Wednesday, 7 December 2016
I watch the snowflakes dance diligently
Winter's graceful fire flies,
hovering around the lamp light's amber glow
adorned with wet,
Crimson cheeks and violet nose...
brushstrokes of the biting breeze,
leave a blushing
I look on,
as the fields are gently blanketed in a still...
Cars and roads,
in an alabaster,
I witness the trees trimmed,
in winter's bespoke gowns of spectacular,
An archaic scene of sublime winter wonder...
a vivid vision of awe...
my eyes will,
The wailing winds,
fill my ears as they echo
all around me
Crisp white snow
sings out its stark,
I watch as everything before me is iced in fine,
Coated in winter's ashen...
my first taste of winter's
© Debbie Razey 2016 both poem and image