Spring Poems

Spring Poems

Seasonal Poetry about Spring

Spring is a miraculous experience. The whole world comes alive after the winter in which it seemed that everything was dead. The world comes filled with color and the scent of delicious greenery. The world that seemed so dull and cold has come alive once again. Little did we know that beneath the cold hard ground the plants and trees were preparing for rebirth. Spring gives us hope for rejuvenation in our own lives as well. Spring is a time to renew the excitement and zest for life that lives inside.

38 Poems about Springtime

  1. 1. Song Of March

    As winter's cold days and longer nights end, and the last of snow and ice melt away, there is a short window of time, a month that shares itself with winter and spring, March. Although it only has 31 days, so much change happens to the earth, weather and nature. March makes her presence known, with her high pitch song of whistling winds, the wild gusty breezes, her clouds and sky become full of white like fleece set in deep blue sky, shorter days, longer nights. March sings out, waking Spring!

    With winter's footprints in the past,
    and snows begin to melt at last.

    With longer days and shorter nights,

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  3. 2. A Light Exists In Spring

    Emily Dickinson was a famous American poet who lived during the 1800s. In addition to writing, she also studied botany, which could have been an influence in her poems about nature. This poem is about the light that illuminates all that's around it during spring. While this poem is about nature, it has a strong religious undertone, showing there are things science is unable to fully explain.

    A Light exists in Spring
    Not present on the Year
    At any other period --
    When March is scarcely here

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    The poem depicts supremacy of nature. Nature is beyond natural laws. It's the underlying truth that nature poets communicate to us through their writings.

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  5. 3. Charming Spring

    My poem is a about the delights of spring we all patiently await and the charms of spring that awakens our senses up with gentle breezes, fresh colors, lovely scents, and songs of nature. It is refreshing after a long, cold winter. I hope it can remind readers of the loveliness and gracefulness of spring.

    Reminiscent melodies
    serenade the morning breeze.

    Feathered creatures nest with care

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    It's a very beautiful creation about the everlasting beauties of nature. It reminds me of the poem by Robert Frost "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening."

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  6. 4. And Now It's Spring

    • By Lhtheaker
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 2018

    I've been writing poetry since I was a child, even having one poem published in my hometown newspaper! I've not done a lot of writing, like I should, but only as the whim hit me. After 30 years of being an elementary school librarian, I'm considering that next door. Hopefully, it will be in the field of literature, where I feel most comfortable!

    The grass is green across the hill,
    But yellow blooms the daffodil.
    It's sunshine on a little stalk,
    A friendly flower, I bet they talk...

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  7. 5. Nature's Way

    • By Heidi Campbell
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2007

    Dare to take a look at this peaceful spring day.
    The poem uses the 5 senses to describe nature. Using the 5 senses in writing creates a clearer picture and makes the readers feel a part of the setting.

    Upon a nice mid-spring day,
    Let's take a look at Nature's way.
    Breathe the scent of nice fresh air,
    Feel the breeze within your hair.

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    Have you ever thought of this poem as a response to Thomas Moran's, "The Grand Canyon of Yellow Stone"? It is beautifully written and encompasses themes of freedom, nature, and serenity, as...

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  8. 6. Spring

    • By Martin Taylor
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2016

    This is my first poem. I've never written anything before but thought I'd try something.

    One of four siblings,
    the youngest of course.
    Or am I the oldest?
    Not really sure.

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  9. 7. Mellow May

    My Haiku style poem is for the month of May and what May brings into her spring month, with all the loveliness and joy and even a special treat as she completes spring and turns toward summer! Just a brief description of some of what the month of May brings.

    Mellow, mild, May day,
    calling children out to play.
    Summer's on her way!

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  10. 8. It Must Be Spring

    This is a poem about recognizing the signs of the coming of spring. I used to be a school teacher with special responsibility for English language. Learning poetry by heart is of great benefit to memory training, and I used to enjoy writing poems for my class to recite at assemblies where each subject related to the subject of that week's school theme. This is one of them.

    Hush, can you hear it?
    The rustling in the grass,
    Bringing you the welcome news that
    Winter's day is past.

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    Really nice poem for spring. Thank you for sharing!

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  11. 9. Hello, Spring!

    • By Sal
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2013

    I adore springtime and nature. The beautiful blossoming flowers with their scents and the sound of singing birds. It brings me peace and happiness, so I thought I would share that with the rest of the world.

    The cold winter has passed, and now comes spring.
    The newly hatched baby birds will cause the mother birds to sing.

