Seasons Poems | Examples of Seasons Poetry

Seasons Poems. Below are short, long, best, famous, and new examples of seasons poems. This list of poems for seasons is a great resource for examples of seasons poems and show how to write poems for seasons. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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Categories: clothes, color, funeral, mystery, seasons, snow, spring,
Snow white
by John Beam
covers barren land                      ...

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Premium MemberBACKYARD WAGON
by Kim Rodrigues
fascinated by the backyard wagon —
it leans against the aged oak.

sloshed with water in Spring,
levity of leaves of Fall,
catching snowflakes in Winter —
on its red...

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Categories: seasons, winter,
Winter On Display
by curtis johnson
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Categories: seasons, snow, winter,
Premium MemberA SNOW DAY COMES
by Judy Ball
A snow day comes.

Snowfall impedes mobility.
Now some venture out to test their ability.
Our streets and yards are pristine white.
We're trapped 'neath Winter's cold, grey light.

Don't...

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Premium MemberSpring's Preview
by Catie Lindsey
Gold Finch sings
a vibrant approach to spring
morning sun warms




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Categories: seasons, snow, weather, winter,
WINTER
by Mick Talbot



WINTER SERIES

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winter beauty
belies danger... all take heed
snow can kill

moonlit snow... behold
mountain hare's... shadows feeding
ermine coated stoats

winter ptarmigan...
shadows that move up hills
white fauna hiding

snow buntings... confounders
white...

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Categories: change, december, nature, night, seasons, sun, winter,
Winter Solstice
by Laurie Woodward
Days grow longer now
Night has lost the advantage
The sun is reborn...

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Categories: seasons, summer, sun, together,
A Season Not Our Own
by Bernard Chan

Let’s go where sheets of sea glide over sand, 
Scattering foamy blossoms at our feet, 
And ardent rays shall wounds of winter mend, 
Like suture...

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Categories: seasons,
A Handful of Haiku: Seasoned to Taste
by Jim Slaughter
As seasons change we
Watch in awe as Nature works
Her silent wonders

Trees in bud and blooms
In riotous display the
Stage is set for Spring 

Summer mem'ries filled
With...

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Categories: april, creation, happiness, nature, seasons, spring,
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Categories: autumn, death, earth, nature, seasons,
Haiku
by Amy Vale
brown carpet of leaves
death scattered, to be absorbed
feeding leaves of green...

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Categories: how i feel, love, seasons,
Love Seasons
by robin davis
Every season of the year
I can not believe your here
Bringing joy and happiness
I am truly really blessed
Having you in my life
To always be your loving...

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Categories: seasons,
Season's End
by DM Babbit
How sad it is
 when all the ornaments are ungowned
 and the decorations that once abound
 are boxed  lights and tree taken down.

Suddenly a...

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Categories: dream, longing, lost love, seasons, snow,
Premium Memberawaiting her love Monoku
by Rick Parise

sound of melting snow    rocking to and fro   the old worn chair
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Only Time Will Tell
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Categories: seasons,
Wintertime
by Leslie Young
Its that time of year the leaves all fall,
The days grow short as winter makes its call. 
Temperatures drop and the cold sets in;
Let's build...

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Categories: seasons,
JOURNEY TO SPRING
by Sidney Beck
JOURNEY TO SPRING



Dark bass of November’s unpolished brass
Trumpets no light to pass
From dead December’s muffled drums -
Makes all ears numb.
Finely pitched January’s strings 
Their blue...

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Categories: seasons,
Premium MemberSEASONS' PORTRAITS
by nette onclaud


seasons of  life     blush with vibrant, hued portraits… draining winter's grey



Monoku 4: Colours Contest of Silent One
1/3/2-17

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Categories: seasons,
Stepping from Fall to Winter
by Sonia Walker
Stepping from fall to winter
is a difficult journey for some,
our minds are still living in orange
as our surroundings turn white,
leaving us confused and in fright.

The...

