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Poems About: WINTER

In this page, poems on / about “winter” are listed.

  • 349.
    Winter Flame

    Winter Flame brings new essence

    Don’t leave effervescent read more »

    Louis Cecile
  • 350.

    Like a lion it blew in
    An icy Canadian wind
    Winter is still here
    Howling, heckling, laughing, jeer read more »

    Rhonda Baker
  • 351.

    Winter is not limited
    to just a season.
    it can also affect
    one’s heart. read more »

    Piet Groot
  • 352.
    The Winter Rain Can't Feel The Pain


    The winter rain can’t feel the pain
    The sky is not the sky again read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 353.
    Beautiful Autumn

    Beautiful autumn
    Before night's winter fall
    Slowly with its strum
    In frosty nights call read more »

    Peter S. Quinn
  • 354.
    Time passes too quickly

    I feel winter’s first cold fingers touching
    and time flash by to quickly
    as if the last years are waiting on me
    and I button my jacket tighter read more »

    Gert Strydom
  • 355.
    Warmth in Winter

    Church bells chime in a darker clime
    When winter sets her chill upon me,
    Storms that blow with ice and snow
    Make birds migrate to a fairer state read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 356.
    Adobe Feelings 01

    Golden butterflies flying
    Winter searching dreamy rose
    Cool rainbow feelings read more »

    Ashraful Musaddeq
  • 357.

    Wake up america
    To the first day of winter!
    For some of you
    The winter will give the thrills! read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 358.
    Veins for Sylvia

    Her love was the worst
    Winter, cold, indifferent
    Went for a walk read more »

    r james sterzinger
  • 359.
    Entrails Of Autumn

    The sun shone through the window
    giving a reality of warmth
    as outside people shivered.
    The wind lifted hats, read more »

    David Harris
  • 360.

    Here it is autumn,
    the leaves are turning
    from green to gold and red.
    As the days, get shorter read more »

    David Harris
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