The sun isn’t even a pearl today—
its light diffused, strained gray
by winter haze—this the grayest
day so far, so when I enter the Wells
Fargo parking lot the last thing I expect
is to see the sun in the car next to mine.
I watch a woman make out with the sun,
and I’m jealous of
Many associate winter with the snow, cold weather, and longer days, but the season also brings with it popular holidays and the transition from the old year into the new. Browse our selection of poems about the winter season.
|2017||Snow White||Katherine Riegel|
|2017||Winter in the Rockies||Chelsea Dingman|
|2006||The 26th of December||Galway Kinnell|
|2018||No use to say||Wendy Chen|
|1921||Winter Branches||Margaret Widdemer|
|1917||The First Snow||Philip M. Raskin|