    The warm sun comes out, little cherry blossoms are in bloom.

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    Springtime is a great time of joy to every person, girl and boy. The flower buds, the springy smell, are lovely springtime charms. Enjoy!

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  12. 10. Spring

    • By Camille Gotera
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2013

    The reason I wrote this poem was because I absolutely hate winter and love spring time. This is mostly because everything is dead in the winter- there's no life. And I'm a very sensitive person, so just the atmosphere of winter makes me sad. Another reason is because I had been through a bad experience- relationship wise- over the winter, and I feel that spring time is a clean new start. No more depressing poems and songs! :)

    When the cold, harsh winter has given its last breath,
    When the sky above shows life instead of death,
    When the claws reaching to the frozen sky become decorated with leaves,
    When the animals -long in hiding- scurry from trees,

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  13. 11. Spring

    Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950), was born in Rockland, Maine on February 22. During the 1920's she lived in Greenwich Village, New York City, and wrote for Vanity Fair under the pseudonym Nancy Boyd.

    To what purpose, April, do you return again?
    Beauty is not enough.
    You can no longer quiet me with the redness
    Of little leaves opening stickily.

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  14. 12. Spring

    • By David Feng
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2018

    My name is David, and I wrote this poem about spring. I am in 4th grade.

    Beautiful fresh purple flowers on a hill
    Slowly moving water mill
    Clumps of wet frost on the ground
    Life is all around

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  15. 13. The Spring Crocus Fairy

    It seems I'm always taken by surprise each year to see the first crocus flowers suddenly appear in late winter, and it inspired me to write this poem. And, of course, where there are flowers, there are fairies.

    Awake, little crocus, spring is nigh!
    Let me kiss the slumber from your eye.
    Come! Dance with me upon the lawn,
    The night is o'er, embrace the dawn!

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    A beautiful poem for spring. Love the idea of the crocus fairy dancing on the lawn and in her element embracing the dawn.

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  16. 14. Spring Is Here

    My friend and I made this poem. Spring is early in Alaska, so this poem seemed fitting. I hope you enjoy.

    Spring is here.
    It's time to cheer
    And observe God's tender grace
    With flowers blooming to and fro

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    Great to read such a positive poem in the current dark times of Coronavirus. Thank goodness for the optimism of youth. Goof job Maddy.

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  17. 15. My Way To Relax

    • By Justyce M. Ryder
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2017

    I love to be outside, and I can't describe how wonderful nature is.

    The birds sing,
    Bugs cling,
    Butterflies flutter,
    Water drips from a gutter.

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    Great poem on spring. I really enjoyed reading it. I love how you wrote about "birds singing."

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  18. 16. Spring's Way

    This short poem is in Haiku style and about the transformation of winter into spring. I think it explains the struggle of the transformation of winter's nature, of trying to hold on a little longer, while spring's nature of taking over always wins, giving way to the brand new life, new love, and the charm of spring! In just a few short lines spring always wins her way, dancing well into May and June! Many weddings are planned during these months because of the fairness and beauty of the spring weather.

    Winter fights to stay.
    Sweet Spring always wins her way.
    Flowers bloomed today!

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  19. 17. Melancholy April

    My Haiku poem is just my thoughts of April, the diamond month. Clouds and showers seem to set a melancholy mood, and who can forget the rainbows after the storms, and brilliant sun that rises so quickly, changing the mood of melancholia into a more sunny, jazzy Spring day!

    Melancholy moods,
    shiny jazz and rainy blues.
    April sings her tunes!

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  20. 18. Spring Has Sprung

    I wrote this one early spring morning as I sat at my window when I woke up.

    There is nothing that can quite compare
    To the fragrance of the fresh spring air,
    Floating on the softest breeze,
    Stirring the world from its frozen sleep.

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  21. 19. Acorn

    • By Darren C. Mossman
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2020

    Just a simple poem with a message of hope in a time of pandemic, rebirth in dark times

    The spring was a ghost, as winter wither'd away.
    The bird's song was vapid, the flowers awaited May.
    Alone we all sat, windows locked and shutter'd,
    afraid of our neighbours, our bread went unbutter'd.

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  22. 20. The Rain

    • By Annie Castelino
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems November 2014

    The drops of falling rain quenches the thirst of the dry earth and brings life alive. This thought flashes my mind as I experience the first rain of this season.

    The pitter patter
    Sound of the heavenly rain
    Raises novel hope

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