New Year's Poems

Inspirational Poems for New Years

The new year is a time to celebrate new beginnings. It is time to celebrate having a clean slate. Anything is possible because the past doesn't matter. It has become a time to celebrate our romantic relationships by kissing at the moment that the new year begins. Many of us also celebrate by getting totally wasted. Hey, don't knock it until you try it. But please don't drink and drive. Celebrating the new year by saying that your life and the lives of others on the streets are not important is not exactly life affirming

Poems for the Start of the New Year

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  1. Happy New Year!

    Wishes For A New Year

    Brush away old heartaches.
    Learn from our mistakes.
    Another year is finally over.
    A new dawn awakes.

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    Hi Rosie, I'm so sorry that you feel so sad and broken. Having been there myself, I know how hard it can be. Hang on in there, sweetheart. Things can only get better, believe me. God Bless.

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  3. A New Year Foretold

    God Is In Control Of Our Future

    This New Year has been foretold.
    Your future is at hand.
    God knows the fate and outcome
    of each and every man.

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  4. The Year

    What can be said in New Year rhymes,
    That’s not been said a thousand times?

    The new years come, the old years go,

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  6. A New Year Prayer

    New Year Wishes

    To those who partied around the world
    Or those that lay in bed and curled
    up to the one they hold so dear
    I wish you all Happy New year.

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  7. Ring Out, Wild Bells

    Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky,
    The flying cloud, the frosty light;
    The year is dying in the night;
    Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.

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  8. New Year

    Hope For A New Year

    Another year is coming to a close.
    We can forget our troubles and woes.

    For me, this year was tough.

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  10. Happy New Year

    Inspirational New Year's Poem

    Picture

    As the world celebrates
    With fireworks and cakes
    I'm standing here alone
    Far away from home

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    Dear Hope, I just read your poem and it really touched me. You are a wonderful young lady! I have enjoyed sharing this New Year's poem with some close friends and they, too, have been touched...

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  11. This New Year

    Poem About Possibilities Of A New Year

    Even during the worst of times
    When I feel the years go slipping by
    Life seems rife with possibilities
    When the New Year arrives.

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  12. New Year

    • By Somya
    • Published: December 2016
    A New Start And Fresh Beginning

    With a new beginning and fresh start,
    Full of inspiration and positive thoughts,
    Let's begin this year with an optimistic thought.

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  13. Holiday Reflections

    • By Linda Murdock
    • Published: November 2010
    Poem About A New Year For Our Country

    Thanksgiving comes but once a year.
    It's a time when families gather near
    To reflect and give thanks for those we hold dear.
    We celebrate Christmas with parties and food,

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    The poem expresses the values all good people practice in their day to day lives. As a teacher, I would like to read it in my class and have a discussion on the finer feelings and sentiments...

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