Poems About: SNOW
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Snow is falling all around me,
This means I can't get Carrie out, read more »Claire Page
50.Snow Like Horses
The world is filling up with snow.
Blowing and sticking
And hoofprints appear read more »Tsunami HiroshiSu
51.Love-Hate Snow 1&2
‘Love-Hate Snow 1'
The ice hot sun beating down
On the frozen ground read more »Michael Micmac Mccrory
Her eyes are like the fields of snow,
why would you say this, I do not know.
To give snow beauty like our lover's eyes,
Is too much a gift, and should be despised. read more »Randy Cooper
53.ODE ON SNOW
Piles of snow!
Soft, crystalline white snowflakes!
Feathered rain! read more »M.L. Squier
Snow falls around me
The cold wind blows
The moon is high in the night sky read more »Phillip Dodham Cormier
55.in the snow
in the snow i walk looking at everything coated in beautiful white
thoughts run through my head so many i cannot count
as i watch the snow fall i realize that its as beautiful as life itself
as i watch the snow fall i think of her and how i wish she could be beside me to see what i see just one last time read more »Sandy Vanity
56.Name Meaning Perceptions of Falling Snow
The Inuit have contested sixteen words for snow
sixteen words to define different types of snow
all necessary to define joys dangers of gift snow
in their adaptive interactive struggle to survive read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
Winter climate's broke when snowflakes showered on.
Flakes of snow rampaging from the skies,
Stretching their hands to capture our body and
To settle there as a sediment. read more »amrith raj
58.Snowed In By A Warm Fire
A visit to an Inn on top of a hill.
A view, a valley, a village, a pond.
Snow already covering the ground.
Snow falling steadily all around. read more »Joe Wocoski
The Snow, the snow
however so sweet,
The snow blows, glows
and that our treat read more »Jon Van
60.The Red House
On the wide fields the water gleams like snow,
And snow like water pale beneath pale sky,
When old and burdened the white clouds are stooped low. read more »John Freeman