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Winds whisper secrets with icy lips
Icicles hang like fingers from skeletal trees
New blanket of snow sparkles like tiny diamonds
Tiny snowflakes fall like confetti from heaven
Everywhere the eye can see is painted a brilliant white
Romantic roaring fire removes the icy chill


Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2014

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Jack Frost

Jubilant jovial Jack resembling a jingoist
angrily exhaled his rage of frozen magic
covering the world with crystal hoar frost
keen to cause as much havoc as possible

Fastidious intolerance to the suffering caused
radically introducing another bitter cold winter
omnipotent monopolistic power he continues as
snow replaces ice - fields are now pristine white
triumphantly admiring his work, he sleeps smiling

29 November 2015
Acrostic: Jack Frost - Poetry Contest by Shadow Hamilton

Copyright © Silent One | Year Posted 2015

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Maples Crying

Many are the maples that encircle my home, my nest, my dwelling abode,
And in the dark of night they tap on my frosty windows, crying;
Past their deathly stance, a wintry scene, 
Looking through their tangled limbs snow is falling, endlessly.
Everything in my world is icy white, sky and earth mingling,
Soon, I whisper to them, you will be wearing your emerald gowns;

Creaking and groaning they mumble in their frozen rest,
Reaching out gnarled fingers to me.
Yes, my dears, soon, so soon you will stand in resplendence,
Ice and snow will be replaced with fringes of delicate, filigree green;
Now rest, now sleep maples sweet,
Gather your memories of spring, summer and fall close and dream.

February 3, 2012


Submitted to the contest, Best Short Acrostic Poem
Sponsor, Andrea Dietrich

Second Place

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2013

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SNOW Acrostrain

Silently, white softness falls from twilight’s sky.

Nothing can be seen or heard out on the street,

Only wind, which moans as it is passing by.

Warmed by fire, we cuddle in our sweet retreat!

Written 10/23/15 for the  WIND SNOW OR RAIN ACROSTRAIN Contest of Jan Allison

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2015

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Snow Acrostrain

Silently it falls throughout the night
Nestling in the nooks of wishful mind
Only option to a sense of sight
Wond’ring how it looks were she not blind.


24th October, 2015
Contest: Wind, Snow or Rain Acrostrain
Sponsor: Jan Allison
Placed 2nd

Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2015

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Scintillating snowflakes floating gently to the ground
Painting the landscape white, they don’t make a sound
Every single shimmering snowflake has a unique design
Catch them on your gloves and hands, they look so divine
Transforming our world to a winter wonderland
Aesthetically pleasing, our gardens look so grand
Children build huge snowmen; they have so much fun
Until the snow begins to melt beneath the winter sun
Lovely soft snowflakes swirling are a glorious sight
All around us our surroundings turn a wintry white
Real beauty captivates our eyes in our wonderful world 

Contest: Spectacular acrostic
Sponsor: John Hamilton
16th January 2015

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016

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Moonlit Snow

Moonlit Snow

So swiftly snow cascaded wide and deep;
Now pristine blankets of white wonder gleam.
Only the moon observes while earth's asleep
With snowfall magic and its peaceful dream. 

Sandra M. Haight

~3rd Place~
Contest: Best Short Acrostic Poems
Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich
Judged: 01/08/2016
~1st Place~
Contest: Wind Snow or Rain Acrostrain
Sponsor: Jan Allison
Theme: Snow
Judged: 12/08/2015

Copyright © Sandra Haight | Year Posted 2015

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Melting snows begin to fade
   As a newborn season arrives,
      Refreshing our lives grown dull.
         Cradled in green budding leaves,
            Hushed by the winds of spring.

Written on August 10th, 2015

My birthday is March 4th, 1983

Copyright © Kelly Deschler | Year Posted 2015

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Window panes cheerily frosted
Insiders huddle to stay warm
Nights start early and end late
Tea blends are honeyed to taste
Early diggers shovel after each storm
Rambunctious boys want to skate


Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2014

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Winter's Blanket



Winter winds and snowflakes drifting
Ice bound trees all glittering
No noise except the white falling stars
Tiny snow birds are twittering in delight
Everything is white and pure and serene
Round the fireplace we gather warm and cozy
Soft and quiet the fluttering snow comes down

Bright, delicate snow floating
Landing silently are the perfect spheres
All my world is now dazzling
No noise except the dancing snow descending
Keeping warm by the fireplace with tea
Everything is blanketed white
The forest, the garden and even the house


Written by Constance La France

November 19, 2012

For the Winter's Blanket Contest
Of Gail Angel Doyle

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2012

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Frigid winds 
Indent the once silken
Radiance of a bygone,
Sun struck summer
Terrain .  It’s
Fall, and
All that 
Lingers is
Lightly coated with
Snow, a
Now troubling harbinger
Of surely approaching

Copyright © daver austin | Year Posted 2012

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Happiness is remembering my wild summer garden,
Arbors of white roses and purple clematis;
Pretty yellow daylilies and daffodils beside a rail fence,
Placing carefully flowers, I create a soul-soothing retreat.
In my lovely garden all Mother's old favorites grow,
No color does not have its place to welcome birds and butterflies;
Even wild flowers and vines, and kittens grow,  
Seeding themselves the purple larkspur and rosy phlox;
Such beauty, O such beauty, now is resting beneath the snow.

