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Cinquain Seasons Poems | Cinquain Poems About Seasons

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Rainbow Colors (Cinquain)

Rainbow
Colorful arch
Heavenly gracious light
Glorious feeling from above
Colors



© Joseph, 8/19/07
© All Rights Reserved


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WEATHER (Cinquain)

August
Fun at the beach
Picnics with the family
Soon be time to go back to school
Summer


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Snowflake

                                         SnowFlake
                                      Unique, Frozen
                                Falling, drifting, Shoveling
                              Catching one on your tongue
                                            CRYSTAL


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Autumn

Autumn
Changeable, golden
Surrendering the leaves,
following your sleep, all’s
Fallen


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Winter - Traditional Cinquain

So cold
The kiss of death
That downs the autumn leaves
To burn in crimson flames beneath
Her ice


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FIRST PLACE: In Brian Strand's contest - High Fives


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Change

Summer,
Long, lazy days,
Time to bask in the sun,
Nip in the air signals a change,
Winter.


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Revelation

From far
A voice surges
That speaks to the heart
It wants to reach and be heard
Closer.

Silence's
Necessary
To keep away the noises
Confusion, the mercenary's
Query.

Listen
And come to know
The soul of each season
That wishes to speak to our soul
Their goal.

Open
The ears to hear
The words that are spoken
Parents, Their love revealed in each
Season.

And see
Melt away night
Our fears, our tears and sneers
With the wine of Their love's pure light
God's might. 

By CarolineCécile
Copyright © 11.27.10


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Blossoms

Blossoms Upon branches Relieved from winter's frost Exclaim their joy in sweetest scents Love found. A spring In their step, hands Held together, he stops Plucks a bloom, place it in her hair, Hearts pound. Eyes locked He proposes She opens her arms, sobs And made their vows under the pink Blossoms. Cinquain suite © CarolineCécile - 03.31.12


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The New Spring Morning

Pleasing
Morning spring air
Blowing kisses, soft blush
Upon my cheeks, brings natural
Make up.

Seizing
My frame to wake
My heart in the upbeat
With the prospect of a new day
To meet.

Teasing
Senses to feel
The hopes of dreams, reborn
With the new morn, chasing spirits
Forlorn.

Easing
The mind open
To new horizons
With the fragrance of the new spring
Risen.

By CarolineCécile
Copyright © 03.22.11


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Nature's Melody

                                                              Birdsong
                                                        fills the spring air, 
                                                      serenading new life.
                                                A chorus of insects joins in
                                                              the song.


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Fireworks

Fireworks
Colorful Explosions
Erupting For All To View
Sparklers


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Seasons

                                                   
                                                   Seasons
                                               Givers Takers
                                            Rain Snow Sleet
                                         Cold Hot Windy Still
                                                   Seasons


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[brown leaf]

brown leaf
dancing through my 
open parallel arms.
it’s time we met hand, for I knew
you once.


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The Sun Has Come Again

The sun
Has come again
After having been shunned
By the fury of warlike clamor
Of guns.

It was
Time for cease fire
Tired of the endless 
Clashes of unyielding powers
Oppressed.

Now calmed
Wishing the coming
Of the spring season's charm
Washing off the grind in showers
Disarmed.

Breathing
The sweet fragrances
Of new found wider views
That melt the ice and see our hopes  
Renewed.

By CarolineCecile
Copyright © 03.15.10


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PRECIOUS MOMENTS a quintile

Long days
Of August sun
Where nature blinks and shrinks
The dying grass,yellowed in sleep-
Held fast
as
Oat grass
Tinted old gold
Shimmers on tall green stems;
On a clear warm light of evening sun-
Back-lit
the 
Brimstone
Awakens,then
From each flower hovers
On the drying wind of the breeze-
Sun-lit.


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THE MORLD!

Globeheat,
Lies' Melts & Fries
Caps and bare Polar Bear
Unawares We too soon despair
Repair.


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CLEAR STREAM

Clear stream
flowing like rhyme...
down the rocks of old age,
transporting the strong smell of sage
for wage!


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Hunter

Hunter
before daybreak
sitting so quiet
waiting for Mr. Deer
Shivering


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Rainy Autumn Day

Today:
gray skies, falling
rain, autumn's chill in the 
air. Curling up with a good book,
Relax


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ALARM CALL

Hearken
strengthening sun,
resplendent early June-
nature's territorial in
chanson.


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Tomorrow 7-6-02

As I look across the sky
With waves lapping at my feet
I saw shades of yellow, pink,
and red acorss the summer sky.
Them the sky was dark
and the stars bright.
My heart felt light as air
But as the wind began to blow,
I turned around and walked away
Without a single look back
to what I left,
but to only to
what's ahead of me.


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JANUARY RAMBLE

Morning
dims into night-
a white fitted carpet
obliterates the way-marked path
ahead


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CHANGE THE CLOCKS

Spring time
daylight unfolds
soft-mist ,mild days of
blue-bell haze,growing wild 'neath
God's gaze.


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Flooding Rivers (Cinquain)

Rivers
Flowing over
Destroying many homes
Sadness upsetting many hearts
Flooding


© Joseph, 8/19/07
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Scythe

A sigh
through silent grass 
at noon, as knee-high green 
falls down in tangles. Then again
silence.



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WINTER BARK

Below
twin vapour trails
on sky November blue-
Canada geese in formation-
head south.


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DROUGHT

Long days
of Augusr sun
where nature blinks and shrinks
the drying grass,yellowed in sleep-
held fast.


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OVERNIGHT HARVEST

Across
a dew drenched field
beneath the fallen leaves-
delicate campestris become
breakfast.


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CINQKU#5

August
shaded gold
becomes monsoon-
berries rot beneath the
bramble.


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BIRDSONG

Quiet
Greets the Spring morn,
Until a shaft of light
Diffuses night into a dawn
Chorus.


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SUMMER DREGS

Patches
parched yellow-brown
edging across the lawn
where lily petals lie time worn-
asleep.


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A CIRCEAN CIRCLE

Hanging
by a fine thread
on a gossamer welt;
the arachnid spins a web of
intrigue.


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Mr.Sprinkles {Cinquain}

                                                         raindrops
                                                   liquid moisture
                                               combusted air droplets
                                     shattered drewery alone weeping
                                                        sprinkles


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MATINS

Above
cotton wool clouds
evaporate into
a sepia haze,as the sun
awakes