Poem: Snowy Descent

12/19/2013 at 1:09 PM Leave a comment

Snowy Descent

by June Nash

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Trees glistening laced in white

Fills our senses with delight

Down from sky flakes softly drift

The sky grants this special gift

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First snow fall tends to amaze

Delightful glee on wintry days

Gazing at soft fluffy flakes

Start of Christmas spirit makes

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Skate in figure eights on ice

Laugh when falling once then twice

For hot cocoa come inside

Snuggling by the fireside

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While pure white snow gives delight

Old Jack Frost gives nasty bite

Wintry days are fraught with cold

As time winds on it gets old

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Shoveling for the 13th time

Scraping windshields swathed in rime

Feet slipping on patch of ice

Dreams of tropics sure sound nice

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Original poetry. Copyright 2012, June Nash

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