December 14, 2015


Written by Broken Wings

For the contest, Happiness Acrostic, sponsor, John Hamilton

Sixth Place

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2015

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Jack Frost

Jack Frost etches glass with spirals of snow and ice,
A feathery pattern of crystalline cravings
Chiseled long into the night, with but a single
Kiss of winter’s icy cold breath to sustain him. 	

Frozen abstract swirls of intricate art, soon rise
Resplendent, bathed within dawn’s early morning light.
Opaque, with a mother-of-pearl sheen that glows, as
Shafts of sunlight melt and mold its shape into a
Translucent, shimmering, ever changing sculpture.

Written Nov. 27th , 2015 for “Acrostic: Jack Frost - Poetry Contest”.
The poem contains all of the mandatory words “ice, snow, winter, frozen, Jack”.

Copyright © Emile Pinet | Year Posted 2015

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Winter Storm raging on 
Icicles sparkling in the sunlight
Nip of whiskey to stay warm
Tightly bundled is the norm 
Every mile in winter is like two
Roads slushy, drivers with no clue

Short days and dark chilly nights
The valley is covered with snow
Overcast skies, flurries again tonight
Rivers frozen, bitter cold
More snow is on its way

Copyright © Carmen Penchi aka Sunshine | Year Posted 2015

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Winters frosty snowflakes fall
Ice runs through your desire
Never ending nippy nights
Tender moments by the fire
Evergreens flapping in the winds
Rivers frozen, slightly dire

Silent days and Shimmering nights
Overcast evenings so inviting
Loves flame slowly lighting
Sparkling, shivering so exciting
Tinsel dancing in the air
Icicles shining with such flair
Cold breezes blowing through 
Every nook and part of you.

Copyright © Carmen Penchi aka Sunshine | Year Posted 2014

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Falling snowflakes like delicate lace, and
Every tree is draped in pure white
Beyond my window pane . . .
Relentlessly drop these gifts from God
Utterly beautiful this time of year . . .
And the wind wails like violins, with the
Rhapsody of chirping birds
Yellow, in a snow covered tree

August 8, 2015


My birthday - February 1

For the contest,  Birthday Month Acrostic
Sponsor, Charlotte Puddifoot 

Third Place

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2015

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Softer than fresco snow silently slide
Newness reigns supreme as baby's breath
One and all in awe we do look up
Wishing everyone winter wonderland.


Copyright © Iris Elizabeth Sankey-Lewis | Year Posted 2015

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SNOW - Acrostrain

Snuggled and hunkered down in winter clothes,
Nestled warm in a winter wonderland.
Only parts in sight are their eyes and nose.
Wee ones out to play who can barely stand.

October 24, 2015
Contest:  Wind, Snow or Rain
Sponsor:  Jan Allison
1st Place

Copyright © CayCay Jennings | Year Posted 2015

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SNOW - for contest


Slowly it crept across the peak
Numbing the core of life’s lament
Obscuring what had been before
White shroud upon dreams firmament.


submitted to- WIND SNOW OR RAIN ACROSTRAIN – Poetry contest
sponsor – Jan Allison

Copyright © John lawless | Year Posted 2015

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December for contest

Daunting rain from the floating clouds turned into a blanket of magical snow on the ground Evergreen trees bowing their boughs with the weight of the falling snow Chimneys blaze with warm crackling amber fires for the long, freezing winter - Evening nights, and the crisp winter days Merry evenings with cups of hot chocolate or wine to stay warm amidst the chilly weather Brighten faces with surprises in pretty boxes left behind under the Christmas tree Eager children’s chatter, dashing, dodging, and dancing to music and holiday cheer Rejoicing with those we love in prayer 10/28/2015

Copyright © Eve Roper | Year Posted 2015

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A Snow day comes.

Snowfall impedes our mobility.
Now some venture out to test their ability.
Our streets and yards are pristine white.
We're trapped 'neath Winter's cold, grey light.

Don't venture out on a day like this,
As Old Man Winter shakes his fist.
You wait for the snow plough, this is no jest.

