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Poems About: WINTER

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

  • 49.
    Chilly Winter Day

    What a chilly winter day
    The wind outside is moaing pale
    Winter is wearing mourning blues
    Winter is in pain read more »

    Sossi Khachadourian
  • 50.
    Inspired by Issa - Winter Wind

    winter wind -
    pet cat hogs
    its warmth read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 51.

    Cold and dreary, dark and alone
    Wind wailing thru the icy night
    Dragging on and on
    So reluctant to leave read more »

    moon dust
  • 52.
    Winter Has Come

    Definitely winter has come.
    The evergreen shrub's white flowers have disappeared.
    The ginko trees have turned into brooms. read more »

  • 53.
    Nature's Winter Garden

    All alone in an enchanted land
    Where before me grandly stands
    Crystal walls and glistening strands
    In Nature's winter garden. read more »

    D. S. Jones
  • 54.
    Worth This Winter

    by Ahmed Nakib

    And these buildings wearing out this winter’s heart –
    each one has long stood like a colossal winter, read more »

    Sofiul Azam
  • 55.
    The Wintertime Blues

    Anna is wearing dark gown
    winters spells holding her down
    swear the clocks stopped
    hope my ears not blocked read more »

    Wayne Falconer
  • 56.
    Winter haiku

    A bright white blanket
    cold, icy, winter steals fall
    winter consumed fall read more »

    deborah melder
  • 57.

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    Saiom Shriver
  • 58.
    Haiku Giant Trees In Winter

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    A Poet Who Loves To Sing ....AlvesHolmes
  • 59.
    Camden Market

    It was summer last, when I discovered the Lock,
    But returning in winter, I was in for a shock.
    In summer, the Market is in its full glory,
    But, in winter, it paints a very different story. read more »

    Angela Wybrow
  • 60.
    Spring And Winter

    Spring is near
    It is visible in the rear-
    View mirror, winter is going to a far away place
    From where it'll move at a very slow pace read more »

    Aishwarya Misra
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