Winter Verse Poems

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


Premium MemberHonoring You in Living Color by Rhoda Tripp
Kitchen counters alive; the vivid colors of red, green, purple and yellow glass jars. Your garden flourished.
.
Pickled beets mingle boiled eggs; a pretty periwinkle purple.
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Yellow...

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Categories: verse, mom, mother, mother daughter,

Premium MemberDepth of my pain by Heidi Sands
A simple phone call led to a plunge into suffering
Hyperventilating, from news of the sudden death of my friend
I gather my words and travel silently...

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Categories: verse, death, grief, loss, pain,



The Insignificance Of Man by matthew harris
Blunt deadly weapons of mass destruction
electrify, fracture, and
jeopardize Homo Sapiens
species (and entire biosphere)
continuity rent asunder

doomsday declared (nuclear winter
gallows humor spelt
with eternal snow day)
dystopian authors outflanked
nuclear...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 12th grade,

Shall I compare life to a game by Suzanna Sladojevic
Shall I compare life to a game?
Sometimes the coldness in life, 
Can tremble the bones,
Of brave men, 
And women,
Alike.

By chance some may see heaven,
To shine...

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Categories: adventure, games, happy, imagery,

Mountain Top by Nigel Chirwa
T'was golden
T'was white
T'was beauteous bright
A squickle
A squeak
All sounding so meek
Up in the mountain top
With dew hanging like ropes
As winter hangs about
Freezing all their snouts 
But...

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Categories: verse, animal, summer, sunshine, sweet,

Premium MemberBlack Scarf by Vermillion Scythe
It's been 30 years.
Wearing you since childhood,
we tasted many snowflakes,
saw many New Year ball drops,
and made countless snow angels.
You always dance when the wind blows.
You're...

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Categories: verse, adventure, fun, snow, winter,

Why the world spins around by Marcin Malek
Shyness of life courage of death
voice that rumbles inside your head 
and burdens like wormwood on weakened chest
or a spring bowl full of uneaten fruits...

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Categories: verse, war, winter,

Premium MemberThe Alaskan Pipeline by Dennis Spilchuk
The Alaskan Pipeline

1968 confirmed the year 
Of discovery by Humble Oil
To North America’s largest oil field,
On the North Slope of the Brooks Range,
A west to...

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Categories: education, environment, history, technology,

Five Newest Poems By Mario William Vitale by Mario Vitale
The Chosen
in a little while
then I shall be no more
with each tender mire
leaves across the floor,

leaves out on the parlor
coffee in the frig
a box filled...

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Categories: verse, anxiety,

MUSING by Tiffany Harvester
AS YOUR LIGHT STRETCHES
ACROSS MY WINTER SHADOW
I FEAR REALITY'S INTRUSION
ON MY ENCHANTED DREAM
I AM CONTENT TO WATCH
FROM AFAR
SO I HOLD YOU IN MY MIND
INTACT AMD...

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Categories: verse, crush,

She by Benjamin Toney
Bound by nothing that is common
To the ragged soul of man,
Nothing that causes the insistent pulse to quicken
Or the measured step to slow,
Her eyes divert...

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Categories: verse, nature, sea, spring, winter,

You will always be in my dreams by Rakshita Bansal
You ll live in this world
No matter if you aren t with me
You ll always be in my dreams 
In every desire of mine, in...

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Categories: verse, dream, heart, love, memory,

Premium MemberLate Winter Morning by Sunlite Wanter
Puffs of cotton blowing high,
Hiding, then revealing 
The warmth of the light,
Shadows across my face concealing
A late winter morning confused
By the finger of spring.

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Categories: allusion, seasons,

Citrus Tree by Todd Aguilar Jr.
From a seed to tree

from the soil to me

green little leaves

saplings grow wild

the citrus smell

growing strong

roots deep into earth

breaking the surface

mother earths birth

be bare in...

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Categories: verse, analogy, creation, earth, faith,

Premium MemberWolf Hunting by Vaughan Wesley
I heard a story once about people up north.
Where there’s long days and long winters
And the snow piles higher than houses.

They hunt wolves in winter,
Finding...

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Categories: verse, faith, inspirational, nature,

Rustic Relish by Poetic Flame


 Twitter comes from the shady tree
Where birdies have just nestled

And the tree slightly shakes its foliage
As the soft breath of wind is whispered

Down by...

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Categories: verse, nature, truth, wisdom,

Premium MemberAn Bee Cailleach by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
“Éagmais croí a dhíscaoileadh ar gach eagla.
Faoi dhíon taobh istigh de na blianta seo.
Fanacht i bhfianaise, a dhíscaoileadh ar gach eagla.
Ós rud é go ndearnadh...

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Categories: verse, fantasy, imagery, joy, life,

Premium MemberNewal by Stephe Watson
The season's new,
the day's light?  Old.

My weary eyes,
seeking cheeks,
first blur then blacken
these wisteria 'n lilac views.

Meditating falling to
slumber?
No matter.

Meditating or life
leaking?
No matter.

Nothing more to
see....

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Categories: verse, philosophy, seasons, spring, winter,

Premium MemberFleeing Winter Fox by Maurice Rigoler


A reddish streak
scurries through
a disintegrating world 
of blinding snow,
disappearing like
a sputtering flame....

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Categories: verse, animal,

Premium MemberGreen Pears by Maurice Rigoler


They come from Chile.
Each has a pale blush on its cheek
like a young girl’s.

It is the blush that holds my eye,
and I succumb.

I press my...

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Categories: verse, fruit,