Winter Imagism Poems

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


Premium MemberWinter's Pewter Ghost by Dale Gregory Cozart
Like an eye through a keyhole
the moon's eclipse obfuscates
sun's white incandescence,
turns the solstice to morgue-gray.

As mist rises from a charcoal lake
laced with ice's torn edges
minions...

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Categories: color, imagery, moon, winter,

Blackberries by Darrell Hoover
Saturday morning...
I drive to the old country dirt road...
I park and walk up to my blackberry honey hole... I hear nothing but the birds and...

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Categories: nature,



Her Winter Blooms by Rora Onna


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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Categories: imagery, snow,

Premium MemberAS IS MOMENT 16 one liner by Brian Strand
Rossetti  remembers a bleak winter...

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Categories: imagery, winter, word play,

Adagio by Michelle Rensburg
White rain
Falling
Like grains of rice
Feather-like
And frozen

Innocent, born in a breath
Bare, the new will replace the death



Weightless
Thoughtless
Senseless
Cold
Clean
Nothing here grown
Nothing in between
Only Adagio

*  *  *...

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Categories: appreciation, birth, blessing, change,

Overrun By Teddy Bears And Beanie Babies by matthew harris
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 by matthew harris
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,

Premium MemberEsperanza by Wayne Kingston
winter
warming Sol 
backlights
solar illumination 
streamed before ~
Feliz Año Nuevo...

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Categories: future, hope,

Foggy Pools of Gray by Marsha Smith
Lost in deep of winter woods,
swirls of fog drink me in; 
strokes like shadows etched by pine, 
snowflakes dust a gelid fringe.

Stoking flame of blushing...

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Categories: beauty, imagery, romantic, winter,

Premium MemberBIGFOOT THE LEGEND by Michael E. Harris
I once spent the winter 
Near the town willow creek.
It wasn't adventure 
I attempted to seek.
The cabin elevation 
Was 5000 foot.
My goal that winter 
Was...

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Categories: fun, humor, humorous, imagery,

Premium MemberSEVEN SLIVERS OF SPRING by Brian Strand
hedgerows greenup-
nature's pastiche
awakens from winter sleep.

Quiet greets the Spring morn,
a shaft of light diffuses night 

snow melts slowly-
a trickle,unseen,runs free 
begins a new spring
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A babbling...

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Categories: imagery, spring,

Premium MemberEIGHT ELEMENTS OF WINTER by Brian Strand
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,

Premium MemberMOLAR AND THE TOOTH FAIRY by Vee Bdosa
    MOLAR AND THE TOOTH FAIRY
It's like I was sucking on a Sugar Baby
caramel delicacy oozing
between my bicuspids and incisors,
sweetness of the...

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Categories: abuse, age, assonance, betrayal,

The Hostler's Daughter by The Forlorn
Lassie, pretty, invincible pleasure
The pride of a skilled crafter!
There lived on the landscapes a farrier,
By the ruins of Ottoman Empire.
His daughter, heaven's courtier!
A professional innkeeper;
Sometimes...

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Categories: imagination,

Premium MemberFACING MOTHER NATURE by Michael E. Harris
SPRING FLOWERS
SUMMER SHOWERS
AUTUMN BREEZE
FALLING LEAVES
WINTER HERE
WINTER THERE
ALWAYS WINTER
ON EARTH SOMEWHERE
HURRICANES ROCK
TORNADO'S BLOW
VOLCANO'S ERUPT
LAVA FLOWS
EARTHQUAKES RUMBLE
LIKE THUNDER STORMS
FOR MOTHER NATURE
IT'S THE NORM
ROGUE WAVE
SUDDEN TSUNAMI
BEFORE I SEE...

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Categories: autumn, endurance, imagery, nature,

Premium MemberBirch in Winter by Dale Gregory Cozart
Gray arteries 
are laid bare
An altar
is beset
by hands 
of crones
begging alms 
in pulses
of arboreal blood
grasping 
at drab vestments
of indifferent sky


1st Place
Early June Standard Contest
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Categories: nature, tree, winter,

Premium MemberAlpine Wind by Dale Gregory Cozart
It is too hot and humid for September!
Even dust specks descending in the room's sunlight
are beads of sweat running down my sides.
I bring pencil, crossword...

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Categories: humor, longing, weather,

Premium MemberStill Life with Passion and Regret by Dale Gregory Cozart
It is an unseasonable March day.
My kitchen blinds are drawn against morning sun,
their slender slats like new skin protecting the body's vital organs;
eyelids before this...

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Categories: fantasy, flower, garden,

Seasonal Death by John Bertin
through a mud stained field
and thickets galore
mountaintops blue in the haze
walked through hayfield stubble
with a damp, faithful dog

I am anticipating Halloween
but thoughts dissolve quickly
in fields...

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Categories: mountains, nature, october, seasons,

Sweet Swallow by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
A swallow escaped afar
from winter land, tundra-land
into my net it entered
beautiful, colorful it was

It could sing nice melodies
forked tail tickled my heart
I could dance and...

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Categories: irony, lost love, relationship,