Are you thinking about finding a birthday surprise for your friend or your loved ones in June? How about surprising them with creative and cool June birthday poems as birthday wishes? A birthday is an incredibly special occasion in someone’s life because it happens only once a year. Hence, if you plan to prepare something remarkable and different for them, they will truly remember and appreciate it for quite some time.
Sending someone birthday poems is one of the most amazing and coolest ways to wish them a joyful and unforgettable birthday. Imagine how cheerful and impressed they will be if they receive birthday cards filled with creative and cool poems for June birthdays. Not only does it feel personal, but the surprise factor combined with happiness are also key elements that will stay in their hearts for a very long time.
Sending someone birthday poems is one of the most amazing ways to wish them a happy and unforgettable birthday. So if what you’re looking for are creative and cool June birthday poems to send great and sentimental birthday greetings to someone you love and care about, below is our suggestion list for you to choose from. We hope your friend or beloved ones have a fantastic birthday.
1, April and June © Ilene Bauer
When our children were young
And I went back to work,
They were watched by a sitter named June,
Who was part of our lives
For a number of years
And with her, to this day, we commune.
Now my son has employed
To help out with his kids
Someone wonderful, April by name.
Just a fluke that their mothers
Both named them for months,
But their birthdays are also the same!
Since today is the date
Of that special event,
I wish both of them such a nice day
Filled with wishes and hopes
That they all will come true
And for April and June, they just May!
2, West Virginia’s Birthday – June 20th © L Milton Hankins
West Virginia, my beloved home state
East of the Mississippi
South of the Mason-Dixon Line
Thirty-Fifth State of the Union. *
Verdant fields and vast woodlands
Intersected by broad, rushing rivers,
Resplendent with towering mountains.
Gem of tourists and outdoor adventurers,
Individualism and independence prized,
In the heartland of the
Appalachian Mountain region.
3, June Birthday Greeting © Anonymous
Your birthday comes along
with bright and sunny days,
June is such a special month
in oh so many ways.
Here’s a birthday wish
for happy days to come,
and may your year be filled
with laughter, joy and fun.
4, If Not For June © Lawrence S. Pertillar
If not for June,
My memories of Winter in December…
With a wish to witness,
The freshness of Spring March would bring…
Would not still remain so vivid.
As if only yesterday visited.
If not for June.
If not for June,
My eyesight would not be teased…
By the freedom felt in Summer,
With hopes that linger of those things I could do,
Under clear skies showing bright Sun.
And seeing the fun shared by nearly everyone,
If not for June.
And if not for June I would not be able to reminisce,
From so many experiences I could pick.
June seems to be the month I can do this.
With a thankfulness I am still in the midst,
Of a year that appears to have just begun.
With so much left to offer before it is done.
And for me this happens only when June comes.
5, June 16th © Elizabeth Williamson
it’s my birthday tomorrow
the conclusion of another year
and the beginning of the final year
in my twenties
and all I can think of
are the things
I swore would be different
on June 16th
is always defined by hindsight
and the regret that comes with it
feeling thankful will come later
along with the contemplation
on fortune and privilege
I thought of every dream
abandoned to what-ifs
every friend let down
I should have left
I wouldn’t be
who I am today
year after year
I thought of every year
that wasted away
each one chewed up
and spit out
by those insecurities
I assumed would be
long gone by now
if I should just
get them a muzzle
6, Another Year © Joanna Fuchs
I’m wishing you another year
Of laughter, joy and fun,
Surprises, love and happiness,
And when your birthday’s done,
I hope you feel deep in your heart,
As your birthdays come and go,
How very much you mean to me,
More than you can know.
7, June 1st Birthday Poem © Keith D. Lankford
Abandoned, desolate, and unknowing,
suffering melancholy that’s cloying,
like Prophet Abraham in the desert,
denying false gods that lost souls regret.
Keith’s belief’s a mustard seed grown all true,
rising through weeds into the heavens blue,
feeding on nutrients from destruction
of what’s before the God’s introduction.
Keith, who once felt tears was his only fate,
bloomed into the Tree of Life to God sate
and all who follow his God blessed shade
from which all evil his spirit forbade.
Where Keith goes devout oompassions follows
for Keith’s the branch of love’s nesting swallows.
8, June 22 © Wanchanga
Why must you ignore me when you know it hurts.
Havent seen you in almost 3 years, do I not matter to you?
I would like to hate you, forget you, and blame everything on you.
So much pain and anger caused, it almost ruined my life.
Anger would be so much easier to handle than this pain I feel.
Pride makes me say it was I who pushed you away,
Yet we both know it was you who went away
Every birthday since then has been a reminder.
Oh daddy why cant you love me?
This year will be different, this year I will be different.
No longer will I beg, no longer will I plead.
