64 Winter Quotes

Be inspired by our collection of winter quotes. A season of the year some people love, while others hate. But winter can be full of beauty and fun and while the landscape can seem black and white let winter send splashes of color into your life by appreciating this time of year.

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  1. I'll try to endure winter's dark days, if summer returns here some day. Greta Zwaan, Summers Demise
    Poems About The Seasons



  2. That’s what winter is: an exercise in remembering how to still yourself then how to come pliantly back to life again. Ali Smith
    Poems About Life



  3. You set the boundaries of the earth, and you made both summer and winter. Psalm 74:17 (NLT)
    Christian Poems



  4. Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius. Pietro Aretino
    Inspirational Poems



  5. Winter invites white; white invites silence; silence invites peace. You see, there is so much peace in walking on the snow! Mehmet Murat ildan
    Quotes About The Snow



  6. Every gardener know that under the cloak of winter lies a miracle. Barbara Winkler
    Garden Poems



  7. If the world seems cool to you, Kindle fires to warm it! Let their comfort hide from you winters that deform it. Lucy Larcom, Do Something
    Poems About Hope



  8. The snowflakes are falling, the frost's in the air, but Christmas is coming, and what do we care! Helen Ekin Starrett, A Christmas Carol
    Christmas Poems



  9. Winter is for skiing and riding in a sleigh; Winter is for snow men; winter is for play.
  10. Winter is for skiing and riding in a sleigh; winter is for snow men; winter is for play. L. Olson, Winter
    Winter Poems For Kids



  11. Let Christmas - warmth keep winter out, and joy unbroken reign J. S. Ogilvie
    Christmas Verses



  12. You can't get too much winter in the winter. Robert Frost
    Fire and Ice Poem



  13. Just remember, during the winter, far beneath the bitter snow, that there’s a seed that with the sun’s love in the spring becomes a rose. Leanne Rimes
    Rose Poems



  14. Underneath the winter's snows the invisible hearts of flowers grow ripe for blossoming! T. B. Aldrich, Underneath
    Positive Poems



  15. How the bitter wind doth blow; and the winter's snow and rain patter on the window-pane Ann and Jane Taylor, Good Night!
    Short Baby Poems



  16. The snow reminded me of the beauty and mystery of creation, of the essential joy that is life. Orhan Pamuk
    Famous Poems About Life



  17. Now Nature, like a careless child, that, sweetly innocent, can view no shame in nakedness, disrobes, to sleep the long, dark winter through Author Unknown, Nature's Bedtime
    Nature Poems



  18. May you always have these blessings A soft breeze when summer comes, a warm fireside in winter
  19. May you always have these blessings a soft breeze when summer comes, a warm fireside in winter Irish Friendship Blessing
    Irish Blessings



  20. No night shall be in heaven ...no soul's eclipse, no winter of despair. Unknown, No Night Shall Be In Heaven
    Heaven Poems



  21. Whoever sees 'neath winter's field of snow the silent harvest of the future grow, God's power must know. Lizzie York Case, No Unbelief
    Poems About Faith



  22. Sometimes a winter sunset is a charm. William Cullen Bryant
    Sunset Quotes



  23. At the gateway of the winter now comes Thanksgiving tide. In the glory of its atmosphere, its pie and turkey pride Edward Sherwood Creamer, Thanksgiving Day
    Thanksgiving Poems



  24. Whoever sees ’neath winter’s fields of snow, the silent harvest of the future grow – God’s power must know. Elizabeth York Case, There Is No Unbelief
    Poems About Beliefs



  25. Springtime has her buds and blossoms, summer boasts of roses fair, autumn's pride is golden harvests, but of these can none compare with the glowing charms of Winter Elsie E. Egermeier, Winter Charms
    Poems About Night



  26. Winter brings the cold of February But remember it is only temporary.
  27. Winter brings the cold of February but remember it is only temporary. Catherine Pulsifer, Winter Is Back Again
    February Quotes



  28. A winter wind during a storm can make you feel thankful for the home you are in Catherine Pulsifer
    Poems About The Wind



  29. Throughout the different seasons of the year the leaves add a feeling of anticipation .... in the winter when they are gone we look forward to their return! Catherine Pulsifer
    Poems About Leaves



  30. In the winter time we go walking in the fields of snow..and our mothers always know, by the footprints in the snow, where it is the children go. James Stephens, White Fields
    Children's Christmas Poems



  31. You are summer to my winter heart. Gemma Troy
    Love Poems For Husband



  32. Yet all this cold God sends for good, He blesses nature's sleep, and thus prepares our daily food, by science true and deep. Caleb Davis Bradlee, Stern Winter
    Quotes About Nature



  33. And where the winter's snow shall lie. And where the wind shall whistle shrill, The vale shall bum with autumn's dye. And autumn's splendor light the hill.
  34. And where the winter's snow shall lie. And where the wind shall whistle shrill, the vale shall bum with autumn's dye. And autumn's splendor light the hill. Douglas Malloch
    Autumn Time



  35. This winter-tide as bravely as I may, patiently waiting for the bright spring day Edwin Arnold, A Ma Future
    Good Night Poems



  36. Night gathers round us how warm then the glow of the fire so bright, on the cold winter night Major Sigourney, Beautiful Snow
    Poems About Snowflakes



  37. Winter is past, sweet spring is come at last, is come at last. Christina Rossetti, An Easter Carol
    Easter Carol



  38. ...summer is o'er. And a faint, little whispering, eery and queer, brings news I am waiting to know, - the forces of Winter are marshalling near, Nixon Waterman, In The Firelight
    Wind In The Trees



