60 Poems About The Wind

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Do “windy days” inspire your students to write poetry? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Here, we have compiled a list of beautiful poems about the wind.

As teachers, it is our responsibility to provide our students with accessible material and contexts that they can relate to their own lives.

Ready for some inspiration? Let’s dive into these incredible poets’ masterpieces – all focused on the fascinating power of winds!

Related: For more, check out our article on Poems About Time  here.

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Table of Contents

Five Free Verse Poems About the Wind

Whispering Wind

In the quiet of the night, do you hear it?
The wind, a gentle murmur among the rustling leaves.
It tells stories, ancient tales of times long past,
A soft whisper in the ear of the world,
Unseen, yet deeply felt, a comforting presence,
In the ceaseless dance of life.

The Storyteller

The wind, a storyteller in its own right,
Carrying tales from distant lands over mountains and seas.
Each gust, a chapter, each breeze, a verse,
Of love, of loss, of joy, of despair,
A symphony of life played on nature’s grand stage.

The Wind’s Dance

Observe the wind’s dance, wild and free,
Twirling with the leaves, swirling in glee.
Invisible choreographer of nature’s ballet,
Weaving patterns in the air, in a whimsical array.
Unpredictable, uncontainable, a spirit untamed,
In its freedom, we find our own unconstrained.

The Wind’s Embrace

Feel the wind’s embrace, gentle and kind,
Caressing your face, troubles left behind.
A silent companion in solitude’s hours,
A soothing balm with healing powers.
In its gentle touch, find comfort and peace,
A reminder that life’s worries too shall cease.

The Wind’s Symphony

Listen to the wind’s symphony, a melody so divine,
Played on the instruments of nature, a harmony sublime.
Leaves rustling, branches swaying, in rhythm and rhyme,
A testament to the beauty of time.
In its music, find joy and solace,
A song of love, an eternal embrace.

Five Haiku Poems About the Wind

The Wind’s Tale

Whispers in the night,
Stories told by the soft wind,
History takes flight.

Messages on the Breeze

Gusts from lands afar,
Carrying tales on each breeze,
History’s memoir.

Dance of the Zephyr

Leaves twirl in the air,
Invisible dance of wind,
Past’s ballet affair.

Comforting Caress

Wind’s gentle caress,
Brings solace in solitude,
Historic distress less.

Symphony of the Gale

Nature’s orchestra,
Wind conducts the grand symphony,
History’s drama.

Limerick

Five Limerick Poems About the Wind

The Wind’s Whimsy

There once was a whimsical wind,
Whose tales were so beautifully penned.
It danced through the trees,
With an elegant ease,
And its stories seemed never to end.

The Gust’s Gusto

A gust with a gusto so rare,
Spread tales in the fresh open air.
It whirled and it twirled,
Unfolding a world,
Of histories hidden with care.

The Breeze’s Ballad

A soft-spoken breeze had a tale,
Its whispers would rise and then fall.
In its gentle refrain,
Lay history’s chain,
A rhythmic and riveting call.

The Zephyr’s Zeal

A zephyr with zeal took flight,
Recounting the day and the night.
Its history spun,
In the setting sun,
A spectacle of sheer delight.

The Gale’s Gallery

A gale painted pictures so grand,
Of times and of faraway land.
With each mighty blow,
The past began to glow,
A historical tapestry, so brilliantly planned.

Tanka

Five Tanka Poems About the Wind

The Wind’s Storybook

Have you heard the wind,
Whispering tales in the night?
Stories of old times,
Echoing through rustling leaves,
History’s voice, soft and bright.

The Gust’s Journey

Did you feel the gust,
Carrying tales from afar?
On its invisible wings,
Histories of distant lands,
Each breeze a memoir’s star.

Dance of the Zephyr

Have you seen the dance,
Of the zephyr with the leaves?
A ballet in mid-air,
Telling tales of yesteryears,
A past that never deceives.

The Gentle Breeze’s Embrace

Ever felt the touch,
Of a gentle breeze’s grace?
In its comforting hold,
Lies history untold,
Solace in its soft embrace.

