This is a poem extract from 'The Months ' by Christina Rossetti.
'January cold desolate
February dripping wet
In rough October
Earth must disrobe her
Stars fall and shoot
In keen November '
Although I can guess its general meaning, I'd like its more specific one. Thanks.
It's a poem. I don't think there is any "specific meaning" necessarily.
She seems to be talking about the weather, mostly. I don't know why November would be associated with shooting stars.
The disrobing in October refers to trees shedding their leaves.