December Snow

February 15, 2011
By anniers SILVER, Newton, Massachusetts
anniers SILVER, Newton, Massachusetts
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As darkness falls in early day
The stars of the heavens come guide the way
The ground sparkles with holy light
Superficial colors replaced by pure white
Nature's brides stand tall and strong
And the world echoes with a sweet, soft song
And opposites dance as lovers do
We hide ourselves, and yet start anew
And fire and ice are together at last
The blue-orange memories of lives in our past
Shockingly cold is the slap on our face
And warmth from within relaxes our pace
We start with a blank canvas beginning to see
That our world is a keyhole with more than one key


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on Mar. 20 2011 at 1:58 pm
ripvansprinkle, West Chester, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
"Smash the mirrors but avoid the pieces." - B. McNally

WOW! I really, really liked this poem! Please keep writing because I will keep reading!  The detail was delivered perfectly; I could see the scene described. Great work!

l.iney DIAMOND said...
on Mar. 20 2011 at 11:23 am
l.iney DIAMOND, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
100% of shots not taken won't go in. -Wayne Gretzky

Incredible. All of it the language description and detail is terrific Great Job!

on Mar. 19 2011 at 3:00 pm
noonemesswithme, Everett, Washington
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Favorite Quote:
“I just broke up with someone and the last thing she said to me was "You'll never find anyone like me again!" I'm thinking, "I should hope not! If I don't want you, why would I want someone like you."”

very beautiful love it

RainFever224 said...
on Mar. 19 2011 at 10:38 am
RainFever224, Cary, North Carolina
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love this poem


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