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Winter Rhyme Poems

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

Premium Member Fashionable Fall
Fashionable Fall flaunts her lustrous leaves,
catwalks flowing flora with earnest ease.
Haunting lullabies from the quaking trees
cast chilling currents from mountain to keys.

Dancing diamonds of glistening...

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Categories: autumn, environment, nature, seasons,

Premium Member Autumnal

The breeze blows the somber summer screen away,
the silken sky revives to radiate the argentine allure, 
clumps of cloud turning white cotton from canvas grey,

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Categories: autumn,

Tropical Vacation
In our haste to pack we left winter behind 
Easy to forget with thoughts of paradise filling our minds 
As we depart from the plane...

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Categories: holiday, ocean, travel,

Premium Member Winter's slow dawn
As summer fades, leaves start to fall;
old memories, you won’t recall
get slowly taken by the worms.

It’s sometimes hard to come to terms
with winter leaving branches...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Till My Sun No Longer Shines

Now let me see what's on my mind
Is it still clicking along
Will I get any kind of advance warning
When I won't be singing life's song


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Categories: life,

Premium Member titled
(This time I've quoted my own poem titles. Everything in quotes is a title.)

"Dear reader," again, this monolog persists.
We're no longer "sparring" with figurative fists.


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Categories: betrayal, goodbye, hurt, lost

An Early Fall Day
On a carpeted path I walked alone,
through naked valleys and forested hills.
Though tis only the first day of your birth,
already your breath portends winter’s chill.


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Categories: poetry,

Green to red to gold
As the days get shorter, and the nights get colder, and the leaves turn green, to, red to gold,
Let fall come slowly from hot to...

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Categories: autumn, color, conflict, environment,

The Medicinal harvest
Shortening daylight
As summer turns fall
To harvest for winter
Gathering all
That is needed in darkness
As nights draw in
Preserving the summer
And the magic within. 
Picking the jewels
Leaf, flower...

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Categories: health, magic,

The Last Leaf
The leaves begin to change their hue and fall,
The tree's look like skeletons all spindly and tall.

We run through the piled leaves, kicking them up...

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Categories: autumn, beauty, childhood, seasons,

Premium Member Autumn's Golden Symphony
Written: September 22, 2023

Shimmering shadow sinks sandy saffron shrouds  
Beneath azure skies, wispy wise wool clouds. 
Incalescences in a skid, distinct buds in the...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, autumn, beauty,

Premium Member So
Is that the same habitual pain 
The one I didn’t expect 
To reappear once again
Like fume of menthol cigarette
I smoked ten thousand days ago
When snow...

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Categories: autumn, feelings, winter,

Poems about Shakespeare

Fleet Tweet: Apologies to Shakespeare
by Michael R. Burch

a tweet
by any other name
would be as fleet!

Fleet Tweet II: Further Apologies...

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Categories: philosophy, poems, poetry, poets,

Premium Member Splendour of the Fall
Leaves commence the dance of splendour 
In illustrious September
In colours of red, brown and gold
The fall is glory to behold.

What joy it is to stand...

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Categories: autumn, nature, seasons,

Premium Member Grove of Anguish
Written: September 17, 2023

In the misty, morbid moors of winter mantle,
Meadows lay barren in gray shades and prattle.
Skies, akin to canvas, drawn with grief and...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, tree, winter,