Seasons Poems

Popular Seasons Poems
growing to winter
by Sarah A

i’ve always craved the sunshine

longing for winter to pass

and to feel

warmth radiating from within my skin

again


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Winter
by Julia Shaw

I dread the winter's coming on
The trees without their dressings
I fear the winter's dark, cold moan
Long shadows without blessings

Bare tree limbs are upward reaching
Where the sunlight ever fails
I hear the sound of great owls screeching
Trees look like witch”s fingernails


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Just August
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

The fields are bursting
and jaded trees await fate,
among crowding blooms.
Moonlit nights attract mauve dreams.
The lusty year has ripened.

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Sing
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

At the pink dawn, birds on a wing,
All nature in the glory of spring,
Autumn campfires under bright stars,
Thrilling summer sounds from guitars!

Hummingbirds in the Tuesday fields,
Whistling harvesters with the yield,
Christmas carolers in deep snow,
Gay cicadas with their rare show!


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The Frogs rise from the mud and Sing
by Tammy Darby

For the first time

Heralding a long-awaited approaching spring
Through newly budding bare branches and gray woods
Low growing violet early flowers defiant and pouting
Sat in purple repose

Velvet leaves veined hands soft emerald green
As wild saplings wild and unkempt battled the march come winds
The earth presented its gift of homage to the departing cold

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Recent Seasons Poems
A Dance for Two
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

A dance of two, dance of two, gold sun and moon,
Granting sunrises, inky midnights, and afternoon.
A dance of two, dance of two, ruby petals of June,
With successive, hued seasons, ever coming soon.
Gaiety in deep, powdery snow-pearly winter noon,
And everlasting, jade springtime-pretty bird tune.
A dance of two, dance of two, on fall skies maroon,
When vivid colors rain, and tousled flowers swoon.

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Just August
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

The fields are bursting
and jaded trees await fate,
among crowding blooms.
Moonlit nights attract mauve dreams.
The lusty year has ripened.

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Clocks
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Captivating ordinary lives with their hypnotic motions,
Leisurely moving on to eternity through cosmic oceans,
Oblivious colors go by, in the days and in rosy seasons,
Creamy moon and yellow sun, gives joy many reasons.
Kinetically charged, ancient time, with God on its side,
So silken and smooth flowing, like a molten gold slide.

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House in Yellow Daisies
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

The house in the yellow daisies,
is captivated by breezy graces,
near a meadow very green.

Bluebirds flutter by in summer,
scarlet berry bushes to plunder,
where nature is queen.

Gold stars flash all springtime,
when crickets call for nighttime,

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Silver Haze
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Bonfires of autumn
Smoke blends with silver moonlight
softly shimmering
under mahogany skies
as crystal stars all sparkle

Colorful leaves flew
down yesterdays of our lives
on fresh, cold breezes
Hues December remembers

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