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Wind Poems | Examples of Wind Poetry

Wind Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about the wind. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for wind.
Premium Member Fashionable Fall
Fashionable Fall flaunts her lustrous leaves, catwalks flowing flora with earnest ease. Haunting lullabies from the quaking trees cast chilling currents from mountain to keys. Dancing diamonds of glistening glow show skies with promise of soon-to-be snow. Sunrises and sunsets are...Read More
Categories: wind, autumn, environment, nature, seasons,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Tapestry
a tender breeze blows through my wandering mind as a song plays upon the dawn ...... a gathering of swirling leaves pirouette as they bow toward the dew covered ground In a spectacular ballet of Autumns colored dream a misty...Read More
Categories: wind, autumn, beautiful, music, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hang Gliding
A day at the cliffs, dancing with wind shifts. There’s nothing like this, a day of pure bliss. Safety must come first, to avoid the hearse. Helmet for your head, harness or you’re dead With glider in hand, it’s...Read More
Categories: wind, adventure, beauty, emotions, flying,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Leaves
the colorful leaves wind blown over the small pond those that fall in, float ...Read More
Categories: wind, beauty, change, nature, seasons,
Form: Haiku
The Last Leaf
The leaves begin to change their hue and fall, The tree's look like skeletons all spindly and tall. We run through the piled leaves, kicking them up like a cloud, The chidren all excited yelling out so loud. The...Read More
Categories: wind, autumn, beauty, childhood, seasons,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Dust Devil
It was a still day on the plains. Then all of a sudden the rains came followed by hot sunshine we sat and slowly sipped wine Then the wind blew dust devils that caused lots of grave perils up rooting trees...Read More
Categories: wind,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wind Tossed Memory
Written: September 22, 2023 Bite Size Poem No.72 Poetry Contest Sponsored by: Line Gauthier ______________________________________________________________ A realm of echoes, as olden and topical cascade Lacking them tears my heart...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, memory, wind,
Form: Rhyme
On empty beach no extemporary friend just a wandering wind...Read More
Categories: wind, allusion, analogy, appreciation, friend,
Form: Haiku
Autumns Arrival
Summer shakes hands with Autumn and says goodbye The trees sway in the wind the leaves begin to fly A multitude of colours blending together Announcing the arrival of a change in weather The rain begins to spill from...Read More
Categories: nature, rain, weather, wind,
Form: Rhyme
Lorca Translations II
Lorca Translations II Canción del jinete (“Song of the Rider”) by Federico Garcia Lorca translation by Michael R. Burch Cordoba. Distant and lone. Black pony, big moon, olives in my saddlebag. Although my pony knows the way, I never will reach Cordoba. High plains,...Read More
Categories: wind, death, love, moon, spanish,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Beaten by Wind and Rain
The wind persisted in blowing me about, whipping the willow branches with its beat. It continuously raged, a tempest storm, a force of nature that never bows in defeat. Now, its companion has soaked me through Rain has chilled me...Read More
Categories: rain, storm, wind,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Harry's Day in Court
Harry finally had his day in court So he wore a dark suitcoat to comport But he let go a fart Tore the courtroom apart ...Read More
Categories: clothes, giggle, wind,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Farewell to Summer
Fading blossoms drooping low in abeyance Arouse Summer’s suspicions that now Autumn Races forward, seeking Summer’s abdication. Even as the birds plan their migration south, Willful Summer scoffs as she stifles the wind, Eventually losing to the tug of...Read More
Categories: wind, autumn, bird, goodbye, rain,
Form: Acrostic
It's alive, don't you see the very air around you breathe - Breathe in, breathe out like the tornadic wind that turns about; You cannot harness it nor reign it in revolving within this earthly spin; its images...Read More
Categories: earth, environment, life, wind,
Form: Personification
Premium Member EARTH
Oh, strip me naked Bare my soul….reshape me Torch my very spirit. Sate my ashen fields With riotous rivulets Seduce my arid beauty Entice my dormant life To bloom, to dance upon Dawn’s fickle wind. ...Read More
Categories: earth, fire, life, wind,
Form: Personification

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