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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.
The wind picks up, the clouds roll in; A storm, real soon, may yet begin. The river roils, the birds steer clear, Confirming that it’s coming near. And still I sit, as others stroll, The day still firmly in control. The...Read More
Categories: weather,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Ski Day
skis on our shoulders slopes covered with fresh powder smiles on our faces ...Read More
Categories: weather, beautiful, friendship, fun, nature,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Raindrops Descend
Raindrops descend, puddles form, A stream engulfed, a river is born, A course is set, the sea to reach, Meandering ponderously to a far off beach. The sea reclaims its myriad young, Kidnapped by clouds, thunder-slung; The storm is long past...Read More
Categories: weather, analogy, imagery, nature, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Saskatchewan in a Nutshell : Celsius Edition
If you don’t like the weather, wait 5 minutes Why live in the prairies? We have our reasons At -50 you might say we hit our limits Few places in one day, do you see all 4 seasons Why...Read More
Categories: weather,
Form: Pantoum
Spiritual Weather To Let Go
I The rain came without rainbows She walked between the raindrops The sun, even in Fall, warms all over No crimson & gold leaves over tops Of local mountains, but fruit all Year! Be there clouds, mustard seed faith grows II The milder...Read More
Categories: weather, africa, bird, butterfly, courage,
Form: Free verse

The Fog April 8
The Fog Local Gems Note: one of my oldest poems was written in 1972 when I was 16. Revised as a cherita. The Fog The Fog The Fog Rolls in and in. And on forever Till...Read More
Categories: nature, weather,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Evil Tornado
This poem was written on May 3, 2022, When I heard the alerts for the next few days. From 4-6 May 2022, 8-10 Tornadoes, Hit Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas. There's the siren that sounds, That sends fear thru our...Read More
Categories: weather, anxiety, death, environment, heartbroken,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Twister JH15
hail storm tornado silence...Read More
Categories: weather, anxiety, loss, nature, rain,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member CHILL SPRING
solo i don’t know the words the bird sings they land gently on my ears paired up with the wind...Read More
Categories: bird, spring, weather,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Before The Storm
Before the storm The first in May Extremely warm Humidity lays Tornado/s form Bow down and pray Darkness does form The air does weigh Chances aren't norm Showers aren't stray Also hailstorms We are spared__Yea! A weather system that has been out west of...Read More
Categories: weather,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member comes forth the rain
comes forth the rain, riding a cloud bucking, straining, fighting the reins snorting, cavorting, brassy and loud comes forth the rain, riding a cloud rambunctious colt, kicks loose the drain landscape obscured, wrapped in a shroud water is sheeting, down...Read More
Categories: rain, storm, weather,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Shape-shifting
A werewolf can be a shape-shifter, I have never seen a werewolf drifter. You change just like the weather, are you good~bad~together I love you anyway and forever. Date Written: 5/5/2022 Note: Shape-shifting can be found in folklore, mythology and...Read More
Categories: friend, love, together, weather,
Form: Limerick
There is thunder and lightening over me; I can see the flashing There is thunder and lightening in the trees; I can see the flashing Oh, is it my God, my God talkin o-ver me; So much thunder So much more...Read More
Categories: weather, adventure, allusion, analogy, environment,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Farmer's Market
Deep dark clouds drift through my day Threatening rain showers typical of May, On the horizon I see sunshine coming my way Certainly, I hope so, for this coming Saturday. For it’s opening day at the Farmer’s Market I’ll drive...Read More
Categories: adventure, weather,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Meltering Sweltering
Meltering sweltering is just up ahead Sweat soaking sheets of our double bed Underarms are odorous Some parts are dangerous Don't light a match it might kill you dead ...Read More
Categories: weather,
Form: Limerick

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