Seasons Idyll (Idyl) Poems
These Seasons Idyll (Idyl) poems are examples of Idyll (Idyl) poems about Seasons. These are the best examples of Idyll (Idyl) Seasons poems written by international poets.
The Train Immortal
The train immortal blazes a path
Through the seasons of Norway, stopping at my doorstep
To unload a passenger, who looks at me,
Then lounges back,
Taking an apple...
allah, death, religion, religious,
it's time ... our beginning .... our ending
I hear them crying...
as they carry me on their shoulder...
placing me gentle like mother touch,.... down...
An unwelcome guest
You boldly pushed autumn aside.
Your fierce winds blow her fallen leaves
Forcing her to say goodbye.
Your bitter cold makes us cringe
As we reach for...
art, dedication, devotion, happiness,
Autumns hues of crimson and gold, will soon replace.
Silently, I gaze from secret place
Consumed by memories
Of happiness shared of you and me,
IN THE YELLOWING CORN
animals, nature, seasons,
Field mice nest on stalks,full of harvest food;
The lark departs now,with her second brood.
American Doublet form...
melts the lying
food, nature, seasons,
Alexander leaves now shiny green,
Young stems for a tender cusine;
Lambs lettuce in a salad course
Jacj in the Hedge with mutton sauce;
Sweet Cicely , Marjoram mix...
animals, places, seasons,
To the forest I must go.
Trees laden down with snow.
Winding paths, towering poles.
Secret hidy holes.
Little faces watch, as you go by.
With a flicker of the...
THE FOUR QUEENS
happiness, imagination, mystery, uplifting,
The Spring Queen.......
Fresh and new
Emerging colour too
The colour of new green,
finished off in blue
Edged in snow...
life, nature, seasons,
Do raindrops know
when dandelions cry
flowing flaxen feelings
like honeysuckle hues
cuddling a marigold morning
Will weeping willows wake
parched parades of poppies
silted by searing seasons
stigmas of seedless seduction...
imagination, nature, peace, seasons,
The sun is set,
dew kisses my skin.
The sky darkens
and the day comes to an end.
The darkness succumbs
to the light of the moon.