There is someone else who will fill that need, but still…
in my mind I say goodbye,
Go daddy go before I change my mind!
9, June 16th © William Thomas Fearby
I met you at a friends party
We danced to our favourite tune
I met you on the roof terrace
Beneath the crescent moon
I held you in my arms and kissed you
The very first time we met
You held me so tightly
That wonderful feeling I will never forget
You looked sensational
In your blue low cut silk dress
Me in a shirt and jeans
I looked a bit of a mess
But you took me by the hand
On that moonlit night
We danced under the stars
Shining clear and bright
That night I knew I had found
The true love of my life
Six months later
You agreed to become my wife
We saved and planned
And bought things together
We planned our wedding for June
To catch the sunny weather
May came and went so quickly
In a mere blink of an eye
I came home early
And caught you with another guy
I couldn’t believe my eyes
When I opened the door
You were making love to him
On the living room floor
That night we talked for hours
Lots of tears were shed
I couldn’t get the scene
Of you and him out of my head
I wanted to forgive you
But I couldn’t forgive the deceit
So I packed all your clothes
And threw them into the street
I felt like my life was over
All my wedding plans were dead
As hard as I tried I couldn’t get
Your affair out of my head
So I hit the whisky bottle hard
Trying my hardest to forget
But you were on my mind constantly
I wished we had never met
It wasn’t long before my drinking
Lost me my home and my job
Living rough on the streets
With no income I went on the rob
Everyday was a constant struggle
To keep myself alive
Eating out of rubbish bins
Sleeping in shop doorways to survive
All the time this vision of you and him
Keeps filling my head
Making me drink myself into oblivion
Wishing that I was dead
I lost everything I ever had
Coming home early that fated day
It just shows you how easily
Your whole world gets taken away
I have lost all my dignity and my good life
And my beautiful girl and home
Now all I have left is a life on the streets
Sleeping in doorways alone
My life might just as well be over
I have lost all hope in my sorry life
Every June the sixteenth I remember
How I lost my life and my wife
10, A Birthday Acrostic © Anonymous
Happy wonderful birthday to
A great friend of one who’s
Planning to cheer you up and to
Put a smile on your face
Yemassee, Ima Cucumber and MariGoes
Are the culprits behind this
Wonderful contest idea
Even though you don’t know it
Someone is thinking of you
On your special day not just them but
Me, hoping that you have fun in
Every way possible today.
Before this poem ends
I want to say that
Right now and always
There are those that care so
Happy Birthday Sanity
Don’t be down and upset
And put a smile on your face
You always look better that way!
11, Happy Birthday To Me © Kelmwa
A fresh new birth has come again,
I still have got more in life to gain,
Memories of joy filled in my brain,
Been through downs ‘n’ mountain,
But I deserve happiness not pain.
It’s yet another birthday without a wife,
To lift me up to the heights of joyful life,
Sitting down while holding my penknife,
Always busy thinking about my afterlife,
With less time to spend on my social life.
Can’t believe that today is my birthday,
I have set date nineteen as my holiday,
Feels like a weekend but its a weekday,
Maybe because a star sparkled today,
Being born in the month of June not May.
12, God Says Yes To Me © Kaylin Haught
I asked God if it was ok to be melodramatic
and she said yes
I asked her if it was okay to be short
and she said sure it is
I asked her if I could wear nail polish
or not wear nail polish
and she said honey
she calls me that sometimes
she said you can do just exactly
what you want to
Thanks God I said
And is it even okay if I don’t paragraph
Sweetcakes God said
who knows where she picked that up
what I’m telling you is
Yes Yes Yes
13, 93 Percent Stardust © Nikita Gill
We have calcium in our bones,
Iron in our veins,
carbon in our souls,
and nitrogen in our brains,
93 percent stardust,
with souls made of flames,
we are all just stars
that have people names
14, Bernard’s Birthday © Randy Johnson
You were a talented British actor but sadly, not anymore.
If you hadn’t died, today you would’ve turned ninety-four.
You starred in an episode of “Fawlty Towers” and “Dalziel and Pascoe”.
Forty-four years ago, you starred in “The Adventures Of Picasso”.
You starred in an episode of “Last Of The Summer Wine”.
You starred in an episode of “Mogul” and “Space: 1999”.
You starred in a short lived British sitcom titled “Cuffy”.
After living a long life, you died at the age of ninety-three.
When you starred in Fawlty Towers, you beat up John Cleese.
Today would have been your birthday, may you Rest In Peace.
15, Birthday Tears © Vanessa Marie
staring at the sidewalk the night of my birthday
i show up at your door
here for your roommate says my mouth
my tears say that i want more
its his bed i sleep in
dreaming of your lips on my skin
last summer car parked at the drive in
i was a sucker for your devil grin
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