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Categories: seasons,
No title
by Mary Steffen
january day
winter winds blown upon me
spring upon again...

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Categories: seasons, song,
Premium Membera silent song Tanka
by Rick Parise
a sadened teardrop
wiping the dew dropped window
as the fog lifts
I see your frozen steps
leading past the churchyard
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Categories: seasons, wisdom,
Premium Memberwisdom with age Monoku
by Rick Parise
before my head of gray  talking for hours  we were so wrong
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Categories: earth, environment, fate, humanity, seasons,
Deep Freeze December 2017
by matthew harris
No doubt an Eskimo as fabulous breeze
feeling in their element with style, elan 
   while snacking on crackers and cheese  

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Categories: seasons,
Shedding
by Sarah ROSEN
A stem
Losing its grip
Barely holding to the bark on the branch
Weakend slowly
From the weight of the leaf 
Too heavy to face the wind
Drooping down
Falling now
The...

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Categories: appreciation, christmas, seasons, winter,
The Most Special Night
by Alona Perlin
I walk along the sidewalks
Am filled with joy and glee
My heart swells with the feeling
That I will share with thee

Triumphant is this night here
It twinkles...

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Categories: appreciation, christmas, seasons,
The Enchantment of Christmas
by Alona Perlin
Glittering snow globes
Pine-scented wreaths
Winds from the North Pole
Blowing a breeze

Candy cane lanes
And beautiful sights
Gather on earth
On this magical night

Snow-covered needles
Blistery branches
Frost-painted windows
Icy-cold benches

Icicles hanging from...

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Categories: adventure, morning, night, seasons,
Premium MemberEMBERS AND SNOWFLAKES
by Curtis Moorman

EMBERS AND SNOWFLAKES

Deep in the forest a loon sounds a call
The fire is finally dying
As gentle snowflakes begin to fall
And honking geese are flying

The weary...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, change, december, seasons, weather, winter,
Haiku 134
by Stewart Watkins
Sun is sitting low
The air is bitingly crisp
O Winter Solstice...

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Categories: seasons, time,
Everything in Its Season
by DM Babbit
I would speak to you of the seasons set upon this earth.
  Each would make its mark ingrained when it is birthed.
Surely there is...

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Premium MemberThe Last Fall Morning
by Denis Barter
Silence was frozen in the morning cold:
no movement seen, except for untold
clouds of  ice crystals drifting in the air.
Of their glittering cascades, I was...

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Categories: christmas, earth, holiday, humor, seasons,
Premium MemberReasons for Seasons
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Honey. 
A question.

One?

For now.
Subject to chain-reaction change.

As long as we're clear
about our lack of restraining rules.

Quite so, dear.
I'm wondering about that line
"Jesus is the reason
for...

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The Day Slipped Away
by DM Babbit
I watched
 as the day slipped fast away.

The cold set a chill
 frosting the dew upon the grassy hill.

The birds and squirrels were wide awake
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Categories: seasons, spring, summer, winter,
Five Letter Words
by Stephanie Allen
Daisy, Lilac, Roses bloom
Ripen fruit, green trees
Clean house, fresh scent 
Sugar bunny, candy sweet 

Beach party
Sweet fried foods
Dance songs, music beats
River water, kayak rowed 

Dried...

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Categories: change, corruption, rights, seasons, simile, strength, uplifting,
Clear Lines
by Sona Wilae
allusive winds splatter metal amok
chasing leaves mark time across
cement jungles of error burn ravishing
imprints across eyes of the innocent

seasons beckon sweeping funnels
bitter rage evacuates human...

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Categories: seasons,
Dear Snow
by Iman Roy
Dear Snow
I know that you are cold 
But I also know that you are happy
I know that your flakes
Are your different moods
I know that your...

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Categories: history, hurt, loss, sad, seasons, tree, winter,
The Bleeding Tree
by David Welch
By a meander scar there stands a tree,
a survivor of long history,
in winter it does something quite strange,
red sap seeps out, and the snow it...

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