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Simile Snow Poems

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


Snowflakes
Watching the snowflakes 
Gently glide through the chilly air 
Watching the snowflakes 
Slowly combine and fall together 

This one snowflake flew into my hands
It melted...

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Categories: snow, conflict, love hurts, metaphor,



Snow
I think that I shall never know
A poem lovely as the snow

The snow that melts in the hot sun
And makes playing with it so fun

The...

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Categories: poems, simile, snow,

Premium Member Snowed In
Flaky snow just keeps falling;
As if I had been lonely and sad.
Did nature feel as if I was bawling?
Flaky snow just kept falling;
Surely, for snow,...

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Categories: snow, allegory, imagery, life, metaphor,

Premium Member Glacier, Nature's Sculptor
Glacier! Icy, cold,
hard. Diamond-like, it chisels
the frosty landscape....

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Categories: snow, extended metaphor, image, imagery,

Premium Member Naked Trees and Winter Snow
what freaks of nature
	they may seem to be—
	tall trees—aerial 
	bark skeletons
	of well-seasoned wood...
	well-seasoned wood
	piercing the skies...
	casting weird shadows
	across the terrain—
	their statuesque stillness...a
	poised assurance of the...

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Categories: snow, analogy, metaphor, nature, simile,



Premium Member Ice Flute
In the snow and ice,
a flute is played in the blizzard
by someone who makes tunes like a wizard
to tame the weather, in order to create...

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Categories: beautiful, imagery, simile, snow,

Premium Member Snow
Snow
At the
End of
February
Is like
A beacon
Of light
In the night
Impending 
Dawn...

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Categories: snow, appreciation, simile,

Premium Member When Snow Came To Waltz
When Snow Came To Waltz

Like animated dancing silhouettes
Stilled in time—
Caged on all sides by the chilling whiteness,
We waited in frozen
 Hope.

The sun had abandoned us,...

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Categories: snow, allegory, analogy, dance, imagery,


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