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Winter Tritina Poems

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

Premium Member Love's whispered promise
I see your face before me as I weep
By water's edge, leaves swirling in the wind
Your touch I feel in this, my frozen hand

I reach...

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Categories: lost love, summer, water,

Premium Member Rattle In The Wind
Winter won't submit to the rains of Spring,
constantly feathering the ground with snow
it buries any green grass that dares show.

There are no signs Spring is...

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Categories: 10th grade, april, imagery,

Premium Member Winters White Lace Flakes in Its Grace

Magical  winter and truly prodigious place of grace.
Pleasant poetic pleasure with a trace of lace. 
Youthful eidetic memories chasing snow-white flakes.

Children engage in its...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, snow, winter,

The Ice Man
That Winter night, he slipped on ice
and, sobbing, lay there in the snow;
he feared he'd catch another cold.

He couldn't stand but felt so cold,
his hands...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: history,

Premium Member Not A Safe Time
Winter winds are blowing snow on the road 
and icy patches are making it slick,
sending cars careening into the ditch.

Tires spinning, cars find themselves in...

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Categories: 10th grade, anxiety, imagery,

Premium Member Time To Pause
Time To Pause

This dreary day, cold winter brings a storm;  
the snowflakes densely falling, fine and fast,     
with frenzied pace...

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Categories: inspiration, snow, storm,

Premium Member Flowers Of Blue and Red
Flowers of beauty bloom blue and red 
Finally, winter's gone, good-bye Old Man Winter 
Ahh...the new warmth begins 

In the birth of spring, new life...

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Categories: flower,

Premium Member Spring hopes
 Weary souls await the coming of  spring
When life is renewed and temperatures rise
They long for warmer days and skies of blue

 A ...

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: seasons,