Snow Sestina Poems

These Snow Sestina poems are examples of Sestina poems about Snow. These are the best examples of Sestina Snow poems written by international poets.


Tornados by John Beam
A vortex of wind dancing, with drums of thunder  Waltzing, plunders the lands it turnsA partner revolves around the twisterThunderous beats escort the funnel...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, beauty, christian,

DREAM CHASER by Samuel Opara
A dull Christmas eve, still it was better than most
I’d heard of winter and snow in places far away
Of cold and frozen waters and rains...

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Categories: adventure, black african american,



Sestina Title 1A by james friske
Often after the fallen snow is swept, glory
Is found when the treading surface is clear.
A light dusting is a breeze to remove. For heavy slush...

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Categories: nature,

Snowman by Charlotte Kingsfield-Blake
He looked out at the snow and ice,
As a cold wind whistled winter
Through the door, bringing hope
Of making a real-life snowman,
A special friend for a...

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Categories: appreciation, best friend, child,

Lament The Loss and Nurture Hope by M. L. Kiser
Drought cooks a garden; 
foliage’s veins and arteries burn.
One wonders if rain will return; 
the ground, an abstract of cracks.
Baked by the sunlight, 
plants retreat;...

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Categories: earth, environment, nature, poems,

Premium MemberThe Nameless by Timothy Hicks
I live in an old forgotten castle,
Engulfed in a vast blanket of shadow,
Where without reason, there rustles the leaves
Evermore by the cold clandestine wind.
In the...

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Categories: confusion, lonely, lost, sorrow,

Premium MemberArm Chair Traveler by Carrie Richards
Is it any wonder
that words plucked out of the air
cannot describe these common things?
Too often, heedless, what eyes
acknowledge as ordinary, is ours
to behold with brighter...

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Categories: happiness, imagination, naturewords, world,

Premium MemberInner Child by Paula Swanson
In the unrestrained laughter of children,
is the exalted, purity of joy.
Just seeing that first Crocus of the Spring
or kittens, their antics, exuberant.
You can't help but...

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Categories: animals, childhood, family, happiness,

Premium MemberJoy Of Different Seasons (Worst) by Sara Kendrick
Sunlight at an angle dancing through colored leaves
Cool nights to snuggle beneath the sheets; warm days of ease
Last of gardens harvest; goodbye to summer's bees
Joyful...

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Categories: animals, life, nature, seasonswinter,

Premium MemberNe'er Gone by Debbie Guzzi
Forever in the wind, the gale, the tempest gone……
though, lingering caress of cheek and thigh remains		
as does the precious memory of fires glow.			
Winds leavings lesson,...

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Categories: devotion, lost love, love,

Premium MemberImaginary Road Trip by Carrie Richards
Is it any wonder
that words plucked out of the air
cannot describe these common things?
Too often, heedless, what eyes
acknowledge as ordinary, is ours
to behold with brighter...

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Categories: adventurewords, world, sun,

THE SUNNY ISLAND OF CAPRI by Andrew Crisci
The sunniest island,
with its Sea Stacks standing out
of the Tyrrhenian Sea,
shimmers as sailboats glide
in timeless serenity...
Paradise's duplication in man's heart.


Winter brings no drifts of snow,
only...

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Categories: music, peace, sea, seasonssea,

MY IRREPRESSIBLE AWE by Andrew Crisci
My irrepressible awe is clearly seen
in the colors of the seasons,
when all becomes veneration,
at the sight of every superb constellation,
which stands above me like Heaven,
to...

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Categories: faith, nature, visionaryme, me,

TO BE TAKEN INTO ETERNITY by Andrew Crisci
Having been born in legendary Italy,a country
as old as the stones of the Via Appia,
made me recall the fiery image of Attila...
the barbarian from Hungary,
who...

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Categories: happy, happy, me,

The Life Of a New Yorker by joseph berroa
Here living in the city of New York,
Those who oppose me will fall
Even though many are kind to me
People and its city must perish
Great damage...

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Categories: life, me, people, city,