myself a happy birthday
because it is my birthday,
tears are dropping down
from my eyes like the rain
that is pouring down.
No one remembered that
it’s my birthday. No one cared
because I am a no body.
I am just an old newspaper
that is forgotten. It’s my
birthday I sing to myself,
thinking should I wake up
tomorrow or not? because
no one will remember me.
Even if I do not wake up
2, Live Long Dear © Jane Mbemb
Welcome my dear,
this is our way out,
we travel to our destination,
you need to be patient,
do not give up we are near,
the age you reach now,
put it to be amazing age,
happy reborn day,
it means your actions,
will make something great,
and the happiness will spread.
am not a poet but am trying
3, Happy Birthday Dad © Ellen Nall Lineberry
Before I even write this,
I do it with a wink and kiss.
I ‘m asking for writ poem for my dad,
His birthday is tomorrow and somewhat sad.
So I’m not really asking anyone to write,
For or about my dad, Mr. Bright.
Eighty seven years old,
A man big and bold.
Lord willing I will be there,
As I was last to show I care.
4, Mahatma Gandhi © Mary Lynn Luiz
On October 2nd, 1869,
to Karamchand and Putlibai Gandhi,
a baby was born. Porbandar, India,
the country and the world, was to be reborn!
He studied hard and long at his mother’s feet,
His religious spirit became a force within him.
It would see him through! His education to complete!
Studying The Vedas, the Quran, and the Bible to win!
A life of simplicity, austerity, fasting, and celibacy,
meditation and vegetarianism were the lifestyles he chose!
Blessed by his Mother, At age 18, to London, he went!
He sought to be a lawyer, he thought, an education he got!
A lawyer, a politician, an activist, a civil resistance leader,
a nonviolent reformer, a writer, a true peace seeker!
A visionary, a community leader, an Indian nationalist,
an inspirer, a theorist, a pious and humble human being!
Looking at Mahatma Gandhi who do I see,
“A Gentle Giant” representing all of humanity!
A man of peace, compassion, and humility,
who wanted all men to be equal and free!
None should have to suffer abuse needlessly,
Why can’t people get along and live peacefully?
he fought tirelessly against, Prejudices and animosity
based on sex, race, cast, or choice of religiosity!
Rejecting, policies that infringed on civil liberties!
From Ahmedabad to Dandi, you could hear his cry
For the Indian people to unite! Chanting “Do or Die”
bleeding and dying, if need be to end anarchy, non -violently!
Thousands of Indians, men, and women, by his side, at the age of 73,
he marched 242 miles to Dandi by the sea to make salt, seeking unity and liberty,
which ultimately led to victory! Some died, some were beaten!
60,000 arrested, imprisoned for their actions! Including Gandhi!
A man with an indomitable will! A man whose thoughts, what he said,
and what he did were in harmony! He never lost faith in humanity!
In a gentle way, He shook the world! True Patriot! Father of India!
A Hero and More! That was Mahatma Gandhi!
5, The Months © Sara Coleridge
January brings the snow,
makes our feet and fingers glow.
February brings the rain,
Thaws the frozen lake again.
March brings breezes loud and shrill,
stirs the dancing daffodil.
April brings the primrose sweet,
Scatters daises at our feet.
May brings flocks of pretty lambs,
Skipping by their fleecy damns.
June brings tulips, lilies, roses,
Fills the children’s hand with posies.
Hot july brings cooling showers,
Apricots and gillyflowers.
August brings the sheaves of corn,
Then the harvest home is borne.
Warm september brings the fruit,
Sportsmen then begin to shoot.
Fresh October brings the pheasents,
Then to gather nuts is pleasent.
Dull November brings the blast,
Then the leaves are whirling fast.
Chill December brings the sleet,
Blazing fire, and Christmas treat.
6, Happy Birthday Hon © John Wright
I know this is not a card
that I bought at the store
but I can never find
the right words on their lines
that says what is in my,
heart, soul and mind
when your Birthday arrives
so, I wrote this poem for you
The biggest gift I could
not find at the store and
with Christmas right next door
I know you will receive presents galore
so instead I open up my heart and soul
to things that together with you
has made our life much richer
then store bought gold could do
like the way you always make our house
into a home
I love to see that over all these years together
that your eyes still twinkle and shine
I love the way we are still
each other’s valentine
I love you deeper than the ocean
wider than the sky and
the way you kiss me
with each hello and goodbye
I love the way we have made
it through all kinds of weather together
I could not have made it though
I think God knew that it
was always meant to be
me and you
I love the way our two-family tree roots
have run together from natures nest and in
living water that flows in a sea and stream
that binds the tides in us as a one family
I love that you and I
enjoy all the simple things in life
Happy Birthday to you my loving wife
thank you for being my sailing mate in life
7, Birthday Lights © Calef Brown
Light bulbs on a birthday cake.
