Winter’s Chill and Winter Dreams

shannonfarlouis By shannonfarlouis, 27th Jan 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Nature poetry, seasonal poetry, winter poetry. Poetry describing the winter season.

Winter’s Chill and Winter Dreams

Winter’s Chill

There is a slight chill in the air,

the clouds above are slightly fair,

and through them comes the dim glare,

of the sun.

Nature’s journey will soon begin,

to ride upon the winter wind.

In their homes squirrels hide within,

their young they protect and tend,

from the cold winter wind.

The mist of rain slowly falls,

far away a hoot owl calls.

On the ground little ants crawl,

making their long winter haul.

Tree branches are naked and bare,

not one bird will sit there.

Wildlife rushing to prepare,

the winter wind does not care.

Winter Dreams

It is time for those cozy winter dreams

Night sky bright with starlight gleams

High above the moonlight beams

Echoes of a hoot owl screams

As I snuggle in for those midnight dreams

Frosty windows and snow covered trees

Mountain tops waiting for those with skis

Cold winds blowing the winter breeze

And I’m snuggled in with cozy winter dreams


Air, Bare, Branches, Chill, Cold, Glare, Hoot Owl, Nature, Rain, Wind, Winter

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Shannon Lynn Farlouis is an online freelance writer for Yahoo Associated Content, Triond, Helium, Textbroker, PoetryPoem, ListMyFive, and more. She makes her home in Louisiana.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
28th Jan 2014 (#)

Lovely poem. Other species have to struggle more to survive and to protect their young ones - siva

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author avatar Clarence Schreiber
28th Jan 2014 (#)

I enjoyed reading your awesome poem. Thank you so much for sharing it.

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author avatar Ptrikha
21st May 2014 (#)

Vivid and stirring imagination- well written!

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