Snow poems for a Spring day


On a snowy day, when tree limbs thicken and shrubs bend double in our garden, there is nothing to do but stop and listen. Here are two great snow poems from the Poetry Archive

They both capture different aspects of snow in suburban settings.

The first ‘Nobody’ is by Michael Laskey and the second is ‘Snow’ by Robert Hull. Have a listen.



  1. The website is equally wonderful for those who read poetry for pleasure sake and also for those who study it as a part of their academics.


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