  39. So with the stretch of the white road before me, shining snow crystals rainbowed by the sun.
    Amy Lowell, A Winter Ride



  40. The mist at dusk is risin' over valley, marsh an' fen - an' it's just as plain as sunshine, winter's comin' on again. Edgar A. Guest, October
    October Poems



  41. May sunlight cut through the harsh winter cold May God's love shine brightly in your common life
  42. May sunlight cut through the harsh winter cold - may God's love shine brightly in your common life Winter Irish Wedding Blessing
    Irish Wedding Blessing



  43. The wind o' the winter it breaks into bloom, and suddenly songs are sung in the gloom. Eugene Field, St. Valentines Day
    Famous Poems



  44. November reminds us winter is near - we are coming to the end of the year. Catherine Pulsifer, Months Of The Year
    Month Poems



  45. Christmas is a time of year amidst the harshness of winter's cold that warmth that gladdens the heart and soul rings loud. Byron Pulsifer
    A Christmas Carol



  46. In winter I get up at night and dress by yellow candle-light. Robert Louis Stevenson, Bed In Summer
    Summer Poems



  47. Joy is found in common things...winter's cosy firelight glow Unknown, Common Things
    Poems About Joy



  48. So when winter comes they [squirrels] don't eat crumbs
    They eat what they have stored then the summer comes they go and look for more. C Katt, The Squirrels
    Animal Poems For Kids



  49. I can tell you, one true thing, What good is winter, if there is no spring?
  50. I can tell you, one true thing, what good is winter, if there is no spring? Julie Hebert, What Good Is A
    Poems About Happiness



  51. One must maintain a little bit of summer, even in the middle of winter. Henry David Thoreau
    Quotes About Summer



  52. ...beauties of sunbeams are gorgeously revealed, in the ice on a bleak winter's day Mary C. Ryan
    Farewell! But When Roses



  53. I know the wintry cold will pass, the gray clouds change to blue Edgar A. Guest, One-Sided Faith
    My Garden



  54. Though wintry winds may moan without, the cheerful hearthstone about, we greet our friends with laugh and shout this joyful Christmas day, John Imrie, Joyful Yuletide
    Yuletide Poems



  55. A grasshopper sang merrily all summer. When winter came on, it almost perished with hunger. Anna M. Wiebalk, The Ants and the Grasshopper
    Grasshopper Poem



  56. Friendship is like a bird in the air, it flutters and flies, in summer it comes, in winter is gone, leaves desolate homes. W. J. Slater, True Friendship
    True Friendship Poems



  57. I want to be on the common way with its endless tramping feet, In the summer bright and winter gray, in the noonday sun and heat.
  58. I want to be on the common way with its endless tramping feet, In the summer bright and winter gray, in the noonday sun and heat. Silas H. Perkins, The Common Road
    Abundance Poem



  59. Winter...one of the bleakest months, with very little color. The world seems black and white in January but the birth of a January baby brings joy and color to this month. Catherine Pulsifer
    To A January Baby



  60. Winter is coming every drawer should be unlocked to-day: whom do you keep that clothing for? Why not give it away? Daniel C. Colesworthy, Winter Is Coming
    Give Every Day



  61. Therefore I bear this winter-tide as bravely as I may, patiently waiting for the bright spring day that Cometh with thee, dear. Edwin Arnold, A Ma Future
    Good Night Poems



  62. Winter can be a long season, but thankfully our memories of other seasons remain with us throughout the winter months.
  63. Winter can be a long season, but thankfully our memories of other seasons remain with us throughout the winter months.
    Later On



  64. Forgotten now the winter's snow, the summer's glaring sun. And heaven above and world below are mellowed into one. Douglas Malloch
    Thanksgiving



  65. A sunset sky, and the west wind sighing, a threat of winter . . . The wild gulls crying... The west wind's sighs are of love, not sorrow, and the sunset sky is the sign for tomorrow. Laura Lee Randall, Autumn Oracle
    Autumn Poems



  66. Kind words are such a blessing to the needful...To turn the sadness of a dark day's Winter into the glowing life and hope of Spring. John McLeod,
  67. Kind words are such a blessing to the needful...To turn the sadness of a dark day's Winter into the glowing life and hope of Spring. John McLeod, Kind Words
    Kindness Poem



  68. Sitting by my fire alone when the winds are rough and cold, and I feel myself grow old thinking of the summers flown. Alice Cary, Evening Pastimes
    Poems On Aging



  69. Out of the shadow of winter's long night. Earth comes in gladness to-day! Clad in the garments of spring-time and light, scattering doubt and dismay. Jennie Harrison, Victory
    Easter Poems



  70. Trees are changing color, orange, gold, and red. Leaves are tumbling downward, falling on my head. Winter's 'round the corner.
  71. Trees are changing color, orange, gold, and red. leaves are tumbling downward, falling on my head.
    Winter's 'round the corner. Glenys Nellist
    Thanksgiving Blessings



  72. The streamlets go singing and murmuring on, they seem to rejoice that the winter is gone Mary Snell, A Welcome To Spring
    Spring Poems



  73. Spring may fade an' Summer vanish. Autumn yield to Winter's sway. Nixon Waterman, An Autumnal Reverie
    Autumn Woods



  74. In the winter they're silent -the wind is so strong; what it says, I don't know, but it sings a loud song. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Answer to a Child's Question
    Poems About Birds
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