Come bake some cookies or play a board game;
Or shovel the walk way till you've got the blains.
Most hunker down by the fire to stay warm.
Even rabbits stay in on this chilly morn.

Copyright © Judy Ball | Year Posted 2012

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Jack Frost

Jack Frost was knocking on my window this morning,
And outside a blanket of white snow lay;
Captivating and dazzling in my backyard, and
Kissing my window with ice lace patterns.

Frozen lovely swirls, painted by Jack Frost,
Rap-a-tap, winter is here, oh that
Object d'art covered with snow is your car,
Shimmering in a coat of ice like frosting.
Turning, I climbed back into my cozy bed. With a sigh!

November 27, 2015


For the contest, Acrostic: Jack Frost, sponsor, Shadow Hamilton

Fourth Place

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2015

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Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Choirs of children singing gleefully
Hand bells and ‘Silver Bells’ ringing
Red holly and mistletoe ‘Deck the Halls’
In preparation for Christmas morning
Snowflakes teasing a ‘White Christmas’
Traditions followed and being made
Midnight Mass along with hugs and kisses
Angelic ‘Silent Night’ throughout the land 
Solemn celebration of the birth of Jesus
Children productions of nativity watched 
All praying for peace on earth and good will
Ritual reading of ‘Jolly Old St. Nicholas’ to those
Only staying awake from excitement and thrill
Listening for Santa's reindeer landing on roof
Smiling parents leave cookie crumbs as proof
Written 12-15-2015
‘Christmas Carols Contest’ by Kelly Deschler

Copyright © Susan Gentry | Year Posted 2015

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Prankster Jack Frost

Jailed at home by a white, frozen world
Adorned by one unmindful Jack Frost.
Ceramic ice was recklessly hurled,
Kicking bitter, beast-winter across
Fields, woods, yards and modern built cities.
Rejoicing nature rules us as boss,
Offering risky snow trussed pretty.
Some people claim this day is a loss,
Taken by a prankster, Mister Frost.

December 4, 2015
Contest:  Acrostic / Jack Frost
Sponsor:  Shadow Hamilton
3rd Place

Copyright © CayCay Jennings | Year Posted 2015

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Winter Rhapsody

Winter though harsh and frigid holds a certain beauty
Ice frozen fingers grasp hold of my soul
Nothing is more exquisite than pristine snow falling
Today graceful, fragile snowflakes are drifting
Everything is white, fresh, pure and flawless
Rivers are ice covered, dense and firm 

Rhapsody is the song of the winter birds
Hopping on bare branches to sing
All is still and surreal in my snowy world
Perhaps, I will go for a walk . . . 
Something is calling deeply to my very soul
Outside is God's perfection it says
Deep under the snow life is waiting to renew
Yet, this frozen world holds a certain beauty for me


December 14, 2012

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2012

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New fallen snow – winter's first
Over the river and through the woods
Very soon, we'll celebrate Thanksgiving
Everyone anticipates turkey and apple pie
Mom's already baking Christmas cookies
Better make out your Christmas list
Enjoy making winters first snow village
Remember to thank  God for all His Blessings

	Curtis Moorman
	1 September 2011

Copyright © Curtis Moorman | Year Posted 2011

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* * * Snow came as a symphony in the night, Now my winter world is more beautiful than ever; Outside there are filigree landscape scenes, What sweet delight for this girl and her cat called, dreamer! * * * * ________________________________ October 24, 2015 Acrostrain For the contest, Wind, Snow, or Rain, sponsor, Jan Allison First Place

Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2015

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Snow Acrostrain

Sleeping snow awaits to penetrate from above
Niveous pillows of cloud temper the surround,
Ornamental crystals waltzing within the wind
Wanton; knowing when not here you’re sleeping around.

© 24/10/2015

Copyright © harry horsman | Year Posted 2015

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Just having fun with words and free poetry - kind of like a free verse front/end acrostic-

W inds howling through prairie grasses	Warning
 I mpending snowfalls and hail will be	 Icing
 N ightly with cold gripping hands,  	 Nipping
 T reetops, stripping them and 		 Thieving
 E ventually erasing all color, whilst	 Etching
 R ootless imprints 'til next season’s         Rendezvousing		

Copyright © Genevieve Mika-Stevens | Year Posted 2015

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Kissed by the waking sun, the rain of the night becomes undone,
I dream of you, my daily day dream; and the day has just begun
Riding up to Dahisar, I reach yonwards on my bike
Adieux I've bid to bachelorhood, looking forward to our petty fights
No other can fill my life, only you my wife; my lovely snow-white. 

Copyright © Nitesh Aggarwal | Year Posted 2007