Spring Poetry Poems

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


Premium MemberYOU HAVE COME by norberto franco cisneros
You come to me in dreams of color
Your face reflects gentle pastel colors
Colors drenched in pale butterfly wings
Colors one can see through gossamer wings

Looking at...

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Categories: poetry, longing, love,

ANGELS' BREATH by Sidney Beck
ANGELS’   BREATH



Yesterday there were none;
And it’s as if God suddenly 
Woke the angels and said,
“Let there be dandelions.”

I can’t resist the urge
To leave...

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Categories: poetry, flower, spring,



Nature's Spirits by Laura Simm
Above wet mosses tread quiet spirits,
Leaving blossoming boughs, and flowers abloom.
Between vivid light and verdant grasses,
It is here, where their wild hearts loom....

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Categories: poetry, beautiful, imagery, nature, simple,

The Hitch Hiker by Catelyn Meeker
The Hitch Hiker 

There was once a man on the side of the road, hair as white as December snow. He stuck his thumb out...

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Categories: poetry, deep, humanity, lonely, lost,

Premium MemberSpring is hope and a poem by Charlie Knowlton


          A birds joyous flutter of early May grand,
       ...

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Categories: hope, poetry, spring,

Dream Series: Apple Pie by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
I dreamed I accidentally bought two expensive tickets to a musical play about Thomas Jefferson, then figured, what the hell, Rhonda and I might as...

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Categories: poetry, dream, food, friend, happy,

Premium MemberVerda's Musings by Julia Ward

Verda (unusual name)

thought she should be thinking about spring.

It was February and dark outside.

She opened a book entitled "Spring"

and read a poem by Frost

that blew...

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Premium MemberCURSING THE COLD OF WINTER by norberto franco cisneros
The enormous distances of love
diminish the closer I get to you 
my love grows

word knowledge is meaningless
when knowledge of wordless thoughts
come and go with every...

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Categories: poetry, longing, love,

THE TONGUE by ELIAS MWANGI
The tongue is a dangerous and powerful weapon.
It spits out dung  and exposes bhang dealers.
Its color red is conspicuous and attractive;oblivious of its nature.
The...

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Categories: education, inspirational, poetry,

Premium MemberWinters treason by Charlie Knowlton


               Push over!…Move! Your side of the bed is November to...

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Categories: april, poetry, weather, winter,

Premium MemberWith apologies to Jack London by Charlie Knowlton

                 "Church St. people of the abyss."

  ...

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Categories: angst, drink, guitar, poetry,

Premium MemberIn Quiet Tranquility by millard lowe

Here I sit in the womb of room
gazing out into the sunlit day
consuming its tranquility,
 
In moss trimmed trees
squirrels play hide-and-seek
between branches laden with leaves
hued...

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Categories: poetry, bird, imagery, metaphor, sky,

Premium MemberSprings Ballad Grace by CayCay Jennings
Rough draft words beckon Spring’s lyrical pace
to tone ink blossoms dappled in deep prose.
As gentle breezes tend pen wispy throes,
vibrant refrains denote Spring’s epic place.
Primed...

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Categories: appreciation, creation, inspiration, poetry,

Easter by Lee Wood
The vivid colors are painted on the Easter flowers 
beneath a spectrum of infinite blue hues in the spring 
sky: they wave in triumph.

Against the...

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Categories: poetry, creation, easter, endurance, flower,

Ol Men, Brollies and Mem'ries by David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic
Little old men ‘neath big black Bumbershoots 
Meandering about in the soft Spring rain
Savoring the mornin’ air and mayhaps...
Recalling their youth once again

The very air...

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Categories: poetry, allah, appreciation, memory, rain,

These Seasons Which Sing in Silent Symphonies by Keith O.J. Hunt
These seasons which sing in silent symphonies,
   like the hush of a new age,
   like portals to pretence,
   actualized...

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Categories: beauty, nature, poetry, poets,

Passing On by Tom Cook
When I shall pass on to the heaven's above my ashes can be placed beneath a maple tree. When you pour the syrup you can...

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Categories: poetry, funeral, heaven, spiritual, spring,

Premium MemberPUNNETT POETRY by Mick Talbot
MAD MARCH HARES 
~~~~~~~
leverets'
first year
hiding
in meadows
very long pointed ears
frolicking fun
growing
mad March
hares 

DAFFODILS
~~~~~~~~

bulbs
patiently waiting
hoping
to feel
the warmth of spring
at last
winter 
lets go
daffodils
~~~~~~~~

SUNFLOWERS
~~~~~~~~

seedling
very lucky
germinated
rapid grower
when mature follows Sol
most...

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Categories: poetry, nature,

Premium MemberIn The Twilight of a Fading Virginia Winter by millard lowe

Like a dark water wave,
a flock of geese splashed
across the collaged, Virginia sky.

Teeming tall trees
stood rooted in juxtaposition.
Some stood poised
with outstretched naked arms;
while others stood...

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Categories: poetry, analogy, beauty, imagery, nature,

How Far Must One Fall When Her Bottom Is Near by James McLain
From the bottom of a dream, 
reaching out to you.
To it you give much thought when, 
one is awake.
Winter there when here there is green...

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