Winter Poems

Winter Poems from famous poets and best beautiful poems to feel good. Best winter poems ever written. Read all poems about winter.

Winter In Durnover Field

Scene.--A wide stretch of fallow ground recently sown with wheat, and
frozen to iron hardness. Three large birds walking about thereon,
and wistfully eyeing the surface. Wind keen from north-east: sky a
dull grey.

(Triolet)

Rook.--Throughout the field I find no grain;
   The cruel frost encrusts the cornland!
Starling.--Aye: patient pecking now is vain
   Throughout the field, I find . . .
Rook.--No grain!
Pigeon.--Nor will be, comrade, till it rain,
   Or genial thawings loose the lorn land
   Throughout the field.
Rook.--I find no grain:
   The cruel frost encrusts the cornland!

Snow, rain, cold weather, hard ground... yes, it’s winter, the favorite season for many people, and inspiration to many poets and writers. The poetry library contains a lot of famous poems about the beauty of winter written by very famous and popular poets, such as;"Birches" by Robert Frost,"February Twilight" by Sara Teasdale, and "Winter Love" by Linda Gregg.

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