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Weather Poems | Examples of Weather Poetry

Weather Poems - Examples of all types of weather poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for weather.
Premium Member Seek Shelter
The wind weirdly winds around the schoolyard blacktop, children are playing mother elephant. Obeyance prevails in the game, ears tuned to warnings that peal in haunting cries—a siren's echo, a distant wail foretelling a growing murmur. Children halt, faces turn, unified, toward the...Read More
Categories: perspective, weather,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Harbors and Inlets
Along the waterfront where the piano keys play, A harbor of echoes, where notes gently sway. Keys like ripples in a tranquil bay, A melody of inlets, where echoes stay. Frequencies murmur with the ebb and flow, In the salty...Read More
Categories: weather, boat, color, earth, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Cold December Night
Lying in bed with blankets piled, body still furnace playing chicken never seems to kick on outside you can hear the winter wind howling and you don't want to face the cold night lying quietly you feel the cold...Read More
Categories: december, night, weather,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Freezing Snow
Up in the mountains The winter brings freezing snow The animals move downward ...Read More
Categories: weather, animal, death, environment, imagery,
Form: Haiku
Daisy Hates the Rain
My endeavour to change the weather is something i can never. My dog needs to pee, really needs a wee,looks at the rain n stares at me. I hope she understands that it's out of my hands....Read More
Categories: animal, dog, nature, weather,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member MIST a wordless VERSE
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Categories: weather,
Form: Imagism
Mixed Precipitation
Snowy, slushy mess, driving now a test, snowy, slushy mess, heart is in my chest, snowy, slushy mess, please be a quick guest, snowy, slushy mess, all snow would be best, snowy, slushy mess, sky, give it a rest! ‘cause this stuff is terrible....Read More
Categories: weather, endurance, imagery, light, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Strong Coffee and Onion Soup
Strong coffee and onion soup are what I need on this grey December day with an overcast sky and a mix of rain and sleet lacking the joie de vivre of either. ...Read More
Categories: weather,
Form: Free verse
Natural Snow Sonnet
It comes from the sky, white, powdery gifts, upsets may, but gets us vibrating, we call in from work, get cover for shifts, no way we are not participating. The lots are plowed roughly, but well enough, we see the...Read More
Categories: weather, imagery, light, seasons, snow,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member WEATHERED
Worn Expended Altered Tattered Harsh Empty Reduced Enduring Dilapidated ...Read More
Categories: weather, grave, house, image, natural
Form: Acrostic
Walking Through Autumn Winds
Leaf flies in the wind, Seems like a bird's silhouette. Coldness of autumn Overtaking my body As I walk down my own street....Read More
Categories: autumn, nature, weather, wind,
Form: Tanka
Drip drip go the icicles, Hanging from the frozen gutter, Plinking off the bicycles, Falling with a splutter. Blip blip go the icicles, Dripping from their glassy towers, Twinkling in their endless cycles, Melting in icy showers. Crik crik go the icicles, Freezing in...Read More
Categories: nature, snow, water, weather,
Form: Rhyme
Behold Nature
Trees painting the horizon a variety of shades of green. Streaks of white reflective light atop the rushing river. Wind blowing roaring waves with all of its blusterous might....Read More
Categories: weather, light, nature, river, sun,
Form: Sijo
Premium Member Soon Winter
Soon Winter Clouds Rounded mounds piled Ever higher and thicker Heavy, hang deep gray low — Threatening snow — If not tonight, then tomorrow — Over all here, upon this gurgling, burbling Creek, which sparkles rushing Downhill ...Read More
Categories: weather, imagery, light, river, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Storm Warning
There are softly spoken warnings muttered in trees, hurrying footsteps, windows being closed. It's headed this way. Be quick….hide. I fear that what is coming will find you and all those things that had moved so gently, so delicately through this lovely world only a...Read More
Categories: fear, loss, weather,
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Weather Poems

Definition | What is Weather in Poetry?