Spring Seasons Poems

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


Silent Spring by Winston Ritson
Silent Spring
Their buzzing gone
Wrist flick done
Peace at last

Silent Spring
Glinting lights dark
Children's laughter stark
Quiet at last

Silent Spring
Bugged windscreen
Butterfly spleen
Clean at last

Silent spring
Digital melodies
Comforting remedies
Dead at last...

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Categories: insect, inspiration, seasons,

Premium MemberI See the Sky by Joseph May
 Within your eyes I see the sky
 reflected in a shade of blue
 Flowers bloom for spring is nigh
 And all things are made...

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Categories: butterfly, rain, seasons,



Untitled by Luicina Gaiser
Cotton candy tongue
Flutter of soft pink and white
Herald the spring snow...

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Categories: candy, change, flower, seasons,

Premium MemberSummer by Charles Gragg
As Spring slowly fades into Summer
the warmth of the days intensifies
and the green hills turn to a golden brown.
Flowers that glistened with life bathed by
soft...

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Categories: nature, seasons, summer,

Premium Memberhaiku by Mick Talbot
a special spring morn
pages haiku adorn
unblemished reason

...

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Categories: nature, seasons, spring,

Premium MemberScenic Memories by Heidi Sands
Winter hangs onto the top of the mountain with some snow
Spring has taken over below, with greenery, flowers and warmth
While cold memories are transformed in...

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Categories: beauty, memory, seasons,

Premium MemberCycles by Nina Parmenter
Spring brings a song to the street,
Then the summer sprays fragrances sweet,
Well, the autumn can trick or can treat,
And the winter’s last laugh is the...

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Categories: nature, seasons,

The Beauty of the Seasons by Carol Bocchino
I was looking out my window
One morning on a spring day,
The sun was oh so bright
As the birds were chirping away

As I was looking out...

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Categories: beautiful, seasons, weather,

Premium MemberOLD MAN WINTERS FAMED NORTHERN LIGHTS by Michael E. Harris
SUN SAT DOWN, NITE ROLLED IN,
BRINGING ALONG HIS WHISPERING WINDS.
FROST ARRIVED WITH COLD AND CHILL.
THEY WERE ALL EXCITED, EXPECTING A THRILL.
MOON WAS LIT, BUT STILL...

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Categories: seasons, creation, culture, imagination, international,

Premium MemberThe Four Faces Of Nature by Emile Pinet


Spring dapples the landscape in shades of green
as life sprouts within a seed or a bean.
And flowers add color to every scene
flaunting exotic pigments rarely...

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Categories: seasons, 8th grade, beautiful, change,

Premium MemberSpring's Unspoken Message by Carol Connell
Gone is  the long winter with its bone chilling freeze.
Spring is evidenced by bright buds on the trees.
Temperatures have risen to pleasant degrees.
Perfume of...

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Categories: seasons, appreciation, beauty, god, nature,

Premium MemberA haibun Reply by Mick Talbot
A haibun reply:

I envy you, hope it has been inspirational for you, and reading your last haiku I think it has! My concern, or argument...

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Categories: nature, pollution, seasons,

Premium MemberSome Questions Answered by Mick Talbot

come in your welcome
sit outside it's sweltering 
ice cold beer imbibe
~
intellect knowledge
haiku speak for themselves...
late spring is kigo
~
no haiku explained
forbidden notes with answers
read reviews
~
nature is...

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Categories: nature, seasons,

Premium MemberHutinashro Butterfly Wings by Emile Pinet


When butterflies take to the air
it is such a joyous affair.
For it means spring has come at last
and the wild flowers are in bloom.
Weaving beauty...

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Categories: seasons, 9th grade, beautiful, butterfly,

Premium MemberLate Winter Morning by Sunlite Wanter
Puffs of cotton blowing high,
Hiding, then revealing 
The warmth of the light,
Shadows across my face concealing
A late winter morning confused
By the finger of spring.

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Categories: allusion, seasons,

Premium MemberNewal by Stephe Watson
The season's new,
the day's light?  Old.

My weary eyes,
seeking cheeks,
first blur then blacken
these wisteria 'n lilac views.

Meditating falling to
slumber?
No matter.

Meditating or life
leaking?
No matter.

Nothing more to
see....

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Categories: philosophy, seasons, spring, winter,

Premium MemberColors Contrast by Heidi Sands
Far across the green pasture miles
The mountain was spotted with snow
Colors of spring brought many smiles
Yet the cool shining white did glow

The mountain held onto...

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Categories: beauty, color, seasons,

Spring Revival by Poetic Flame
               Spring Revival

When Spring shows, life turns young
Flowers dancing to the...

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Categories: seasons, spiritual,

Premium MemberBirds and the Bees by Brendan J. Simons
Dearest springtime, you have come yet again!
Bestowing us with the cock of sunrise,
Whose doodle-does rise both poet and pen,
Musing what’ll be your forget-me-not size.

I’m dandy...

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Categories: humor, satire, seasons, spring,

Spring Melt by Darlene De Beaulieu
The escarpment in spring is a beautiful sight
Way above, I see the melting snow
Travelling down a zaigzag course
That Mother nature traces

Like a little waterfall flowing...

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Categories: seasons, spring, time,