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Winter Haiku Poems

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

Premium Member Haiku Seasons
A leaf of Autumn
dies before cold of Winter
reborn come the Spring...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nature,

Crystalline baubles
Crystalline baubles
tumbling down from winter clouds
tossed by unseen hands.

No, more magical than that;
perhaps Gods game dice?

No, they’re white diamonds
refracting rays of sunlight
translucent snowflakes.


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Categories: appreciation, earth, environment, nature,

winter snow so warm
     In a dream-in a vision
Awake now-cold...

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Categories: snow, winter,


Snowy flakes on trees,
Creating frozen pictures,
Wintertime is here.


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Categories: snow, winter,

Premium Member Twenty-one Scenes Of Life And Poetic Thoughts
Twenty-one Scenes Of Life And Poetic Thoughts

That Resplendent Scene

winter white landscape
frozen limbs on ancient trees
old snowshoes ready

Robert J. Lindley,
Haiku, 12-08-2015

Fleeing Visions

dark shadows, death waits
sun burst...

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Categories: appreciation, art, creation, dedication,

The Cardinal
winter snow falls down
cardinal perched on old tree trunk
vivid red and white....

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Categories: seasons, weather,

Premium Member enchanted
warm your winter hearts
in the hearth of our moon song
chorus frogs chanting
chorus frogs chanting
in the hearth of our moon song
warm your winter hearts...

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Categories: nature,

Premium Member Springs Return
with winters passing
new growth from soil emerges  ~
flamboyant landscape

Written 29th March 2019.


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Categories: growth, spring, winter,

The Rake
winters over now
a rake leans on the tree bark
let the fun begin....

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Categories: winter,

Premium Member today brings change
today brings change
birds hail Spring's arrival 
Winter reliquishes...

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Categories: environment, spring, winter,

Premium Member Spring Equinox
Ol' man winter, gone
Today, the first day of spring
Bliss floats in the air

Date written and posted: 03/20/2019...

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Categories: day, spring,

Winter snow
bleak winter snow falls
frost builds outside my window-
crackling fire warms toes....

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Categories: seasons, snow, winter,

Premium Member haiku - dreaming
full moon sleepless night 
cold winter wind chills blooms tight-
deep sleep a faint howl 


Poetry Contest: 'Writing Challenge 2, March 2019 - Haiku-' 
Sponsored By:...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dog, dream, sleep, winter,

Silver white crystals
Bless the earth from the above 
wonderland begins

Date written-16 March 2019

Contest-Writing Challenge 2, March 2019 - Haiku- Poetry Contest

Sponsor-Dear Heart

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Categories: adventure,

Premium Member soft scarlet flutters
soft scarlet flutters
in winter's pristine chilled air—
a cardinal calls


Writing Challenge 2, March 2019 - Haiku- Poetry Contest
Sponsor Dear Heart...

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Categories: bird, snow, winter,

MEANINGFUL TO -the Haiku --

as the nature/spring
before dead brown breezily…
the leaves in spite of 

winter now soon spring
so dead before are the grounds…
betrayed by the...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, dedication, destiny,

Premium Member MEANINGFUL TO -the Haiku --
MEANINGFUL TO -the Haiku --

oh the winter spring
before dead brown breezily…
in spite of the leaves

3/15/19          ...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, blessing, meaningful,

Premium Member Imprints

                beneath the gray sky

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Categories: beauty, rain, snow,

Premium Member Late Winter - A Haiku
Late winter - A Haiku

Showery grayish
before late winter windy
out of early spring


Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2019©


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Categories: analogy, anxiety, spring, winter,

Premium Member Spring Almost In Sight
flowers soon appear 
while winter winds do die down
spring almost in sight

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, analogy,