Winter Poems

Winter is the season when the whole world seems to go to sleep. The weather is cold, the ground is hard, and the trees and plants seem to be dead. Since there is little else to do, it is a time that is conducive to working hard. There isn't much else to do, and the weather else seems to suggest that we must buckle down and do the things that we have been avoiding. This is not a bad thing. It can very satisfying to work hard and be creative. Creativity is part of our makeup. Without a purpose in our lives, depression would quickly set in.

Nature Poems about Winter

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  • by Sam
  • Published: 10/24/2008
Winter Warmth

Piles of snow beneath my boots
chilly winds blowing everywhere
snow keeps mounting on the posts
on the windows and on the roads
shovels outside,
soups inside
hot and rich, …

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  • by Danielle
  • Published: 2/12/2009
Ice Princess

Sensational tresses like locks of snow
Passionate eyes like embers aglow
A pale face with indication of desire
Surrounded by subtle white fire

Delicate limbs carved by ice
Shrouded …

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  • by Macy
  • Published: 3/20/2013
Winter Wonderland

Through the trees the sunlight filters,
Glinting off the snow, caressing the water,
While water falls noisily nearby.

The water twists around, winding,
The stream continues on an …

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  • by Evermore
  • Published: 11/15/2007
Wonderful Winter Wonderland, Winter

I will gaze at the stars,
And maybe even Mars,
They are all so bright,
On a wonderful clear winter night,
Feeling the breeze,
Watching the trees,
They're swaying with grace,
In …

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This poem is me I wish I wrote it I could not of picked the perfect words I love it. I love winter, I love walking in the cold. When I was a child we had such amazing snow storms. On Christmas …

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  • by Michaela
  • Published: 8/28/2008

Winter is cold, with gusts of tumbling snow
When rain falls down and nothing ever grows
For children it's the snow that they desire
And cups of co-co in front of the fire

When winters …

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  • by Lesley Elaine Greenwood
  • Published: 5/13/2008
The Hunt For The Northern Lights

Snowy white fox of the Arctic,
was it your brush-like tail
that sprayed snow, like crystal sparks,
adorning the dark sky with a shimmering veil?
Are you the Northern …

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  • by Michael A. Barron
  • Published: 2/15/2006
A Winter's Epiphany

Timeless thoughts of a winter's stare;
eyes gazing over a landscape bare.

Memories drift on a blustery breeze;
dying light ushers in the freeze.

Reaching out for a grasp on the …

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  • by Joseph Letourneau
  • Published: 2/9/2009
Starry Night

Starry Night, Starry Night,
The stars shining in the sky.
The stars twinkling in my eye,
Like the sun in the daytime sky,
Or the moon in the early evening.
The nebulae are big and …

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  • by Tony Luo
  • Published: 2/19/2011
I Am Rain

I emerge from the slithering vague,
My weeps sprinkle placid droplets to the atmosphere,
And sometimes, I outburst like a bundle of plague,
All the way, I tinkle the saturating …

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  • by Steve Katz
  • Published: 12/12/2008
Winter Again

another winter has come
your head and hands go numb
looking forward to the frost and snow
nights spent near the fire watching the embers glow
the cat snuggled in tight curl
a nice mug …

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