I cannot but remember
When the year grows old—
How she disliked the cold!
She used to watch the swallows
Go down across the sky,
And turn from the window
With a little sharp sigh.
And often when the brown leaves
Were brittle on the
Browse the list below for poems about the winter season.
|1916||A January Dandelion||George Marion McClellan|
|1916||An Old Man's Winter Night||Robert Frost|
|1906||Winter||Walter De La Mare|
|1900||The Darkling Thrush||Thomas Hardy|
|1896||Winter Sleep||Edith Matilda Thomas|
|1888||Winter Heavens||George Meredith|
|1886||January||Helen Hunt Jackson|
|1886||Winter is good - his Hoar Delights (1316)||Emily Dickinson|
|1885||Winter-Time||Robert Louis Stevenson|