The Gale’s Symphony

Do you hear the song,
Of the gale among the trees?
A symphony so grand,
Telling history of the land,
A melody carried on the breeze.

Sonnet

Five Sonnet Poems About the Wind

The Wind’s Whisper

In the still of night, have you heard the tale?
The wind’s whisper, a soft and gentle gale,
Recounting stories hidden in its flight,
Turning silence into a historic night.
It rustles leaves, dances through the trees,
Each gust a chapter, carried with ease.
A storyteller invisible, yet strong,
Its voice a soothing, rhythmic song.
Through its narrative, we connect and learn,
For history’s wheel continues to turn.
So next time the wind sings its melody,
Listen close to its symphony.
For in every breeze, in every whirl,
Lies a story, the wind’s precious pearl.

The Gust’s Journey

Have you felt the gust, so wild and free,
Carrying tales from land and sea?
A traveler unseen, yet felt by all,
Its stories held in each windfall.
From distant lands, it brings news,
Of past times, in its windy muse.
It whistles tales of yore and now,
Each gust a historical vow.
So when you feel the wind’s embrace,
Know it’s traveled a long race,
To bring you tales from far and wide,
History’s courier, in the air it bides.
For the wind, my friend, is not just air,
But a storyteller, beyond compare.

Dance of the Zephyr

Look! Do you see the zephyr’s dance,
With the leaves in a hypnotic trance?
A ballet in the air, so high,
Underneath the endless sky.
Each twirl, a moment from the past,
Each spin, a memory that will last.
The wind, a choreographer so fine,
Its dance, a historic timeline.
So when the wind begins to play,
Watch the leaves as they sway.
For in their dance, you’ll find a story,
Of times gone by, in all their glory.
The wind and leaves, in perfect harmony,
Dance to the rhythm of history.

The Gentle Breeze’s Embrace

Have you felt the breeze’s gentle touch,
Whispering tales of history’s clutch?
A comforting hold, soft and mild,
Telling stories, like a child.
It hums the past in your ear,
Each breath a tale, each sigh a year.
With every caress, it reveals,
History’s charm, which never conceals.
So when the breeze brushes your face,
In its touch, find history’s trace.
For in its gentle, soothing grace,
Lies a tale from another place.
The breeze, a silent historian,
Narrating the past, again and again.

The Gale’s Symphony

Do you hear the gale’s grand symphony,
Echoing through the valley, over the sea?
A musical note, riding the air,
Telling tales, beyond compare.
Each gust a note, each blow a chord,
Its song, a historic record.
The wind conducts with unseen hands,
Playing history’s grandstand.
So when the gale begins to sing,
Listen to the tales it brings.
For in its song, so loud and free,
Is history’s musical spree.
The gale, an orchestral maestro,
Plays the past, in its windblown show.

Villanelle Poem

Five Villanelle Poems About the Wind

The Wind’s Serenade

Have you heard the wind’s serenade?
Whispering tales in the night’s shade,
With its voice, history is made.

Through the trees, it gently wades,
Sharing stories that never fade,
Have you heard the wind’s serenade?

Its tales of old, so beautifully laid,
In its rhythm, history is displayed,
With its voice, history is made.

It speaks of times in sun and glade,
Of moments in time perfectly arrayed,
Have you heard the wind’s serenade?

The wind, a historian, masterfully played,
Its voice, a symphony perfectly weighed,
With its voice, history is made.

So listen close, don’t let it evade,
For in the wind, history is relayed,
Have you heard the wind’s serenade?
With its voice, history is made.

The Gust’s Chronicle

Do you feel the gust’s chronicle,
As it spins a tale, historical?
In its gusts, the past’s spectacle.

From lands far and mythical,
It carries tales, so categorical,
Do you feel the gust’s chronicle?

Each breeze, a page in its article,
In its journey, so astronomical,
In its gusts, the past’s spectacle.

It tells of times, so radical,
And moments, oh so magical,
Do you feel the gust’s chronicle?

