Poems About: WINTER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
The blinding sun of winter,
Beating on sad souls.
Where snow runs deep on the ground outside,
Compacting under our feet. read more »Sarah2 McMahon
350.Season of Love
Winter sky so dark with stars so bright
brings a glow of sheer delight.
Diamond's woven into a cloak of navy blue
the scene is set for all things new. read more »Veronica Black
351.Only as Winter
Beneath a blanket of frosty snow,
Silently sleeping below icy green,
Slowly swimming under black ice,
But only as winter did you know. read more »Jack Dylan
352.Winter at the End of the Journey
At long last the year's journey nears an end
The clock ticks ever more quickly its urgent message to send
The unused last remnants of our yearly desires depart
A new list of wishes soon can we start read more »Mark David Jordan
So much of the thoughts of winter,
The sameness of them all -
Always the snow shovel on the porch,
The galoshes in the hall. read more »Joseph T. Renaldi
354.Farewell To Winter
Farewell to Winter as it passes by,
To the heavy clouds beneath the gloomy sky,
And to the slumber of the snow-covered earth
That soon will be awakened to a new birth. read more »Joseph T. Renaldi
The splendid summer sun-a token of enchant.
Emerging with zeal each sunrise I grant.
And burning so fiercely, yet lenient and clam.
To keep the world glowing it heals with it's balm. read more »Tamsin Douglas
356.The Redwings Bound For Mushera
Above the Towns and Villages across the moonlit sky
Towards the fields by Mushera mountain the migrating redwings fly
They leave their northern woodlands when the cold north winds blow
Before the onset of Winter and the first heavy fall of snow. read more »Francis Duggan
November month of fog and mists.
The early mornings have a bite
the silver grass by Jack Frost kissed
in the dark hours of the night. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
Up the steep mountain of darkness
lays the shapes of the unknown:
invisibly flowing outwards
stretching beyond one's reach. read more »Celine Berghmans
For my father winter brings with it the sun downing.
summers dog days pass and his state goes unchanged.
that is until the dark ANGRY winter once again brings the sun downing. read more »vincent armone
Finally the dreadful winter is over
Springtime madness has begun
It’s the gateway to life’s new chapter
Time to sort out what was left undone read more »Kay Barcelon