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The Most Breathtaking Seasonal Poems of Fall and Winter 2020

Jese Leos
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As the leaves start to dance to the ground and a chill fills the air, we find ourselves yearning for poems that reflect the unique beauty and emotions of the fall and winter seasons. These two seasons hold a special place in our hearts, as they encapsulate both the enchantment and the melancholy that comes with the changing of the year.

In this article, we bring you a curated collection of seasonal poems that perfectly capture the essence of fall and winter 2020. These poems have been carefully handpicked to evoke a range of emotions, from the coziness of a crackling fireplace to the breathtaking landscapes painted in frost.

The Fall Symphony

Listen closely to the gentle whispers of the wind as autumn settles in. The Fall Symphony is about to begin. As the leaves unfurl their vibrant hues and the air turns crisp, this season unveils a magical transformation that inspires poets from all corners of the world.

Seasonal Poems of Fall and Winter: (2020)
Seasonal Poems of Fall and Winter: (2020)
by Marguerite Kaye(Kindle Edition)

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Language : English
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Screen Reader : Supported
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A Mesmerizing Autumn Landscape With Golden Leaves And A Picturesque Lake Seasonal Poems Of Fall And Winter: (2020)

One of the most renowned fall poems of 2020 is "Autumn's Embrace" by Sarah Anderson. Anderson's eloquent words beautifully depict the warmth and nostalgia that accompany the vibrant colors of fall. With lines like "Leaves twirling in the wind, painting the sky with gold," readers are transported to a world painted in hues of red, orange, and yellow.

Winter's Whispers

As snowflakes start to fall delicately from the sky, the world undergoes a breathtaking transformation. Winter's arrival brings with it a sense of wonder and awe. The cold air invites us to bundle up by the fire, while the frost-covered landscapes beckon us to explore their sparkling beauty.

A Charming Winter Wonderland With Snow Covered Trees And A Cozy Cottage Seasonal Poems Of Fall And Winter: (2020)

"Snowflakes' Dance" by Emily Walker is a beautifully crafted piece that captures the spirit of winter entirely. The poem transports readers to a world where "snowflakes pirouette in the hushed moonlight," and every barren tree is adorned with a sparkling coat of snow. It reminds us of the quietude and serenity that can be found in the depths of winter.

Embracing the Seasons

As we bid farewell to the fading colors of fall and welcome the frosty landscapes of winter, it's important to appreciate the unique beauty that each season brings. The poems featured in this collection are a testament to the powerful emotions evoked by the changing of the seasons.

From the fiery beauty of fall to the pristine elegance of winter, these seasonal poems of 2020 invite us to reflect on the fleeting nature of time and to find solace in the ever-changing world around us.

So, as you curl up with a warm cup of cocoa and watch the snowfall outside your window, allow these poems to transport you into a world filled with the wonders of fall and winter. Let them be a comforting companion during the chilly nights and a reminder to embrace the magic of the changing seasons.

Enjoy the beauty of fall and winter with these stunning seasonal poems!

Seasonal Poems of Fall and Winter: (2020)
Seasonal Poems of Fall and Winter: (2020)
by Marguerite Kaye(Kindle Edition)

5 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 1412 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Print length : 52 pages
Lending : Enabled

The work that follows is a composition of two kinds of poems.

The first kind of poems have come from music. I started a Spotify radio based on a song I love called “Lost for Words.” I listened to the songs as I was working throughout the day and I found they brought me good spirits.
One afternoon, waiting for a friend at lunch, I found my fingers on a computer keyboard to Philip Glass’ Etude No. 2. I was in the word processor anyway, writing a report for a client, and with eyes closed, the music poured into words on the screen on new pages for me.

It’s become a fun game, playing the words to these piano songs.

A series of instrumental solos, each titled by the composer, with me as an accompanying orchestra member of words.
Each of the following poems was not created by me, but simply discovered. I have done my best to clear my mind and discover what each of these songs has to offer beneath their notes. To bring a written aspect to their aural tones is to aim to paint another dimension of the plane they already exist on. Hopefully I have done well enough in developing vision and dexterity through these “drills.”

The second kind of poems have come from a larger observation around a music that is less obvious. The changing of the seasons has become more tangible to me as I have spent more time in this world. There is a different energy with each of the weeks and months passing by us, before these cycles revisit us again.

Instead of seeking “optimal,” in my life or the world at large, I am increasingly fascinated with what the rhythm of these patterns looks and feels like. There is a kind of idea at large, in which, if one could identify the spirit of the time within its proper moment, there would be no “best” mood, but there would be a mood of the current moment, which could be seized and utilized for exactly what it was, no more and no less.

I do not yet completely understand these concepts yet myself, but I find them fascinating, and I find them important. I have tried to experiment and put to paper what I have found in the world so far. May it hopefully serve us all forward.

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