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Winter Sonnet Poems

These Winter Sonnet poems are examples of Sonnet poems about Winter. These are the best examples of Sonnet Winter poems written by international poets.

Premium Member The Fault

Beyond, up from my house, not far away,
and stretched as wide across as I can see
from north to south -there ever on display -
are mountains...

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Categories: mountains,

Premium Member A Season's Face
There is a freshness in the morning air,
And in the sky is little sign of cloud,
Another winter to its fate has bowed,
As spring arrives to...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sonnet, appreciation, autumn, bird, flower,

Premium Member Sonnet LXXXI-LXXXIX

Day, and Night
by Michael R. Burch

The moon exposes pockmarked scars of craters;
her visage, veiled by willows, palely looms.
And we who rise each day to...

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Categories: dream, earth, flower, moon,

Premium Member Sonnets XLII-LI
Sonnets XLII-LI

by Michael R. Burch

Moonbeams on water?
the reflected light
of a halcyon star
now drowning in night...
So your memories are.

Footprints on beaches
now flooding with water;
the small, broken...

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Categories: bereavement, death, death of

Winter Storm
Winter Storm
By Joji Varghese Kuncheria
The tropical winter in Munnar hills, ?
Brings in due and mild mist every morning, ?
Brings out the coveted taste within us, ?
And thick fog...

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Categories: 12th grade, appreciation, beautiful,

Premium Member Sonnets XVII-XXIV

by Michael R. Burch

The meter I had sought to find, perplexed,
was ripped from books of "verse" that read like prose.
I found it in sheet...

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Categories: books, poems, poetry, poets,

I Like My Old Age To Be Mellow
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Thou art to soul as sleep is to my strife,
The cheeks look when no more rosy nor full,
Lips no more red, knees busy...

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Categories: age,

Premium Member The Fall Season
Summer is now fading and fall draws near
Chill in the morning and last thing at night
Leaves are dying out they'll soon disappear 
Before they go...

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Categories: autumn, seasons, weather,

Premium Member Seasons of Life

For some peace falls from veils of evening shade
As life moves ever slower t’ward night’s reign
But I choose calm when gentle morning rain

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Categories: seasons,

Premium Member Summers Heat
Summers Heat

Golden hills swelling beneath summer’s hand
Nurturing the seed planted by winter;
Dozing beneath sultry heat – hot sighs on land;
Rising-falling breaths – covenant shivers.

Round hills...

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Categories: life, summer,


When I first saw you in the early spring
Of our grand love affaire I instantly
Became aware of new life blossoming
Within my heart and knew...

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Categories: love, summer,

Premium Member A Bridge Across the Raging Sea
There was a time in life so long ago
when all my visions suddenly seemed dark;
the nighttime sky was void of moonlight’s glow,
and sunless winter days...

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Categories: forgiveness, friend, god, sin,

Premium Member The 59th Street Bridge Over Troubled Waters
On 59th Street, there's a bridge I know
where people, feeling groovy, go to walk.
The sounds of silence: troubled waters flow -
A homeless man cries out,...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lost love, water,

Endless Dream
I walk the trail, in hopes of reaching you,
As winter sheds her tears of crystal ice.
I rise above snow drifts, the trail to view,
But find...

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Categories: dream, imagery, romance,

Winter's Call
O, can you hear her? Yonder autumn days?
A siren's voice, as silent steps she takes?
Her nuanced hymn brings frosty morning haze,
And warns the trees to...

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Categories: beauty, seasons, snow, winter,