Poems About: SNOW
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
229.Footprints in the Snow
As a child, my footprints were small,
Leaving tiny, soft prints in the snow.
Occasionally, they would be joined
By the larger prints of my parents, read more »Wayne Wickham
Snow angels dancing in the breeze,
Brother and sister fall on their knees.
They lay down in the bitter snow,
And figures of angels begin to show. read more »Arfa Karim
Snow begins to fall, like pieces of shredded paper.
It begins to pick up snowing harder and harder.
The snow hits the ground without a sound.
But this is not a night to be out. read more »Josh Staten
The fluffy white snow falls from the sky,
I take a deep breath and let out a cold sigh.
I look to the left I turn to the right,
it’s like fluffy white marshmallows within my sight. read more »Michael Loring
Today as normal I woke to the radio
I learnt overnight there’d been so much snow
Snow pure white, crisp fresh untouched
And problems it caused oh so much read more »Micron
the snow falls on my fathers' bed
on the foot
on the head
the snow falls on my fathers' bed read more »robert dickerson
i raked and i raked, then i stopped to admire
a city truck came and stood by the pile
vacumned the leaves and then off it went
with our autumn coloured futon in tow read more »empty shell
236.'Patterns In The Snow'
The morning reveals many patterns,
Of those who've come when darkness falls,
I can only make out some of them,
Yet, can not uncover... patterns all. read more »Linda Winchell
237.Through Falling, Falling Snow
As from my frozen window pane
I looked upon that winter's day,
The snow was drifting deep and crisp
And skies were darkest grey, read more »ANDREW BLAKEMORE
238..5. Snow Fun
I remember in the fifties when the snow fell very quick
Like big cornflakes crunchy crisp and sparkling white
I remember ground was frozen and it settled very thick
It kept falling down like sheets throughout the night read more »David Threadgold www.davidthreadgold.com
239.Snow Flakes are dancing
Snow flakes are dancing, dancing in the air
By the lake. by the pier, far and near
Mother Earth has a white veil, draped on the ground
White fluffy snow falling gently. no sound read more »Syed Karim
240.Christmas Cabin Fever
Wear a brown hat like a snow-man
Sleep with the dogs in the snow
While the Northern Lights are turning
And the moon tells all she knows. read more »Brian Purdy