What a difference that would make!
Plug it in and make a wish,
then relax and flip a switch!
No more smoke
or waxy mess
to bother any birthday guests.
But Grampa says, “it’s not the same!
Where’s the magic?
Where’s the flame?
To get your wish without a doubt,
You need to blow some candles out!”
8, First Birthday © Brad Leithauser
You have your one word, which fills you to brimming.
It’s what’s first to be done on waking,
Often the last at day-dimming:
Lunge out an arm fiercely,
As though your heart were breaking,
Stab a finger at some stray illumination—
Lamp, mirror, distant dinner candle-
And make your piercing identification,
“ight! ‘ight! ‘ight!”
Littlest digit, you’ve got the world by the handle.
Things must open for you, you take on height,
Your sole sound in time reveal itself
As might, too, and flight. And fright.
Some will be gone. But you will come right.
9, Tenth Birthday © Marjorie Knapp
She woke before the sun. She heard the still
Small sounds which whisper when the night is gone.
Though all the curtains of her room were drawn,
She saw the gray light creep across the sill.
This was her day. How would it help fulfil
Her destiny? She looked out at the dawn
Stepping across the velvet of the lawn,
She saw the purple of a distant hill.
In cloak and slippers, she glided through the halls
Softly she would disturb none still asleep-
Then looked through maple branches to the sky;
Her small heart beating against its delicate walls,
The marvel of ten years too much to keep.
“What is this lovely world, and who am I?”
10, The Birthday Present © Ethel Mendoza Agbay
When I heard your first cry,
My joy was immeasurable.
I then thanked God
You’ve been my greatest treasure.
I carried you in my arms
Crooned you to sleep.
I was so vigilant
My words and acts of love, in your heart to keep.
When you went to your first school
I was there at the door.
Peeping if everything was fine
In life, I wanted you to learn more.
Years passed by
Your world’s become wider
Accompanied by circles of friends
Then one day, you found your lover.
You’ve got your own decisions
Mine here is merely to guide
But how can I always be there for you
When some secrets you learned to hide.
I just wish I could have been
Still your best friend, confidant and mentor
In good and the bad times
I’d run quick as your savior.
As I look forward to my birthday
The time just like I heard your first cry,
Anticipating your loveliest present for me
That makes me the happiest, not sigh!
You broke your silence
In the middle of the night
You told me your struggles
But I’m with you not to fight.
Your birthday present for me
I couldn’t comprehend
You made me cry
Who you are today is where your future may depend.
You’d caught me unaware
Your present made me cry.
I never knew how to react
At the spur of the moment, I wish it was a lie.
You’ve become a mother
So young and lovely.
That brought me too much pain
Though I accepted your deepest apology.
What can I rather do
With all you’ve done in life?
What and where did I lack?
Was I insensitive to your strife?
Questions bombard my mind
Everything pierces my soul.
I must not leave you broken
I’m here to make you whole.
This sad news you gave to me
I accept it wholeheartedly.
You are my daughter so loved and free
That life you bear is God’s gift to thee.
Who am I to judge?
What you’ve done is wrong.
I love you my daughter
Still in my heart, you belong!
May this be a great lesson
A lot in life to face.
Be conscientious in all you do
Live each day at your best in all your ways.
11, January’s Child Of Mine © Patricia L. Cisco
January’s child of mine,
sweet miracle of God’s design.
Oh, how I can recall the night.
Snow was drifting soft and white.
Then as if a dream came true,
my life was graced with loving you,
my January boy in blue.
Perfect, unique, one of a kind,
masterpiece of the Divine,
January’s child of mine.
Into a man from child you grew,
strong and loyal, tried and true.
So special you are; God only knew.
Heaven needed an angel; that angel was you.
January’s child of mine,
your life, so precious, God’s design.
To Heaven I’m sending my love and a kiss,
I’m lighting a candle and making a wish
that I’ll be joined in God’s good time
to January’s child of mine.
12, My Birthday © Daniella Sappy
Lovely parents of mine I adore you,
Since the day you made me arrive to the finity earth,
Be blessed than the blessings that Almighty offers you,
Its my birthday be happy for no matter how I seems to be troublesome,
But still you raised me up without any curious silly people towards my lovely age now,
13, Jan Happy Birthday © Anonymous
Every year that comes and goes
Brings its flowers and its snows;
With each birthday, every year,
I celebrate you, for it’s so clear
You’re really special; you’re the peak,
One of a kind, you are unique.
Happy Birthday; may your day
Be blessed, like you, in every way.
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