Winter Grave Poems

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


snowy grave -teddy's journey II- by Frisk Carris
The cold,
	It bites, stings, and burns. 
	And yet, 
	I stay as the night turns. 

	Even now,
	I can’t feel even your spirit.
	You’ve wandered,
	So far away, I...

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Categories: grave, absence, bereavement, winter,

Season of Doom by Richard Olson


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Categories: grave, winter,



Consumed life's winter frame by Subimal Sinha-Roy
Frozen sky and frosted ground
In the mystique grey of departing light 
They meet in the abode of those departed. 
The identities dissolve in inseparable oneness...

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Categories: bereavement, death, grave, winter,

Mourning by Will Overstreet

In the first week of December
The winter was cold and bitter
I stepped into the night and shivered and moaned
Enraptured by the wind and the vast...

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Categories: grave, best friend, death of

Scenery Of The Cemetery by Pin Dew
The tree with its half-dead, half-alive leaves,
The erratic flights of the swallow-tail,
The coarse, but peaceful, bed of dried-up grass:
It's late winter in the cemetery.

-Pin Dew...

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Categories: beauty, bird, earth, grave,

A lone leaf by Aidan Dufaux
Clinging desperately
A lone leaf
On an autumn branch,
Enduring the cold winds that blow
The breath of winter,
The darkened skies,
The bare branches of a skeleton tree.
One more push...

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Categories: autumn, death, deep, grave,

ECHO OF THE GRAVE by adrian crevan
In dominant night chill of the winter breeze,
As i walked into the realm that was ceased,
A dark cluttered voice converged and groomed,
echoed with an offense...

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The Grave Yard, Part-2 by Md Shahadat Hossain
The springs wind used to cry in the vacant field.
The passers by used to shed their tears, in the mean time the leaves of the...

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Categories: grave, death,

Premium MemberRaven Dreams by arthur vaso
I flew alone in the white winter night
Cold winds and ice deep within my weary fright
In the night my mind in the darkest of dark
Death...

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Categories: angel, beautiful, funeral, grave,

Bone chilling by T.I.R.O. JY
Winter sunlight on the fields
A murder calls in flight through misty yields
Banks of bracken smothered in shadow falls
Thunder through the valley calls

Stiffening muscles ache in...

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Categories: dark, fear, grave, light,

Premium MemberThe Nail by arthur vaso
The nail

One point
One arrow
One strike

Blood spurts
Blood Flies
Blood cries

Two moments
Two holding outstretched hands
Two lonely lovers in strange lands

Veins cease to flow
Veins leaking into the earth
Veins grasping...

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Categories: deep, grave, philosophy, spiritual,

Premium MemberCaressed By Vines by Sandra Haight
Caressed By Vines


Like tender loving arms, they wrap around
   old monuments of stone set on the ground.
Those silent sentinels that stand their guard
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Categories: bereavement, grave, tribute,

A Winter's Rime by Robert Liam McCallum
(In a churchyard in Northern Ireland)


Through the broken and barren trees
Winter exhales its coldest breeze
From the wintry breath of northern seas
That can chill the warmest...

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Categories: bereavement, death, grave, ireland,

The Black Forest by Bo Lanier
Well I am no stranger to
The kiss of death
The closer the sun sets
I can hear you calling to
Me creature of the night 
Where the winter...

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Categories: emotions, fantasy, grave,

Mother of all by Zakhe Michael Mcunu
Come when you are ready to love me
And come when you realized more of love
The time when flesh mean nothing than dust
Come when you are...

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Categories: fear, funeral, garden, grave,

Untitled 31 by Daniel Dixon
The graveyard is pregnant. With each expiration,
emotions are buried before taking root in darkness.
They are coaxed from their hibernation before fruiting.
It is always Spring there,...

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Categories: death, grave, love,

Wait For Spring by V P Mahur
Neither you nor your love
Is any more with me
Perhaps we cannot be
One, in this sorrowful world
The heart frequently
Convinces me
The end of this life
Would be a...

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Categories: grave, imagery, sad, sad

Premium MemberAfter the fall by Kelly Crenshaw
Quite frankly, I don't remember at all
You see I was quite young when I took my first fall.
Don't know which parent was there to catch...

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Categories: grave, age, childhood, children, christian,

Premium MemberTrees by Shadow Hamilton
Watch and listen carefully.
There, do you hear the stirring?
Wander over and move the bracken
see the hedgehog scurry away,
now fat and sleepy


Tall pines are waving
as the...

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Categories: angel, animal, grave, nature,

gallows tune by Christopher Pitts
twisted branches cast their shadows
upon dusk infested gallows
slowly bringing up some shallow
hollow eyes, so full of fear

waiting out the fall and winter
with tighter ropes in...

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Categories: grave, death, family, farewell, fear,