The gust, a messenger, so practical,
Brings history, not just theoretical,
In its gusts, the past’s spectacle.

So when the gust begins to tickle,
Know it brings history, not fickle,
Do you feel the gust’s chronicle?
In its gusts, the past’s spectacle.

Dance of the Zephyr

Have you seen the zephyr’s dance,
In the air, it takes a stance,
Its steps, history’s romance.

With the leaves, it takes a chance,
In its twirls, the past’s glance,
Have you seen the zephyr’s dance?

Each whirl, a moment’s trance,
In its rhythm, history’s expanse,
Its steps, history’s romance.

It tells of times of lance and lance,
And moments of love’s first glance,
Have you seen the zephyr’s dance?

The zephyr, a dancer, in advance,
Brings history, not by chance,
Its steps, history’s romance.

So when you see the zephyr prance,
Know it brings history in abundance,
Have you seen the zephyr’s dance?
Its steps, history’s romance.

The Breeze’s Narrative

Can you hear the breeze’s narrative,
Its voice, so soft and declarative?
In its whispers, history’s prerogative.

It tells of times, so comparative,
And moments, oh so narrative,
Can you hear the breeze’s narrative?

Each sigh, a tale so illustrative,
In its breath, history’s derivative,
In its whispers, history’s prerogative.

It speaks of times of festive and active,
And moments of peace, so meditative,
Can you hear the breeze’s narrative?

The breeze, a historian, so creative,
Brings history, not just informative,
In its whispers, history’s prerogative.

So when the breeze begins to give,
Know it brings history, so narrative,
Can you hear the breeze’s narrative?
In its whispers, history’s prerogative.

The Gale’s Ballad

Do you know the gale’s ballad,
Its melody, so valid?
In its notes, history’s salad.

It sings of times, so pallid,
And moments, oh so solid,
Do you know the gale’s ballad?

Each gust, a verse so vivid,
In its song, history’s ballad,
In its notes, history’s salad.

It tells of times of war and plaid,
And moments of joy, so splendid,
Do you know the gale’s ballad?

The gale, a singer, so avid,
Brings history, not just candid,
In its notes, history’s salad.

So when the gale begins to add,
Know it brings history, not just a fad,
Do you know the gale’s ballad?
In its notes, history’s salad.

Ode

Five Ode Poems About the Wind

Ode to the Whispering Wind

Oh, have you heard the whispering wind?
It’s a storyteller, my friend,
Whispering tales in the quiet of the night,
Each gust an echo of history’s light.

It rustles through the trees with grace,
Each leaf a page from time’s embrace.
A gentle voice, soft and low,
Narrating stories of long ago.

So listen close, when the wind does speak,
For its voice carries tales unique.
Oh, whispering wind, we honor you,
For your stories, old and true.

Ode to the Traveling Gust

Have you felt the touch of the traveling gust?
Carrying tales, it’s a historian we trust,
From distant lands, it brings its lore,
Each breeze a message from times of yore.

It journeys far and wide, this gust,
To bring us tales, as it must.
A chronicler unseen, yet deeply felt,
In its presence, past and present melt.

So when you feel the gust’s embrace,
Know it has traveled through time and space.
Oh, traveling gust, we salute you,
For your stories, rich and true.

Ode to the Dancing Zephyr

Do you see the zephyr’s dance,
With the leaves in its trance?
A ballet in the sky, so free,
Each twirl a moment from history.

It dances with joy, this zephyr fair,
Its movements telling tales rare.
A dancer unseen, yet clearly seen,
In its dance, history’s scene.

So when you see the zephyr sway,
Know it dances history’s ballet.
Oh, dancing zephyr, we applaud you,
For your stories, vivid and true.

Ode to the Gentle Breeze

Have you noticed the gentle breeze’s touch,
With its tales that mean so much?
A comforting hold, soft and mild,
Each sigh a story, beautifully filed.

It caresses with care, this gentle breeze,
Its breath whispering histories.
A historian silent, yet deeply heard,
In its touch, history’s word.

