|I really love the poem and this is often how I feel about winter (although, then again, I do really love it). I love the half-rhyming scheme which gives it a lovely rhythm and enables me to easily read the poem without making it boring. I also really love the adjectives you use, especially "dark, dank weather"; "Dank" is a word a very rarely see used, so I especially loved that you didn't just stick to the stereotypical adjectives.
However, I do have a few suggestions:
In the final stanza (unfortunately, my least favourite section of the poem) I feel that you could have phrased things a bit better. "O winter will you last so long" might sound better as "Oh, winter why do you last so long?" or "Oh, winter, you who lasts so long,". Also, the final line "And spring would put on me it's kiss" might work better as "And spring would gift me it's sweet kiss" or something of those lines. Those lines feel clunky when compared to the elegance of the rest of the poem (perhaps you were so amazing for the rest that the mediocracy of the final lines stands out terribly)
Overall, a really wonderful poem with tones of humour and of sadness - a bittersweet mix which I really love! I could really put myself in the emotions of the speaker and really sympathised with them.
Keep Writing :)