Thursday, December 27, 2007

Poem Spark Dec. 24 - Jan. 7 - Winter Poems


Greetings fellow poets!

As you may have guessed, the passing of winter and the start of a new year are on my mind. And it seems that I'm not the only one thinking of this; the front page of Poets.org has the following banner:

Poems for Christmas

Poems for Winter

Poems for New Years


If you click on any of those links, it brings you to a plethora of choices. I can't pick all my favorites; there are so many holiday poems from which to choose. Robert Frost or Wallace Stevens? Tennyson or Hardy? The possibilities are endless.

For this spark, you have a choice: pick your favorite winter/holiday/new years poem and post the title and a link, or write your own poem in celebration (or dismay) of the season.

Have fun and Happy Holidays!


PS-I've decided: my favorite is Wallace Stevens' The Snow Man. Brilliant poem!

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3 comments:

Tiel Aisha Ansari said...

Wrote this one a while ago but I still like it--

Winter Wood

Mad Kane said...

I wrote this one a couple of weeks ago:
Weathering New York Weather

Christine Klocek-Lim said...

tiel, thanks for stopping by. Your poem is lovely, especially the imagery.

mad kane, thanks for the link. Your poem made me laugh!