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.
I'll try to endure winter's dark days,
if summer returns here some day.
Greta Zwaan, Summers Demise
Poems About The Seasons
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
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
Underneath the winter's snows the invisible hearts of flowers grow ripe for blossoming!
T. B. Aldrich, Underneath
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
May you always have these blessings a soft breeze when summer comes, a warm fireside in winter
Irish Friendship Blessing
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
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
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
Winter brings the cold of February but remember it is only temporary.
Catherine Pulsifer, Winter Is Back Again
A winter wind during a storm can make you feel thankful for the home you are in
Poems About The Wind
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!
Poems About Leaves
A grasshopper sang merrily all summer. When winter came on, it almost perished with hunger.
Anna M. Wiebalk, The Ants and the Grasshopper
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
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
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
Winter can be a long season, but thankfully our memories of other seasons remain with us throughout the winter months.
Forgotten now the winter's snow, the summer's glaring sun.
And heaven above and world below are mellowed into one.
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
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
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
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
Trees are changing color, orange, gold, and red. leaves are tumbling downward, falling on my head.
Winter's 'round the corner.
The streamlets go singing and murmuring on, they seem to rejoice that the winter is gone
Mary Snell, A Welcome To Spring
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