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December Poems

December Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about december. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for december.

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Premium Member Hooray, Longer Days
The days are getting longer now-
our Winter Solstice made the turn,
so minutes added do endow
rays of the Sun more time to burn.
End of December, days return
to give more daylight and allow
next months to sync with Sun's pattern-
grant longest day, late...Read More
Categories: december, day, sunset, weather,
Form: Lay

Premium Member Sister, Sister
Sister, sister, life would be awful without my sister,
she is my rock, the voice of reason, my safe harbor;
not an older sibling but younger-  always my anchor,
oh, she was born with an incredible inner strength.
She possesses all the...Read More
Categories: december, sister,
Form: Canzone
A Father
A Father
by Dylan Williamson

Your father is someone to protect you
Someone to help when you’re down
To help with something new
Give you a smile when you’ve a frown
A father is always there
No matter the circumstances
Always there to care
Gives you many second chances
Gives...Read More
Categories: december, angst, dark, death, father, teen,
Form: Sonnet
by Dylan Williamson

Life can be hard
But can become good
If you make yourself a guard
As one always should
So you don’t break down
And lose all your composure
So you do not drown
And do not get exposure
Into your flaws and insecurities
So you do...Read More
Categories: december, angst, dark, teen,
Form: Sonnet
by Dylan Williamson

Numbers , an intricate design
A metaphorical thing that troubles most
And they include many signs
The ones who understand these boast
Numbers flicker by quickly
Incredibly fast, it’s blinding
Numbers draining out as swiftly
As they may be coming
An emptiness comes when they’re gone
It...Read More
Categories: december, angst, dark, death, poverty, suicide, teen,
Form: Sonnet

A Wondrous Place
A Wondrous Place
by Dylan Williamson

Started the day like any other,
Without a single care in the world
Went from one place to another
And my sight of the world swirled
‘Til no more, I could could only see stars
That twinkled and shined wondrously
And then...Read More
Categories: december, addiction, angst, dark, death, drug, teen,
Form: Sonnet
Light Born Of Darkness
Light Born Of Darkness
by Dylan Williamson

New life is beautiful
Young and pure and innocent
Nothing as irrefutable
Nothing as magnificent
Newborns bald without a single hair
Eyes turning to their final color
Skin, soft and smooth and fair
Even if they may be a bawler
Eyes so bright...Read More
Categories: december, angst, baby, dark, teen,
Form: Sonnet
A Safe Place To Stay
A Safe Place To Stay
by Dylan Williamson

One is comfortable
Within their own land
Where peace is able
And is like a beach with sand
One stays here until ready
To show their real self
But want out already
Even with amount of what if
This does happen eventually
With...Read More
Categories: december, angst, anxiety, dark, teen,
Form: Sonnet
Accidental Love
Accidental Love
by Dylan Williamson

Love is a fickle thing
That is caught easily
And hearts may sing
Their beats not going slowly
Young love is especially special
In which there is the most attention
And if apart, it may seem fatal
And learn they are together in this...Read More
Categories: december, abortion, angst, dark, death, teen,
Form: Sonnet
Forever A Sweet Home
Forever A Sweet Home
by Dylan Williamson

A small house in a small town
Painted blue with an ornate white door
With a sloping garden with a gown
Flowers that’s petals fly up and soar
Inside the house is a girl with a yellow blouse
And a...Read More
Categories: december, angst, dark, fire, murder, teen,
Form: Sonnet
by Dylan Williamson

Lights shine brightly
And entrance all
Lights are held dearly
In the eyes of the overall
Lights help one through the night
And help light up one’s life
Lights are but a blight
That cut through the dark like a knife
Lights are also enchanting
And are...Read More
Categories: december, angst, dark, death, murder, teen,
Form: Sonnet
The Peaceful Pond
The Peaceful Pond
by Dylan Williamson

A frog jumped into a pond
Made a ripple across to the other side
The water and frog had a bond
That pushed others’ relationships aside

