91With further members of the set to be added as encountered, perhaps eventually some additional notes, here’s what I’ve got so far for my collection of poems that include a principal focus on, setting in, timing during, or metaphor based on the month of March —

  1. Abbate, Francesca — Unusually Warm March Day, Leading to Storms [Poetry Foundation]
  2. Berg, Carol — On the First Day of March Crows Begin To Search [qarrtsiluni]
  3. Coray, Anne — One March Animal’s Desire [Verse Daily]
  4. Harrison, Jeffrey — March First [Verse Daily] (As in, the date; not as in “March first, restate constitution later!”)
  5. Hirsch, Edward — Late March [Poetry Foundation]
  6. Holmes, Tom — March 22, 2000, at This Stone [Verse Daily]
  7. Juster, A. M. — March [Verse Daily]
  8. Lehman, David — March 6 [The Writer’s Almanac]
  9. Lehman, David — March 8 [The Writer’s Almanac]
  10. Lehman, David — March 23 [The Writer’s Almanac]
  11. Lehman, David — The Ides of March [The Atlantic]
  12. Lovecraft, H. P. — March [Everyday Poems]
  13. Madec, Mary — March [Verse Daily]
  14. Reese, Lizette Woodworth — Mid-March [Poetry Foundation]
  15. Spires, Elizabeth — Ocean City: Early March [Poetry Foundation]
  16. Stallings, A. E. — Nettles [Verse Daily]
  17. Stoddard, Elizabeth DrewMarch [Oldpoetry]
  18. Swinburne, Algernon Charles — March: An Ode [Poetry Foundation]
  19. Twiddy, Elizabeth — On a Cold Day in Late March, Near Easter [The Writer’s Almanac]

Other Month Sets at Verse Per Se

jan feb mar apr may jun jul aug sep oct nov dec

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