Baby, it’s cold outside, but I have compiled a small collection of winter poetry for your literary pleasure! I invite you to put the kettle on, then sit down with your kids and a pot of tea in front of a roaring fire and indulge yourselves in the enchantment of winter. (Please click on the title or picture of the poet to read each poem.)
To Winter, by William Blake
Spellbound, by Emily Brontë
Winter Stores, by Charlotte Bronte
Winter, A Dirge, by Robert Burns
Frost At Midnight, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Sky Is Low, by Emily Dickinson
Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening, by Robert Frost
Winter in Durnover Field, by Thomas Hardy
In Drear-Nighted December, by John Keats
Snow-Flakes, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind, by William Shakespeare
Winter-Time, by Robert Louis Stephenson
Don’t forget to sign your kids (your tweens, teens, & yourself) up for my mixed media art workshop, Winter Wonderland. Click on the image for more info.
Alisha Gratehouse is an artist, art instructor, minister’s wife, and homeschooling mom of three. Her days are filled with creating, painting, writing, drinking lots of tea, laughing with (and at) her family, and spontaneously bursting forth into song. Alisha is the author of several books including, A Life That Flourishes.