Beauty of Nature Poem

Poem About The Four Seasons

The seasons come and go. The poem makes strong use of verbs, adjectives and short lines to capture a memorable snapshot of each of the 4 seasons.

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Analysis of Form and Technique

Seasons

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Published: May 2008

A dark gloomy sunless start
Cold and calculating
Frost on the windows
Icy streets
Snow on the ground
Hot chocolate to be made
Another Winter day

Sun coming over the horizon
Birds singing at dawn's first light
Green grass dusted with morning dew
Mowers mowing
Flowers blooming
Warm rain hitting the streets
Another Spring day

School's out, kids at home
Swimming pools swarming
Air-conditioners humming
Backyard barbecues
Hot sleepless nights
Fireflies flying
Another Summer day

Leaves changing colors
Back to school night
Leaf blowers
A new brisk chill to the air
Apple cider to keep warm
Halloween
Another Autumn day

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For Students - Analysis of Form and Technique

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Techniques this poem uses:

  • The author uses verbs to describe how different things are taking part in the seasons. Verbs are action words that describe what a person or thing is doing.

    Birds singing
    Green grass dusted
    Mowers mowing
    Air conditioners humming
    Fireflies flying

  • This poem uses adjectives to create a stronger image in the reader's mind. Adjectives are words that describe a noun (a person, place or thing).

    Dark gloomy sunless start
    Icy streets
    Warm rain
    Hot sleepless nights

    Read more about adjectives.
  • The short lines of this poem help to create a snapshot of many different aspects of the seasons while keeping the poem relatively short.

    Icy streets
    Sun coming over the horizon
    Backyard barbecues
    Leaves changing colors

  • This poem could be used as inspiration to write your own poem about the four seasons. Start by brainstorming what makes each season unique. Then set your poem up in four stanzas, one for each of the seasons. Don't forget your verbs and adjectives.

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