Winter Poems - Poems For Winter

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  • 109.
    Winter Born and Live

    Some people enter the world
    to indigo skies,
    the sun beams
    on their blessed souls
    season after season.
    Never a day of
    storms or showers form,
    in their world
    there are no winters.
    Their grin comes
    without expense,
    their soul
    without pause flourishes.
    Groundhog never appears
    to see his shadow,
    for spring is
    constantly assured.
    Nothing did they do
    to improve or disparage
    their springtime birth.
    Their blessed eternal Eastertide
    is a purely bestowed.
    Any other season
    but the consecrated
    spring they do not know.

    Others enter the world
    from inception
    blizzards never cease
    Hardly a day of a sunny beam
    before began sqa ually rage spurned
    upon their countenance.
    One storm flows
    in timely order
    after the other,
    giving them forever winter,
    hail and snow and gales.
    Zeus did not curse them
    for a deed or word,
    but in good fortune
    they are not superb.
    Though if to see their spirits
    you would not presume,
    that spring does not show its face
    oft to the winter born.
    They have a frosty smile still,
    upon the winter they do not grieve.

    They beam with joy peculiarly
    like a summer baby born,
    as if they are unawares to them
    warmer days are forlorn.
    Spring never begins for winters child,
    though you can feel they
    have a secret of enduring.
    Never stopping to feel the bitter bite of frost,
    feel adrift and ever lost,
    in their winter tide.
    Winter birth seeking a celebration
    day to day from in the storm,
    they rejoice to see the beauty
    in winter solstice birth.
    Their peacefulness heartily
    defies the drifts of whiteness
    with great acts of love.
    They rise above their glaciated valleys
    with compassionate repasts to share.
    Are they cursed by Narnias queen
    to live evermore in cheerless winter?
    She is not their ruler for they know
    a joy where winter is never keen,
    they live aglow in a warmth
    to a spring born is never seen.

    I am of the winterbourne,
    living constantly from storm to storm.
    In the quiet before each whitewashed tempest,
    I gather to see my days gone by.
    I see unclouded firmament, sunny skies,
    rainbow with a promise of better days,
    a lingering unmelted powder,
    grayness gone adrift.
    Constant celebration of winter solstice
    has me thrive,
    with the storms passing I feel alive.
    I have felt the sunbeams brightness
    through the wintry sky.
    My spirit feels springs lightness
    in my winter life.



    Some people enter the world
    to indigo skies,
    the sun beams
    on their blessed souls
    season after season.
    Never a day of
    storms or showers form,
    in their world
    there are no winters.
    Their grin comes
    without expense,
    their soul
    without pause flourishes.
    Groundhog never appears
    to see his shadow,
    for spring is
    constantly assured.
    Nothing did they do
    to improve or disparage
    their springtime birth.
    Their blessed eternal Eastertide
    is a purely bestowed.
    Any other season
    but the consecrated
    spring they do not know.

    Others enter the world
    from inception
    blizzards never cease
    Hardly a day of a sunny beam
    before began sqa ually rage spurned
    upon their countenance.
    One storm flows
    in timely order
    after the other,
    giving them forever winter,
    hail and snow and gales.
    Zeus did not curse them
    for a deed or word,
    but in good fortune
    they are not superb.
    Though if to see their spirits
    you would not presume,
    that spring does not show its face
    oft to the winter born.
    They have a frosty smile still,
    upon the winter they do not grieve.

    They beam with joy peculiarly
    like a summer baby born,
    as if they are unawares to them
    warmer days are forlorn.
    Spring never begins for winters child,
    though you can feel they
    have a secret of enduring.
    Never stopping to feel the bitter bite of frost,
    feel adrift and ever lost,
    in their winter tide.
    Winter birth seeking a celebration
    day to day from in the storm,
    they rejoice to see the beauty
    in winter solstice birth.
    Their peacefulness heartily
    defies the drifts of whiteness
    with great acts of love.
    They rise above their glaciated valleys
    with compassionate repasts to share.
    Are they cursed by Narnias queen
    to live evermore in cheerless winter?
    She is not their ruler for they know
    a joy where winter is never keen,
    they live aglow in a warmth
    to a spring born is never seen.

    I am of the winterbourne,
    living constantly from storm to storm.
    In the quiet before each whitewashed tempest,
    I gather to see my days gone by.
    I see unclouded firmament, sunny skies,
    rainbow with a promise of better days,
    a lingering unmelted powder,
    grayness gone adrift.
    Constant celebration of winter solstice
    has me thrive,
    with the storms passing I feel alive.
    I have felt the sunbeams brightness
    through the wintry sky.
    My spirit feels springs lightness
    in my winter life. read more »

  • 110.
    This winter

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  • 111.
    Winter

    Winter is snowy and cold season. read more »

  • 112.
    Haiku: Snow

    Forecast: Winter Storm
    Shovel handy, boots by door,
    Let It Snow, Snow, Snow read more »

  • 113.
    The Winter Tale

    Trees bared to winter's touch
    By winter's breath laid bare
    Leaves whisper of winter's heart
    Of winter's heart they share read more »

  • 114.
    Winter for birds.

