Winter Poems

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You can feel the cold nipping at you in these Winter Poems even though a fire may be nearby. Bare trees, mean clouds, windy scenes – yet you may find beauty in a snowy woods or have your mood lifted by the song of a bird.

Winter Choices

Bare trees – Evergreen beauty
Icy sidewalks – Icicle splendor
Bone-chilling wind – Fireplace warmth
Gray days – Snowflake magic
Snowy roads – Cross-country skiing
Living in the North – do we…
Frown – Smile?

~ Evamay

Poems I

- Winter Scene by A.R. Ammons

- ARCADIAN WINTER by Willa Cather

- The Sky is low - the Clouds are mean by Emily Dickinson

- Seasonal Poems by Raymond Foss

- The Snow-Storm by Robert Francis

- A Winter Eden by Robert Frost

- An Old Man's Winter Night by Robert Frost

- Dust of Snow by Robert Frost

- Looking For a Sunset Bird in Winter by Robert Frost

- Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost


Poems II

- Those Winter Sundays by Robert Hayden

- Eden in Winter by Nicholas Vachel Lindsay

- Snow-Flakes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

- Woods in Winter by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

- A Winter Ride by Amy Lowell

- Winter Complaint by Ogden Nash

- A Spell before Winter by Howard Nemerov


Poems III

- Winter Remembered by John Crowe Ransom

- January by John Updike

- To a Locomotive in Winter by Walt Whitman

- January by William Carlos Williams

- Winter Trees by William Carlos Williams

- Approach Of Winter by William Carlos Williams

- Winter Sleep by Elinor Wylie

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