So when you feel the breeze’s grace,
Know it whispers history’s trace.
Oh, gentle breeze, we cherish you,
For your stories, heartfelt and true.

Ode to the Singing Gale

Do you hear the gale’s grand song,
With its history, strong and long?
A symphony in the air, so wild,
Each note a tale, lovingly compiled.

It sings with power, this singing gale,
Its melody telling a historic tale.
A singer unseen, yet loudly heard,
In its song, history’s bird.

So when you hear the gale’s tune,
Know it sings of history’s moon.
Oh, singing gale, we celebrate you,
For your stories, resonant and true.

what is an acrostic poem

Five Acrostic Poems About The Wind

1. Whispers of the Wind

Wandering where it wills,
Hushed whispers among the hills,
Invisible, yet ever present,
Never silent, always persistent,
Dancing, twirling with a mind of its own.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

2. Invisible Dancer

Invisible dancer in the sky,
Never ceasing, never shy.
Delicate as a lullaby,
Invisible dancer in the sky.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

3. Nature’s Song

Never resting, never still,
Always singing atop the hill.
The wind, a song, a thrill,
Unseen, unheard, until
Revealed in nature's quill.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

4. Dancing on Air

Dancing on air, unseen,
Always there, yet never been.
Never quiet, never serene,
Constantly moving, a tireless machine,
Invisible dancer, queen.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

5. Silent Symphony

Silent symphony in the night,
Invisible conductor of kite,
Lifting leaves in gentle flight,
Eternal wanderer, out of sight,
Never seen, but felt in every bite.

By Dan Higgins, 2024
What Types Of Poetry Have Rhyming In?

Five Rhyming Poems About The Wind

1. The Wind’s Serenade

The wind, it dances, it does sway,
In the trees, in the night and day.
A silent serenade, a ballet,
An unseen artist at play.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

2. Whispers in the Breeze

Whispers in the breeze, so light,
Telling tales of day and night,
Of sun's warmth and moon's white light,
And stars that twinkle in the night.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

3. The Wind’s Journey

From the mountains high, to the valleys low,
Through the fields where wildflowers grow,
The wind, it has places to go,
A wandering spirit, with much to show.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

4. Dance of the Wind

The wind dances with the leaves,
In a ballet that never deceives.
A dance that weaves,
Between the eaves.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

5. Song of the Wind

The wind sings a song, soft and low,
A melody only the heart can know.
Through the trees, it does flow,
A symphony in every blow.

By Dan Higgins, 2024
What is an elegy

Five Elegy Poems About The Wind

1. Whispering Winds

Beneath the azure sky, so wide and high,

A soft sigh, the wind’s elegy does lie.

Carrying tales of distant lands,

Invisible artist painting with invisible hands.

Its voice, a melody sung in hushed tone,

In every corner, its presence known.

Yet, as swiftly as it comes, it goes,

Where to, nobody knows.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

2. The Wind’s Farewell

The wind, a traveler bold and free,

Roams where it will, over land and sea.

Its song, an elegy for what’s past,

Fleeting moments that didn’t last.

It whispers tales of love and loss,

A silent poet, chaos its gloss.

Its farewell, a gentle breeze,

Leaves rustling, hearts at ease.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

3. Solitude of the Breeze

The wind, an echo of solitude,

Its elegy, a tale of multitude.

It dances with the leaves, plays with the sea,

A lonely wanderer, forever free.

Its song, a sigh of longing, deep,

Awake while the world is asleep.

Its journey, endless, without a pause,

In its solitude, it finds its cause.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

4. The Silent Serenade

The wind, a silent serenade,

Its elegy, a symphony played.

It sings to the stars, whispers to the moon,

Its song, a melancholy tune.

Its touch, a caress, gentle and light,

Invisible wings, taking flight.

Its elegy, a testament to its grace,

The silent serenade, leaving no trace.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

5. The Wind’s Requiem

The wind, a mournful requiem,

Its elegy, a forgotten gem.

It carries the scent of the rose,

The chill of winter, the river that flows.

