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Friday, March 8, 2013

Winter's End

Snow gently falls
Covering the trees
Like frosting on a cake
He stands tall and fierce
Against the harshness of winter
And the cold of being alone

Buried deep within the ground
The frozen earth protects the seeds
With memories of summer past
Summers of sunshine
When laughter fell like rain
At just the right moments

The sunrise promises spring
With its warmer days
And the newness of growth
He breathes in the life
That gives hope for tomorrow
And warms his tired bones

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  1. The snow is falling down, down,
    Down, down upon the town.

    Looking like white sugar flakes.
    Making houses look like cakes.

    Oh how I wish that I could eat
    All the cakes along the street.

    Written at about age 8.

    1. Such delightful, wonderful talent! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Love the poetry! Very nice in the imagery almost makes me like the snow but prefer to breathe in the warmth of spring!

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  4. That really is wonderful imagery. Thanks for reposting.