Cold Poems - Poems For Cold

Poems about cold. You can read the best cold poems. Browse through all cold poems.


Good-Bye, And Keep Cold - Poem by Robert Frost

This saying good-bye on the edge of the dark
And cold to an orchard so young in the bark
Reminds me of all that can happen to harm
An orchard away at the end of the farm
All winter, cut off by a hill from the house.
I don't want it girdled by rabbit and mouse,
I don't want it dreamily nibbled for browse
By deer, and I don't want it budded by grouse.
(If certain it wouldn't be idle to call
I'd summon grouse, rabbit, and deer to the wall
And warn them away with a stick for a gun.)
I don't want it stirred by the heat of the sun.
(We made it secure against being, I hope,
By setting it out on a northerly slope.)
No orchard's the worse for the wintriest storm;
But one thing about it, it mustn't get warm.
"How often already you've had to be told,
Keep cold, young orchard. Good-bye and keep cold.
Dread fifty above more than fifty below."
I have to be gone for a season or so.
My business awhile is with different trees,
Less carefully nourished, less fruitful than these,
And such as is done to their wood with an axe--
Maples and birches and tamaracks.
I wish I could promise to lie in the night
And think of an orchard's arboreal plight
When slowly (and nobody comes with a light)
Its heart sinks lower under the sod.
But something has to be left to God.


Comments about Good-Bye, And Keep Cold by Robert Frost

  • Rookie Deepika Jegadeesanlal (1/12/2012 5:36:00 AM)

    I like His Words.
    But, It is differ from the actual Concept..... (Report) Reply

    5 person liked.
    9 person did not like.
  • Rookie Andrew Hoellering (6/23/2009 4:39:00 PM)

    Clearly the poet -farmer has planted the orchard; otherwise he wouldn't feel so close to it nor care for it as much as he does.
    It is unusual to say 'Goodbye and keep cold' to a group of trees, but it perfectly expresses Frost's interest in their survival.
    He does all he can to ensure this; the rest he states is up to God. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Wre Rabaca (11/19/2008 7:30:00 PM)

    This is a well written poem. It is always wonderful to read these poems, because they are so simple but yet brilliant. (Report) Reply

Read all 3 comments »

Poems About Cold

  1. 1. Good-Bye, And Keep Cold , Robert Frost
  2. 2. 'Tis True—they Shut Me In The Cold , Emily Dickinson
  3. 3. Too cold is this , Emily Dickinson
  4. 4. Hot And Cold , Roald Dahl
  5. 5. Common Cold , Ogden Nash
  6. 6. The Cold Night , William Carlos Williams
  7. 7. The Cold Heaven , William Butler Yeats
  8. 8. 381. Song—Fragment—No cold approach , Robert Burns
  9. 9. Cold Iron , Rudyard Kipling
  10. 10. Wash Of Cold River , Hilda Doolittle
  11. 11. O Dull Cold Northern Sky , Robert Louis Stevenson
  12. 12. The Cold Clear Spring At Nanyang , Li Po
  13. 13. After Prayers, Lie Cold , Clive Staples Lewis
  14. 14. When Coldness Wraps This Suffering Clay , George Gordon Byron
  15. 15. Cold Night: The Wild Duck , Matsuo Basho
  16. 16. Cold As It Was , Matsuo Basho
  17. 17. When Cold In The Earth , Thomas Moore
  18. 18. Lotus Hurt By The Cold , David Herbert Lawrence
  19. 19. Colder , Erica Jong
  20. 20. Through These Pale Cold Days , Isaac Rosenberg
  21. 21. When Cold December , Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
  22. 22. Upon A Wasp Chilled With Cold , Edward Taylor
  23. 23. Cold Morning , Eamon Grennan
  24. 24. The House Of Dust: Part 01: 01: The Sun .. , Conrad Potter Aiken
  25. 25. The House Of Dust: Part 01: 08: The Whit.. , Conrad Potter Aiken
  26. 26. The Cold , Erin Mouré
  27. 27. A Cold Rain Starting , Matsuo Basho
  28. 28. Cold Are The Crabs , Edward Lear
  29. 29. Cold-Blooded Creatures , Elinor Morton Wylie
  30. 30. Cold! , Leon Gellert
  31. 31. Dead In The Cold, A Song-Singing Thrush , Christina Georgina Rossetti
  32. 32. I Am Cold. Transparent Spring Dresses , Osip Emilevich Mandelstam
  33. 33. I Often Shiver With Cold , Osip Emilevich Mandelstam
  34. 34. January Cold Desolate , Christina Georgina Rossetti
  35. 35. Lines: The Cold Earth Slept Below , Percy Bysshe Shelley
  36. 36. Lines.—when This Heart Is Cold And Still , Louisa Stuart Costello
  37. 37. Massas in de Cold Ground , Stephen Collins Foster
  38. 38. Meditation On A Cold, Dark, And Rainy Ni.. , George Moses Horton
  39. 39. O You, Far Colder, Whiter , Torquato Tasso
  40. 40. Oh Say Not That My Heart Is Cold , Charles Wolfe
  41. 41. Out In The Cold , Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  42. 42. Pray To What Earth Does This Sweet Cold .. , Henry David Thoreau
  43. 43. South-Folk In Cold Country , Ezra Pound
  44. 44. To A Cold Beauty , Thomas Hood
  45. 45. Written In Germany, On One Of The Coldes.. , William Wordsworth
[Report Error]