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Short December Poems

Short December Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about December by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about December by length and keyword.


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Short December poem by nikhileswari swaminathan| Details |

marzipan

crystalline water
descending on tree branches
marzipan on cake

Copyright © nikhileswari swaminathan | Year Posted 2014

Short December poem by Moon Flower| Details |

ruffled leaves

ruffled leaves
in the early hours
bewildered hen

12/12/16

Copyright © Moon Flower | Year Posted 2017

Short December poem by Teresa Adkins| Details |

Winter Haiku

Here I sit at work
watching snow tumbling down
thinking about home

Copyright © Teresa Adkins | Year Posted 2014

Short December poem by Christian Childs| Details |

Peace of Nature

Peace of nature shows
how relaxing life can be
and can show you truth 

Copyright © Christian Childs | Year Posted 2013

Short December poem by Abdullah Alhemaidy| Details |

Light Blue Snowflake

a calm blue snowflake
white all over on the land
how lovely to see!

Copyright © Abdullah Alhemaidy | Year Posted 2016

Short December poem by Marty King| Details |

sensational showstopper haiku

christmas light touring
just right around the corner
hungry for delight

Copyright © Marty King | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Julia Ward| Details |

December

december, this year,

and desiring a new start

calendar is thin

Copyright © Julia Ward | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Julia Ward| Details |

December - reposted

december, this year,

and desiring a new start

calendar is thin

Copyright © Julia Ward | Year Posted 2016

Short December poem by Arty Rico Jones| Details |

Chritmas Tree presents

Pretty Christmas tree
Nice presents under the tree
Christmas Day is soon

Copyright © Arty Rico Jones | Year Posted 2013

Short December poem by Makoto Ogino| Details |

Winter - 1, Cold wind

Cold wind passed my side
Just I wanted much to hide
But park was too wide

Copyright © Makoto Ogino | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Michael Campbell| Details |

Winter

Winter snows falling
White the world, crisp and cleanly
Drifting slowly along

Copyright © Michael Campbell | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Harshath Vidheya| Details |

WINTER NIGHT

Cold Winter Night,
Mind's Shivering with Thoughts, but
Ink's Frozen.

Copyright © Harshath Vidheya | Year Posted 2017

Short December poem by Thomas Martin| Details |

Carolers

carolers
help my soul up
always
their songs reverberate
and loosen my skin

Copyright © Thomas Martin | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Jerry Iwu| Details |

A walk

Star lights fill the street
Roses petal raindrops kiss me 
Dancing in the wind

Copyright © Jerry Iwu | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Raul Moreno| Details |

Candles of Love

Candle flames. . .dancing,
On a frigid Winter night:
Sleeping wicks still smoke.

Copyright © Raul Moreno | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Lisa Denney| Details |

Hoarfrost

Dancing and sparkling,
Grasping the sun, the hoarfrost
Glimmers like diamonds.

Copyright © Lisa Denney | Year Posted 2014

Short December poem by Lisa Denney| Details |

Frosty Cold

Sharp, crisp, scent-filled air
Inundates the nose, winter
Smells of frosty cold.

Copyright © Lisa Denney | Year Posted 2014

Short December poem by George Tally| Details |

What a Long Strange Trip

What a long strange trip it is
And when it’s done
I’ll be here
But you will not

Copyright © George Tally | Year Posted 2016

Short December poem by Lilith Rodriguez| Details |

Winter

The soft snow falls down. 
The dark, cold evening cries out
A call in winter chill.

Copyright © Lilith Rodriguez | Year Posted 2014

Short December poem by Kellee Smith| Details |

SHORT AND SWEET

"baby u make me wana spread my wings and fly everytime u look me straight in 
the eyes "

Copyright © Kellee Smith | Year Posted 2014

Short December poem by jimmy mccurdie | Details |

Ayrshire

A beautiful day in Ayr
Because its so breezy and fair 
Chasing seagulls and sand in my hair

Copyright © jimmy mccurdie | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by JoanMarie Peranteau| Details |

Serenity

street lamps spotlighting the
dainty white crystals falling
night is still - streets glisten

Copyright © JoanMarie Peranteau | Year Posted 2014

Short December poem by Kiran Bantawa| Details |

Bare Tree

A bare tree stands with roots on both ends in December days.

Copyright © Kiran Bantawa | Year Posted 2013

Short December poem by Makoto Ogino| Details |

Winter - 2, Overtime work

Overtime working
Winter night is continuing
Tasks are remaining


15/Dec/2015
Fengleishanren.

Copyright © Makoto Ogino | Year Posted 2015

Short December poem by Cherie Durbin| Details |

Happy Christmas:A Greeting Card Poem

Have a Happy Christmas
filled with memories so sweet
and all the peppermint sticks
one little girl can eat!

Copyright © Cherie Durbin | Year Posted 2011