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January Imagism Poems

These January Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about January. These are the best examples of Imagism January poems written by international poets.


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...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: winter,



Premium Member Light Time


Midday
I walked 
on a shadowy path
neath swaying palms,
as its twirling fronds 
cast sparkles
skipping on my shoes
and same as a clock,
I then wound around
and stepped on
its...

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Categories: light, time,

Premium Member Mirror Mirror


I was in a room,
there, I saw a mirror,
and then I saw him,
I told him to get out,
and he did,
and he took the mirror,
and I...

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Categories: analogy, imagery, mirror,

Premium Member Mystical Magic Surrounds Jack Frost's Handiwork
Frosted icicle ledges 
Cold air surprises our noses
Hard diamond water forms ice
Asthmatics run for their inhalers

Dripping icicles forms well tipped arrows
Crystal spider webs of glass...

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Categories: winter,

Premium Member Frost Faerie is Amazed At Her Own Power
Nothing was moving on this frosted gray winter's day.
Birds long gone. Woodland creatures hibernating elsewhere.
Everything was iced, a dazzling glitzy frosted heaven.

There were twinkle lights...

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,



Her Winter Blooms


Delicately formed snowflakes flutter
down from heaven like diamond lace-
gently brushing her lips
and the frost melts and drips
across a heart- formed mouth,
the scent of her skin...

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© Rora Onna  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imagery, snow,

Premium Member Her Wish Eternal
I slowly open the old, rusty cemetery gate that groans,
      it squeaks and creaks in the still night,
  ...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, poems,

My Nascent Poetic Tribute To Black History Month mini chap book 1
this just one example of many peoples
   UNFAIRLY subjected
to subservience and exempt
   from enjoying the fruits of their labor.

January twelfth two...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

HOW I WONDER WHAT YOU ARE
HOW I WONDER WHAT YOU ARE . . . . 




The shivering grey of gloomy December’s
Sky is  banished by the frost of January ...

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Categories: allusion, inspirational, stars,

Premium Member EIGHT ELEMENTS OF WINTER
last Autumn colours -
lost in winter snow.

twin vapour trails
on sky November blue,
Canada geese in formation-
head south.

November sombre,December dark,
January,February cold and stark
Rain filled days of slush...

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Categories: imagery, winter,

THE YEARLY DOZEN
THE  YEARLY  DOZEN

The slow worry of bright empty January,
Lies here under snow-ridden
Cold-fingered February on a frozen levee,
Endures embattled days with
March’s gales around the...

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Categories: seasons,

Premium Member ''Poetry Eternal''
I slowly open the old, rusty cemetery gate that groans,
      it squeaks and creaks in the still night,
  ...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: betrayal, death, poetry,

Miss First January

Miss First January canoed from the clouds
And anchored right beside Mr. Midnight
Red flower on the right, a book on the left
Traveling bag strapped on her...

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Categories: addiction, analogy, destiny, humanity,

Premium Member Fantasy- The Disney Land of Imaginations
She covets luxury so unprecedented
especially a lingerie made by a thousand hands
with sparkling diamonds out of bounds to human sight
and covers made out of a...

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Categories: fantasy, life,

Premium Member SIGNS OF THE TIMES
SIGNS OF THE TIMES

Wow, this is cool.
Spectacular and groovy
So real to my intellect that I feel that I am a noetic ambiance.
Surreal and extroverted
I am...

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Categories: imagery, life, metaphor, psychological,

Premium Member RISKY BUSINESS
Within the imagination lives a breath of fresh air.
A city full of people sharing and caring.
A man with a limp walks with his cane telling...

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Categories: autumn, birth, childhood, city,

Walking Home
Air breaks 
off in pieces 
and slips
to the ground.

Breath comes
and goes
ruluctantly
like glaciers.

In a window
as big as
they sky,
a burst of yellow

stands tall 
on someone's sill.
Fingers of...

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Categories: imagery, january, nature, winter,

Premium Member Rock Solid Float
Written by Gail DeBole on January 5, 2013
Updated on April 7, 2017

With you on the Ground…

And I floating…

Every once in a while

A breeze lifts me

The...

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Categories: best friend, family, feelings,

MERCILESS CITY
MERCILESS   CITY

Grimy city blocks worn and cold are lost
In rusted steel and roots of permafrost. 
Faintly emerging from the gloom hazily misted,
The crane’s...

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Categories: urban,

MORNING MEMORY
MORNING  MEMORY


When the cold morning air strikes my face
Through the open window  I think of Edinburgh  
Always cold  fresh  bracing...

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Categories: places, morning,