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Spring Imagism Poems

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


Premium Member Arts and crafts from grains of sand
Life is a smile of a newborn in mother's arms

Arts and crafts of stained glass from grains of sand

Freedom of a chick on its very...

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Categories: life, metaphor,



The Art Of Living


The soil is doting deep and the roots are strong, 
the tree of life survives the surge of all storms.
From the spring-strewn sky allure of...

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Categories: imagery, inspirational, life,

Premium Member Seasons Mirror


Spring bring forth the LIFE
Summer living the BREATH
Autumn dying near STRIFE
Winter raptures our DEATH


2019 September 09


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Categories: autumn, life, mirror, nature,

Man the scientific tool box
eyes the bi-camera
nose the bi-air detector
tongue the reporting journalist
legs the walk man’s prop roots
hands the defense acrobat
ears the spying  radar instrument
hair the cushion cover
stomach...

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Categories: body, metaphor,

Premium Member Mistress of the Meadow Maybe
I am the sorcerer of nothing
The master of no one
The author of an imaginary missive still in the bowels of non-existence

I am the queen of...

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Categories: spring,



Premium Member When Does Chloris Arrive
When does Chloris Arrive
The marigolds were a twitter
The tea roses were entranced
The faerie princess doing cartwheels
The lambs ears were brushing sweetly against each other
The brownies...

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Categories: spring,

Premium Member Perennials In Their Seasons
Winter perennials lavished with hope
under layers of crisp snow
waiting their turn 

Spring perennials hope to be noticed
duller than annuals
but more dependable and loyal

Summer perennials outlasting...

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Categories: flower, garden,

Premium Member Exquisite Spring Softness
Exquisite spring softness floating in casually
Delighting the meadow with her yearly dance
Ruby red dahlia and cheerful neon pink geranium
Urging their prime buds toward the surface,

Frothy...

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Categories: spring,

Easter


Easter whispers an’ light tickles
Roaring thunder for all to utter
Forces of nature, utmost belief
The beginning of all things end
Easter bells’ and skies fence
The prayers begin,...

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Categories: angel, god,

SPRING BLUES
Ah! The birds delicate voice sings
Dawn broke! Precious chirping ringing in my ears
The exaggerated sun rays lift the beauteous hues
But for some reason the experience...

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© stacey law  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blue, imagery, rose,

THAW

THAW




The fearsome ice
Held us all in thrall
  - Mighty,  weeks ago  -
Now bows its head 
To the sun’s holy fire:
Subjugated without grace,
Piercing...

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Categories: color, spring, weather, winter,

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 Beads Of Dew
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Categories: nature, rain, simile, sound,

Premium Member Fall's Charred Breakfast
The croissants of buttered hills
glisten in the searing marmalade
of August's arid oven.
September's cinnamon swirl
scorches muffin-colored homes,
the flames smothered
as October rains
send lives and mud
sliding into the...

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Categories: autumn, fire, imagery,

Premium Member The Patience of Desert Sand

The desert sand lies tearless,
Not rising into stem nor leaf,
To allow creation of some waxy flower,
Shifting, winding with the Maker’s wind,

And then

The Creator’s mind takes...

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Categories: color, imagery, miracle,

Overrun By Teddy Bears And Beanie Babies
twas the bright idea of zee missus aye air
and dedicate this poem
(yes tis correct, if you bare
lee remember this mister

did formerly she push duck clear
addressed...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Think Spring
Now, unlike my usually trenchant literary librettos, i regale the unknown (tum me) reader for savoir faire articulation, elocution, and indomitable tour de force proffered...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

the best kind of spring morning
Sandals-and-sweater weather
Rain-and-mushroom-growing weather
Freshly-flowered-flora weather
Breathing-deep-the-bright-clean-air weather
Like-water-after-minty-gum weather
Every-single-color weather
Open-all-the-windows weather
Flower-perfume-loosening weather
Briskly-blowing-breezy weather
Grass-is-greener weather
Pastel-tips-of-petals weather
Swinging-from-rough-boughs weather
Down-to-earth weather
Sprout-from-beneath weather
Breaking-sweet-awakening weather....

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© Ryn Dove  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, change, nature,

Tulips
Pretty rows of Tulips standing straight and tall
Sipping morning dew drops by the garden wall 
You look like lovely ladies gathered for a chat
Each displaying...

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Categories: spring,

A True And Beautiful Word
A true and beautiful word
The woods in desert
With fruits
And sweet spring.
...

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Categories: beautiful, peace, true love,