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Winter Lay Poems

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

Premium Member Hooray, Longer Days
The days are getting longer now-
our Winter Solstice made the turn,
so minutes added do endow
rays of the Sun more time to burn.
End of December, days...

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Categories: day, sunset, weather,

Premium Member Spring Birds - CL
Robins are a delight to see
When winter snow is almost gone
To see them chirp and bounce with glee
And hear songbirds singing at dawn

An eagle soars,...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, bird, spring,

Premium Member White lay on Schuman lake the snow
The snow lay white on Schuman lake
this afternoon. The ice
gleamed in the sun. I went to take
a picture. It looked nice.

White lay on Schuman lake...

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Categories: lay, funny, winter,

Premium Member Nor'easters - CL

Winter heaves and a blizzard forms
clogging the roads with flakes of snow.
Temperatures fall below norms
whilst wintry winds wantonly blow.

Tow-trucks struggle with cars in tow
Nor’easters are...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Seeking A Slice Of Sunshine-LEI

On yearning wings of dream I fly
on cloud nine to your fold, my sky.

My heart unfurls petals of rose
where I feel your dew face repose.


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Categories: happiness, love, metaphor, sunshine,

Winter Waits
Last spring arrived with soft cocoon
I dreamed that love would visit soon
The butterfly that graced my arm
Soon flew – she thought I meant her harm

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: butterfly, longing, love, seasons,

Premium Member a wilted rose-Lei
is love to be a wilted rose
to fade beneath the winter snows

to pierce itself with its own thorn
its beauty hide in death to mourn

i watch...

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Categories: analogy, flower, love, rose,

Premium Member Winter Birds - LEI
A blue jay cries high in the tree
on a branch, vibrant blues we see

A cardinal pair perched for seed
as the bright red male takes the...

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Categories: bird, nature, winter,

Adam Lay Ybounden translation
Adam Lay Ybounden
(anonymous Medieval English Lyric, circa early 15th century AD)
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

Adam lay bound, bound in a bond;
Four thousand winters, he...

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Categories: lay, religious,

Premium Member To my darling daughter, as I lay me down
As I lay me down to sleep, for the last and final time
I leave you, my daughter, with this testament's chime

No matter the temperature, no...

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Categories: lay, appreciation, light, love, nature,

As Love Lay Dying
We planted love inside our hearts
a rooted tree, when but a seedling
Carved our initials deep in the trunk
with rings worn on our left fingers
In early...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, lost love,

Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 3
Ask your friend, neighbour or even a stranger newly-met
Have they ever been damaged by a ‘trust’ ….now turned ‘regret’?
Most men, if not all, have fashioned...

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Categories: abuse, corruption, earth, i

Rhyme Scheme:

I took a journey in life to see the world.

I was just a nature freak culturally in love.

I knew when I reached my peak;...

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Categories: baptism, beautiful, birth, business,

be a godly child 
do it with a smile
show your good side
do it world wide
help the poor soul
young and old
there's still or folks
no matter if...

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Categories: adventure, devotion, fantasy, seasons,

Big City Life I See You
Looking out onto to the glare off the streets, it almost appears as if the asphalt were a 

sheet of glass, as the rain pours...

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Categories: life, people, social, urban,

Eye Will Lay
Eye Will Lay

Eye will lay my head apart they make it hard for my Jesus to place me together 
again like a scarecrow man...

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Categories: lay, death, devotion, faith, wedding,

When Autumn became a Winters' day 
The snow flake falling 
That Winter Queen lay........... 
She heard the Heartstone calling 

Her sleigh, gold and light 

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Categories: lay, imagination, seasons, uplifting, visionary,

Working Class
Wrinkles and twinkles and wind colored cheeks
callused old feelings well hidden

Take a ride in Old Vermont across the covered bridges
Wander through the woods of Maine...

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Categories: history, on work and