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Winter Haiku Poems | Haiku Poems About Winter

These Winter Haiku poems are examples of Haiku poems about Winter. These are the best examples of Winter Haiku poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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WINTER

thick blanket of snow snuggling the flowerbeds with a winter wrap 6th October 2014


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Haiku 64 About Winter Solitude

Winter solitude my breath lingers between us


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- Haiku X 21 - Missed You -

 


                                  My bed is lonely
                                  the glow of your naked body
                                  The winter breathes on me





07.11.2013
A-L Andresen :)


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Color Show

vivid green cedar
against winter's bare oak tree
red bird sits alone

©Donna Jones


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a cold winter's breath

a cold winter’s breath freezing limbs in the bare woods --- bone chilled finger points
Russell Sivey NOTE: I really like this poem, one of my favorites! Submitted: 2/17/2012 CONTEST BY: Juxtaposition Haiku SPONSOR : Charles Henderson Entrant into PD's "Only #1 poems... For #1 contest winners only.." contest 3/3/2012


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Winter's End

                         I broke my shovel

                       Is it a sign from above

                         That winter is over


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The Sparrows Friend

 
The last leaf did fall,
winter clouds bring the first storm. Earth rest in slumber. Most birds have gone south. Cold winter winds staying now, sparrows search for food. Some have black and white crowns, some just two tone brown. They hide in the trees. Sun is bright, cold day, rest upon Earths frozen crust. The water is frozen. Birds seek human friends to feed and keep fresh water, with help they survive.


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The Hope of a Texan

Gray clouds above
The wind is colder
Any chance of snowing?


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nature arisen

~soft mountain blankets
     goose down  like flakes, winter store
        potential life thrust 

~El Nino awake
     a weather serpent slither
       energized frolic

~white mountain blankets
      cascade floods of winter store 
         aroused mud demon 

For and in honor of Carol Brown
And Contest: Nature Comes to Life


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A Winter's Ball

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                                            rhythmic wind whispers 
                                   parched leaves waltzing gracefully
                                              under the full moon


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