Its song, a lullaby to the night,

A soft murmur, taking flight.

Its requiem, a tale of the unseen,

The wind’s elegy, a love serene.

By Dan Higgins, 2024

Ten Love Poems About The Wind

1. Embrace of the Zephyr

The soft whisper of the zephyr in the night,

A gentle caress, a lover’s delight.

Invisible arms that hold me tight,

A dance with the wind, under the moonlight.

It sways with the trees, it stirs the sea,

An ethereal lover, wild and free.

By Dan Higgins 2024

2. Wind’s Serenade

The wind sings a serenade so sweet,

A melody that makes my heart beat.

It whispers tales of love and loss,

A symphony written by nature’s boss.

It hums with the leaves, it whistles through the reeds,

A musical lover, fulfilling my needs.

By Dan Higgins 2024

3. Love in the Gale

The gale roars with a fierce passion,

A wild love, in its own fashion.

It sweeps me off my feet, in a whirl,

A tumultuous love story begins to unfurl.

It howls with the storm, it screams with the rain,

A tempestuous lover, thriving in pain.

By Dan Higgins 2024

4. Breeze’s Gentle Kiss

The breeze gives a gentle kiss,

A tender moment, filled with bliss.

It carries the scent of a lover’s perfume,

In this dance, love is in bloom.

It rustles the grass, it ripples the lake,

A gentle lover, for no heart to break.

By Dan Higgins 2024

5. Whispering Wind

The wind whispers secrets in my ear,

Words of love only I can hear.

It tells me tales of love so grand,

Drawn in the sand by an unseen hand.

It murmurs with the brook, it sighs with the willow,

A secretive lover, my heart’s soft pillow.

By Dan Higgins 2024

6. Love’s Hurricane

A hurricane of love, wild and free,

Sweeps me up in a passionate spree.

It’s a storm of emotions, raw and pure,

A love like this, forever to endure.

It churns the ocean, it shakes the earth,

A volatile lover, proving my worth.

By Dan Higgins 2024

7. Wind’s Caress

The wind’s caress, soft and light,

Makes my soul take flight.

In its touch, I find my peace,

In its love, all sorrows cease.

It strokes the flowers, it brushes my cheek,

A tender lover, no words to speak.

By Dan Higgins 2024

8. Gust of Love

A gust of love, strong and true,

Cuts through the fog, brings in the view.

It’s a force that can’t be tamed,

A love so fierce, it can’t be named.

It sweeps the plains, it clears the sky,

A powerful lover, making spirits fly.

By Dan Higgins 2024

9. Wind’s Embrace

The wind’s embrace, warm and tight,

Gives comfort in the darkest night.

It’s a lover’s touch, unseen but felt,

A love so deep, it makes hearts melt.

It cradles the moon, it enfolds the stars,

A comforting lover, healing all scars.

By Dan Higgins 2024

10. Love’s Tornado

A tornado of love, fast and furious,

Leaves me breathless, leaves me curious.

It’s a whirlwind romance, wild and free,

A love like this, meant to be.

It twists the clouds, it bends the trees,

A passionate lover, doing as it pleases.

By Dan Higgins 2024

And there you have it, a gust of inspiring poems all about the wind! Each poem, whether it’s a sonnet, villanelle, or ode, carries with it a unique perspective on the wind’s mysterious power.

These poetic masterpieces capture the wind’s physical presence and its symbolic meaning in our lives. They explore the wind’s role as a storyteller, a dancer, a messenger, and a singer, making us realize that the wind is not just a natural phenomenon but a character full of history and tales.

So next time when a windy day inspires your students to pen their thoughts, why not turn to these poems for inspiration? They offer a wealth of imagery and emotion that can help your students find their own voice. Remember, every gust of wind carries a story, a dance, a song, or a message. The challenge lies in harnessing that inspiration and turning it into art.

We hope these poems have stirred some creative winds in your classroom. Happy reading, happy teaching, and happy writing! Like the wind, the world is full of stories waiting to be told.

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