Tag Archives: seasonal poems

Summer Joys

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Tree hearts
Tree stars
Climbing trees
Riding in toy cars

Summer shade
Summer sunshine
Summer heat
Summer smells

The joys of childhood
Summer walks

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Flowering Trees

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Flowers fall,
Leaves begin to bud.
Flowers made fewer,
Flowers made prettier.

Shine Through Rainbow

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This poem was inspired by both a nature walk and this song, which I grew up with: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjik9U_Qo_8&list=FLatVCmt7mZBWS3bBb1-BnIA&index=1

Nooks of darkness
Nooks of light,
Among the leafy trees.

Soon light
Shine through rainbow,
Shine through rainbow,
Says the darkness,
“Shine through rainbow, too.”

Less light,
Less rainbow,
Light and darkness
Hidden no more.

Late Summer

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I smell pine
And cooling air
I hear the bugs’ trilling,
Quieting down.
Summer is coming to a close.

Waiting

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Green points in garden
Shiny leaves, bright stems peak out
Flowers wait to bloom.

Waiting For Spring Buds

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Trees, outnumbered by
Evergreens,
Wait for buds.
Buds on one tree,
Buds on shrubs.

Please come soon, friend!
Where are you?
I’m waiting for my bud,
Too.

Winter Wind and Me

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Whistling wind
Blows me down,
Sweeps me up,
Right off the ground.

Cold winter wind is racing me,
I laugh,
Drink it up,
It refreshes me.

Together we sway,
Every which way.