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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.


SNOWSTORM AFTERMATH
A heavy snowfall,
Icicles clinging to the bare branches,
Footsteps sunk through deep drifts,
Houses bombarded with snow,
Skating on the frozen lake,

Winter wiped out familiar landscapes....

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Categories: nature, snow, winter,



Premium Member I Long to Walk a Desert Path
I long to walk a desert path,
Where stunning violet shadows lie,
And high-flying eagles circle my way,
Curious about what creature am I.

Silhouetted in a streak of...

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Categories: imagery, nostalgia,

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 WINTER MONOKU
when all else is dead...
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Categories: flower, imagery,

Premium Member The Glitz The Glamour The Frost
The whiteness is blue, and wet, and fluffy to the eye,
Even when it is not.
It brings hot sweet cocoa and warm mittens into the memory,
Twinkling...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

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,

THE LAWNS OF PARADISE
THE LAWNS OF PARADISE



Dim road in Moscow’s winter taxi.
Maybe our Uzbek driver’s memory 
Drifts  to Bukhara,Tashkent and Samarkand: 
The shifting sands  and the...

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Categories: city, memory, romantic,

Christmastime
Cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and pumpkin, float on the air to my waiting nose.

Sounds of paper tearing while laughter echoes throughout each room, inundating my senses...

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Categories: celebration, children, christmas, family,

Santas Secrets
There are many secrets tucked
Carefully away at the North Pole;
Santa hides them on purpose, so 
You’ll never find them.

Things like the special camera 
He uses...

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Categories: celebration, childhood, christmas, december,

Premium Member Birthday Party Gone
People-shaped mists
Lapping, overlapping, floating.
Silent laughter, boxes and candles mingling;
Ribbons winding, curling bows;
The spirit man-designed year of our Lord;
Suddenly ending, suddenly beginning.

Love, lingering like a warm...

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Categories: age, birthday, imagery, memory,

Blackberries
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


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 Member AS IS MOMENT 16 one liner
Rossetti  remembers a bleak winter...

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Categories: imagery, winter, word play,

Adagio
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
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,

Foggy Pools of Gray
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 Member BIGFOOT THE LEGEND
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 Member SEVEN SLIVERS OF SPRING
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 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,