    Birds of western ghats
    Beautiful bird species
    Sings the songs of winter
    We are here and we welcome. read more »

  • 115.
    On The Winter Beach

    On The Winter Beach

    I walk on the winter beach
    from here to there read more »

  • 116.
    Winter Mornings

    Winter mornings
    Misty dawns
    Shivering sunshine
    Dew drops on lawns read more »

  • 117.
    Wine by the Fire on a Cold Winter Night

    Wine by the fire on a cold winter night a Gelid concordant. The snows of winter has fallen; and the
    Winds are decrescent
    Wildlife are
    Indefatigable read more »

  • 118.
    Equinox girl

    Fall-winter girl,
    Sparkling, wise
    Words trail off
    Fashions capsize read more »

  • 119.
    Welcome song on winter.

    Welcomes the winter
    The healthy winter
    When human can rejuvenate
    The healthy aspects of body read more »

  • 120.
    THE WINTER SEASON IS OVER

    read more »

New Winter Poems

  1. Oh, Winter, Sir Winter...(rp), Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR
  2. Winter Light, Thomas James Martin
  3. Your Winter is my Spring, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  4. OH! winter, let it snow again, Juwon Daniel
  5. Snow, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  6. Charlie Hebdo Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  7. Love the Winter-birds, Md. Ziaul Haque
  8. Book reading in winter., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  9. Winter's Warmth, Edward Kofi Louis
  10. Performance of winter., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  11. Welcome song on winter., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  12. Winter the good feeling it makes., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  13. In any cold Winter, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  14. winter you are welcome., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  15. Death In Winter, Humera Sultana
  16. This winter, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  17. Winter, Barati Lesetlhe
  18. Season Family Tree, Barati Lesetlhe
  19. Winter is not Fall, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  20. DIESEL STOVE, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  21. Winter Emotions, Jonyta Ward
  22. Solitude, Terry Dawson
  23. Winter Waking Into Green Leaf Growing, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  24. Spring Sun Ignite Eternal Season Flame, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  25. Winter Comes Back Again ها قد عاد الشتاء.., MOHAMMAD SKATI
  26. Love lost, Empty, Vast, Ivory Irving
  27. Nature's Winter Garden, D. S. Jones
  28. To Praise a Prairie Winter, William B. Petricko
  29. The Traveler, Prasanna Kumar
  30. Winter's Inroad, Soubhagyabanta Maharana
  31. The Wolf in the Winter Wind, Tim Vallie
  32. The never-ending February, Clove Beatty
  33. Chandeliers, Heather Burns
  34. Winter's Air H B Syllable Count 2-3-5-7.., Heather Burns
  35. Hoarified, Saiom Shriver
  36. December's Fury, Heather Burns
  37. Winter Is Here!, olivia ruk ferarro
  38. The Winter Tale, Frederick Weyer
  39. Winter haiku, deborah melder
  40. Winter nights..., Konstantinos B. Sventzouris
  41. Camden Market, Angela Wybrow
  42. Winter in Delft, John Siregar
  43. Chilly Winter Day, Sossi Khachadourian
  44. Winter, Ramesh Anand
  45. The Wintertime Blues, Wayne Falconer
  46. Winter's sun, azmat naushad asif
  47. The Winter Wolves Are Coming, Tim Vallie
  48. Don't die this winter, Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
  49. Spring And Winter, Aishwarya Misra
  50. The Winter Moon, Amatulla Mohammadi
  51. Wintertime, Ayrtonn Bautista
  52. Winter's Chill, Heather Burns
  53. WINTER SINFONIA, Aldo Kraas
  54. To Each a Season, Lonnie Hicks
  55. A Winter Message, Mark R Slaughter
  56. Winter, Joanna Hamilton
  57. Trees, Mark R Slaughter
  58. As Winter raged, Mark R Slaughter
  59. A Winter Pond, Mark R Slaughter
  60. Spring Rains (a Villanelle), Sheri Walters
  61. Winter Has Come, KotaroTakamura
  62. Victim Of love, Sonam Tobgay
  63. THE WINTER SEASON IS OVER, Aldo Kraas
  64. Winters, Katie Stoker
  65. The First Day of Snow, Iris Rain
  66. Winter Chills, Ellen Ni Bheachain
  67. THE WAY I FEEL SONG, Aldo Kraas
  68. Breeze Into Winter Song, Ency Bearis
  69. Long Lost Love and Winter Chills, Fergus Michael Condron
  70. A LATE WINTER, ROSI KAWA
  71. Mother Nature Can Be Fickle, David Whalen
  72. Tanya, moon dust
  73. Winter, Mark R Slaughter
  74. WINTER IN MY PRAYERS, Aldo Kraas
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