Spring Poems

Popular Spring Poems
by Lady Mary Wortle Montagu

Written January 1718 in the Chiosk at Pera, overlooking Constantinople
Give me Great God (said I) a Little Farm
in Summer shady, & in Winter warm
where a cool spring gives birth to a clear brook
by Nature slideing down a mossy Rock
Not artfully in Leaden Pipes convey'd
Or greatly falling in a forc'd Cascade
Pure & unsully'd winding throu' ye Shade.
All bounteous Heaven has added to my Praier
a softer Climate and a purer Air.


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by Wilfred Owen


1 Our brains ache, in the merciless iced east winds that knife us ...
2 Wearied we keep awake because the night is silent ...
3 Low drooping flares confuse our memory of the salient ...
4 Worried by silence, sentries whisper, curious, nervous,
5 But nothing happens.

6 Watching, we hear the mad gusts tugging on the wire.
7 Like twitching agonies of men among its brambles.


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With a May-Basket for Baby Agnes
by Evaleen Stein

Peach-buds to meet thee,
Robins to greet thee,
Hey, little Sweetheart! and May morning, hey!
Sunbeam and sing time,
Bluebird and wing time,
This time is kiss time for sweethearts, I say!

Dearest, God bless thee,
Fold and caress thee,
Unto thy cradle may good fairies fly!


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Mending Wall
by Robert Frost

Something there is that doesn't love a wall,
That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it,
And spills the upper boulders in the sun;
And makes gaps even two can pass abreast.
The work of hunters is another thing:
I have come after them and made repair
Where they have left not one stone on a stone,
But they would have the rabbit out of hiding,
To please the yelping dogs. The gaps I mean,
No one has seen them made or heard them made,


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Song Of The Guitar.
by Bai Juyi

In the tenth year of Yuanhe I was banished and demoted to be assistant official in Jiujiang. In the summer of the next year I was seeing a friend leave Penpu and heard in the midnight from a neighbouring boat a guitar played in the manner of the capital. Upon inquiry, I found that the player had formerly been a dancing-girl there and in her maturity had been married to a merchant. I invited her to my boat to have her play for us. She told me her story, heyday and then unhappiness. Since my departure from the capital I had not felt sad; but that night, after I left her, I began to realize my banishment. And I wrote this long poem -- six hundred and twelve characters.

I was bidding a guest farewell, at night on the Xunyang River,
Where maple-leaves and full-grown rushes rustled in the autumn.
I, the host, had dismounted, my guest had boarded his boat,
And we raised our cups and wished to drink-but, alas, there was no music.
For all we had drunk we felt no joy and were parting from each other,
When the river widened mysteriously toward the full moon --
We had heard a sudden sound, a guitar across the water.
Host forgot to turn back home, and guest to go his way.


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Recent Spring Poems
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

pure buds everywhere
it's the first of sunny spring
March holds its fresh breath

keen for wild soon days
when gold sun passes the stars
and hues light the hours

expectancy lust
striking beauties are coming


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Fresh as May
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was born in everlasting springtime, as happenstance often does to others,
Like natural green halls wherein joy sings, to its wilder sisters and brothers.

I was situated in mellowed sunshine, like a colorful ship on the bronzed sea,
With innumerable blooms to catch the breezes, in a beautiful world carefree.

My indelible name is Honeysuckle, for my transitory scent spreads for miles,
Awakening warm hearts to springtime, and bringing on the delicious smiles!

I was robustly healthy and happy, in my prominent place by the porch stair,


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Magnolia Days
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

delight of jade spring
pink perfumed mass profusion
sunbathing bronzed blooms

cardinal sings loud
from his perch next to blue sky

floral flamboyance
drawing the world's attention


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The Wednesday Wind
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

rosy redbird skies
wednesday wind tosses tulips
plump pink peonies

days greener than green
wren visits my windowsill
magnolia scents

springtime's come again
with the snapdragon fridays


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Hyacinths and Daffodils
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Sleeping beauty has reawakened, and it is springtime again,
So like the younger days, when you skipped with Madeleine.
Purple hyacinths and daffodils, are fragrant in the meadows,
And the bush near the house, is colored with burgundy rose!

Wild hyacinths and dewy daffodils, usher in the sassy season,
Giving secret joy to many hearts, within the blooming region.
Birds sing in chartreuse fields, from morning until glitzy night,
When a day's flamenco dancers, are the rapture of moonlight!

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Popular Famous Poets about Spring
  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (47 poems about Spring)
    28 August 1749 – 22 March 1832 / Frankfurt am Main
  • Friedrich Schiller
    Friedrich Schiller (33 poems about Spring)
    10 November 1759 – 9 May 1805 / Marbach, Württemberg
  • Robert Herrick
    Robert Herrick (29 poems about Spring)
    1591-1674 / London / England
  • Robert Burns
    Robert Burns (21 poems about Spring)
    1759-1796 / Ayrshire / Scotland
  • Li Po
    Li Po (15 poems about Spring)
    701-762 / Chu / Kazakhstan
  • Alfred Edward Housman
    Alfred Edward Housman (14 poems about Spring)
    26 March 1859 – 30 April 1936 / Worcestershire
  • Phillis Wheatley
    Phillis Wheatley (13 poems about Spring)
    1753 – 5 December 1784 / Gambia
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins
    Gerard Manley Hopkins (12 poems about Spring)
    28 July 1844 – 8 June 1889 / Stratford, Essex
  •  Lucretius
    Lucretius (12 poems about Spring)
    Character of the Atoms] (99 BC - 55 BC
  • Evaleen Stein
    Evaleen Stein (11 poems about Spring)
    1863-1923 / Lafayette, Indiana
Popular Poets about Spring From Members
  • Daniel Anthony
    Daniel Anthony (2 poems about Spring)
    October 14, 1952 -- Chicago
  • Lord Antony
    Lord Antony (1 poems about Spring)
    Poet, at least I think so
  • Tom Beauge
    Tom Beauge (1 poem about Spring)
    April 24, 2000 - Paris
  • Bhawana Yadav
    Bhawana Yadav (1 poem about Spring)
    November 4, 1997, India