Fish swam by in a little school
And sunlight filtered through the water
Reflections were shown...Read More
Categories: december, angst, dark, death, murder, teen, teenage,
Form: Sonnet
Summer Sun in Winter
What is winter in Jamaica like?
When you were shivering the entire night
What is winter in Jamaica like? 
When you have no heating all night
Couples bundle up underneath the covers
Trying to keep each other warm
But the covering was so thin
It kept...Read More
Categories: december, absence, appreciation, beautiful, city, confidence, faith, happiness,
Form: Narrative
volcano glowing
nature’s grandeur dominates 
clouds meet fiery smoke...

...declared tourist's fave
attracting marvelously
wondrous Taal volcano*... raging with flames
spewing out toxic ashes
it grievously hurts...

...warned of its great wrath
I trust the Lord Who controls
Creator so wise!*

*Taal Volcano in our country, the Philippines is now...Read More
Categories: december, appreciation, christian, creation, environment, faith, god, wisdom,
Form: Verse
12:22 am.............12:22pm
December 22 2022.  . ...... De ember 22 2021
6:06pm..........6:06am.........6-6-21.. ...6-6-22
3 02am............,....... .........    3:02pm
3-22:2022…......  .............. ........3:22:2021
4 44 am... 4-4-2021
...........4:44pm..   4-4-22

Moscato timax high noon...Read More
Categories: december, business, dance, hilarious, literature, music, science fiction,
Form: Cowboy
Premium Member A Brief Bio
" . .  clouds that far above me float and pause,
      whose pathless march no mortal can control!"
               Samuel Taylor...Read More
Categories: december, poets,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Life is Seasonal
Life is Seasonal
Written: by Miracle Man

Happy times are so long past we scarcely remember,
but an old photo album reminds us they did exist.
Now time has moved from March to deep December,
and today we’ve nothing in common so we coexist.

...Read More
Categories: december, how i feel, life,
Form: Lyric

           In december we sell smiles
           in january we reap joyfulness...
         ...Read More
Categories: december, allegory, allusion, analogy, art, literature, metaphor, poetry,
Form: Epigram
The Colors Of My Day
Deep golden choirs ringing out
Their scarlet anthems with a shout
Orange whispers softly echo
As the violet innuendo scatters all about.

Her pink clouds slowly fade to grey
The gulls, the sun soon fly away
This sunset's lacking just one thing:
Your voice to help me...Read More
Categories: december, color, sunset,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member My Winter Dream
In my dream, I am walking through the frozen snow,
past snow drifts like swans asleep in a wintry meadow;
drifting in the cold is the song of a little sparrow-
then, many are singing like the low wails of a violin ....Read More
Categories: december, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Top Secret
I have been keeping secrets since I was a small girl
                             ...Read More
Categories: december, life,
Form: Free verse
Inspiration Truly Heals Wounds


Topic: Birthday of Edith Wakefield (December 04) 
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...Read More
Categories: december, birthday,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Winter in Canada
Fall's golden beauty-
faded and blew away

the wild winds howled
and clouds filled November
with filigree snowflakes-
that did not stay

November was foreboding, and
December was filled with days of white
January, is a cold spell, February, well
there will be a melt- 
a brief break...Read More
Categories: december, winter,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Put on her Plaids and Went Right Away
Betty McNee was a curiously well-rounded kid
She sparkled and shone with whatever she did
She took after her grandpop, Jimmy McNee
Scottish and smart, she was joyful with glee.

Your granddad was wonderful the boxers all said.
They were horrified to find out Jimmy...Read More
Categories: december, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th
Form: Rhyme
by Michael R. Burch

Over hushed quadrants
forever landlocked in snow,
time’s senseless winds blow ...

leaving odd relics of lives half-revealed,
if still mostly concealed ...
such are the things we are unable to know

that once intrigued us so.

Come then, let us quickly repent
of whatever...Read More
Categories: december, education, extended metaphor, farewell, first love, graduation,
Form: Free verse